Thrashings off Arsenal and Roy Hodgson’s Palace exit have sent Vincent Kompany and David Moyes right to the top of the list you don’t want to be top of.
Alan Shearer still thinks Man City have the edge of Liverpool and Arsenal in the Premier League title race after their 1-0 victory over Bournemouth.
Erik ten Hag has been labelled ‘a fraud’ after Man Utd lost 2-1 to Fulham, while the Red Devils have been ‘lucky’ to have the Glazers as owners…
Whether Xabi Alonso leaves or not, Bayer Leverkusen look set to be gutted this summer. We’ve divvied out their players and staff to Premier League clubs…
Arsenal produced one of the best Premier League halves in recent memory to bully Newcastle. Vindication for Mikel Arteta, but embarrassing for Eddie Howe.
Arsenal kept the pace in the Premier League title race with a stunning victory over Newcastle at the Emirates to stay within two points of leaders Liverpool.
No Premier League club has received more manager bookings than Nottingham Forest this season, hence Mark Clattenburg. Mikel Arteta finally has competition.
Mikel Arteta admits his side don’t have a ‘nasty’ streak and accepts the dark arts aren’t in Arsenal’s nature. But he’s working on it…
The Mailbox bemoans the fact that Manchester United are being held to a higher standard than everyone else over the prospect of a return for Mason Greenwood…
Chelsea remain keen to offer Aaron Ramsdale an escape route from the Arsenal bench, while Manchester United are linked with a defender from Serie A and a La Liga-based midfielder…
Barcelona are open to selling Arsenal and Tottenham target Raphinha to fund a move for Bayern Munich left-back Alphonso Davies, according to reports.
The Carabao Cup final means there are only eight Premier League games this weekend. Not to worry, Robbie Savage still has enough to work with, folks.
The Mailbox disputes the theory that Bayern Munich would be a better career move for Xabi Alonso than Liverpool. Also: Man Utd are back; and stick your red flags where ...
The Carabao Cup final pits inconsistent Chelsea against a Liverpool squad down to the bare bones. Also in a Big Weekend: Arsenal need to get back in their stride…
According to reports, Manchester United could join the race to sign Wolves standout Pedro Neto, who is being linked with Arsenal and Liverpool.
Paul Merson has warned Newcastle United that they could get “destroyed” by Arsenal when they face off at the Emirates this weekend.
Even if they are talking again, Kylian Mbappe remains a problem for PSG with his contract due to expire in just a few months. Here are 19 other stars in ...
Liverpool are building a Premier League title challenge on the back of points won from behind, but they have a way to go to reach the all-time record.
Did Sir Jim Ratcliffe vow to knock Liverpool and Manchester City off their perches? Did he balls. And Jurgen Klopp never said those things either.
Arsenal legend Thierry Henry thinks the Gunners’ “last five games away from home will decide” the Premier League title race for his former side.
Porto manager Sergio Conceicao has hit back at Mikel Arteta after the Arsenal boss criticised their negative tactics in the Champions League on Wednesday.
Gunners legend Thierry Henry has challenged Arsenal and Chelsea-linked Napoli striker Victor Osimhen to move to the Premier League.
Thierry Henry has criticised David Raya and Gabriel Martinelli for their role in Arsenal’s defeat to Porto in the Champions League.
Liverpool fans take great delight in beating Luton – whose best XI is valued at less than the cost of Virgil van Dijk – while Thomas Frank is pinned as ...
Turns out Alejandro Garnacho isn’t all he’s cracked up to be while a Newcastle teen is also a bad luck charm. Here’s every club’s worst PPG performer.
Manchester United created the third-most Big Chances in the Premier League last season. This term, it’s a woefully different story.
Guglielmo Vicario has been a hell of a signing for Spurs, while Emiliano Martinez has been showing his class.
“We really dominated the game but we lacked purpose, especially in the first half.” Mikel Arteta wasn’t impressed with Arsenal’s performance at Porto.
A mature Arsenal performance on the road in a Champions League last-16 first leg became a tentative showing after Galeno’s last-gasp wonder goal for Porto.
Arsenal’s hopes of reaching the Champions League quarter-finals for the first time in 14 years suffered a blow as they slipped to a late defeat at Porto.