So Liverpool are either facing no title competition or will finish third...
Is Jurgen Klopp 'cracking up'? The Mail ask the question. Plus, some other media nonsense.
'Nothing has changed. To tell fans otherwise is not correct.' Yet you've been spouting for three months...
Raheem Sterling warned us and The Sun took offence. Plus Gareth Southgate 'needed to be harsh'.
Jadon Sancho cannot possibly turn Manchester United down now. Plus The Sun have…
Fans returning will be 'just like a new signing' for Liverpool. Which is handy when they won't make any.
How did Man United pull this off (apart from offering the asking price)?
United are STILL not giving up on Sancho. And 'Liverpool news and transfers LIVE - Luis Suarez agrees terms'
That might seem obvious to you, Mediawatch and all but one of the world's inhabitants. Poor Stan.
Chelsea have had a 'nightmare' despite signing all those players...
Harry Maguire and Lionel Messi dominate the media and so Mediawatch.
Harry Maguire is only actually guilty of two things: 'folly' and believing 'he can have a normal night out'.
Raheem Sterling needed a test (like everyone else) and Harry Maguire is guilty of one thing...
Harry Maguire is basically a hero. And who thinks Kevin De Bruyne needs Liverpool 'test'?
Looks like 'the Argentine Alan Curbishley'. We can't remember the name of 'the forgotten man of football'.
Liverpool have been given a 'nightmare' fixture list? Oh do f*** off...
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is being 'ruthless' by keeping things the same and more...
'Exit against Sevilla may ultimately end up working in Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's favour...'
Paul Pogba created more chances than anyone else, but it's still basically his fault.
How dare Borussia Dortmund not accept Manchester United's offer for Jadon Sancho?
Jadon Sancho, Manchester United and a press contorting themselves to make it happen...
Chelsea will be sad to learn of Liverpool and United's 'shock' deals. Until they realise where they've come from...
A week after reaching 'a breakthrough in negotiations' to sign Sancho for £70m, it has gone to pot.
Solskjaer is warning De Gea but loaning Henderson out. And Liverpool have shown a 'worrying change'.
They should apparently be furious at having to give Alexis Sanchez £9m instead of £50m or so.
Ozil rejected a pay cut because he wasn't sure how Arsenal would use the money. Let's keep blaming him.
Man United have now 'refused to be bullied' by two smaller and less well-off clubs in the space of two days.
United did not want to 'pay more than £50m' for Sancho. They have 'bullied' Dortmund into accepting £110m.
After two goals in the FA Cup Final is the perfect time to kick Aubameyang.
The last we heard, United were still trying to agree an initial Sancho fee. Akpom has made a breakthrough.
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