Manchester City are close to winning a Premier League title won by 20 motivated men.
Sergio Aguero rolled back the years with a great strike as City moved closer to the Prem title with three points.
Man City moved up to fifth in the Premier League with a comfortable win over Newcastle...
Tottenham could play straight through Man City on the counter-attack. Or be penned in and make mistakes.
For some players the packed schedule is a pain. Literally. But one man's misfortune is another's opportunity...
Their domestic form has been a bit off, but Europe has offered a serene sanctuary thus far for Manchester City.
Ole loves a late night in Paris, while Fabinho made it a quiet one for Klopp in Amsterdam. Real Madrid, though...
Torres and Gundogan join Aguero on the scoresheet as Man City beat Porto in Group C of the Champions League.
Man City blew Burnley away as Raheem Sterling and Ferran Torres impressed.
The Spain international signed a five-year contract in August after joining City for an initial fee of £20.9m.
City have already agreed a £41million deal with Bournemouth for Nathan Ake.
Man United might not get a right-winger after all, while Jurgen Klopp eyes Thiago.
A 'firm offer' for one of the Sancho alternatives, a swap deal for Aguero and a Merseyside battle...
United are among seven clubs reportedly interested in the 20-year-old.
Man Utd and Real Madrid are on a 'collision course' over Jadon Sancho, according to reports.
The Liverpool boss has been recommended a young talent from Spain as a potential alternative to Jadon Sancho.
Jurgen Klopp loves Joe Gomez. So, too, does Jamie Carragher. And Liverpool. So this doesn't make much sense...
Liverpool will chuck a huge sum at BM, according to the latest reports.
Liverpool and Arsenal are chasing different Valencia targets, while Bayern might break the transfer record for a keeper...
Ferran Torres' contract with Valencia expires next summer.
The right winger was promoted to Valencia's first team in 2017 after working his way up through the youth ranks.
Arsenal seem to have realised that a £40m budget will only go so far. So goodbye, Mesut Ozil.
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