Everton are one of many clubs interested in signing the Ukraine international this summer.
The Arsenal target played 28 matches in all competitions for Manchester City this campaign...
"[Sunday] is going to be a massive game for us. We need to show the best performance of our lives."
"When it comes to football, the Ukrainian team have their own dream: we want to go to the World Cup."
It is bound to be a busy summer window at Goodison Park...
Zinchenko is out of contract in two years and started 18 times in 2021/22 for Man City.
The Saturday morning Mailbox brings praise for David Moyes and Sean Dyche. And labels Oleksandr Zinchenko a hypocrite...
'City's players felt his actions were a reflection of what it means to be part of the squad...'
"I can drive the car from the training ground, or it doesn't matter where, I can just cry from nothing."
“There are players worth, probably, like three national teams of Ukraine. But this should not frighten us..."
"We need to pay attention to him and we will need to try to somehow stop him because he’s on a roll now."
One Premier League stalwart remains in the midst of a 13,459-minute dry patch. An Arsenal trio make the list...
"Inside the dressing room or inside the team I can see hungry eyes. Everyone is so hungry for the titles."
Wolves tried to sign Zinchenko last year but were unsuccessful as the player wanted to become a regular under Guardiola.
Man City suffered a sixth defeat of the season, edging Liverpool even closer to the Premier League title.
"For me, the most important thing is he knows the right thing to say at the right time."
Somehow, Liverpool look like doubling their money on one of their outcasts...
Oleksandr Zinchenko's agent claims the Manchester City left-back would be open to a January move.
Wolves have launched a club record £16million bid for Manchester City's Oleksandr Zinchenko.
Liverpool wanted to capitalise on Cristiano Ronaldo's move to Juventus. Man United have other ideas.
You know the drill - one potential loanee from every club. And an update on July's picks.
Sixteen teams in Carabao Cup fourth round action means one conclusion each. No-one misses out around here.
Arsene Wenger was desperate to sign Oleksandr Zinchenko, apparently. City won the race.
We told you that he could secure a move and he did. Sometimes (not very often) we get it right...
Are there any bargains to pick up from the sides who have already been knocked out of Euro 2016?