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Chelsea boss Frank Lampard wants to make one last push for England and West Ham star Declan Rice – and that could pave the way for Jorginho to join Arsenal.

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has hinted he is ready to turn to Eric Bailly and Harry Maguire as Manchester United’s first-choice central defensive pairing.

Petr Cech has taken a hands-on approach to Chelsea’s goalkeeping problem by returning to the training pitch in a bid to help head coach Frank Lampard find his undisputed No 1.

Leeds United are looking to sign AZ Alkmaar captain Teun Koopmeiners to bolster Marcelo Bielsa’s midfield.
Burnley have rejected a bid worth over £30m from Leicester for James Tarkowski.

Premier League managers have united to urge support for clubs in danger of going bust during the coronavirus crisis amid ongoing talks over an English Football League bailout of up to £250m.

Andy Murray has become the highest-profile tennis player to express concern at the collapse in drugs testing during the Covid-19 pandemic.

Chelsea have received an approach from Paris Saint-Germain to take Antonio Rudiger on loan.

EFL chief Rick Parry has laid bare some of the challenges facing the League in order for clubs to survive, and says there may be an increase in the amount of coronavirus tests being carried out, amid a rising infection rate nationwide.

England manager Gareth Southgate will dispatch No 2 Steve Holland to check on Harry Maguire on Saturday ahead of naming the Manchester United star in his squad next week.

David de Gea has joined the ranks of VAR detractors, hitting out at the technology for an ‘unfair’ ruling that cost Manchester United at Crystal Palace.

Sheffield United are reluctant to meet Liverpool’s asking price for Rhian Brewster and have offered a loan leaving the door open for Crystal Palace.

Leicester are considering a move for Bayer Leverkusen defender Jonathan Tah if they cannot agree a deal for Burnley’s James Tarkowski.

Ademola Lookman is joining Fulham on a season-long loan from RB Leipzig for a £1.8m fee.

A number of the Premier League’s black players and coaches have complained to the PFA over the union’s decision to appoint an all-white selection panel to begin the process of replacing chief executive Gordon Taylor.

Marcus Rashford has been left deeply disappointed by Education Secretary Gavin Williamson’s response to his plea for help to tackle child poverty.

Tottenham are in talks to sign Milan Skriniar – but will not be forced into accepting Inter Milan’s £55m valuation.

Manchester United are planning at least two more signings this window – as transfer talks continue around the clock.

Victor Lindelof is facing the axe against Brighton after Manchester United’s calamitous opening to the new Premier League season.

Tariq Lamptey has yet to make his mind up over his international future between Ghana and England.

Charlton boss Lee Bowyer hopes to make three new signings before Sunday’s match against Lincoln City, with Charlton’s transfer embargo having been lifted with the arrival of new owner Thomas Sandgaard.

Liam Delap is in contention to make his Premier League debut for Manchester City after Pep Guardiola said he only had 13 fit senior players for Sunday’s match against Leicester City.

The Premier League will demand guarantees over the return of fans this season before they agree to bail out lower league clubs.

The FA Cup is facing the threat of withdrawals from non-League sides who will have to pay their players for the entire season should they take part in the competition.

Watford are interested in Sheffield Wednesday centre-half Dominic Iorfa as Vladimir Ivic looks to strengthen his squad in a push to return to the Premier League at the first time of asking.

Everton are in talks to sign Barcelona defender Jean-Clair Todibo on loan, however, the Spanish side are currently refusing to sanction a deal without an obligation-to-buy clause.

Celtic will test Charlton’s resolve one more time for Alfie Doughty – and line up a short-term option if unsuccessful.

Neil Lennon has refused to rule out Hibs splitting the Old Firm this season.

Rangers No 2 Gary McAllister believes Ryan Kent must be ‘getting close’ to an England call-up.





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