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  • The Premier League descended into civil war on Sunday following the emergence of secret plans for a radical restructure of the top flight hatched by Liverpool and Manchester United.
  • Gareth Southgate is ready to risk the wrath of Jose Mourinho by playing Harry Kane against Denmark on Wednesday despite the England captain suffering a worrying injury scare.
  • Inter Milan are interested in signing Manchester City striker Sergio Aguero on a free transfer next summer with the Argentine’s current deal set to end in June.
  • Memphis Depay has hinted at a move away from Lyon in January, after failing to sign for Barcelona in the summer transfer window.
  • Houssem Aouar is adamant staying at Lyon this summer will prove to be the right decision after he was heavily linked with a move to Arsenal.
  • Arsenal, Chelsea, Tottenham and Man City were offered chance to rejoin EFL as Man Utd and Liverpool plot revamp.
  • Bournemouth hope that Everton will make a late move for Joshua King – after rejecting West Ham’s £13m bid.
  • Millwall chief Steve Kavanagh believes the impact on communities will be devastating if EFL clubs go to the wall.
  • Chelsea outcast Lucas Piazon has lashed out at the club for their loan policy having not played for them since 2012.
  • A plan backed by Manchester United and Liverpool to make radical changes to English football has been condemned as “damaging” and “troubling” by the Premier League and the government.
  • The chief executive of Premiership Rugby has warned that professional clubs in England will go bust within weeks unless they receive a government bailout.
  • Liverpool are facing an anxious wait to discover if Naby Keita will be their latest player to contract Covid-19 following a spate of positive tests for British-based players on international duty.
  • Exeter Chiefs director of rugby Rob Baxter has ruled out placing his side in a bio-bubble to reduce the risk of players contracting Covid-19.
  • Manchester United are aware of Manchester City’s plan to land Mauricio Pochettino.
  • Hakim Ziyech is reportedly leaving international debut early to return to Chelsea, but the Moroccan’s departure is believed to have been planned.
  • Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has admitted that Manchester United chiefs are still discussing the possibility of bringing in a director of football.

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