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1hESPN staff

Liverpool hope to wrap Klopp deal - sources

Sources have confirmed to ESPN that Liverpool plan to hire Jurgen Klopp by the end of the week. Negotiations are ongoing, but the former Dortmund manager is expected to sign a three-year contract as early as Friday.

4hMark Rodden

Giroud has lost confidence - Deschamps

France coach Didier Deschamps has acknowledged that Arsenal striker Olivier Giroud is going through a tough time at both club and international level.

9hAssociated Press

Chung expecting 19-year FIFA suspension

FIFA presidential contender Chung Mong-joon said on Tuesday he is facing a 19-year suspension by the ethics committee of the world football body.

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19hPA Sport

Euro giants scared to play Wales - Coleman

Wales manager Chris Coleman believes major European nations might be scared to play his side ahead of the European Championship.

3hRichard Jolly

Ings: England call completely unexpected

Danny Ings has revealed his England call-up came as a bolt from the blue and said he had no hint he was about to be chosen by Roy Hodgson.

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19hESPN staff

Injured Rojo out of Argentina's qualifiers

Man United defender Marcos Rojo will not feature for Argentina in their World Cup qualifiers this week while he recovers from a hamstring injury.

7hESPN staff

Xavi hopes to return to Barca as coach

Xavi is preparing himself for management in the Aspire Academy in Qatar, with one eye on a coaching position back at his beloved Barcelona.

23hAndy Mitten

Mitten: Time to move on from Arsenal

Sunday's setback at Arsenal was a reality check for Manchester United, who must move on quickly and look at defensive frailties, writes Andy Mitten.


We cannot keep Mane forever - Koeman

Mane, 23, found the back of the net at Stamford Bridge as he helped the Saints to a memorable victory over the Premier League champions.

1dESPN staff

Redknapp plays down links to Sunderland

Harry Redknapp says he has not been spoken to about the vacant manager's job at Sunderland after reports he has a close relationship with Ellis Short.

1dESPN staff

Carragher: 'Liverpool becoming Tottenham'

"Liverpool are becoming Tottenham: they think they're a big club but the real big clubs are not too worried about them, who they buy, what they do."

4dESPN staff

Wenger didn't think Martial was for sale

The Arsenal boss is a longtime admirer of the 19-year-old who signed with Manchester United in the summer, but thought Monaco wouldn't sell him.

3dPA Sport

Sterling: I was not too tired for England

Manchester City winger Raheem Sterling has dismissed claims that he did not want to play for England in a Euro 2016 qualifier because he was tired.

3dESPN staff

Sterling: Reds top-notch during City move

Raheem Sterling has revealed there are no hard feelings between he and Liverpool after making much-discussed move from Merseyside to Manchester City

4dRichard Jolly

Man City 'can't do anything' with Kompany

"It's outside the control of any club manager. The national team have a list of the players that play for them. They have the authority to use them."

11dESPN staff

FIFA scandal: Timeline since May

Since Swiss and U.S. authorities raided a Zurich hotel in May, controversy has continued to engulf football's governing body.

4dKevin Palmer

Managers under pressure this weekend

Brendan Rodgers, Arsene Wenger and Jose Mourinho all head into the Premier League weekend with doubt hanging over their heads, writes Kevin Palmer.

4dBen Gladwell

Italy closes gap on England for UCL place

A successful night of Europa League action has allowed Italy's Serie A to eat into the deficit on the English Premier League in UEFA's coefficients.

4dESPN staff

Otamendi: UCL winner can spark Aguero

Although striker has struggled to find best form at times this season defender believes the coolness he showed to win the match in Germany bodes well.

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5dMike Whalley

Howard urges Everton to end derby misery

Tim Howard has set his Everton teammates the challenge of ending five years of Merseyside derby misery against Liverpool on Sunday.