Alexis Sanchez is world class and our stats at Oulala.com offer conclusive proof that the Arsenal forward has much more to his game than just goals and assists. On Twitter, the Daily Mirror's John Cross hasn't held back in his criticism ofAlexis Sanchez in recent weeks, including a tweet during Arsenal vs Manchester City which [.
While it's fair to say that the course of the relationship between Jose Mourinho and Arsene Wenger has never run smooth, once vowed to 'break Wenger's face' after the pair clashed during a Premier League game.
The supposed quotes are taken from a new book called 'Jose Mourinho Up Close And Personal' written by Rob Beasley, which is currently being serialised in the Daily Mail.
Just when you thought Arsenal's injury crisis in midfield simply cannot get any worse, news has emerged, from the Daily Mirror, that Mathieu Flamini is 'almost certain' to miss Arsenal's clash against Bournemouth as a reult of an ankle injury. Thankfully, the problem is understood to be short-term. However, it leaves Arsene Wenger with a [.
Arsenal Agree Terms For Talented Basel Midfielder? By AT If media reports are to be believed, Arsenal are on the verge of finalising a deal for a talented young midfielder. According to the Daily Mirror, Arsenal have agreed a fee of £5 million with FC Basel for the transfer of Mohammed Elnenny and only have [.
Liverpool fans looking to the papers for news of Raheem Sterling will beconfused. The Daily Mirror leads its sports sectionwith the news that the Liverpoolstar is wanted by Arsenal, Chelsea, Manchester United and Manchester City. Having namechecked the top sides, the Mirror says Sterling will head to ManchesterCity for £30m.
As Theo Walcott continues to frustrate Arsenal in regards to signing a new deal with the club, a possible solution may have just opened opened up for Arsene Wenger, as the Daily Mirror is now reporting that the long-term Arsenal target Pedro Rodriguez will be available for as little as £15 million once the transfer [.
The Daily Mirror is reporting that Arsenal is lining up a loan swoop of Juventus centre-forward Fernando Llorente. The Spanish international joined the Bianconeri over the summer on a free transfer but has failed to make much of an impact in the Serie A.
A long time Athletic Bilbao stalwart, a falling out with former coach Marcelo Bielsa left the towering striker to explore other options.
Arsenal are going to play their match against Marseille on a building site, judging by these photos. The French side are in the middle of major works to their stadium and it shows. Daily Mirror reporter John Cross has posted these pictures on Instagram. He reports: "More of a building site than a football [.
Former Tottenham star Gareth Bale is thinking about buying the former Madrid home of Arsenal's record signing Mesut Ozil. After his protracted summer transfer saga, the Welshman is hoping for a simpler deal when it comes to snapping up Ozil's Â£1m pad. Ozil has already put his former home on the market for rent or [.
Romania striker Ciprian Marica is on the verge of joining Arsenal, according to his agent. The 27-year-old is available on a free transfer after leaving German side Schalke at the end of last season. He was linked with a move to West Ham earlier this week, but his agent, Ioan Becali, claimed that Arsenal were [.
Manchester United manager David Moyes is considering a move for Aston Villa striker Christian Benteke in January. The Scot watched the 22-year-old in action during Friday's match between Belgium and Scotland. reports the Daily Mirror. Now he is considering bringing in the Belgian to become United's new number 9.
He used to be accused of only buying French players, but now Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger is considering two more additions to his growing collection of Germans. According to the Daily Mirror, Wenger is plotting moves for midfielders Ilkay Gundogan, of Borussia Dortmund, and Lars Bender, of Bayer Leverkusen.
Arsenal are continuing to monitor Luis Suarez's situation at Liverpool ahead of a possible swoop in January, according to reports in the Daily Mirror. The Gunners were involved in a farcical pursuit of the Uruguay international this summer, which culminated in the infamous Â£40,000,001 bid aimed at activating a non-existent buy-out clause in Suarez's contract.
Sir Alex Ferguson will help Manchester United's board in deciding Louis Van Gaal's future and to choose the Dutchman's potential successor.
With the United manager increasingly under pressure, the board is said to be considering his future, particularly given Jose Mourinho is available after being fired by Chelsea, while Pep Guardiola confirmed he will leave Bayern Munich at the end of the season.
Wayne Rooney's season could be over following the knee injury the Manchester United captain sustained against Everton on Sunday afternoon.
According to the Daily Mirror, United are worried that Rooney, who limped off in the final stages of United's 3-0 defeat at Goodison Park after colliding with Daley Blind, could miss the remaining four league games with what appears to be a rather serious injury problem.
WereManchester United right to get rid of David Moyes as manager after a mere 10 months in charge? It was hasty but then, the average tenure of all current Premier League managers is 1.57 years. Life is brief at the top.
The Daily Mirror has statistics to prove that under Louis van Gaal, Man United are a tougher prospect.
Diego Godin is the latest defender to be linked with a move to Manchester United, as Louis Van Gaal looks to address his defensive crisis in the January transfer window.
According to reports on today's Daily Mirror, the Atletico Madrid defender has been monitored by United's scouts, though it remains difficult to see how the Colchoneroswould be happy to part ways with one of their main men, who's under contract with the current La Ligadefending champions until 2018.
October is a weird month. Summer is nothing but a distant memory, Christmas is still only a blip on the horizon, days get shorter and rain falls with the same impeccable regularity with which Oliver Holt writes a patronising column in the Daily Mirror.
Leaves turn yellow and fall, England stumble from one unconvincing performance against a pub team to a mediocre showing against a Sunday league outfit, as Fleet Street's finest desperately try to convince that we should all care ever so dearly about a group of players that means nothing to most of the country and even less so to United fans.
In the days and weeks leading up to the conclusion of the summer transfer period,some members of the media andfootball experts have commented that Louis van Gaal most likely"regretted" taking the job at Manchester United and/or didn't understand the scale of the task in front of him.
Speaking to the Daily Mirror, United's new boss insisted that he has no regrets about taking on the job and he chose the twenty-time champions of England because they presented "the biggest challenge".
According to a report in the Daily Mirror, England and Liverpool captain Steven Gerrard has been has added to the 'discovery list' of the New York Red Bulls, meaning that they will have first option on signing him if he moves to Major League Soccer.
Gerrard has been at the centre of much speculation about his future, as Brendan Rodgers has opted to leave him out of the Reds' starting eleven in numerous occasions this season.
Liverpool will step-up their efforts to sign long-term target Tiago Llori after defender Sebastian Coates was ruled out of action for six months. Sporting Lisbon centre-back Llori has been on the Reds' radar for some time. But their hopes of signing him have been given fresh impetus by Coates' setback.
Tottenham fans will allow themselves a wry smile this morning at the news that Gareth Bale could be deployed at left-back by Real Madrid. Spurs played the Welshman as a full-back at the start of his White Hart Lane career, before realising they had one of the world's best wingers on their hands. And the [.
Sunderland manager Paolo Di Canio is said to be furious with his players after they lost a behind-closed-doors friendly to the club's Under-21 side. The Italian boss organised a private practice match against the development squad to keep up the first-team's fitness levels during the international break.
Louis Van Gaal could be given another £150m to further bolster his squad, according to some of today's back pages. Van Gaal and Ed Woodward are due to meet on Friday to discuss the club strategy in the coming summer transfer window but the United manager could even try to add a signing this month.