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Yerry Mina: Everton defender to miss Premier League restart with thigh injury

Everton centre-back Yerry Mina is set to miss the restart of the Premier League season after picking up a thigh tear in training on Friday. Mina will be out for “several weeks” which means he will be unavailable to play when Everton resume the campaign on the weekend of June 19-21. PL players may miss opener with new positive test Clubs to discuss registering new players for restart PL clubs

Odion Ighalo: Manchester United extend striker's loan deal from Shanghai Shenhua

Manchester United have reached an agreement to extend Odion Ighalo’s loan from Shanghai Shenhua until January 31, 2021. Ighalo initially joined Manchester United in a Deadline Day move in January, and scored four times in eight appearances in all competitions prior to the suspension of the Premier League. Transfer Centre: Sanchez, Smalling, Camavinga LIVE! Papers: Man Utd want Havertz and Sancho Ighalo’s initial loan deal was due to expire on

Premier League restart could see in-game interviews as clubs look to avoid £170m TV rebate

Premier League clubs will discuss the possibility of in-game television interviews with coaches and managers when games restart on June 17. Clubs next meet this coming Thursday and will discuss a radical series of television proposals, with broadcasters aiming to make their productions as attractive as possible to armchair fans. Among the proposals are pitch-side interviews in breaks in play with coaches and managers, tunnel interviews at half time, cameras

Liverpool could win first Premier League title vs rivals Everton... at Man Utd or Man City

Liverpool could win the Premier League title against neighbours Everton next month at the home ground of either Manchester United or Manchester City. England’s top tier is set to restart on June 17 with reigning champions City hosting Arsenal and Aston Villa taking on Sheffield United, subject to government approval. After that, all 20 teams in England’s top flight will have played the same amount of matches, with a full

The most shocking Premier League hairstyles on show after lockdown

Football’s lockdown hair nightmares! Fans can’t believe N’Golo Kante and Ashley Young actually have hair, while Roberto Firmino returns looking like a ‘young Ross Geller’ as stars show they’re suffering without barbers just like the rest of us Players have taken matters into their own hands as barber shops are closed Sadio Mane and Roberto Firmino’s new looks have been the talk of social media N’Golo Kante has shocked fans by

Manchester City defender Benjamin Mendy relishing return to football

Manchester City defender Benjamin Mendy cannot wait for the text message telling him that football has got the green light to return. The Premier League began stepping up ‘Project Restart’ this week as players started a phased return to training in small, social-distant groups. Fernandinho on CB switch and crucial City role Silva: I miss feeling of playing for the fans Man City transfer rumours A resumption of play is

N'Golo Kante: Chelsea midfielder prepared to miss rest of Premier League season if it resumes

N’Golo Kante is prepared to miss the rest of the Premier League season, if it resumes, amid fears over returning to Chelsea training due to the coronavirus pandemic. The France international has been given permission to train at home and he has the full support of head coach Frank Lampard and the club’s board. Premier League points-per-game: What happens? Premier League fixtures | Premier League table Kante was at Chelsea’s

Manchester United sue Football Manager makers over use of club's name in game

Manchester United are suing the makers of the Football Manager series for allegedly infringing their trademark by using the club’s name “extensively throughout the game”. The English Premier League side have taken legal action against Sega Publishing and Sports Interactive (SI) – the publisher and developer of the popular football management simulation. The club also argue Sega and SI have infringed their trademark over their logo by not using the

Arsenal's first-team squad assessed: Stay or go?

Arsenal’s summer could be an interesting one. Head coach Mikel Arteta has only been in charge of 15 games – not a great deal of time to assess his squad. What is clear, though, is Arsenal – like many other clubs – will have a limited transfer budget. They committed over £160m under Unai Emery last summer, and face the prospect of a fourth consecutive season in the Europa League

Harry Maguire: Manchester United captain felt 'so safe' on training return

Manchester United captain Harry Maguire says it felt “so safe” returning to training this week following the Premier League’s first round of coronavirus testing. Premier League clubs were given the green light to begin ‘phase one’ training in small groups on Tuesday after testing revealed only six positive cases of coronavirus from 748 tests carried out on players and non-playing staff. United returned to their Carrington training complex on Wednesday