Ryan Mason is unsure that Tottenham’s top four hopes are over despite their 3-1 defeat against Leeds United, but bemoaned the decision to rule out a Harry Kane goal that would have put his side into the lead at Elland Road. Kane
Manchester United’s rearranged clash with Liverpool has left Ole Gunnar Solskjaer raging and now he is threatening to blow the Premier League top-four race wide open. United’s scheduled showdown against Liverpool last Sunday was called off after protestors broke into Old Trafford.
The race for the Premier League top four and a place in the UEFA Champions League appears to be going down to the wire. With just four matchweeks remaining between now and the end of the campaign, there are just nine points
Thomas Tuchel believes that the battle for the two remaining places in the Premier League’s top four and Champions League football next year will go right to the wire. The Chelsea manager’s team established a three-point lead over rivals West Ham with
Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp is confident Mohamed Salah will not leave in the summer transfer window – even if they miss out on Champions League football. The Reds have been shocking this calendar year as their Premier League title defence fell apart.
And Klopp insists that while such a huge match is exciting for him and the club, they must get the job done. He went on: “I think a week ago we were out, now we are around again so for us the
West Ham are keen to sign a striker this summer and have shortlisted Chelsea’s Tammy Abraham and Arsenal’s Eddie Nketiah as they look for a rival to Michail Antonio through the middle. The Hammers sold Sebastien Haller to Ajax in the January transfer window
Jurgen Klopp has vowed to keep ensuring Liverpool are simply focused on their own results, in the race for the top-four. It’s been a big weekend for the Reds, who have closed the gap on West Ham with Leicester, Manchester United and