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Chelsea has flexed its financial muscles amid widespread belt-tightening across most of European soccer during a pandemic by embarking on a $250 million spending spree.
Pep Guardiola has attacked his rivals for what he claimed had been a “whispering” campaign against Manchester City and described the decision to overturn its two-year ban from European competition as a “great day for football.”
The 30-year wait is over. Liverpool is champion of England again.
Tottenham forward Son Heung-min could be out for the season because of a broken right arm.
The coronavirus-enforced suspension of soccer in China has led to Manchester United filling a void in its strike force.
Manchester United has agreed to sign midfielder Bruno Fernandes from Portuguese side Sporting Lisbon in a deal worth up to 80 million euros ($88 million)
Not since 1977 have things been this bad at Arsenal.
Hours after being hired as Leicester manager, Brendan Rodgers was walking around the locker room at King Power Stadium and introducing himself to his new players when he reached Jamie Vardy.
Manchester City left it late to win. Liverpool left it even later.
What to watch in the leading football leagues in Europe this weekend:
Christian Pulisic seemed to surprise himself with his hat trick for Chelsea. As he left the field after the 4-2 defeat of Burnley on Saturday, the young American needed reminding by his teammates that scoring three goals means you get to keep the ball.
Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer says midfielder Paul Pogba has been ruled out of Sunday’s Premier League game against Liverpool, while goalkeeper David De Gea is unlikely to recover in time for the match.
Teenage striker Mason Greenwood is proving to be one of the few bright sparks in another underwhelming season for Manchester United.
Manchester United narrowly avoided one of the most embarrassing cup exits in its history, only beating third-tier struggler Rochdale in a penalty shootout after conceding a goal to a 16-year-old school kid in normal time.
Tottenham broke into English soccer’s established elite through squad unity, the energy of youth and a common purpose created by manager Mauricio Pochettino. More than five years into Pochettino’s tenure, that all looks to be slipping away. And he knows it.
Tottenham was eliminated from the English League Cup by fourth-tier Colchester after a penalty shootout on Tuesday, an embarrassing loss amid a tough season for a team that was playing in a Champions League final less than four months ago.
New Balance is taking Liverpool to court in a bid to remain the European soccer champion’s uniform supplier beyond their current contract.
The video assistant referee denied Manchester City another crucial late goal in its latest wild match against Tottenham as the English Premier League champion dropped points for the first time in its title defense. Gabriel Jesus thought he had scored a winning goal in the second minute of injury time at Etihad Stadium, only for VAR to rule that the ball had reached the striker off the hand of Aymeric Laporte as the City defender stretched to head it. The match finished 2-2.
Two losses in four days – one, admittedly, via a penalty shootout – is hardly the way Frank Lampard would have envisaged his tenure starting at Stamford Bridge. For someone who held such high standards and expectations as a player at Chelsea, they’ll certainly hurt.
The Spanish league opens with Barcelona playing Athletic Bilbao and Antoine Griezmann set for his debut. Real Madrid plays Celta Vigo. The Bundesliga is also beginning with Bayern Munich hosting Hertha Berlin. The pick of the second round games in the English Premier League sees Manchester City host Tottenham.