Football365 - Some Premier League clubs are poised to benefit from the break and bring back a whole raft of stars.
by: Danny Owen — HITC 30 Apr
Carlo Ancelotti's Everton and Roy Hodgson's Crystal Palace reportedly want Burnley's Premier League starlet Dwight McNeil - can he replace Wilfried Zaha?
by: Nicholas Mendola — NBC Sports: NBC Soccer 28 Apr
Hodgson's men won their last three Premier League matches, resetting their sights on the top seven despite an uneven season by their most celebrated asset.
by: Ben Crump — The Transfer Tavern 28 Apr
Many Everton fans have reacted to a tweet from Transfermarkt expert Nicolo Schira, who claims Carlo Ancelotti’s first choice signing this summer is Real Madrid’s James Rodriguez. The Toffees boss is expected to bring in a whole host of new faces to...
by: Andrew Haines — Snack Football: This Is Futbol 28 Apr
Supporters of Everton have been reacting to transfer news on James Rodriguez that was relayed by journalist Nicolo Schira.
by: Kyle Bonn — NBC Sports: NBC Soccer 24 Apr
President Gianni Infantino noted that this release is a "first step" in helping smaller leagues and clubs survive the coronavirus pandemic.
by: Michael J. Chandler, Gianluca Nesci — The Score 24 Apr
The Premier League's inaugural FIFA 20 tournament, the ePL Invitational, continued Friday with four hotly contested quarterfinal matchups.Here's how the matches, which are streamed on the Premier League's various social channels, unfolded:Quarterfinal
by: N/A — BBC 20 Apr
Chris Sutton has billed Norwich City as the best team to be bottom of the Premier League - who else can compete for the title?
by: Charlotte Daly — Daily Mail 19 Apr
There are plenty of world class players in the Premier League but not all of them would make good five-a-side football players. Sportsmail has identified each clubs five-a-side hot prospects
by: firstname.lastname@example.org (Joseph Chapman) — Birmingham Live 16 Apr
West Brom let go of 14 senior players last summer - whether they were loanees, out of contract or sold for a fee - but how have they been faring away from The Hawthorns?
by: Alex Richards — Mirror Online 15 Apr
There have been a number of stars who have flattered to deceive in the current campaign - from transfer flops to unfulfilled talent, here's a look at the main culprits
by: Lloyd Johnson — Daily Express 10 Apr
Tottenham boss Jose Mourinho has identified a summer transfer target that could spell the end for Hugo Lloris at the north London club.