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Rafael Benitez is keen to make an emotional return to Newcastle United under a new Saudi Arabian-backed ownership with John Stones and Ross Barkley among the players the Spaniard would like to take with him.
The Premier League season could be completed using a combination of home grounds and neutral venues in a dramatic new twist to Project Restart.
Bruno Fernandesis undertaking extra training sessions away from Manchester United in a bid toregain his match sharpness, along with team-mate Diogo Dalot.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is preparing to fast-track 17-year-old youngster Hannibal Mejbri straight into the Manchester United first-teamnext season.
Catalans Dragonshead coach Steve Mc Namara says his side will finish the 2020 season “no matter what”, despite facing a logistical minefield.
Philippe Coutinho and his agent have reportedly madea decision about the Brazilian’s future ahead of apotential move this summer.
Leicester will start working at their new state-of-the-art £100mtraining facilities from next monthand manager Brendan Rodgersbelieves it will make them a permanent top-six team.
Arsenal could be forced to extend Henrikh Mkhitaryan’s contract if they ever want to receive a transfer fee for him.
Joe Hart, who is out of contract this summer, feels he will haveto move abroad to get back into the big time.
Liverpool and other teams whouse pressing as a tactic face greater challenges in minimising contact between players when thereturn to competitive training resumesthis week.
West Ham fans are in talks with the club about showing their faces on Zoom on the London Stadium’s big screens to help give players a boost in behind-closed-doors games.
Celtic have been handed a boost in their bid to keep Fraser Forster and Mohamed Elyounoussi at the club next season, with Southampton preparing for a mass exodus of players.