Atletico Madrid midfielder Thomas Partey has made it clear he would like to move to Arsenal and is hoping a deal can be struck between the clubs.
Agents of Premier League players expect some clubs to launch campaigns to discourage them from returning under the terms of Project Restart.
Arsenal would be the Premier League club most financially affected by playing next season behind closed doors, according to research which reveals potential losses across the division of £878.2 million.
Agents fees are set to push towards a record-breaking £300million for Premier League transfers for last season, but the coronavirus pandemic is expected to halt clubs paying extravagant commission, while in the lower leagues there are fears middle-men will go out of business.
Wembley is back on the agenda as a potential venue to complete the Premier league.
Manchester United have agreed to sign Joe Hugill from Sunderland but the £200k transfer is being held up as the teenager is banned from travelling for a medical due to lockdown restrictions.
Manchester United face a dilemma on whether to let Dean Henderson stay at top-four rivals Sheffield United – and potentially help deny them a £60million-plus Champions League slot.
Aston Villa are poised to get the green light to recall England keeper Tom Heaton for their fight against the drop.
Premier League players have been ordered not to spit and to wear snoods or masks when they go back to training.
David Moyes has revealed he’d ask for Billy Gilmourin exchange for Declan Rice if Chelsea come knocking for his star man this summer.
Newcastle will have to pay Tottenham £12.5million if they want to appoint Mauricio Pochettino as manager this month due to a clause in his contract, but the Argentine will beable to sign for free in June.
The Premier League are set to delay Friday’s crucial meeting aimed at rubber-stamping Project Restart until nextweek after it emerged Boris Johnson will reveal the next phase of the UK’slockdown on Sunday.
A Manchester City-themed aircraft that was unveiled by Premier League stars in October has been converted into a cargo plane to collect frozen beef from Sudan during the coronavirus pandemic.
Manchester United’s plans to increase the capacity at Old Trafford have been placed on hold thanks to the coronavirus crisis.
Arsenal head of football Raul Sanllehi told staffon a conference call last week that budgets would be tight for the summer and it would be highly unlikely for any major deals at the Emirates.
Norwich boss Daniel Farke has insisted the Premier League cannot return if it risks a single life.
Ajax boss Erik ten Hag has confirmed the club “have an agreement” with Chelsea target Andre Onana that would allow the goalkeeper to leave for the right price this summer.
Serie A side Lazio are set to pounce for Ianis Hagi if Rangers don’t take up their option on the loan star.