20hRob Dawson

Sources: Pogba considering Juventus offer

Paul Pogba is considering an offer to return to Juventus, sources have told ESPN. The midfielder is set to leave Man Utd when his contract expires.

Will Man City pass final test vs. Aston Villa and win the Prem? (2:02)
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2dMark Ogden

Sources: Everton PL safety at risk over finances

Leeds and Burnley want an independent commission to decide whether Everton have seriously breached the financial regulations, sources told ESPN.

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2dJames Olley

Sources: Spurs eye Inter star Perisic for free

Tottenham Hotspur are exploring the possibility of signing Inter Milan winger Ivan Perisic on a free transfer, sources have told ESPN.

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2dJames Olley

Dodgy lasagne again? Spurs deny poison talk

Tottenham have denied there is a food poisoning outbreak ahead of match at Norwich on Sunday, while Harry Kane is expected to overcome illness.

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2dJames Olley

Tuchel: Boehly can be Chelsea's 'lucky charm'

Thomas Tuchel has said he hopes Todd Boehly can become Chelsea's "lucky charm" once his consortium completes their purchase of the club.

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Klopp won't risk Salah despite Golden Boot race

Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp said he won't risk Mohamed Salah on final day despite the forward leading the Premier League Golden Boot race.

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2dRob Dawson

Sources: Man Utd cancel end of year ceremony

Manchester United won't hold their traditional end of season awards ceremony after a disastrous campaign at Old Trafford, sources have told ESPN.

Leboeuf: Christian Pulisic needs to leave Chelsea (1:05)
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2dJames Olley

Tuchel: Kante is Chelsea's Salah or Mbappe

Thomas Tuchel says N'Golo Kante is like Mohamed Salah, calling it a "miracle" Chelsea are set to finish third in spite of his injury problems.

Hutchison: Everton's second-half comeback was emotional (1:36)
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Everton secure Prem survival with epic win

Dominic Calvert-Lewin scored a late goal to guarantee Everton's Premier League survival as they rallied from two goals down to beat Crystal Palace.

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