Manchester United run the risk of following bitter rivals Liverpool into exile from the top table of European football.Details
METRO – Tim Sherwood under increased pressure as Louis van Gaal re-iterates his desire to manage in England
Holland coach Louis van Gaal has increased the pressure on Tottenham boss Tim Sherwood by once again stating he wants to work in England.Details
Cesare Prandelli has reportedly become the latest man to throw his hat into the ring for the role of Tottenham manager.Details
MANCHESTER UNITED are interested in sending a scouting mission to Germany in a bid to bring in new reinforcements, while Juan Mata could be another target for the club closer to home.Details
METRO – Holland boss Louis van Gaal ‘still interested in Tottenham’ despite Tim Sherwood’s appointment at White Hart Lane
Tim Sherwood’s appointment as Tottenham hasn’t put the Holland boss off keeping a close eye on White Hart LaneDetails
TALKSPORT – Proof that Liverpool are genuine title contenders? Premier League American owners assessed
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WHETHER new boy Daniel Sturridge and Luis Suarez can play alongside each other has yet to be proven, but they did enough damage here as two solo acts.Details
A MUCH-CHANGED Liverpool Under-18s side lost 3-1 away to Middlesbrough in their final Premier Academy League fixture of 2012.Details
Tottenham are said to be considering a move for striker Ricky Van Wolfswinkel as he continues to drag his feet over signing a new deal at Sporting Lisbon.Van Wolfswinkel, who joined Sporting from Dutch side Utrecht in June 2011, has scored 29 goals in 53 matches since moving to Portugal, and has consistently been linked with a move to the Premier League. Ricky Van Wolfswinkel (below) has been linked with a move to Tottenham (Picture: Getty) Arsenal, Liverpool and Sunderland have all been mentioned as possible destinations for the 23-year-old, but he dismissed speculation during the summer, by revealing that he is in negotiations with Sporting over a new three-year-deal at the Jose Alvalade stadium. However, those talks have since dragged and Van Wolfswinkel is now willing to consider other options, unless the club meet his wage demands by the new year. According to Portuguese newspaper Abola, Van Wolfswinkel’s agent Louis Laros will sit down with Sporting president Godinho Lopes next week in a bid to find an agreement, and Laros is ready to demand a transfer in the January window if a compromise can’t be reached. It’s news that will suit Spurs boss Andre Villas-Boas, who twice tried to sign Van Wolfswinkel while at former club Porto, and would be interested in bringing him to White Hart Lane if the price is right. Sporting still believe they can keep the all-action centre forward, but an offer in the region of £8million would be difficult to turn down.Details