Andy Robertson deletes Billy Gilmour Instagram story after positive Covid-19 result

Andy Robertson appeared to have deleted a video of himself playing table tennis with Scotland team-mate Billy Gilmour, who has tested positive for coronavirus. Gilmour has been ruled out of Scotland’s final Euro 2020 group game against Croatia after returning a positive test. The news is a blow to Steve Clarke’s side, after the Chelsea … Read more

Gary Neville’s Billy Gilmour comparison highlights England weakness at Euro 2020

Gary Neville has hailed Chelsea midfielder Billy Gilmour and believes he is the type of player that England are missing at Euro 2020. The 20-year-old starred for Scotland during Friday night’s scoreless draw against Gareth Southgate’s side and was hugely influential from the centre of midfield. Gilmour was making his first start at senior level … Read more

Transfer news LIVE: Latest updates as Raphael Varane’s agents prepare for Man Utd talks

As Euro 2020 continues across the continent, the transfer rumour mill is gathering pace as some of football’s biggest names strut their stuff on the international stage. Harry Kane continues to struggle in front of goal for England, but his future remains the subject of much speculation with Manchester United, Manchester City and Paris Saint-Germain … Read more

Chelsea transfer round-up: Blues eye Jude Bellingham and Inter Milan make Achraf Hakimi demand

Chelsea are expected to open their wallet again this summer as the European champions aim to reinforce Thomas Tuchel’s squad over the next few months. The Blues are widely expected to challenge Manchester City for the Premier League title next season, and will also hope to give retaining their Champions League title a good go. … Read more

Chelsea transfer round-up: Blues handed Achraf Hakimi boost, Crystal Palace plot £15m swoop

Chelsea manager Thomas Tuchel enjoyed an impressive start to life at Stamford Bridge after taking over from Frank Lampard back in January. Under Tuchel, the Blues won the Champions League, secured a top four finish and reached the final of the FA Cup. Now, Tuchel is looking to build on his success and he has … Read more

Jadon Sancho names the two Chelsea players he idolised growing up

England and Dortmund star Jadon Sancho has revealed that Chelsea legends Frank Lampard and Didier Drogba were two of his biggest inspirations when he was growing up. The 21-year-old winger is being strongly linked with a move to Manchester United, with the Red Devils believed to have had a £67m bid for the player rejected. … Read more

Premier League make key change to VAR for next season in bid to end ‘armpit’ offsides

The Premier League is set to use thicker lines while judging narrow VAR offside calls next season. Top-flight chiefs have made the change after a campaign littered with marginal decisions which proved deeply unpopular with fans. The use of thicker lines by the video assistant referee will hand attackers a bigger margin for error, putting … Read more

European Super League clubs fined just £3.6m, but real punishment is that breakaway will never happen again

Fines of less than £4 million each for the six English rebels who plotted to join the European Super League were on Wednesday night branded a “joke” by Premier League rivals. Manchester City, Manchester United, Liverpool, Chelsea, Tottenham Hotspur and Arsenal also accepted a suspended £25 million fine and a 30-point deduction if they join another breakaway.However, … Read more

Gary Neville hits nail on the head with reaction to European Super League punishment

Gary Neville has branded the punishment handed to the Premier League’s ‘Big Six’ over their involvement in the failed European Super League (ESL) plot an “absolute embarrassment”. Arsenal, Chelsea, Liverpool, Manchester United, Manchester City and Tottenham have reached a total settlement sum of £22million by the Premier League after their attempts to form the breakaway … Read more

Premier League ‘close to agreement’ on punishment for failed European Super League bid

The Premier League and the so-called ‘Big Six’ were reportedly close to an agreement on the punishment for the European Super League debacle late on Tuesday night. Manchester United, Manchester City, Liverpool, Arsenal, Chelsea and Tottenham all pulled out of the controversial breakaway plans within days of them being announced, following a furious backlash from … Read more

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