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Arsenal will choose Prem over Super League

Arsenal managing director Vinai Venkatesham says the club would not break away from the Premier League to join a European Super League.

Ranieri: Italian mentality needed at Fulham (0:39)
Football Exposed: The hand-to-mouth conundrum (4:07)
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2dChris Wright

Robertson reveals brilliant text convo with Klopp

When Andy Robertson revealed to Jurgen Klopp that he'd been made Scotland captain, the Liverpool manager's response was exactly what you'd imagine.

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2dMattias Karen

Neymar: Arsenal really great under Emery

PSG won the domestic treble last season and Neymar backed his former boss to deliver success at the Emirates as well.

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2dRob Dawson

Rooney: End of United career 'embarrassing'

Wayne Rooney said he knew he had to leave when asked him to lift the trophy following the 2017 EFL Cup final, which he played no part in.

Neymar: Emery will bring good things for Arsenal (0:39)
2dBen Gladwell

Dybala 'not thinking about transfer market'

Paulo Dybala, who has also been linked with Real Madrid and Barcelona, has said he is not thinking about the transfer market.

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2dJonathan Smith

Pogba mentoring starlet from rivals Man City

Paul Pogba plays on the 'Red' side of Manchester but the World Cup winner has taken a special interest in someone on the "Blue" side of the city.

Why seeking help may pay dividends for Morata & Chelsea (3:00)
Transfer Rater: Pulisic to Liverpool? Almiron to Newcastle? (3:22)
Will VAR clean up costly errors in Premier League next year? (3:48)
Hislop: Scudamore's payoff isn't surprising (3:00)
Freestyle World Tour in Jakarta - Via Man City (1:20)
2dTom Hamilton

Premier League clubs on a cliff edge over Brexit

Time is running out for the UK to secure a post-Brexit deal, and there could be huge ramifications for Premier League clubs in the transfer market.

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Prem clubs vote to use VAR from 2019-20

The Premier League has held off introducing VAR, even as it has been used in other top leagues, including Spain, and by FIFA at the World Cup.