All the talk in the Premier League world at the moment surrounds the future of Harry Kane, who has reportedly told Tottenham wants to leave at the end of the year.
Premier League champions Manchester City, Manchester United and Champions League finalists Chelsea have all been mooted as likely suitors for Kane, who has scored 32 goals in all competitions this term.
Paris Saint-Germain, managed by Kane’s former Tottenham boss Mauricio Pochettino, and Spanish giants Real Madrid have also been linked with the striker.
Where will Harry Kane end up? (Photo by NEIL HALL / POOL / AFP)Source: AFP
The Mirror reports that Kane has set his sights on a £100m-plus ($A182m) move to Manchester City based on the belief they would present the best opportunity to win trophies.
The report ...
Guardiola admits it is difficult to keep unhappy players in the long term
Pep Guardiola has hinted at a squad overhaul at Manchester City this summer.
City clinched the Premier League title for the third time under the Spaniard, and could cap a memorable season with Champions League glory.
Thoughts will then turn to the following campaign, and talks will take place with players who may be unhappy with their roles.
What was said?
“There are players that accept one typical situation in the team and there are other ones that don’t accept it,” Guardiola
“When they don’t accept sometimes not playing, you can sustain that for one season - a short period - but not for a long period. It’s impossible.
“In that position, we have to change. We’ll see at the end of the season. We...
The Gunners defender will leave the club at the end of the season when his contract expires
Mikel Arteta has opened up about David Luiz’s imminent departure from Arsenal, admitting he feels ‘sadness’ at the centre-back’s impending exit.
Luiz will leave the Gunners on a free transfer once his contract expires at the end of the season, two years after he arrived from Chelsea.
The decision was made after talks held last week and, whilst saying that it was a decision that suited all parties, Arteta is going to miss not having the 34-year-old around anymore. Article continues below
paying tribute to Luiz, Arteta said: “He’s a player who has won everything in football and has earned every right to do so through who he is as a player and as a person.
“I had the privilege to work w...
Said Benrahma cancelled out Danny Welbeck's strike to salvage a point for West Ham United as their hopes of finishing in the top four suffered a major setback at Brighton & Hove Albion.
West Ham looked the likelier scorers in the first half as two Pablo Fornals strikes were blocked and Tomas Soucek worked Robert Sanchez in the Brighton goal.
At the other end Alireza Jahanbakhsh was denied by the legs of Lukasz Fabianski and when he did beat the West Ham goalkeeper on 55 minutes his angled attempt went wide.
With six minutes remaining Welbeck latched on to Percy Tau's through-ball and dinked the ball over the advancing Fabianski to break the deadlock with his 50th Premier League goal.
Substitute Benrahma responded with a curling strike in off the post on 8...
A double strike by substitute Rodrigo plus goals from Mateusz Klich and Jack Harrison gave Leeds United a 4-0 win at Burnley that extended the home side's winless run at Turf Moor to nine.
Burnley made a bright start but Leeds grew into the match and Pascal Struijk headed wide before Klich curled in a fine shot on 44 minutes.
Illan Meslier made a brilliant save from Matej Vydra 10 minutes after the break before Harrison flicked an Ezgjan Alioski shot into the net to make it 2-0 on 60 minutes.
Rodrigo scored the third with a composed finish on 77 minutes before rounding Bailey Peacock-Farrell to make the scoreline more emphatic two minutes later.
Jay Rodriguez, Ashley Barnes and James Tarkowski all had chances for Burnley but Leeds maintained their clean sheet.
Burnley stay ...
Spaniard's hat-trick edges victory over Newcastle in seven-goal thriller
A Ferran Torres hat-trick helped champions Manchester City celebrate their coronation with a 4-3 victory over Newcastle United and a Premier League record.
Newcastle took the lead through Emil Krafth, who headed Jonjo Shelvey's corner past City debutant Scott Carson for his first Premier League goal.
Shelvey then hit the bar with a free-kick before Joao Cancelo kick-started a three-minute turnaround, his shot finding the net with the help of a deflection.
Torres' superb volleyed back-lick gave the visitors a 42nd-minute lead but Joelinton fired Newcastle level from the penalty spot after he had been fouled by Nathan Ake.
Steve Bruce's team took the lead courtesy of a second penalty, this time sco...
Danny Ings scored twice on his return from injury to inspire Southampton to a 3-1 turnaround win over Crystal Palace.
Christian Benteke had put Palace ahead after only two minutes with a powerful shot.
Ings marked his first appearance since Matchweek 32 with a fine turn and finish to equalise on 19 minutes.
Palace had a big chance to go back ahead before half-time but Fraser Forster saved a Luka Milivojevic penalty that was awarded for a foul by Nathan Redmond on Wilfried Zaha.
That spot-kick stop gave the hosts confidence and they took the lead three minutes into the second half when a well-worked set-piece led to Che Adams turning in Stuart Armstrong's centre.
Adams then turned provider to set up Ings to score his 12th goal of the season and become only the second Saints ...
Caglar Soyuncu's second-half header gave Leicester City a 2-1 win at Manchester United that confirmed Manchester City as champions.
Leicester took a 10th-minute lead when Luke Thomas met a Youri Tielemans cross to volley in a stunning first Premier League goal.
Man Utd levelled only five minutes later as PL debutant Amad Diallo set up Mason Greenwood to net his sixth goal in as many matches.
But although Man Utd brought on Marcus Rashford and Edinson Cavani in the second half, Leicester retook the lead on 66 minutes with Soyuncu powerfully heading in Marc Albrighton's cross.
Substitute Bruno Fernandes had the best chance to keep the title race alive but he shot wide late on as United slipped 10 points behind their local rivals with only three matches to play.
Midfielder nets only goal as Gunners end a 10-year wait and boost their European hopes
Emile Smith Rowe scored the only goal as Arsenal boosted their hopes of European qualification with their first Premier League win at Chelsea for 10 years.
Kai Havertz shot over for the hosts early on, before Smith Rowe capitalised on a Jorginho error on 16 minutes.
The midfielder's stray backpass was clawed off the goalline by Kepa Arrizabalaga, but Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang then pounced and cut back for Smith Rowe to finish.
Mason Mount had one shot blocked, and another saved by Bernd Leno, as Chelsea rallied.
After the break, Chelsea substitute Olivier Giroud shot wide while Arsenal's Hector Bellerin forced a save from Kepa.
The Blues nearly snatched a point in stoppage time as Kurt...
Mason Greenwood, Bruno Fernandes and Edinson Cavani scored the goals as Manchester United came from behind to win 3-1 at Aston Villa and stop Manchester City from being confirmed as champions.
After his earlier shot was deflected over, Bertrand Traore struck for Villa with a brilliant strike into the top-right corner from an acute angle on on 24 minutes.
Seven minutes after the break, Douglas Luiz fouled Paul Pogba, allowing Fernandes to stroke in the penalty to level. It was the 113th penalty taken this season, breaking the all-time competition record of 112 previously set in 2006/07.
Four minutes later, United were ahead when Greenwood turned sharply in the penalty area and arrowed a shot in the near post.
Cavani's glancing header from Marcus Rashford's cross sealed Un...
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Arsenal went ahead on five minutes when the Gabonese striker mishit his shot and the ball fell invitingly for Mohamed Elneny, who fired in his first PL goal.
Grant Xhaka's 29th-minute shot was tipped over by Martin Dubravka before Elneny's header was cleared off the line by Miguel Almiron from the resulting corner.
The Gunners' pressure was rewarded on 66 minutes when Aubameyang acrobatically volleyed in a brilliant left-wing delivery from Gabriel Martinelli, meaning he has scored in five successive league matches versus Newcastle.
Fabian Schar was sent off for a challenge on Martinelli late on as Arsenal moved up to ninth in the table on 49 points, five adrift of the top six.
Newcastle remain 17th, nine points clear of the relegation zone with four matches remaining.
Two goals by Kai Havertz earned Chelsea a 2-0 victory over Fulham to consolidate the Blues' place in the top four.
Havertz opened the scoring after 10 minutes, finishing past Alphonse Areola after being played in by Mason Mount.
Chelsea were denied a second six minutes before half-time when Areola saved superbly from Hakim Ziyech.
Havertz doubled Chelsea's lead four minutes into the second half, playing a one-two with Timo Werner before slotting into the corner for his fourth Premier League goal of the season.
Fulham were unable to respond, failing to register a shot on target in the second half as Chelsea ran out comfortable winners.
Fourth-placed Chelsea go six points clear of West Ham United, who travel to Burnley on Monday.
Fulham stay 18th on 27 points, nine adrift ...
Leicester City's hopes of strengthening their grip on third spot were frustrated by a resilient display from 10-man Southampton in a 1-1 draw at St Mary's Stadium.
Southampton played 80 minutes at a numerical disadvantage following Jannik Vestergaard's 10th-minute red card for denying Jamie Vardy a goalscoring opportunity.
James Maddison curled the resulting free-kick narrowly wide as Leicester looked to capitalise.
Southampton, however, frustrated the Foxes and restricted them to long-range efforts from Maddison and Youri Tielemans in a goalless opening half.
James Ward-Prowse fired Saints 1-0 ahead with a 61st-minute penalty after Kelechi Iheanacho had handled.
Leicester were back on level terms just eight minutes later through Jonny Evans' close-range header from Ihe...