Neville: It is time for Mike Ashley to sell Newcastle United

Sky Sports pundit Gary Neville says Newcastle United owner Mike Ashley must sell the club as soon as possible.

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Lampard: I report to Abramovich after every game

Chelsea manager Frank Lampard admits he has little to do with owner Roman Abramovich. But he still reports back to Abramovich after games and insists he is honest in his feedback, even after a poor performance or result.

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Luis Milla confident Sergio Ramos will retire at Real Madrid

Former Real Madrid player Luis Milla believes Sergio Ramos will retire at the spanish club.

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Giroud: We have a lot of offensive elements

Chelsea attacker Olivier Giroud made his mind clear to manager Frank Lampard when it became clear that Timo Werner would join Chelsea.

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Arsenal confident on Aubameyang

Arsenal are hoping to announce Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang's new contract.

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Chelsea says farewell to Pedro

The spaniard leaves Chelsea after five years at Stamford Bridge.

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Grealish: Players are with manager Smith

Aston Villa captain Jack Grealish says the death of manager Dean Smith's father has motivated him to keep Aston Villa in the Premier League.

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Leicester boss Rodgers targeting FA Cup glory

Leicester City manager Brendan Rodgers has set his sights on FA Cup glory this season.

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Arsenal midfielder Mkhitaryan hints at Roma stay hopes

Henrikh Mkhitaryan has reaffirmed his hopes of signing permanently with Roma.

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Adrian: Players ready for for Premier League return

Liverpools Adrian says that his teammates are ready to go again.

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Henry admits enjoying life with Arsenal more than Barcelona

Former Arsenal star Thierry Henry admits he enjoyed playing for the London club more than his time at Barcelona.

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Shearer: Manchester United can thrive without Pogba

Former Newcastle United captain Alan Shearer says there is a reason for why Manchester United made improvements without Paul Pogba.

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Neville: English weather forced Ronaldo out of Manchester United

Former Manchester United player Gary Neville admits the English weather was a factor in Cristiano Ronaldo leaving for Real Madrid.

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Keane: Ighalo has sparked reaction from Martial

Manchester United legend Roy Keane is happy to see how Odion Ighalo has influenced Anthony Martial.

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Kevin De Bruyne: I'd still be a Chelsea player if I cost €50M

Manchester City midfielder Kevin de Bruyne admits that life was difficult at Chelsea, but he has no regrets over his time at Stamford Bridge.

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Neymar hits out at PSG after 'suffering' in defeat at Borussia Dortmund

Brazilian star Neymar claims that his own club club were too cautious over his rib injury.

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Sheffield Utd boss needed to see Berge personally

Sheffield United manager Chris Wilder did not give the green light to sign midfielder Sander Berge until he saw him in person.

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Dybala: I want to play with Pogba again

The Juventus star hopes to play with his former teammate Paul Pogba again.

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Emery: I never turned down Everton job

Former Arsenal boss Unai Emery insists he never turned down the Everton job.

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Neymar: I didn't leave Barcelona because of Messi

Paris Saint-Germain star Neymar says he didn't leave Barcelona in order to win the Ballon d'Or.

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Mourinho: I will bring passion and happiness

New Tottenham manager Jose Mourinho has promised to bring passion and happiness to the club.

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Rashford: Top four not impossible

Marcus Rashford believes a top four finish in the Premier League this season is far from impossible.

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La Liga ask for Barcelona-Real Madrid game to be moved

La Liga has asked for El Clasico on 26 October to be moved from Barcelona's Nou Camp stadium to Real Madrid's Bernabeu over fears of civil unrest.

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Wenger: I have turned down Premier League offers

Wenger guided Arsenal into the top four of the Premier League and then to Champions League for 20 consecutive seasons.

His reign at the Emirates ended after the Gunners finished fifth and then sixth in his final two seasons in charge.

"I'm an Arsenal man and after that I'm a professional. I can't stop working," said Wenger.

"I decided to move out of the Premier League because I am too linked with Arsenal. I had opportunities to work in England but I turned them down.

"I don't want to tell you [which clubs] because there are people in charge and it would unfair to them."

Xhaka named Arsenal captain

The Swiss international won a players' vote for their preferred skipper.

Xhaka replaces frenchman Laurent Koscielny after leading the team in six of their eight games this season.

Emery consulted with his players before informing the squad this morning ahead of Monday's game at Manchester United, live on Sky Sports.

"Xhaka is mature, he has experience," the Gunners boss said. "We are living under pressure and criticism; as a coach, as a player, as a club. The most important thing is to stand up in each moment.

MANAGER: Arsenal-boss Unai Emery.