Toure expected to leave Manchester City when Guardiola arrives
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Yaya Toure will leave Manchester City when Pep Guardiola arrives at the club in the summer, says his agent. Toure will be offered a stunning £30m-a-year contract to move to China.
Meanwhile, Guardiola will find a place among his City coaching staff for current assistant Brian Kidd.
Jamie Vardy is ready to snub Chelsea and Manchester City by signing a new Leicester deal.
Arsenal are likely to return this summer with bids for Fulham’s 16-year-old star Ryan Sessegnon and Leicester City left-back Ben Chilwell.
Fulham tried to sign Arsenal’s Serge Gnabry on loan on deadline day.
Pep Guardiola is leading the race for John Stones as Manchester City enter the market for the Everton defender.
Arsene Wenger and Ronald Koeman had a tunnel bust-up after Arsenal were held to goalless draw by Southampton last night.
The FA are prepared to play some England matches, as well as the FA Trophy and FA Vase finals, away from Wembley to allow Chelsea and Tottenham to share the national stadium for a season.
Manuel Pellegrini wants to take over at Chelsea when he leaves Manchester City in the summer.
Pep Guardiola will take over at the Etihad next season but he is fighting rumors of dressing-room unrest at current club Bayern Munich.
Joe Hart’s future at Manchester City is under threat because incoming manager Pep Guardiola wants to sign Claudio Bravo.
Guillermo Varela is upset with Louis van Gaal after the Manchester United manager blocked a deadline day loan to Genoa.
England will play friendlies in the north-east and north-west of the country as well as Wembley before Euro 2016.
Harry Redknapp has warned Roy Hodgson he must reach the Euro 2016 semi-finals or be branded a failure.
West Brom defender James Chester will be encouraged to remain at the club, despite Swansea appearing keen to take him on loan.
Bristol City had a fourth bid of £2m rejected for Gillingham midfielder Bradley Dack on transfer deadline day.
Manuel Pellegrini is a contender to take over at Paris Saint-Germain when he leaves Manchester City.
West Ham chairman David Sullivan says his club would have gambled on £4m Charlie Austin, who signed for Southampton.
Leicester boss Claudio Ranieri will try to sign Bordeaux defender Clement Chantome on a free transfer and will also look to land CSKA Moscow and Nigeria striker Ahmwed Musa in the summer.
Ryan Giggs missed Manchester United’s win over Stoke because of a family illness.
Middlesbrough will make a fresh bid in the summer for Hearts defender Jordan McGhee.
Leeds will try again to land Norwich striker Kyle Lafferty when the Football League’s emergency loan window opens next week, despite the Canaries’ apparent determination to see him leave on a permanent deal.
West Ham target Reece Oxford has emerged as a loan target for Southend.
Everton manager Roberto Martinez has thanked Carlisle for their response to the racist abuse suffered by some of his players during their FA Cup tie.
Schalke’s 19-year-old midfielder Leroy Sane has emerged as a summer target for Pep Guardiola when he takes over at Manchester City.
Chinese club Jiangsu Suning are interested in signing 29-year-old Chelsea striker Radamel Falcao.
Newcastle will launch another spending spree in the summer, despite spending £30m during the January transfer window.
Arsenal winger Serge Gnabry will chose between Brighton and Charlton when the loan window opens next week.
Chelsea captain John Terry, 35, has no intention of remaining at the club – even if they decide to offer him a contract extension.
Arsene Wenger has sent his scouts on a mission to unearth the next non-league superstar.
Leicester are reportedly weighing up a move to sign French midfielder Clement Chantome from Bordeaux in the summer.
Chelsea youngsters Kasey Palmer and Kyle Scott have signed new contracts with the club.
Real Madrid have moved to tie down academy star Borja Mayoral, according to reports in Spain.
Atletico Madrid’s Jackson Martinez has joined Guangzhou Evergrande for 42m euros.
UEFA have lifted Dynamo Kiev’s stadium ban for the Champions League tie with Manchester City.
Liverpool Supporters’ Committee has criticised ticket prices for the new Main Stand, with some seats costing as much as £77 each ($111).
Manchester City and Manchester United lead the race to sign Everton defender John Stones in the summer as he would prefer to remain in the north west.
Juventus midfielder Paul Pogba remains a target for Manchester City, although Barcelona are favourites to secure his services.
Football’s lawmakers will decide next month whether to introduce trials for sin bins, as well as video assistance for referees.