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8hRob Dawson

Source: Saudi eye PL stars, inc. De Bruyne, Salah

Players including Kevin De Bruyne, Mohamed Salah, Virgil van Dijk, Alisson, Raphaël Varane, Casemiro and Bruno Fernandes are on the Saudi Pro League's agenda next season, a source told ESPN.

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1dJames Olley

Pochettino insists he has Chelsea owners' support

Mauricio Pochettino has insisted he retains the full support of Chelsea's owners despite mounting pressure following Sunday's Carabao Cup Final defeat to Liverpool.

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1dRob Dawson

Ten Hag slams Carragher's 'subjective' punditry

Erik ten Hag has hit back at Jamie Carragher's criticism of Manchester United's performance against Fulham and hinted he believes the former Liverpool defender's analysis is unfair.

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2dTom Chambers

Moyes tabs hat-trick hero Bowen for England call

David Moyes talked up Jarrod Bowen's chances of being included in Gareth Southgate's next England squad after he scored a hat trick in West Ham's 4-2 win over Brentford at the London Stadium on Monday.

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2dRob Dawson

Pep wants De Bruyne at City amid Saudi links

Pep Guardiola said he wants Kevin De Bruyne to stay at Manchester City next season but admits the midfielder may be tempted by a move to Saudi Arabia.

2dReuters

Bowen hat trick helps end West Ham's poor run

A hat trick from Jarrod Bowen helped West Ham United to snap a six-match winless run in the Premier League as they secured their first victory of 2024 with a thrilling 4-2 home win over Brentford on Monday.

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2dESPN

Everton points deduction cut to six on appeal

Everton's punishment for breaching the Premier League's profit and sustainability rules has been reduced from 10 points to six on appeal, the Premier League announced on Monday.

Premier League Ladder

TEAMGPWDLGDP
Liverpool261862+3860
Manchester City261853+3359
Arsenal261844+3958
Aston Villa261646+2152
Tottenham Hotspur251456+1447
Manchester United2614210044
Brighton & Hove Albion261097+839
West Ham United261169-639
Wolverhampton Wanderers2611510038
Newcastle United2611411+937
Chelsea2510510+135
Fulham269512-632
Crystal Palace267712-1328
AFC Bournemouth257711-1428
Everton268711-625
Brentford267415-1125
Nottingham Forest266614-1424
Luton Town255515-1620
Burnley263419-3313
Sheffield United263419-4413