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Manchester United check out Celtic's Parkhead rail seating amid clamour to have standing section at Old Trafford
United remain neutral on the issue but are open to introducing an area similar to that installed by the Scottish club, with a capacity of close to 3,000 should it be deemed legal and feasible.
Tottenham enforcer Victor Wanyama: I always looked up to Manchester United hard-man Roy Keane... but he wouldn't scare me
United hard-man Keane gained a reputation for his aggressive style, which sometimes crossed the line - while Wanyama's tough tackling earned him three red cards at Southampton last season,
Chelsea and Watford come out bottom for promoting English talent as study reveals Blues only hand 16 per cent of league minutes to national players
Only three clubs around Europe have given less league minutes to national players this season than Chelsea, a new study has revealed. Just 16 per cent came courtesy of English players.
Manchester United eye £3.6m Valencia starlet Fran Villalba... who was given his debut by Gary Neville and has been likened to David Silva
The 18-year-old midfielder, who has a buyout clause set at £3.6million, made his debut in December last year under the stewardship of Gary Neville.
Raheem Sterling has been making the most of his time on the sidelines after his stunning start to the season came to an abrupt halt. The Manchester City winger was forced to sit out England's qualifiers.
Juan Mata wants Manchester United to record third win over Liverpool at Anfield and show they mean business
Juan Mata believes a third straight victory over Liverpool at Anfield would show everyone Manchester United really mean business. United have won the last two clashes at Anfield.
Manchester United striker Marcus Rashford praises Zlatan Ibrahimovic for helping youngsters at Old Trafford
Manchester United youngster Marcus Rashford has praised the positive effect Zlatan Ibrahimovic has had on him since the former Sweden international's arrival in the summer.
Paul Pogba's slow start to the new season down to physical problems, says France captain Hugo Lloris
Paul Pogba's slow start to the new season can be put down to his exertions at Euro 2016 last summer, says his international captain Hugo Lloris. Pogba helped France to the final on home soil.
Manchester City sweat over Sergio Aguero's fitness as striker limps out of Argentina training with calf problem
Manchester City face an anxious wait to find out whether Sergio Aguero will be fit for their Premier League return after he was forced off during Argentina training. Aguero limped out with pain in his calf.
Frank Lampard wants to become a manager when his career is over... but jokes it will only be with Chelsea
Like most players coming to the end of their days as a footballer Frank Lampard already has his eyes on the next phase of his career as a manager.The midfielder joked it would be Chelsea.
Arsenal midfielder Aaron Ramsey takes up clay pigeon shooting with his brother as he discovers new hobby during the international break
The Arsenal midfielder celebrated his brother Josh's birthday by going clay pigeon shooting and was gracious in defeat when sending his sibling his best wishes on social media.
Sadio Mane: Liverpool attackers love license to roam under Jurgen Klopp... it makes me smile like Ronaldinho
Liverpool have scored 26 goals in their opening nine games in all competitions - with only leaders Manchester City equalling their haul of 18 in the Premier League. Mane has contributed three.
Zlatan Ibrahimovic claims 'there is no free time' as he works hard without his team-mates during international break
Zlatan Ibrahimovic claims there is 'no free time' for a top level sportsman, only 'hard work and objectives' as he keeps himself fit during the two week international break.
Joe Hart still frustrated by Manchester City loan exit... but England keeper is 'really, really grateful' to Torino
ROB DRAPER: Joe Hart is pretty frank about his move to Torino this season: ‘I wasn’t sat there with 25 options. I wasn’t. Torino was a really good option for me and it excited me to go to play in Serie A.
Manchester United legend Ryan Giggs laughs off ever becoming Anfield boss... 'I literally grew up encouraged to dislike people from Liverpool'
The Manchester United legend laughed as he spoke about the possibility of taking the reins down the M62, saying his friends would desert him were the unlikely appointment be made.
Managers and mascots: From Jurgen Klopp and the Aston Villa lion to Sir Alex Ferguson and Fred the Red, Sportsmail finds the best pictures of Premier League bosses and their furry friends
Life on the touchline is much more than just frantic gesturing and barking orders, the manager has to deal with the players, owners, the fans and the media.
Ryan Giggs reveals managing Wales or Manchester United would be the 'hard to beat highlight' of his career
LAURIE WHITWELL: Chris Coleman plans to step down after the current World Cup qualifying campaign, meaning a potential opening in July 2018.
Optus wins just 13,000 extra customers on broadband as live streaming of English Premier League goes on sale - after deal 'cost the telco $50MILLION'
Optus is struggling to attract many new customers to its offer of live and exclusive English Premier League games starring the likes of Everton's Tom Davies (pictured).
'I don't care if you think I'm an American and I don't know s***!' says new Swansea manager Bob Bradley
Bob Bradley made an emphatic entrance into British football at his unveiling as the new Swansea boss on Friday - and the American has vowed to prove his sceptics wrong.
The French club are in the process of being taken over by LA Dodgers owner Frank McCourt and want to speak to Mitchell about becoming their head of recruitment.
Ryan Giggs says Swansea 'did not meet my ambition' as he hits back at 'underwhelming interview' claims
Ryan Giggs has hit back at claims he had a poor interview with Swansea saying: ‘They did not meet my ambition.’ Giggs was a contender for the job after the Swans sacked Francesco Guidolin.
Bastian Schweinsteiger trains on his own with Manchester United as World Cup winner cuts lonely figure during first ever international break
Manchester United outcast Bastian Schweinsteiger has spent his first free international break by training on his own at the club's Carrington HQ. The World Cup winner is unwanted by United.
West Ham players not on international duty take on extra training as Slaven Bilic gets tough on his players
JOE BERNSTEIN: West Ham players not on international duty were called into training every day last week as manager Slaven Bilic attempts to rediscover the intensity that took them into Europe.
Ander Herrera 'feeling good' under Jose Mourinho and believes Spain call-up is down to Manchester United boss
Manchester United midfielder Ander Herrera has credited Jose Mourinho’s arrival at Old Trafford with the fact that he has finally received international recognition.
Jurgen Klopp was made Liverpool manager a year ago today… they have made the most sprints and ran the furthest this season (and here's why it is bad news for Manchester United)
KIERAN GILL - THE NUMBERS GAME: It is a year to the day since Jurgen Klopp sat in front of a signed contract, and showed off that infamous smile for the first time as their new manager.
Everton striker Romelu Lukaku is a fitness doubt for their game against Premier League leaders Manchester City next weekend with a thigh injury.
Ryan Giggs not getting the Swansea job is a kick in the teeth for young British managers, says Robbie Savage
The Manchester United legend's lack of managerial experience and a reportedly underwhelming interview led to the Swans opting for former USA coach Bob Bradley.
From Yaya Toure to Yaya Sanogo... Here are 10 of the Premier League's forgotten men from this campaign
Have you glanced at a Premier League squad list this season and thought - ‘How on earth is he still there?’ We take a look at 10 forgotten men in this season’s Premier League squads.
Bob Bradley comes out fighting during Swansea unveiling after becoming the Premier League's first American boss
The new drill sergeant of Swansea City intends to draw on the example of his war hero father as he begins his task as the Premier League's first American manager.
Stadium protests, mediocre signings and relegation form have hampered West Ham’s start to season... but Slaven Bilic will be afforded time
Another week of inner turmoil draws to a close at London’s culture club, where one tradition thriving despite a move from Upton Park to Stratford is the promise of wild inconsistency.
Arsene Wenger, who turns 67 at the end of October, is in the final season of his current Arsenal contract but midfielder Santi Cazorla insists that his manager has not indicated this will be his last year.
Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger rules himself out of England job: 'It's very important' the next manager is English
Arsene Wenger appeared to take himself out of the running for the role of England manager. The Frenchman said it was 'very important' the national boss should be and Englishman.
Three daredevils who brazenly broke into West Ham’s home will not be prosecuted as it can be revealed their antics prompted no fewer than 13 copycat attempts.
Diego Costa, Sergio Aguero and surprise package Heung-min Son have flown out of the blocks... Sportsmail assess title contenders' strikeforces
The Premier League table is starting to look very familiar as the big names begin to rise to the top. Sportsmail assess the impact made by each of the forward lines at the top seven clubs.
Former Premier League defender Antonio Luna says sorry after sex tape of threesome involving team-mate is leaked online
The short clip appears to show Antonio Luna alongside Sergi Enrich, both now at Spanish club Eibar, having sex with a young woman.
Manchester United are branded 'disgraceful' and 'disgusting' after season-ticket holder of over 30 years is banned from away games after missing ONE match due to illness
Graeme Clarke felt unwell on the morning of United's last-gasp victory over Hull at the KCOM Stadium in September and was unable to make the trip for a late kick-off on Humberside.
Swansea manager Bob Bradley reveals taking managerial inspiration from Sir Alex Ferguson 'whose personality was all over every part of the club'
Swansea manager Bob Bradley has revealed his intentions to replicate the style of Sir Alex Ferguson in creating a positive and inclusive environment within the club.
Ramiro Funes Mori hints at a possible move away from Everton after falling out of favour under Ronald Koeman
Everton's out of favour defender Ramiro Funes Mori says he may look to leave Goodison Park this season unless he's given more game time under new manager Ronald Koeman.
Leonardo Bonucci is a target for both Chelsea and Man City as they consider strengthening defensive options but any prospective move to England depends on the player's family situation.
Arsenal CEO Ivan Gazidis insists club will resolve Arsene Wenger's future from 'the same page, in our own time'
Arsene Wenger's contract runs out in the summer. The 66-year-old insists he still has the 'passion' to guide the Gunners to silverware but has also been heavily linked with the England post.
Chelsea defender Gary Cahill admits he has made 'big errors' during tough season so far… but insists they are 'easy to correct'
Chelsea defender Gary Cahill is eager to iron out the 'easy to correct' errors in his game to both prove doubters wrong and retain his starting spot in Antonio Conte's first team.
Chelsea's leftover talent: David Luiz and Cesc Fabregas among star names at Cobham during international week
Cesc Fabregas may not be enjoying the happiest of starts to the new season, but the man marginalised at Chelsea and snubbed by Spain is not showing the signs of a player ready to give up on his career.
JAMIE CARRAGHER: All week I’ve taken others’ criticism of Wayne Rooney on board, listening to the constant chipping away at what he apparently cannot do and why he is no longer good enough.
Jurgen Klopp: I'm not saying I am the world's best but I'm quite good... I've fallen in love with Liverpool
MARTIN SAMUEL - EXCLUSIVE: Jurgen Klopp is giving a quick tour of the bookshelf in his office. He pulls out one title. Denken Hilft Zwar, Nutzt Aber Nichts.
Jurgen Klopp is starting to have a very positive influence at Liverpool and his side currently sit fourth in the Premier League table with 16 points after winning five out of their first seven matches.
Marcus Rashford is the 'shining light' at Manchester United, according to Old Trafford legend Nicky Butt
Former Manchester United midfielder Nicky Butt hailed Marcus Rashford as his old club's 'shining light' and hinted that more talented youngsters could soon follow in the teenager's footsteps.
Alex Iwobi set for second bumper pay rise this year... as Arsenal move to keep Hector Bellerin from Barcelona
Having established himself as a vital part of Arsene Wenger’s starting XI, the 20-year-old is in line for another extension which will represent his new status in the club’s first-team plans.
Frustrated Memphis Depay admits bit-part role at Manchester United has left him feeling 'like a loaded gun'
Holland winger Depay has started just one game under new manager Jose Mourinho, the EFL Cup win at Northampton last month when he was replaced 10 minutes after half-time
Manchester City move to wrap up new Fernandinho deal as Brazilian enters final 12 months of his contract
The Brazilian, who has become an integral part of Pep Guardiola's plans, has entered the final 12 months of his deal - causing concern at the Etihad Stadium that he could leave for nothing.
Manchester United legend Sir Bobby Charlton celebrates 60 years since making his first team debut... with a sprained ankle: 'The pain was worth it'
An 18-year-old Charlton, who had been doing his national service for the Royal Army Ordnance Corps in Shropshire, took his bow at Old Trafford in a League Division One match against Charlton.
Nathaniel Clyne: Jurgen Klopp calls me 'a machine' and James Milner is making me look bad at Liverpool
Clyne, who was ironically forced to withdraw from the England squad facing World Cup qualifiers against Malta and Slovenia with a knee injury, is renowned for his durability at Anfield.
Arsene Wenger as England boss? I can't see it... he loves football too much, says Arsenal coach Robert Pires
Arsene Wenger could shun the England team because it will not quench his ‘obsession’ with football, according to Arsenal coach Robert Pires.
Premier League 100-goal club: Alan Shearer, Michael Owen, Ryan Giggs and Co attend football legends event
They share 1,260 Premier League goals between them and on Wednesday night they joined together in London to celebrate their part in promoting the top-flight of English football.
Mesut Ozil says ‘sometimes I have to be selfish’ as he watches Arsenal’s 3-0 win over Manchester United while co-commentating alongside Santi Cazorla
Arsenal playmakers Mesut Ozil and Santi Cazorla were all smiles as they manned the microphones for Arsenal's YouTube series 'UnClassic Commentary.'
Mauricio Pochettino has won a lot of admirers for the way he has set his Tottenham Hotspur side up over the past couple of seasons, with the north Londoners unbeaten in the League this term.
Paddy McNair maintains he's got no regrets after swapping Manchester United for Sunderland, again insisting he's a midfielder and not a defender
Northern Ireland midfielder Paddy McNair admits he had no reservations about ending his Manchester United career this summer in favour of regular first-team football at Sunderland.
Meet Pep Guardiola's trusted 16-man Manchester City entourage who are helping the Spaniard launch a Premier League title assault
Manchester City are sitting pretty at the top of the Premier League table with six wins from their first seven league games under the tutelage of Pep Guardiola.
Temuri Ketsbaia was Newcastle's 'Mad Monk' who bought his own boots and went wild at paintballing… but don't mention those advertising hoardings!
Temuri Ketsbaia, who became a cult figure in Newcastle after bizarrely kicking the advertising hoardings in celebration, says he would love to return to England as a manager.
Chelsea defender Branislav Ivanovic prepared for a spell on the bench after being dropped by Antonio Conte
Ivanovic has been a mainstay in Chelsea's defence since the turn of the decade but has received criticism for his performances in recent months, and was dropped to the bench on Saturday.
Arsenal star Granit Xhaka reveals he dreamt about goal celebration against Hull City the night before
Granit Xhaka celebrated his goal against Hull City by putting his finger over his lips and making a shushing gesture. Xhaka has revealed that it was spontaneous and he didn't plan it.
Arsenal defender Shkodran Mustafi: I know £35m price tag can be a burden but I couldn't influence this
Shkodran Mustafi acknowledges Arsenal paid a substantial fee in signing him from Valencia during the summer, but the Germany defender is keen to let his displays at the Emirates do the talking.
After Aston Villa vs Virgin, here's 10 Twitter clashes between football's big boys... including Manchester United being mocked by West Ham and Chelsea blast at 'park the bus' claims
Sportsmail have delved through the Twitter archives to highlight 10 other hilarious exchanges on the social media website following Aston Villa's tussle with Virgin Trains.
Manchester United rejects who proved there is life after Old Trafford… England call-up Michael Keane joins list including Danny Drinkwater, Wilfried Zaha (and Paul Pogba!)
There was a time when leaving Manchester United guaranteed a downward trajectory in a player's career. But nowadays many youngsters have carved out good careers after moving on.
Meet Zlatan Ibrahimovic’s secret weapon: Dario Fort is Manchester United superstar’s personal physio who honed a phenomenon
He turned 35 on Monday and a tale told from his opening days as a Manchester United player is one that encompasses Zlatan Ibrahimovic’s longevity.
Santi Cazorla insists he wants to sign new Arsenal contract as he is 'very happy with this great club'
Santi Cazorla, who moved to Arsenal from Malaga in 2012, is out of contract at Arsenal next summer, wants to sign a new contract at the club as he insists he is very happy at the club.
Andre Villas-Boas lifts the lid on life under former mentor Jose Mourinho: 'When you fall on the wrong side of him, that’s when things change'
Jose Mourinho and Andre Villas-Boas were once inseparable, as mentor and protégé moved from Porto to Chelsea and then Inter Milan, but things soured when Villas-Boas looked to go it alone.
Arsenal star Laurent Koscielny: Arsene Wenger has made grow as a player... he took a risk and I want to repay him
Laurent Koscielny has lavished praise on Arsene Wenger for converting him into one of the Premier League's finest central defenders since his arrival at the Emirates for an undisclosed fee in 2010.
SAM CUNNINGHAM - EXCLUSIVE: Arsenal have ended a controversial annual £3million payment to majority owner Stan Kroenke after its legality was called into question.
Crystal Palace Photoshop injured defender Pape Souare into their team photo... as the left-back continues his recovery from horror crash
Crystal Palace have shown their support for injured defender Pape Souare by Photoshopping the Senegal international into the club's team photo for this season.
United States head coach Jurgen Klinsmann has applauded the appointment of Bob Bradley at Swansea as the first American manager in the Premier League settles into his new challenge.
Manchester United fear Anthony Martial's split from partner Samantha Jacquelinet is the reason for his dramatic slump in form this season
CHRIS WHEELER: Manchester United are concerned Anthony Martial’s turbulent private life is to blame for his alarming dip in form. Martial has split from Samantha Jacquelinet.
Bob Bradley, the former USA coach, was in the stands to watch his club's next generation play a Checkatrade Trophy clash against Newport County on Tuesday evening.
David Moyes dealt another setback as Sunderland midfielder Jan Kirchhoff faces possible eight-week lay-off
Sunderland boss David Moyes has been dealt yet another blow after the club confirmed that key midfielder Jan Kirchhoff could be out of action for up to eight weeks.
With Newcastle keeper Freddie Woodman between the sticks, Ruben Loftus-Cheek jogged up to the penalty spot and proceeded to knock the ball home with his left foot instead of his usual right.
James Milner is the model pro starring for Liverpool under Jurgen Klopp… and if he keeps on firing he may even shake off the 'boring' tag
At such a turbulent time for the England team, it is something of a shame that James Milner announced his international retirement after seeing just three minutes of action at Euro 2016.
Arsene Wenger would be an 'excellent choice' for England manager as long as he still has the desire, insists former Arsenal winger Marc Overmars
Marc Overmars, who won a Premier League and FA Cup double under Wenger in 1997-98, believes his former boss fits the bill as long as the 66-year-old still has the energy for the England job.
Michael Owen, Joe Cole and Fernando Torres burned out after emerging as teenage stars... is Manchester United captain Wayne Rooney the latest to join the list?
From Michael Owen to Joe Cole and Fernando Torres, countless wonder kids have fizzled out after scaling wondrous heights in their teenage years.
Sportsmail revealed that Pep Guardiola was keen on signing Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang this summer, with it then emerging in early June that Manchester City had held talks.
Zlatan Ibrahimovic has attempted the most shots and Jason Puncheon has created more chances than any other player... Sportsmail's rundown of the Premier League stats so far this term
With seven games played in the Premier League so far this season, it's time to find out how the players have fared so far. Who tops the scoring charts? Who has the most assists? We take a look...