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Tammy Abraham has not ruled out playing for Nigeria

Chelsea striker Tammy Abraham has not ruled out playing for Nigeria.The 21-year-old, who is the Premier League’s joint leading scorer alongside Manchester City’s Sergio Aguero with seven goals, has two senior England caps to his name, won in friendlies against Germany and Brazil in 2017.

Champions League is world’s best – Lampard

Chelsea boss Frank Lampard is relishing the prospect of his first Champions League match as a manager.

Nemanja Matic feels there is room for youth and experience in Man Utd first...

Nemanja Matic is excited to see young talent getting a chance at Manchester United – but the midfielder hopes there is also room for experience as he looks for more game time.

Gary Neville: I’d run a mile if offered Manchester United manager’s job

Gary Neville has insisted he would “run a mile” if he was ever offered the job of Manchester United manager.

Quiet weekend for technology but Wilder VAR from happy with lack of penalty

VAR enjoyed a relatively quiet return from the Premier League’s international break, though there was still a disallowed goal and criticism over a penalty not given.

Arsenal players were scared as Watford launched comeback – Granit Xhaka

Captain Granit Xhaka said the Arsenal players were “scared” as Watford launched a second-half comeback to earn a Premier League point on the Vicarage Road homecoming of Quique Sanchez Flores.

Watford hit back from two behind to draw with Arsenal on Flores’ return

Quique Sanchez Flores saw his Watford side come from two goals down to earn a draw against Arsenal on his Vicarage Road homecoming.

5 things we learned from the Premier League this weekend

Liverpool have taken an early stranglehold on the Premier League after a 100 per cent start to the season with reigning champions Manchester City having suffered an uncharacteristic wobble.

Silva desperate to improve Everton’s away form after defeat at Bournemouth

Everton manager Marco Silva admits he is concerned by the club’s poor away form in the Premier League.

Marcelo Bielsa hails Eddie Nketiah as ‘a complete player’ as Leeds move top

Marcelo Bielsa hailed on-loan striker Eddie Nketiah as “a complete player” after his latest strike helped Leeds return to the top of the Sky Bet Championship following a 2-0 win at Yorkshire rivals Barnsley.
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