Former Liverpool and England star Michael Owen knows the pressure will be heavily piled on the Reds when they face Spurs in the Champions League final in Madrid.
Well, that was exciting wasn’t it? Sometimes, you see a club having a rollercoaster season and you can just tell that everybody involved is having an absolute ball. That was definitely Liverpool this year.
With Manchester City an absolute shoe in for the Premier League title with four months of the season still to play, the majority of attention has now switched from who will finish the season as champions to who will be joining Pep Guardiola’s all-conquering squad in the three other Champions League-qualifying spots.
With Manchester City being by far and away the best team in the Premier League so far this season, their recent performances and results suggest that they could go even another further.
Neymar Jr is reported to have stormed during an interview after Paris Saint-Germain’s 7-1 victory over Celtic, when asked about speculation linking him with a move to Real Madrid.
Cesar Azpilicueta has admitted that the morale in the Chelsea camp is low, after Wednesday night’s 3-3 draw with Roma meant they went three games without victory.
Hugo Lloris believes his decision to remain with Tottenham has been completely justified, and praised his manager Mauricio Pochettino for helping to progress as a player.
Manchester United have withdrawn their appeal against Phil Jones’ two-match European suspension.
Zlatan Ibrahimovic has been named in the Manchester United squad for the group stages of this season’s Champions League.
Belgium star Eden Hazard remains convinced that Chelsea have the power to fight for silverware across the board…