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Manchester United and Tottenham Hotspur have received a boost in signing Bournemouth forward Josh King before the transfer deadline.
Leicester City have reportedly jumped ahead of Manchester United in the race to sign Bournemouth and Wales midfielder David Brooks.
Manchester United have reportedly signed Nigerian striker Odion Ighalo, according to Goal.com.
Manchester United have reportedly turned down the offer to sign Real Sociedad striker Willian Jose, according to Sky Sports.
Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has said that the Red Devils players gave their everything during the 1-0 Premier League defeat to Bournemouth on Saturday.
The summer transfer window in 2019 closed for Premier League clubs at 5pm on 8th August. While some managers will be happy with their squads, others will be wishing they had a bit more time – and even looking forward to the window re-opening in January.
Manchester United interim boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is understood to have recommended the signing of Bournemouth's Josh King, who had previously been in the club's ranks.
Sunderland's 2016/2017 season has been filled with gloom and darkness. After being relegated for the first time since 2006, it has been difficult to find any sort of positive light shining out for the supporters to admire. A big proportion of this limited light has been in the form of Jermain Defoe.
Tottenham Hotspur are still officially in the race for the Premier League title this season, but it looks likely that they will fall short. They will be keen to challenge again and hope to go one better and win the league next season, knowing that the right summer signings could make the difference.
With less than ten games to go in the 2016/17 Premier League season, it's still all to play for. Tottenham continue to chase Chelsea for the trophy, several teams are battling it out for a Champions League spot and at the bottom, a real relegation scrap is taking place.
As the business end of the season arrives for teams at the top and bottom end of the Premier League, all twenty teams were in action over the course of the last two nights. Chelsea looked to maintain their lead at the top of the table, whilst the teams at the bottom continued their battle for survival.
Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola could end the club's interest in midfielder Jack Wilshere amid concerns over his fitness on the pitch.
Bournemouth may have cooled their interest in signing on-loan Arsenal midfielder Jack Wilshere on a permanent basis.
The day's early kick off saw an eventful fixture at Old Trafford between EFL Cup winners Manchester United and a team that have struggled in the league since the new year, Bournemouth. The visitors played the second half with ten men and United missed a penalty, resulting in a 1-1 scoreline, which Zlatan Ibrahimovic has taken the blame for.
Saturday saw the 2016/17 English Premier League enter round 26, with twelve of the league's twenty teams in action. With only one of the top six teams in action, it was matters further down the standings that were the main focus, however it didn't disappoint, with goals in every game.