Eddie Howe will miss his first Newcastle game, Chelsea is in talks with Fofana, and Haaland has decided to switch to the Premier League.


Eddie Howe will miss his first Newcastle game, Chelsea are reportedly in talks with Fofana, and Haaland is reportedly considering a move to the Premier League.

ERLING HAALAND is currently injured, but that hasn’t stopped speculation about his future.

Several Premier League clubs are said to be circling Dortmund’s star player, with reports in Spain claiming that Real Madrid is expecting him to move to England next.

Chelsea have received a boost with the return to training of Romelu Lukaku from his recent injury, putting him in contention to play this weekend.

According to reports, the Blues have resumed talks with Leicester City defender Wesley Fofana in preparation for a summer transfer.

Newcastle are also making preparations for their January transfer window, with reports linking them with Inter Milan’s Marcelo Brozovic and Bayern Munich’s Niklas Sule.

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Manchester United must dig deep to get back on track, according to Cristiano Ronaldo.

After six losses in their previous 12 games, the Red Devils will face Watford in Premier League action tomorrow.

“Time to roll up the sleeve once more and just get the job done!” the United legend wrote on social media.

“Let’s go after what we’re aiming for this season.”


After testing positive for coronavirus, Newcastle manager Eddie Howe will miss his first match in charge.

The 43-year-old was getting ready for his first game since taking over at St James’ Park from Steve Bruce.

But, after contracting Covid-19, he’ll have to wait at least another week, with his Magpies assistant head coaches Gareme Jones and Jason Tindall in charge of the match against Brentford in his absence.

Newcastle confirmed in a statement that the ex-Bournemouth manager will now self-isolate in accordance with government guidelines.

Howe expressed his disappointment at missing out on the dugout for Saturday’s game to the club’s website.

“I’m very disappointed that I won’t be able to join you all at St. Patrick’s Day,” he said.

Tomorrow, James’ Park

“However, it’s critical that I adhere to the rules and isolate myself.”

“I’d like to reassure everyone that I’m fine, and while this is unwelcome news for me, I’m confident it hasn’t slowed down our preparations for this crucial game.”

“I’ve been in constant communication with my coaching staff and players, and I know they’ll give it their all on and off the field, both tomorrow and throughout the week.”


After suffering a knee injury, West Ham striker Angelo Ogbonna is expected to miss the remainder of the season.

David Moyes, the Hammers’ manager, has confirmed that Ogbonna will undergo surgery in the coming days and…

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