Chelsea to make audacious £17 million move for ‘box-to-box man’
Reports in Italy this week claim that Chelsea have lined up Tottenham star Paulinho The obvious benefit of signing Paulinho is that he has already had time to adapt to the Premier League, has the kind... [Read More]

Club historian Rick Glanvill and club statistician Paul Dutton complete their detailed preview of the pre-Christmas London derby… [Read More]

Ross Barkley can be England's next Paul Gascoigne - Martin Allen
Martin 'Mad Dog' Allen returns for his second of his new weekly column for MailOnline Sport. The former Gillingham boss does not hold back with his views on current issues in the football. In his this... [Read More]

Chelsea ‘destined’ to land powerhouse as giants ready to sell
Chelsea are lining up a big January move for AC Milan powerhouse M’baye Niang. Arsenal are closely following Niang , after the young Milan striker has not had much game time in boss Allegri’s side, an... [Read More]

What we learned this weekend: Allardyce doesnt trust Cole, Remy's lost his form... but Raheem looks set for sterling season
Ralph Ellis runs you through what we learned from the weekend's football... with some star turns and a look through the leagues, too. [Read More]

Top managers will always turn down owners on an ego trip - Martin Samuel
Cardiff owner Vincent Tan may one day get his wish to ditch Malky Mackay, but he won’t find a marquee-name successor to flatter his enormous self-regard. Tan will work with the sort of boss who ... [Read More]

Jose Mourinho : I want to be like old foe Arsene Wenger and stay at Chelsea for 12 years
Jose Mourinho wants to emulate Arsene Wenger’s longevity at rivals Arsenal by staying at Chelsea for 12 years. [Read More]

JAMIE REDKNAPP: No reason why Tim Sherwood can't be next Tottenham boss
There is absolutely no reason why Tim Sherwood should not be the next manager of Tottenham Hotspur. He has played the game at the highest level, understands English football and he knows the club insi... [Read More]

Crunch for Arsene Wenger as derby defeat against Chelsea will see Gunners drop to FOURTH
Put up or shut up, sink or swim, walk the walk — all three could be Arsenal’s mantra when they face Chelsea. [Read More]

Arsène Wenger senses now is the time to defeat José Mourinho's Chelsea
• Arsenal have never beaten Chelsea under Mourinho• 'For a while, Chelsea were stronger' Wenger admitsArsène Wenger was keeping his cards close to his chest. He had just been asked whether this Chelse... [Read More]