Morning sports talk on the latest on football news, gossips and transfers with Sir Alex Ferguson thinking Manchester United could win the title, now that David de Gea has committed his future to the club whilst Nathaniel Clyne believes there is no panic at Liverpool despite a dodgy start to the season under Brendan Rodgers.
Louis van Gaal is ‘delighted’ Manchester United striker James Wilson has decided to pen a new four-year deal at the club.
Jack Grealish is valued higher than the record fee paid by a British club, according to Tim Sherwood. The Aston Villa manager insists he would not accept a bid worth £60m for the 20-year-old playmaker.
Meanwhile, Arsene Wenger has declared his love for rugby after swapping tips with France’s World Cup squad. He said: “The very essence of collective sport can be found in rugby. In rugby, without solidarity you have no chance.
They have solidarity and courage, I admire the fact that men are ready to go into combat together, put their trust in each other.” Is he thinking of a career change or it’s just the love?
West Ham boss Slaven Bilic is convinced referees do favour big clubs when it comes to major decisions – in all major European leagues..
Rio Ferdinand has backed Louis van Gaal’s plan to hand over to Ryan Giggs when he hangs up his tracksuit and whistle at Old Trafford.
Steven Gerrard has criticised Brendan Rodgers’ ‘overconfident’ approach to Liverpool’s fateful game against Chelsea that derailed the Merseyside club’s 2013-14 Premier League title bid.