Maybe we could look at booking London's O2 Arena and let them settle it inside a ring before then.
"He has to show me that he's better than Morata, or than Hazard".
Sandro, who has scored a goal and provided five assists in 19 appearances in all competitions this term, is contracted to the Old Lady until the summer of 2020.
"Arsenal has to decide his future because they decide if they sell him now but his future for sure will be in a great club".
Antonio Conte was vocal last summer in expressing his frustrations with Chelsea's approach to transfer business.
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"What never happened to me - and will never happen - is to be suspended for match-fixing".
Like all wars, people will argue about its origins and who is to blame, but October 23, 2016, is a good place to start. Simply playing more regularly has helped him find his groove, a solution that doesn't exactly require a rocket scientist to deduce.
'Nothing New' on Mahrez Transfer, Insists Claude Puel
With Manchester City completely running away with the Premier League title it seems that the two coaches have created some drama to deflect from their side's underperformance compared to Pep Guardiola's men, but it seems that the feud has gone way beyond anyone could imagine.
Now the United manager, whose side have just returned from a warm-weather training break in Dubai, has responded once more. It's interesting to note that the report says Conte's camp feel confident about a deal getting done. "When you have the chance you have to score, especially in these games".
The England international was thrown a ball by a coach to volley at Willy Caballero.
However that won't stop the Reds and Spurs sniffing around the former Coventry man, as he continues to impress at Carrow Road.
Opportunities have once again been limited for Batshuayi, meanwhile.
City remain tight-lipped over a potential approach for Sanchez in the current transfer window but midfielder Kevin De Bruyne has said that he believes the player would "add something" to the squad at the Etihad.
The Championship side are reportedly looking to sign the 21-year-old on loan for the rest of the season, though they'll have to fend off interest from Bournemouth, Newcastle and Watford. He has only one season he played regularly for Marseille.