Everton's Gylfi Sigurdsson to miss six to eight weeks with knee injury – but should be fit for World Cup

Sigurdsson picked up the injury during Everton's Premier League victory over Brighton on Saturday and saw a specialist on Monday evening

Alexis Sanchez's struggles reveal Manchester United's main problem in attack under Jose Mourinho

When their stars are out-of-sorts, United have no attacking structure to fall back on and spending more money will not solve that

West Ham set to hand life bans to fans involved in London Stadium pitch invasion

Saturday's match with Burnley was marred by four separate pitch invasions as well as protests against the club's board

Tottenham apologise after asking whether 'a woman's place is in the home' in survey of supporters

Posts on social media emerged from Tottenham supporters in America revealing they had received a club email with the subject heading: 'Calling all US Spurs fans: tell us what you think'

Mark Hughes leads race to take over at Southampton after the sacking of Mauricio Pellegrino

Southampton are looking for an experienced manager to steer them to safety

Tottenham still waiting to determine extent of Harry Kane's ankle injury

The Spurs and England striker picked up the injury in Sunday's 4-1 win at Bournemouth and could not be scanned on Monday due to swelling in his right joint

Pep Guardiola subject to scathing personal attack by Bayern Munich first-team doctor

In his new autobiography, Hans-Wilhelm Muller-Wohlfahrt has lifted the lid on his turbulent relationship with Guardiola during their time together at Bayern

Manchester City defender Vincent Kompany unsure if beating Manchester United would top Sergio Aguero goal

The veteran of City's 2012 vintage could well be part of another memorable title-winning climax in a few weeks' time

Mauricio Pellegrino 'sorry' for leading Southampton into Premier League relegation battle following sacking

The Argentine manager arrived last summer with a remit of building upon Claude Puel's eighth-place finish and instilling a more adventurous style of play, but achieved neither

How Southampton's gamble on Mauricio Pellegrino backfired so badly as their first big mistake in the Premier League

A history of shrewd managerial appointments since returning to the Premier League came to a halt with the replacement of Claude Puel with the Argentine that was simply too nice

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