Manchester United duo linked with exit, Guardiola plays down return for England international, Sarri backs star man, plus more.
After England footballer Karen Carney receives rape and death threats, sports stars open up about social media abuse.
Mo Besic and Britt Assombalonga score as Middlesbrough hang on to beat Sheffield Wednesday and go top of the Championship.
Alaves go top of La Liga after beating Celta Vigo, although five teams are in contention to overtake them this weekend.
Luka Jovic becomes the youngest player to score five goals in a Bundesliga game as Eintracht Frankfurt thrashed Fortuna Dusseldorf.
Arsenal are “confident” that their “self-sustaining business model” will finance major success, the club’s new managing director says.
At the risk of putting a curse on this game, surely it cannot end goalless. Fulham and Cardiff have conceded 38 goals between them this season and the incentive is there for both of them to inflict a bit more damage on the other in what feels like an early relegation six-pointer. Cardiff would move level on points with Fulham if they can collect a morale-boosting first victory of the season. Fulham, on the other hand, badly need to improve their own position after making such a disappointing start. Stuart James
There are fears Nuneaton Borough will go out of business soon as no-one is claiming ownership of the club. Why?
Maurizio Sarri has insisted Eden Hazard doesn’t need to leave Chelsea to win the Ballon d’Or. The Belgian has spoken openly about his desire to play for Real Madrid in the past. Sarri reiterated how important a player the forward is for the Blues, who he said could win the Champions League with Hazard in the side. Chelsea host Manchester United on Saturday
Tottenham have been stretched by injuries in recent weeks and they will still be without Dele Alli, Danny Rose and Jan Vertonghen at the London Stadium. After holding Chelsea and beating Manchester United in their past two home games, West Ham can be forgiven for wondering if this is a good time to play their London rivals. With that in mind, Mauricio Pochettino could do with Christian Eriksen shaking off the abdominal injury that has kept him out for a month. Jacob Steinberg