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EPL schedule 2022/23
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EPL Schedule 2022/23: Full Schedule, Date, Time, EPL Table And All Other Details

The stage is now all set for yet another season of the English Premier League (EPL).  The EPL schedule for the 2022/23 season was announced on Thursday (June 16). It has been less than a month since the last season came to an end but the anticipation for the forthcoming season has already started with the release of the latest EPL schedule.

Manchester City won the league last season with Liverpool finishing just one point behind them. Chelsea and Tottenham Hotspur completed the top four. The three teams that were relegated are Burnley, Watford and Norwich City. Bournemouth, Fulham and Nottingham Forest will be the three news teams after gaining promotion for the upcoming season.

EPL schedule 2022/23
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A pause between the season:

For the first time in the history of the EPL, the season will pause after the weekend of November 12/13 for the winter World Cup in Qatar. The season will restart on Boxing Day – eight days after the World Cup final on December 18. The Boxing Day fixtures include London derbies – Arsenal vs West Ham, Brentford vs Tottenham and Crystal Palace vs Fulham, while Nottingham Forest will face Manchester United.

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EPL schedule 2022/23 season
Erling Haaland is gearing up for his maiden season in EPL (Credits: Twitter)

EPL schedule for 2022/23 season:

The brand new season of the EPL will kickstart with the clash between Crystal Palace and Arsenal on Friday, August 5. On the other hand, defending champions Manchester City will start their title defence against West Ham United on Sunday, August 7.

Jurgen Klopp’s Liverpool will start their season against Championship winners Fulham on Saturday while Eric ten Hag’s era at Manchester United will start with a home clash against Brighton. Newly-promoted Bournemouth and Nottingham Forest will be in action on Saturday, taking on Aston Villa and Newcastle United respectively.

Manchester City and Liverpool’s first meeting of the season will take place at Anfield on the weekend of October 15 before Klopp and his men travel to the Etihad for the reverse fixture on April 1. City will finish their season against Brentford while Liverpool will be up against Southampton on the final day of the upcoming season.

Liverpool will also play Manchester United in the very first month of the season, taking on the Red Devils on August 20. It will be followed by a trip to the Goodison Park to face neighbours Everton in the first Merseyside derby on September 3.

Here is the full EPL schedule for the 2022/23 season:

Date Match Time
Friday 5 August Crystal Palace v Arsenal 20:00
Saturday 6 August Fulham v Liverpool 12:30
Saturday 6 August AFC Bournemouth v Aston Villa 12:30
Saturday 6 August Leeds v Wolves 12:30
Saturday 6 August Leicester v Brentford 12:30
Saturday 6 August Newcastle v Nottingham Forest 12:30
Saturday 6 August Spurs v Southampton 12:30
Saturday 6 August Everton v Chelsea 17:30
Sunday 7 August Man Utd v Brighton 14:00
Sunday 7 August West Ham v Man City 16:30
Saturday 13 August Arsenal v Leicester 15:00
Saturday 13 August Aston Villa v Everton 15:00
Saturday 13 August Brentford v Man Utd 15:00
Saturday 13 August Brighton v Newcastle 15:00
Saturday 13 August Chelsea v Spurs 15:00
Saturday 13 August Liverpool v Crystal Palace 15:00
Saturday 13 August Man City v AFC Bournemouth 15:00
Saturday 13 August Nottingham Forest v West Ham 15:00
Saturday 13 August Southampton v Leeds 15:00
Saturday 13 August Wolves v Fulham 15:00
Saturday 20 August AFC Bournemouth v Arsenal 15:00
Saturday 20 August Crystal Palace v Aston Villa 15:00
Saturday 20 August Everton v Nottingham Forest 15:00
Saturday 20 August Fulham v Brentford 15:00
Saturday 20 August Leeds v Chelsea 15:00
Saturday 20 August Leicester v Southampton 15:00
Saturday 20 August Man Utd v Liverpool 15:00
Saturday 20 August Newcastle v Man City 15:00
Saturday 20 August Spurs v Wolves 15:00
Saturday 20 August West Ham v Brighton 15:00
Saturday 27 August Arsenal v Fulham 15:00
Saturday 27 August Aston Villa v West Ham 15:00
Saturday 27 August Brentford v Everton 15:00
Saturday 27 August Brighton v Leeds 15:00
Saturday 27 August Chelsea v Leicester 15:00
Saturday 27 August Liverpool v AFC Bournemouth 15:00
Saturday 27 August Man City v Crystal Palace 15:00
Saturday 27 August Nottingham Forest v Spurs 15:00
Saturday 27 August Southampton v Man Utd 15:00
Saturday 27 August Wolves v Newcastle 15:00
Tuesday 30 August AFC Bournemouth v Wolves 19:45
Tuesday 30 August Arsenal v Aston Villa 19:45
Tuesday 30 August Fulham v Brighton 19:45
Tuesday 30 August Leeds v Everton 19:45
Tuesday 30 August Leicester v Man Utd 19:45
Tuesday 30 August West Ham v Spurs 19:45
Tuesday 30 August Crystal Palace v Brentford 20:00
Wednesday 31 August Southampton v Chelsea 19:45
Wednesday 31 August Liverpool v Newcastle 20:00
Wednesday 31 August Man City v Nottingham Forest 20:00
Saturday 3 September Aston Villa v Man City 15:00
Saturday 3 September Brentford v Leeds 15:00
Saturday 3 September Brighton v Leicester 15:00
Saturday 3 September Chelsea v West Ham 15:00
Saturday 3 September Everton v Liverpool 15:00
Saturday 3 September Man Utd v Arsenal 15:00
Saturday 3 September Newcastle v Crystal Palace 15:00
Saturday 3 September Nottingham Forest v AFC Bournemouth 15:00
Saturday 3 September Spurs v Fulham 15:00
Saturday 3 September Wolves v Southampton 15:00
Saturday 10 September AFC Bournemouth v Brighton 15:00
Saturday 10 September Arsenal v Everton 15:00
Saturday 10 September Crystal Palace v Man Utd 15:00
Saturday 10 September Fulham v Chelsea 15:00
Saturday 10 September Leeds v Nottingham Forest 15:00
Saturday 10 September Leicester v Aston Villa 15:00
Saturday 10 September Liverpool v Wolves 15:00
Saturday 10 September Man City v Spurs 15:00
Saturday 10 September Southampton v Brentford 15:00
Saturday 10 September West Ham v Newcastle 15:00
Saturday 17 September Aston Villa v Southampton 15:00
Saturday 17 September Brentford v Arsenal 15:00
Saturday 17 September Brighton v Crystal Palace 15:00
Saturday 17 September Chelsea v Liverpool 15:00
Saturday 17 September Everton v West Ham 15:00
Saturday 17 September Man Utd v Leeds 15:00
Saturday 17 September Newcastle v AFC Bournemouth 15:00
Saturday 17 September Nottingham Forest v Fulham 15:00
Saturday 17 September Spurs v Leicester 15:00
Saturday 17 September Wolves v Man City 15:00
Saturday 1 October AFC Bournemouth v Brentford 15:00
Saturday 1 October Arsenal v Spurs 15:00
Saturday 1 October Crystal Palace v Chelsea 15:00
Saturday 1 October Fulham v Newcastle 15:00
Saturday 1 October Leeds v Aston Villa 15:00
Saturday 1 October Leicester v Nottingham Forest 15:00
Saturday 1 October Liverpool v Brighton 15:00
Saturday 1 October Man City v Man Utd 15:00
Saturday 1 October Southampton v Everton 15:00
Saturday 1 October West Ham v Wolves 15:00
Saturday 8 October AFC Bournemouth v Leicester 15:00
Saturday 8 October Arsenal v Liverpool 15:00
Saturday 8 October Brighton v Spurs 15:00
Saturday 8 October Chelsea v Wolves 15:00
Saturday 8 October Crystal Palace v Leeds 15:00
Saturday 8 October Everton v Man Utd 15:00
Saturday 8 October Man City v Southampton 15:00
Saturday 8 October Newcastle v Brentford 15:00
Saturday 8 October Nottingham Forest v Aston Villa 15:00
Saturday 8 October West Ham v Fulham 15:00
Saturday 15 October Aston Villa v Chelsea 15:00
Saturday 15 October Brentford v Brighton 15:00
Saturday 15 October Fulham v AFC Bournemouth 15:00
Saturday 15 October Leeds v Arsenal 15:00
Saturday 15 October Leicester v Crystal Palace 15:00
Saturday 15 October Liverpool v Man City 15:00
Saturday 15 October Man Utd v Newcastle 15:00
Saturday 15 October Southampton v West Ham 15:00
Saturday 15 October Spurs v Everton 15:00
Saturday 15 October Wolves v Nottingham Forest 15:00
Tuesday 18 October AFC Bournemouth v Southampton 19:45
Tuesday 18 October Arsenal v Man City 19:45
Tuesday 18 October Brentford v Chelsea 19:45
Tuesday 18 October Brighton v Nottingham Forest 19:45
Tuesday 18 October Fulham v Aston Villa 19:45
Tuesday 18 October Leicester v Leeds 19:45
Tuesday 18 October Crystal Palace v Wolves 20:00
Wednesday 19 October Newcastle v Everton 19:45
Wednesday 19 October Liverpool v West Ham 20:00
Wednesday 19 October Man Utd v Spurs 20:00
Saturday 22 October Aston Villa v Brentford 15:00
Saturday 22 October Chelsea v Man Utd 15:00
Saturday 22 October Everton v Crystal Palace 15:00
Saturday 22 October Leeds v Fulham 15:00
Saturday 22 October Man City v Brighton 15:00
Saturday 22 October Nottingham Forest v Liverpool 15:00
Saturday 22 October Southampton v Arsenal 15:00
Saturday 22 October Spurs v Newcastle 15:00
Saturday 22 October West Ham v AFC Bournemouth 15:00
Saturday 22 October Wolves v Leicester 15:00
Saturday 29 October AFC Bournemouth v Spurs 15:00
Saturday 29 October Arsenal v Nottingham Forest 15:00
Saturday 29 October Brentford v Wolves 15:00
Saturday 29 October Brighton v Chelsea 15:00
Saturday 29 October Crystal Palace v Southampton 15:00
Saturday 29 October Fulham v Everton 15:00
Saturday 29 October Leicester v Man City 15:00
Saturday 29 October Liverpool v Leeds 15:00
Saturday 29 October Man Utd v West Ham 15:00
Saturday 29 October Newcastle v Aston Villa 15:00
Saturday 5 November Aston Villa v Man Utd 15:00
Saturday 5 November Chelsea v Arsenal 15:00
Saturday 5 November Everton v Leicester 15:00
Saturday 5 November Leeds v AFC Bournemouth 15:00
Saturday 5 November Man City v Fulham 15:00
Saturday 5 November Nottingham Forest v Brentford 15:00
Saturday 5 November Southampton v Newcastle 15:00
Saturday 5 November Spurs v Liverpool 15:00
Saturday 5 November West Ham v Crystal Palace 15:00
Saturday 5 November Wolves v Brighton 15:00
Saturday 12 November AFC Bournemouth v Everton 15:00
Saturday 12 November Brighton v Aston Villa 15:00
Saturday 12 November Fulham v Man Utd 15:00
Saturday 12 November Liverpool v Southampton 15:00
Saturday 12 November Man City v Brentford 15:00
Saturday 12 November Newcastle v Chelsea 15:00
Saturday 12 November Nottingham Forest v Crystal Palace 15:00
Saturday 12 November Spurs v Leeds 15:00
Saturday 12 November West Ham v Leicester 15:00
Saturday 12 November Wolves v Arsenal 15:00
Monday 26 December Arsenal v West Ham 15:00
Monday 26 December Aston Villa v Liverpool 15:00
Monday 26 December Brentford v Spurs 15:00
Monday 26 December Chelsea v AFC Bournemouth 15:00
Monday 26 December Crystal Palace v Fulham 15:00
Monday 26 December Everton v Wolves 15:00
Monday 26 December Leeds v Man City 15:00
Monday 26 December Leicester v Newcastle 15:00
Monday 26 December Man Utd v Nottingham Forest 15:00
Monday 26 December Southampton v Brighton 15:00
Saturday 31 December AFC Bournemouth v Crystal Palace 15:00
Saturday 31 December Brighton v Arsenal 15:00
Saturday 31 December Fulham v Southampton 15:00
Saturday 31 December Liverpool v Leicester 15:00
Saturday 31 December Man City v Everton 15:00
Saturday 31 December Newcastle v Leeds 15:00
Saturday 31 December Nottingham Forest v Chelsea 15:00
Saturday 31 December Spurs v Aston Villa 15:00
Saturday 31 December West Ham v Brentford 15:00
Saturday 31 December Wolves v Man Utd 15:00
Monday 2 January Arsenal v Newcastle 15:00
Monday 2 January Aston Villa v Wolves 15:00
Monday 2 January Brentford v Liverpool 15:00
Monday 2 January Chelsea v Man City 15:00
Monday 2 January Crystal Palace v Spurs 15:00
Monday 2 January Everton v Brighton 15:00
Monday 2 January Leeds v West Ham 15:00
Monday 2 January Leicester v Fulham 15:00
Monday 2 January Man Utd v AFC Bournemouth 15:00
Monday 2 January Southampton v Nottingham Forest 15:00
Saturday 14 January Aston Villa v Leeds 15:00
Saturday 14 January Brentford v AFC Bournemouth 15:00
Saturday 14 January Brighton v Liverpool 15:00
Saturday 14 January Chelsea v Crystal Palace 15:00
Saturday 14 January Everton v Southampton 15:00
Saturday 14 January Man Utd v Man City 15:00
Saturday 14 January Newcastle v Fulham 15:00
Saturday 14 January Nottingham Forest v Leicester 15:00
Saturday 14 January Spurs v Arsenal 15:00
Saturday 14 January Wolves v West Ham 15:00
Saturday 21 January AFC Bournemouth v Nottingham Forest 15:00
Saturday 21 January Arsenal v Man Utd 15:00
Saturday 21 January Crystal Palace v Newcastle 15:00
Saturday 21 January Fulham v Spurs 15:00
Saturday 21 January Leeds v Brentford 15:00
Saturday 21 January Leicester v Brighton 15:00
Saturday 21 January Liverpool v Chelsea 15:00
Saturday 21 January Man City v Wolves 15:00
Saturday 21 January Southampton v Aston Villa 15:00
Saturday 21 January West Ham v Everton 15:00
Saturday 4 February Aston Villa v Leicester 15:00
Saturday 4 February Brentford v Southampton 15:00
Saturday 4 February Brighton v AFC Bournemouth 15:00
Saturday 4 February Chelsea v Fulham 15:00
Saturday 4 February Everton v Arsenal 15:00
Saturday 4 February Man Utd v Crystal Palace 15:00
Saturday 4 February Newcastle v West Ham 15:00
Saturday 4 February Nottingham Forest v Leeds 15:00
Saturday 4 February Spurs v Man City 15:00
Saturday 4 February Wolves v Liverpool 15:00
Saturday 11 February AFC Bournemouth v Newcastle 15:00
Saturday 11 February Arsenal v Brentford 15:00
Saturday 11 February Crystal Palace v Brighton 15:00
Saturday 11 February Fulham v Nottingham Forest 15:00
Saturday 11 February Leeds v Man Utd 15:00
Saturday 11 February Leicester v Spurs 15:00
Saturday 11 February Liverpool v Everton 15:00
Saturday 11 February Man City v Aston Villa 15:00
Saturday 11 February Southampton v Wolves 15:00
Saturday 11 February West Ham v Chelsea 15:00
Saturday 18 February Aston Villa v Arsenal 15:00
Saturday 18 February Brentford v Crystal Palace 15:00
Saturday 18 February Brighton v Fulham 15:00
Saturday 18 February Chelsea v Southampton 15:00
Saturday 18 February Everton v Leeds 15:00
Saturday 18 February Man Utd v Leicester 15:00
Saturday 18 February Newcastle v Liverpool 15:00
Saturday 18 February Nottingham Forest v Man City 15:00
Saturday 18 February Spurs v West Ham 15:00
Saturday 18 February Wolves v AFC Bournemouth 15:00
Saturday 25 February AFC Bournemouth v Man City 15:00
Saturday 25 February Crystal Palace v Liverpool 15:00
Saturday 25 February Everton v Aston Villa 15:00
Saturday 25 February Fulham v Wolves 15:00
Saturday 25 February Leeds v Southampton 15:00
Saturday 25 February Leicester v Arsenal 15:00
Saturday 25 February Man Utd v Brentford 15:00
Saturday 25 February Newcastle v Brighton 15:00
Saturday 25 February Spurs v Chelsea 15:00
Saturday 25 February West Ham v Nottingham Forest 15:00
Saturday 4 March Arsenal v AFC Bournemouth 15:00
Saturday 4 March Aston Villa v Crystal Palace 15:00
Saturday 4 March Brentford v Fulham 15:00
Saturday 4 March Brighton v West Ham 15:00
Saturday 4 March Chelsea v Leeds 15:00
Saturday 4 March Liverpool v Man Utd 15:00
Saturday 4 March Man City v Newcastle 15:00
Saturday 4 March Nottingham Forest v Everton 15:00
Saturday 4 March Southampton v Leicester 15:00
Saturday 4 March Wolves v Spurs 15:00
Saturday 11 March AFC Bournemouth v Liverpool 15:00
Saturday 11 March Crystal Palace v Man City 15:00
Saturday 11 March Everton v Brentford 15:00
Saturday 11 March Fulham v Arsenal 15:00
Saturday 11 March Leeds v Brighton 15:00
Saturday 11 March Leicester v Chelsea 15:00
Saturday 11 March Man Utd v Southampton 15:00
Saturday 11 March Newcastle v Wolves 15:00
Saturday 11 March Spurs v Nottingham Forest 15:00
Saturday 11 March West Ham v Aston Villa 15:00
Saturday 18 March Arsenal v Crystal Palace 15:00
Saturday 18 March Aston Villa v AFC Bournemouth 15:00
Saturday 18 March Brentford v Leicester 15:00
Saturday 18 March Brighton v Man Utd 15:00
Saturday 18 March Chelsea v Everton 15:00
Saturday 18 March Liverpool v Fulham 15:00
Saturday 18 March Man City v West Ham 15:00
Saturday 18 March Nottingham Forest v Newcastle 15:00
Saturday 18 March Southampton v Spurs 15:00
Saturday 18 March Wolves v Leeds 15:00
Saturday 1 April AFC Bournemouth v Fulham 15:00
Saturday 1 April Arsenal v Leeds 15:00
Saturday 1 April Brighton v Brentford 15:00
Saturday 1 April Chelsea v Aston Villa 15:00
Saturday 1 April Crystal Palace v Leicester 15:00
Saturday 1 April Everton v Spurs 15:00
Saturday 1 April Man City v Liverpool 15:00
Saturday 1 April Newcastle v Man Utd 15:00
Saturday 1 April Nottingham Forest v Wolves 15:00
Saturday 1 April West Ham v Southampton 15:00
Saturday 8 April Aston Villa v Nottingham Forest 15:00
Saturday 8 April Brentford v Newcastle 15:00
Saturday 8 April Fulham v West Ham 15:00
Saturday 8 April Leeds v Crystal Palace 15:00
Saturday 8 April Leicester v AFC Bournemouth 15:00
Saturday 8 April Liverpool v Arsenal 15:00
Saturday 8 April Man Utd v Everton 15:00
Saturday 8 April Southampton v Man City 15:00
Saturday 8 April Spurs v Brighton 15:00
Saturday 8 April Wolves v Chelsea 15:00
Saturday 15 April Aston Villa v Newcastle 15:00
Saturday 15 April Chelsea v Brighton 15:00
Saturday 15 April Everton v Fulham 15:00
Saturday 15 April Leeds v Liverpool 15:00
Saturday 15 April Man City v Leicester 15:00
Saturday 15 April Nottingham Forest v Man Utd 15:00
Saturday 15 April Southampton v Crystal Palace 15:00
Saturday 15 April Spurs v AFC Bournemouth 15:00
Saturday 15 April West Ham v Arsenal 15:00
Saturday 15 April Wolves v Brentford 15:00
Saturday 22 April AFC Bournemouth v West Ham 15:00
Saturday 22 April Arsenal v Southampton 15:00
Saturday 22 April Brentford v Aston Villa 15:00
Saturday 22 April Brighton v Man City 15:00
Saturday 22 April Crystal Palace v Everton 15:00
Saturday 22 April Fulham v Leeds 15:00
Saturday 22 April Leicester v Wolves 15:00
Saturday 22 April Liverpool v Nottingham Forest 15:00
Saturday 22 April Man Utd v Chelsea 15:00
Saturday 22 April Newcastle v Spurs 15:00
Tuesday 25 April Everton v Newcastle 19:45
Tuesday 25 April Leeds v Leicester 19:45
Tuesday 25 April Nottingham Forest v Brighton 19:45
Tuesday 25 April Spurs v Man Utd 19:45
Tuesday 25 April West Ham v Liverpool 19:45
Tuesday 25 April Wolves v Crystal Palace 19:45
Tuesday 25 April Aston Villa v Fulham 20:00
Wednesday 26 April Chelsea v Brentford 19:45
Wednesday 26 April Southampton v AFC Bournemouth 19:45
Wednesday 26 April Man City v Arsenal 20:00
Saturday 29 April AFC Bournemouth v Leeds 15:00
Saturday 29 April Arsenal v Chelsea 15:00
Saturday 29 April Brentford v Nottingham Forest 15:00
Saturday 29 April Brighton v Wolves 15:00
Saturday 29 April Crystal Palace v West Ham 15:00
Saturday 29 April Fulham v Man City 15:00
Saturday 29 April Leicester v Everton 15:00
Saturday 29 April Liverpool v Spurs 15:00
Saturday 29 April Man Utd v Aston Villa 15:00
Saturday 29 April Newcastle v Southampton 15:00
Saturday 6 May AFC Bournemouth v Chelsea 15:00
Saturday 6 May Brighton v Everton 15:00
Saturday 6 May Fulham v Leicester 15:00
Saturday 6 May Liverpool v Brentford 15:00
Saturday 6 May Man City v Leeds 15:00
Saturday 6 May Newcastle v Arsenal 15:00
Saturday 6 May Nottingham Forest v Southampton 15:00
Saturday 6 May Spurs v Crystal Palace 15:00
Saturday 6 May West Ham v Man Utd 15:00
Saturday 6 May Wolves v Aston Villa 15:00
Saturday 13 May Arsenal v Brighton 15:00
Saturday 13 May Aston Villa v Spurs 15:00
Saturday 13 May Brentford v West Ham 15:00
Saturday 13 May Chelsea v Nottingham Forest 15:00
Saturday 13 May Crystal Palace v AFC Bournemouth 15:00
Saturday 13 May Everton v Man City 15:00
Saturday 13 May Leeds v Newcastle 15:00
Saturday 13 May Leicester v Liverpool 15:00
Saturday 13 May Man Utd v Wolves 15:00
Saturday 13 May Southampton v Fulham 15:00
Saturday 20 May AFC Bournemouth v Man Utd 15:00
Saturday 20 May Brighton v Southampton 15:00
Saturday 20 May Fulham v Crystal Palace 15:00
Saturday 20 May Liverpool v Aston Villa 15:00
Saturday 20 May Man City v Chelsea 15:00
Saturday 20 May Newcastle v Leicester 15:00
Saturday 20 May Nottingham Forest v Arsenal 15:00
Saturday 20 May Spurs v Brentford 15:00
Saturday 20 May West Ham v Leeds 15:00
Saturday 20 May Wolves v Everton 15:00
Sunday 28 May Arsenal v Wolves 16:00
Sunday 28 May Aston Villa v Brighton 16:00
Sunday 28 May Brentford v Man City 16:00
Sunday 28 May Chelsea v Newcastle 16:00
Sunday 28 May Crystal Palace v Nottingham Forest 16:00
Sunday 28 May Everton v AFC Bournemouth 16:00
Sunday 28 May Leeds v Spurs 16:00
Sunday 28 May Leicester v West Ham 16:00
Sunday 28 May Man Utd v Fulham 16:00
Sunday 28 May Southampton v Liverpool 16:00

EPL table:

# Team Pl W D L F A GD Pts
1 Arsenal 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
2 Aston Villa 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
3 Bournemouth 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
4 Brentford 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
5 Brighton and Hove Albion 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
6 Chelsea 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
7 Crystal Palace 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
8 Everton 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
9 Fulham 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
10 Leeds United 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
11 Leicester City 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
12 Liverpool 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
13 Manchester City 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
14 Manchester United 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
15 Newcastle United 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
16 Nottingham Forest 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
17 Southampton 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
18 Tottenham Hotspur 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
19 West Ham United 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
20 Wolverhampton Wanderers 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Tottenham Hotspur sign Juventus duo Dejan Kulusevski and Rodrigo Bentancur
Tottenham Hotspur sign Juventus duo Dejan Kulusevski and Rodrigo Bentancur

Transfer Deadline Day: Tottenham Hotspur Secure Rodrigo Bentancur And Dejan Kulusevski Signings

Tottenham Hotspur have secured the signings of Juventus duo Dejan Kulusevski and Rodrigo Bentancur. North London giants were criticised for a lack of transfer activity lately but now have signed two high-profile midfielders to boost up their chances to finish this season in a top-four position in Premier League.

Dejan Kulusevski has already completed his medical in London today and there will be an official announcement in the afternoon. Bentancur is also flying to London for his medical and the Spurs are looking to unveil both signings together. Tottenham Hotspur are also in contact with Juventus striker Alvaro Morata who is on loan from Atletico Madrid but are unlikely to pull this deal due to time restrictions.

Tottenham Hotspur have agreed to the Dejan Kulusevski loan deal which includes full wages plus an option to buy for £33 million if they qualify for the Champions League next season. The 21-year-old Swedish star will be the first winter signing for Antonio Conte who wanted Kulusevski at Inter Milan last year.

Tottenham director Fabio Partici played a big role in the deal as it was shim who signed the player for Juventus two years ago. Kulusevski is capable of playing on both wings and centre midfield and has scored 2 goals and assisted 3 more in 27 matches this season.

Tottenham Hotspur secure Dejan Kulusevski on loan
Tottenham Hotspur secure Dejan Kulusevski on loan

Fabrizio Romano has confirmed that the 24-year-old Rodrigo Bentancur deal is also secured and done already. The player is on his way to London and will have medical soon. Both clubs have agreed on a £25 million transfer fee(including bonuses) and the player has agreed to a five-year deal. This is one of the best signings for Lillywhites who are struggling mainly in central midfield positions. The Uruguayan is a natural deep-lying midfielder and could be key in Conte’s 3-4-3 formation.

Tottenham Hotspur Closing On Bryan Gill, Tanguy Ndombele, and Giovani Lo Celso Exit:

Tottenham Hotspur are also working on midfield departure this week and have secured an exit for Bryan Gill, Tanguy Ndombele, and Giovani Lo Celso. All three players are set to leave on different loan deals and this suggests a big change in transfer policy as all of them were new signings at North London.

Tottenham Hotspur loan out Bryan Gill, Giovani Lo Celso, and Tanguy Ndombele
Tottenham Hotspur loan out Bryan Gill, Giovani Lo Celso, and Tanguy Ndombele

The 20-year-old Spanish winger, Bryan Gill, arrived from Sevilla just 7 months ago and now loaned out La Liga giants Valencia. Gill made 13 overall appearances this season but failed to score or assist any goal at Lillywhites. Argentine attacking midfielder Giovani Lo Celso is closing on a La Liga loan move with Villarreal but the deal will proceed after an official arrival of Rodrigo Bentancur.

Tanguay Ndombele is set to rejoin French giants Olympique Lyonnais on loan with an option to buy. Lyons and Spurs have agreed on a season-long loan with an obligation to buy at the end of this season. Fabrizio Romano has confirmed that this deal is facing some tax issues but it will not be an issue. He cost North London giants a club-record fee of £65 million in 2019 but failed to live up to the fans expectations at Spurs. He scored 10 goals in overall 91 matches for Tottenham, including 2 goals in 12 matches this season.

 

Juventus to accept Tottenham Hotspur's bid for Rodrigo Bentancur
Juventus to accept Tottenham Hotspur's bid for Rodrigo Bentancur

Tottenham Hotspur Bid For Defensive Midfielders Rodrigo Bentancur And Douglas Luiz

Tottenham Hotspur are pushing for a new midfield signing with a big-money bid for Rodrigo Bentancur and Douglas Luiz. Antonio Conte is keen on a midfield overhaul at Spurs and is looking to offload existing midfield players Tanguy Ndombele, Dele Alli, Bryan Gil, and Giovani Lo Celso. Tottenham fans are questioning the club’s recent conduct over transfer activity, and now the club is under pressure to sign high-profile players before the Monday transfer deadline.

AC Milan holding midfielder Franck Kessie was a first midfield priority signing for Conte but the player rejected their approach last week to stay at San Siro. Then Spurs also lost the race for Philippe Coutinho, Luiz Diaz, and Bruno Guimares and now focusing on other options. Tottenham technical director Fabio Partici is working on signing Juventus duo Dejan Kulusevski and Rodrigo Bentancur. Aston Villa holding midfielder Douglas Luiz is also linked with Lillywhites move but time is not in their favour.

Tottenham Hotspur closing on Dejan Kulusevski loan deal
Tottenham Hotspur closing on Dejan Kulusevski loan deal

According to the Daily Mail report, Juventus are considering accepting Tottenham Hotspur’s £25 million offer for Bentancur after rejecting a loan offer this week. Serie A giants also rejected a £21 million offer from Aston Villa and a loan offer from Lyons for the 24-year-old Uruguayan defensive midfielder. But they are willing to accept a £25 million offer from the Spurs and reject approaches for Brazilian midfielder Arthur Melo.

Tottenham Hotspur And Arsenal Preparing £32 Million Bid For Douglas Luiz:

Both North London giants have failed to secure their primary midfield targets this month and now looking to bid for Aston Villa midfielder Douglas Luiz. Daily Mail reports that Tottenham Hotspur are preparing a panic bid of around £32 million for a Brazilian international. This report also suggests that Tottenham’s sudden interest in Luiz rise after Arsenal’s latest bid for the player. Both teams are in the race for the top-four position this season and looking to boost their chances with some reinforcements till tomorrow.

Arsenal and Tottenham Hotspur to battle for Douglas Luiz
Arsenal and Tottenham Hotspur to battle for Douglas Luiz

The 23-year-old Brazilian midfielder arrived at Villa Park in 2019 and has made 94 appearances for the Villans. Arsenal are looking to replace Granit Xhaka with Luiz who has just 18 months remaining with Steven Gerrard’s side. The Gunners are desperate for a new midfielder before the transfer deadline day at Emirates after failed attempt to sign Arthur Melo and Bruno Guimaraes.

Steven Gerrard is reluctant to lose one of his star midfielders during mid-season but the club is considering negotiating offers for a higher transfer fee. Tottenham Hotspur are also working on Tanguy Ndomebele, Dele Alli, and Giovani Lo Celso’s exit in the next two days and Bentancur and Luiz’s deals depend on their exit. Spurs are unlikely to sign both the players as they are closing on the Dejan Kulusevski loan deal.

Tottenham Hotspur target Kulusevski and Morata to please Antonio Conte
Tottenham Hotspur target Kulusevski and Morata to please Antonio Conte

Tottenham Hotspur Target Alvaro Morata And Dejan Kulusevski To Please Antonio Conte

Tottenham Hotspur manager Antonio Conte is reportedly growing frustrated with the lack of effort from the club’s upper management to sign his desired transfer targets. Spurs manager targeted four key players to boost up for the top-four position race but the club failed to deliver. In fear of losing Antonio Conte mid-season, Spurs management is now looking to push for Juventus duo Alvaro Morata and Dejan Kulusevski.

It was an unpleasant Friday for Tottenham Hotspur manager and fans as they saw their key targets Adama Traore joining Barcelona and Luiz Diaz joining rivals Liverpool. Before that, earlier this month, another potential target Philippe Coutinho joined Aston Villa on loan and Franck Kessie rejected their approach to stay with AC Milan.

Liverpool beat Tottenham Hotspur to sign Luiz Diaz
Liverpool beat Tottenham Hotspur to sign Luiz Diaz

This clearly states a lack of effort and commitment by upper management to strengthen the club that is challenging for the top-four finish. Now Lillywhites are pushing for quality reinforcements to salvage something out of this disappointing transfer window, before the Monday transfer deadline.

Tottenham Hotspur Target Juventus Pair Alvaro Morata And Dejan Kulusevski:

According to reputed journalists Fabrizio Romano and Alfredo Pedulla, Tottenham Hotspur and Juventus are in advanced talks over a loan deal for Dejan Kulusevski. Juventus are looking to sell the 21-year-old Swedish winger to balance the books at Turin after their £62 million signing Dusan Vlavocic from Fiorentina yesterday.

Spurs technical director Fabio Paratici, who signed Kulusevski for Juventus in 2020, is negotiating a deal to bring the player to North London. Tottenham Hotspur have made a loan offer that includes full wages plus a £25 million mandatory buy-clause in summer but the Old Lady are demanding a £33 million mandatory buy-clause fee for their midfielder. Spurs are expected to accept their counter-offer as rivals Arsenal are also in contention to sign Dejan Kulusevski.

Tottenham Hotspur are closing to Dejan Kulusevski deal
Tottenham Hotspur are closing to Dejan Kulusevski deal

The 29-year-old Spanish striker, Alvaro Morata, who is on loan from Atletico Madrid, is looking for a Juventus exit this month after falling out with manager Massimiliano Allegri. Now Serie A giants will be open to the idea of terminating the Morata loan deal as they have enough attacking options with Dusan Vlahovic’s arrival at Allianz Arena.

Juventus are looking to terminate Alvaro Morata loan
Juventus are looking to terminate Alvaro Morata loan

Antonio Conte worked with Alvaro Morata during his Chelsea stint and Tottenham Hotspur are looking to sign the Spanish international before the Monday transfer deadline. According to the Mirror, Spurs are willing to pay £30 million for the former Real Madrid star, but face competition from Barcelona who are still leading the race for Morata.

Liverpool set to sign Luiz Diaz for just £37.5 million
Liverpool set to sign Luiz Diaz for just £37.5 million

Liverpool Beat Tottenham Hotspur For £50 Million FC Porto Winger Luiz Diaz

European giants Liverpool and Juventus have officially completed the signing of their key transfer targets on Friday. Liverpool signed FC Porto winger Luiz Diaz for just £37.5 million-plus £12.5 add-ons, pending medical on Saturday. Serie A giants Juventus completed Fiorentina striker Dusan Vlahovic for a £62 million-plus add-ons.

Liverpool showed interest in the 25-year-old Colombian winger earlier this month but no offer was made till this week. Premier League giants Manchester United and Tottenham Hotspur were also tracking Diaz’ situation this month. Spurs had a similar bid to Liverpool rejected this week after it was reported that the player was not interested in a North London move.

Luiz Diaz rejected Tottenham Hotspur approach this week
Luiz Diaz rejected Tottenham Hotspur approach this week

Luiz Diaz is in dazzling form for the Portuguese giants this season with 14 goals and 4 assists in just 18 Primeira Liga fixtures. He has also scored 2 Champions League goals this season and has faced Liverpool twice in group stage matches. Diaz was a joint top goalscorer with 4 goals in last year’s Copa America and is currently in Argentina for the World Cup Qualifiers.

Goal reports that the player had his heart set on the Anfield move and he was quick to accept the personal contract terms in the first meeting with Liverpool representatives. He will be going under medical in Argentina on Saturday as the Reds are sending their staff members to monitor. With the transfer window closing on Monday midnight, Liverpool are pushing for a medical and the official announcement will take place on Saturday or Sunday morning.

Liverpool set to announce Luiz Diaz deal on Saturday
Liverpool set to announce Luiz Diaz deal on Saturday

FC Porto Manager Furious With Liverpool Signing Luiz Diaz For Just £50 Million:

According to a report from A Bola, FC Porto manager Sergio Conceicao has expressed his anger over the sudden departure of Luiz Diaz to Liverpool. Conceicao pointed out the club’s conduct over this deal was questionable as they forked out just £37.5 million for Diaz. The Colombian star had a £67 million release clause and this deal is nowhere near that figure.

But it was reported that the Portuguese giants’ poor finances forced them to sell out their star player for a lower fee. Conceicao also highlighted the impact of losing a star player during mid-season when they are challenging for the Primeira Liga title this season. Porto sit at top of the table with 53 points from the 19 matches, 6 points ahead of Sporting and 9 points ahead of Benfica.

Luiz Diaz rejects Tottenham Hotspur approach
Luiz Diaz rejects Tottenham Hotspur approach

Luiz Diaz Rejects Tottenham Hotspur Approach As Tanguy Ndombele Set For Valencia Loan

In another blow for Tottenham Hotspur, FC Porto star Luiz Diaz has rejected the contract offer from the Premier League giants. Spurs had a £38 million bid rejected by Portuguese giants this week and now the player himself has ruled out the North London move. Before Diaz’s rejection, Philippe Coutinho and Franck Kessi also rejected Spurs’offer this month.

The 25-year-old Colombian winger has been in sensational form with 14 goals and 4 assists in 18 Primeira Liga matches this season. He also scored 4 goals in 5 Copa America matches and was the joint top goalscorer alongside Lionel Messi last year. His sudden rise has attracted some of the biggest European clubs this month, including Premier League against Liverpool and Manchester United.

Liverpool and Manchester United keeping tabs on Luiz Diaz
Liverpool and Manchester United keeping tabs on Luiz Diaz

Liverpool also approached FC Porto to enquire about the player’s availability this month but were turned by the Portuguese side who are not looking to offload their star player mid-season. But Diaz has a £67 million release clause in his current contract and Porto are looking to accept any offer above that. Manchester United have reportedly sent scouts to watch Diaz this season and he is on their shortlist for the summer transfer window.

According to a report from the Record, Porto have rejected the first £38 million offer for Diaz from Tottenham Hotspur. Now Spurs are preparing another offer of around £46 million but Diaz is not interested in the North London move, which leaves Liverpool and Manchester United in driving seat.

Tottenham Hotspur Set To Offload Tanguy Ndombele And Dele Alli To Raise Funds For Luiz Diaz:

Club record signing Tanguy Ndombele and English midfielder Dele Alli are closing on Tottenham Hotspur exit this month as Antonio Conte is looking to raise funds to conclude some business this month. Fans and pundits have raised their doubts over the club leaving it so late to do transfer activity and only 4 days remain when the transfer window gets closed.

Valencia are closing on Tanguy Ndombele
Valencia are closing on Tanguy Ndombele

According to journalist Julien Maynard, Ndombele is closing on the Valencia loan deal but the French midfielder is looking for a Paris Saint-Germain move who have offered Georginio Wijnaldun in a player swap loan deal. Ndombele has fallen out in pecking order since the arrival of manager Antonio Conte and hasn’t played since the Boxing Day last day.

Conte is also pushing for Dele Alli’s departure this month and instructed the club to find a new club for the English playmaker. Alli has been struggling lately with just 1 goal and 1 assist in 12 matches this season and lost his regular first-team place under Antonio Conte. According to a report from Daily Mail, Tottenham Hotspur have received 5 offers for Dele Alli this month including Bundesliga giants Borussia Dortmund. But Lillywhites are planning to loan out the 25-year-old star to Premier League clubs, as they believe that Alli still has a future at the club.

AC Milan midfielder Franck Kessie rejects contract offer from Tottenham Hotspur
AC Milan midfielder Franck Kessie rejects contract offer from Tottenham Hotspur

AC Milan Ace Franck Kessie Rejects Tottenham Hotspur Offer And Will Stay At San Siro Till Summer

Franck Kessie has rejected a contract offer from Tottenham Hotspur and to stay at San Siro till this summer, the best news for AC Milan fans in this transfer window. AC Milan are focusing on winning the Serie A title this season and Kessie will be a key for them in the next four months. Also, Italian giants now have more time to convince the player to extend his contract beyond the summer.

AC Milan lost star player Ginaluigi Donnarumma and Hakan Calhanoglu last summer on free transfer. The club has lost other key players on a free transfer in recent years as well, after failing to extend their contracts with improved wages. This may be one of the reasons for their sharp decline in Serie A standings. But manager Stefano Pioli guided Milan to the title challenge last season where they finished in 2nd position, 12 points behind leaders Inter Milan.

AC Milan manager Stefano Pioli is keen on keeping Franck Kessie beyond this summer
AC Milan manager Stefano Pioli is keen on keeping Franck Kessie beyond this summer

This season Rossoneri are once again battling it out with their neighbours for the Serie A title as they sit just 4 points behind leaders Nerazzurri after 13 matches. Milan are definitely on the rise in Italian football but they need to hold on to their key players leaving for the direct rivals. Hakan Calhanoglu joined Inter Milan and has been one of the best players in the league this season, same goes for Matteo De Sciglio and Manuel Locatelli, who are in impressive form at Juventus.

Franck Kessie Rejects Tottenham Contract After Both Clubs Agreed Transfer Fee:

Tottenham Hotspur manager Antonio Conte is a big admirer of the 25-year-old Ivorian box-to-box midfielder and was keen on signing him this month. Spurs made a cut-price transfer offer for Kessie at the start of this month and Milan accepted it after their failed attempt to convince the player to sign a contract extension. But now Calciomercato reports that Kessie has rejected the contract offer after his call with Tottenham Hotspur technical director Fabio Patrici.

Tottenham Hotspur fail with their attempt to sign Franck Kessie
Tottenham Hotspur fail with their attempt to sign Franck Kessie

The report states that the player is willing to stay out at AC Milan who are chasing the Serie A title and he will totally be committed to that clause. This is a big blow for Tottenham Hotspur who are already in discussion to let go of their midfield player Tanguy Ndombele and Dele Alli to make a place for Franck Kessie. Tottenham Hotspur are also in discussion with Paris Saint-Germain over a possible player swap deal involving midfielders Ndombele and Georginio Wijnaldum.

Arsenal and Real Madrid were also shown strong interest in Franck Kessie this month but all the suitors will now be preparing for a summer deal for Kessie if AC Milan fail to extend his contract in the next five months. Kessie scored 13 league goals last season and has scored 5 goals already in 16 Serie A starts this season.

Antonio Conte demand reinforcements at Tottenham Hotspur
Antonio Conte demand reinforcements at Tottenham Hotspur

Tottenham Hotspur To Secure Four Transfers This Week: Cho, Wijnaldum, Draxler, And Traore

Tottenham Hotspur are tipped to complete four signings this week before the winter transfer window gets closed on midnight 31st January. Manager Antonio Conte has asked the club management for reinforcements at the start of this month but Premier League giants have yet to sign any of their targets. But now club technical director Fabio Patrici, who worked with Conte at Juventus, is looking to land every possible Conte’s target this month.

Tottenham Hotspur suffered a 0-2 defeat in a London derby against Chelsea on Sunday and since then Conte has been stretching and demanding more activity from the upper management. He has identified four positions that need to be strengthened this window, a backup striker to Harry Kane, an attacking midfielder, right wing-back, and centre-back.

Football insider reports that Tottenham Hotspur have opened talks with Angers forward Mohamed-Ali Cho who is valued at £16.7 million and Spurs are willing to pay that fee. The 18-year-old forward has shown great potential this season in his 2 goals in 19 Ligue appearances this season. European scouts have backed up him as one for the future and Spurs are looking to sign this month before rivals show interest this summer.

Tottenham Hotspur bid £16.7 million for Mohamed-Ali Cho
Tottenham Hotspur bid £16.7 million for Mohamed-Ali Cho

According to a report from 90min, Paris Saint-Germain midfielder Georginio Wijnaldum and forward Julian Draxler are interested in a Premier League move with Tottenham Hotspur. PSG are working on a loan deal to sign French midfielder Tanguy Ndombele this month and looking to exchange either Wijnaldum or Draxler in this deal. Former Liverpool midfielder has been struggling to settle in Ligue 1 after his arrival last summer. Not he is looking to immediate Premier League return with Tottenham Hotspur and Newcastle United showing strong interest.

Georginio Wijnaldum wants Premier League return with Tottenham Hotspur
Georginio Wijnaldum wants Premier League return with Tottenham Hotspur

Tottenham Hotspur are also looking to sign Wolverhampton Wanderers right wing-back Adama Traore for a transfer fee of £20 million and are expected to close this deal in the coming days. North London giants definitely need a new centre-back this month and are leading the race for Sevilla defender Diego Carlos for a reported transfer fee of £30 million.

But Tottenham Hotspur Need To Sell Three Key Players First:

Spurs management has instructed Antonio Conte to offload some of his fringe players to sign his key targets this month. Tottenham Hotspur have made Dele Alli, Giovani Lo Celso, Tanguy Ndombele, and Matt Doherty available for transfer this month. Lo Celso was dropped for the Chelsea fixture completely and later player posted on his Instagram handle that he was totally fit to play. Sevilla are interested in a loan deal for the Argentine attacking midfielder and will try to make a bid this week.

Tottenham Hotspur are keen to sell Dele Alli and Tanguy Ndombele this month
Tottenham Hotspur are keen to sell Dele Alli and Tanguy Ndombele this month

PSG are closing on the Tanguy Ndombele loan deal, as Spurs are desperate to sell their most-expensive signing ever this month. If Conte agrees on Wijnaldum transfer then it will be a direct player swap deal with no loan fee involved. Tottenham will find it tough to convince Dele Alli to look for a new club this month, who has already rejected a chance to sign for Newcastle United this month. Tottenham Hotspur is favourites to win the top-four position race but definitely need reinforcements before the transfer window closes in 6 days.

Marcus Rashford guides Manchester United to top-four
Marcus Rashford guides Manchester United to top-four

Premier League Matchday 23: Liverpool And Chelsea Close The Gap After Manchester City Drop Points, Red Devils Up To 4th Position

English Premier League Matchday 23 saw Liverpool and Chelsea taking advantage after Manchester City dropped points against Southampton. Manchester United returned to the top-four position for the first time since the arrival of new manager Ralf Rangnick. Arsenal, Leicester City, and Tottenham Hotspur also lose points in the top-four race. In the relegation battle, Newcastle United recorded their second win of the season to move up to 18th position.

There are some big changes at both ends of the league table and some surprise results for leaders Manchester City and last-placed Newcastle United. Let’s review English Premier League Matchday 23 results.

Manchester City Drop Points Against Southampton:

League leaders Manchester City dropped 2 points against Southampton after a 1-1 draw at St. Mary Stadium on Saturday evening. The Saints took an early lead with full-back Kyle Walker-Peters scoring the first goal at 7′ minutes into the match. But Spanish centre-back Aymeric Laporte scored the equalizer with a free header in the second half to rescue a point for the champions.

Manchester City drop two points against Southampton
Manchester City drop two points against Southampton

This ended Manchester City’s 12 games winning streak but more importantly, dropping two points at this stage is a worrying sign for manager Pep Guardiola. Liverpool are not much behind the league table and any more slip-ups will boost the Reds’ chances to the title chase. The Citizens now sit at top of the table with 57 points from the opening 23 matches, still 9 points ahead of second-placed Liverpool. Manchester City face Championship side Fulham in the FA Cup fourth round fixture next Saturday at Etihad Stadium.

Liverpool And Chelsea Record Important Wins To Close Gap With Manchester City:

Liverpool and Chelsea, whose respective fixtures were scheduled on Sunday, capitalized on Manchester City’s draw on Saturday. The Reds won by 1-3 against Crystal Palace away after a dominating display at Selhurst Park Stadium. World-class centre-back Virgil van Dijk scored the opener at 8′ minute and Alex Oxlade-Chamberlian scored another to take 0-2 lead in the first half. French forward Odsonne Edouard pulled one back for the hosts at the start of the second half to put pressure on Liverpool. But Liverpool won and scored another late goal via penalty to ensure important three points. This win brought Liverpool to just 9 points closer to Manchester City with an extra game in hand as well.

Chelsea against Tottenham Hotspur was the biggest game of this matchday 27 and Blues won by 2-0 at home to remain in the title race. Both managers Thomas Tuchel and Antonio Conte changed the formation for this London Derby due to their latest defensive woes. Both teams lacked intensity in the first half but the Blues dominated the second half with possession and chances created. Hakim Ziyech scored a stunning goal from the edge of the Spurs box and veteran defender Thiago Silva scored a thumping header to end Chelsea’s winning drought in the last four matches.

Chelsea ended their four match winless run
Chelsea ended their four match winless run

The Blues are still 10 points behind the Citizens and also have played an extra game, but this was a much-needed result for Thomas Tuchel. Chelsea face Plymouth Argyle and Liverpool face Cardiff City at home in FA Cup fourth round fixture next Saturday.

Manchester United Capitalize As Arsenal, West Ham United, Tottenham Hotspur, And Leicester City Drop Points:

Manchester City, Liverpool, and Chelsea will definitely finish in the top-three position in the Premier League table. So the race for the fourth spot is becoming more fierce after every matchday as there are at least 5 teams competing for this one position. Manchester United forward Marcus Rashford scored a 93′ minute winner to earn three points in a 1-0 win against West Ham United at Old Trafford. These three points boost them from 7th position to 4th and this is the first time Ralf Rangnick has been in the top-four position since his arrival. West Ham United slipped to 5th position but just a point separate them from the Red Devils.

Gunners missed a chance to regain their 4th position as they were held by relegation bound side Burnely at home in a 0-0 draw. Mikel Arteta’s side now sit in 6th position with 36 points, just 2points behind Manchester United, and also have a game in hand. Tottenham Hotspur also have 36 points after this matchday 23 but have played 2 games less than Red Devils.

Arsenal drawn 0-0 against Brighton in Premier League matchday 23
Arsenal drawn 0-0 against Brighton in Premier League matchday 23

Leicester City, who were an early contender for the top-four race, now struggling in 10th position after another disappointing display against Brighton and Hove Albion. The Foxes conceded a late goal by Danny Welbeck in a 1-1 draw at home which denied them crucial 3 points. Brendan Rodgers’ side now have just 26 points from the opening 20 matches, 12 points behind Manchester United. This definitely hampered their ay hope for the top-four race but the Foxes can now try to finish in the top-six to qualify for the next season Europa League.

Newcastle United Record Their First Win Of The Year:

All the eyes are on Newcastle United this season since they become the richest football club in the world two months ago. Their unexpected performances at the start of the season have put them in the relegation battle but the current winter window has given them the necessary boost to survive the relegation from the Premier League this season. Manager Eddie Howe spent big to sign Chris Wood and Kieran Trippier this month and working on other deals as well.

Newcastle United won against Leeds United to record their second win of this season
Newcastle United won against Leeds United to record their second win of this season

Newcastle United managed to gain a draw in their last match against Watford at home. But now registered a surprise 0-1 away win against Leeds United yesterday, which is their only a second win in 21 matches this season. With this win, the Magpies jump to two positions from 20th to 18th, and now are just a point behind 17th placed Norwich City.

Premier League Matchday 23 Results And Table:

Watford 0-3 Norwich City

Everton 0-1 Aston Villa

Brentford 1-2 Wolves

Leeds United 0-1 Newcastle

Manchester United 1-0 West Ham

Southampton 1-1 Manchester City

Crystal Palace 1-3 Liverpool

Arsenal 0-0 Burnley

Leicester City 1-1 Brighton

Chelsea 2-0 Tottenham Hotspur

Chelsea enter the race for Lille star Jonathan David
Chelsea enter the race for Lille star Jonathan David

Chelsea Join Arsenal And Tottenham Hotspur For The Signature Of Lille Striker Jonathan David

Chelsea and Barcelona become the latest clubs to register interest in LOSC Lille striker Jonathan David. Last month, the player’s agent confirmed that his client will be leaving the club in search of a bigger club. Since then Three Premier League clubs and two La Liga giants have shortlisted Jonathan David for the summer transfer.

The 22-year-old Canadian striker is leading the Ligue 1 charts this season with 12 goals in 21 matches. He has scored 3 Champions League goals and 1 goal in French Cup as well. Jonathan David has been in sensational form his national team this season with 7 goals in 12 matches. His emergence as one of the best strikers in Ligue 1 has raised his transfer value from £15 million to around £50 million in just two years.

Premier League clubs are chasing Lille striker Jonathan David
Premier League clubs are chasing Lille striker Jonathan David

The player’s agent also confirmed that David is not looking for a January move but is in favor of starting negotiating this month. The French champions are struggling with just 32 points from 21 matches this season and lying in 8th position in the league table. Finishing in the top-three position is still a realistic target for Lille but they are already 5 points behind 3rd placed Marseille who have played a game less. Lille are also willing to sell their star player this summer but will demand a much higher fee as Jonathan David’s contract expires in 2025.

Chelsea To Replace Romelu Lukaku With Jonathan David Next Season?

According to a report from TSN, Chelsea and Barcelona have contacted Lille over the player’s valuation this week. The Blues are linked with multiple forward options since Romelu Lukaku’s controversial remarks last month. Chelsea spent £98 million last summer to bring back the Belgian striker from Inter Milan but the player has been trending at Stamford Bridge for wrong reasons. He expressed his desire to return to Inter in the future after failing to settle at West London. Since then he was dropped for a crucial Liverpool fixture and was drafted back into the first team after an apology.

Chelsea to replace Romelu Lukaku with Jonathan David
Chelsea to replace Romelu Lukaku with Jonathan David

But Lukaku has been struggling to perform since that incident and other forwards Timo Werner and Christian Pulisic are not helping the cause. This has resulted in Chelsea linking with Erling Haaland, Paulo Dybala, and now Jonathan David. Thomas Tuchel will face big competition for the player’s signature and need to sell key forwards to fund this deal in the summer.

La Liga giants Barcelona and Real Madrid are also keeping tabs on Jonathan David who are in the market for the new striker but the Canadian international is not the first priority for them. Real Madrid are strongly linked with Kylian Mbappe and Erling Haaland where Barcelona are going for Alvaro Morata this summer. So it seems that the Premier League move is on the card for the player with all top-three London teams chasing Jonathan David.

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