Transfer Talk
Transfer Talk
Jan 10, 2020
Are Fernandes and Van de Beek United's answer, Jose's Spurs masterplan and where next for Sancho?
51 min
Portuguese journalist Filipe Dias and ESPN senior football writer Mark Ogden join the show to discuss Manchester United's interest in Sporting Lisbon's Bruno Fernandes and Ajax's Donny van de Beek. Jadon Sancho is attracting huge interest across Europe - the panel discuss the likelihood of a move and what club would be the best fit for the England winger. Sky Sports News north-west reporter Ben Ransom explains what a potential overhaul at Manchester City could look like if Pep Guardiola has his way and if Leroy Sane will be part of it.  After Harry Kane and Moussa Sissoko joined Tottenham's growing injury list, the panel explore what players Jose Mourinho may look to add to ease the burden. They also discuss the effect Mourinho has already had on Spurs and how he will look to evolve the team. And that's not all, we also have news from Chelsea, West Ham, Crystal Palace, Newcastle, Sheffield United, Celtic and Rangers.
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Jurgen Klopp Blows His Top
Another weekend ends with an argument over VAR - this time it's Jurgen Klopp who's fuming after Liverpool drop points thanks to a last minute penalty from Brighton, their manager Graham Potter admits it was soft. It's a big weekend for Manchester's United and City with Ole Gunnar Solskjær comparing match-winner Edinson Cavani with United legend, Andy Cole. By a stroke of luck, the man himself was in the talkSPORT studio for the Sunday Session and gave his thoughts on the comparison before telling the story of United's infamous grey kit swap at The Dell back in 1996. There was a huge Fight Night on Saturday - talkSPORT had exclusive coverage as Daniel Dubois took on Joe Joyce and Mike Tyson returned to the ring for the first time in 15 years to 'take on' Roy Jones Jnr. Three days after starting their T20 series with South Africa, England wrapped it up by winning the second game by 4 wickets - this time Dawid Malan was the hero with the bat. On Sunday evening, former England opener Marcus Trescothick opens up about how anxiety and depression ended his England career on the latest episode of 'After The Lights Go Out'. While there's a lot of conversation around the link between heading the ball and dementia, Wycombe boss Gareth Ainsworth joins The Warm Up to discuss his concerns with Max Rushden and Barry Glendenning. Premier League managers Steve Bruce, Carlo Ancelotti and Chris Wilder added their own memories and tributes to Diego Maradonna following his death, with Tony Cascarino telling the hilarious story of how he almost ended up playing with the Golden Boy. Darren Bent crossed over live to Glasgow where Celtic fans were holding a protest outside Celtic Park after the clubs latest defeat and Darren Ambrose pays tribute to his former teammate at Birmingham City - Papa Bouba Diop - who sadly died on Sunday, aged 42..   See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
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