Frenkie De Jong: Barcelona midfielder 'wants to stay' says club president Laporta
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Lucy Bronze wants to win Champions League with BarcelonaEngland defender Lucy Bronze tells Football Focus she wants to win the Champions League with Barcelona after joining from Manchester City this summer.
Man City v Man Utd: Erik ten Hag facing a derby dilemma - Danny Murphy analysisMOTD2 pundit Danny Murphy says Manchester United manager Erik ten Hag has a big decision to make in midfield for Sunday's Manchester derby.
Erling Haaland's records - and the ones he could break as Man City face Man UtdErling Haaland has already broken several records this season and there could be plenty more to come.
Gary Neville jokes with Keir Starmer at Labour conference
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Cristiano Ronaldo: Manchester United forward charged over fan's phone incidentManchester United forward Cristiano Ronaldo is charged by the Football Association over footage which appeared to show him knocking a phone out of a fan's hand.
MOTDx: Manchester United's Nikita Parris returns to Toxteth to help inspire young footballersManchester United and England forward Nikita Parris returns to her childhood neighbourhood of Toxteth in Liverpool with MOTDx's Mollie Kmita.
Crystal Palace 1-2 Chelsea: Graham Potter 'delighted' with first winGraham Potter is "delighted" with his first win as Chelsea manager as they beat Crystal Palace 2-1 at Selhurst Park.
Crystal Palace 1-2 Chelsea: Conor Gallagher hits late winner to earn boss Graham Potter first victoryConor Gallagher returns to Selhurst Park to haunt Crystal Palace with a stunning late winner to give Graham Potter a controversial first win as Chelsea boss.
Chelsea: President of business Tom Glick initially dismissed complaint from female agent as 'not relevant' to his jobChelsea's president of business initially dismissed a complaint about inappropriate text messages sent by the club's commercial director to a female agent as..
Highlights: Chelsea come from behind to beat West Ham in WSLGoals from Fran Kirby, Sam Kerr and Millie Bright see Chelsea turn around an early deficit and beat London rivals West Ham 3-1 in the Women's Super League.
Chelsea 3-1 West Ham: Blues come from behind to beat West HamChelsea recover from an early setback to beat West Ham in the Women's Super League at Kingsmeadow.
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