Manchester City and Arsenal are set to restart the Premier League in the rearranged version of the first game canceled in the UK because of COVID-19, with all 20 clubs said to have reached an agreement in principle on Thursday.
A World Trade Organization report has determined that there is a direct link between alleged illegal television network beoutQ and the Saudi Arabian state in a move which casts doubt on the impending takeover of Newcastle United.
Newcastle are set to become one of the Premier League's wealthiest clubs after a mega-rich consortium, led by the Saudi Public Investment Fund (PIF) and controlled by Crown Prince Mohammed Bin Salman, reportedly received approval.
Arsenal star Alexandre Lacazette is in hot water with his club AGAIN after photos appeared in UK newspapers showing the French forward appearing to inhale nitrous oxide – sometimes known as 'hippy crack' – from a balloon.
If the Saudi-backed takeover of Newcastle United seemed to inch closer last week, the last few days have put it on the back foot and left many wondering whether bitter rivals Qatar could sink Saudi hopes of Premier League entry.