Roberto Firmino is simply getting more credit at Liverpool after Philippe Coutinho left, manager Jurgen Klopp said.
Pep Guardiola believes having one foot in the Champions League quarter-finals will help Manchester City in key Premier League clashes.
Liverpool have welcomed Nathaniel Clyne back to full training, although he remains some way short of a first-team return.
Cenk Tosun's adaptation to life at Everton has been slow so far, but he is unconcerned, adamant that he will be sharper in the coming weeks.
Les Ferdinand, who coached Ryan Mason in his early career at Tottenham, was left disappointed at the news of the midfielder's retirement.
Arsenal will be without the services of striker Alexandre Lacazette for at least a month after having a minor operation on his knee.
A 3-0 loss at Chelsea on Monday leaves West Brom bottom of the table, with the chairman and chief executive the ones to pay the price.
Chelsea welcomed Alvaro Morata back from injury on Monday and he is hoping to repay Antonio Conte for the faith placed in him.
Virgil van Dijk is a "top player" and will only get better at Liverpool, goalkeeper Loris Karius said.
Alexandre Lacazette's knee injury comes as a "massive blow" to Arsenal, but Arsene Wenger thinks it may explain his poor form.
A knee injury suffered in December has proven more complex than first thought for Gabriel Jesus, who admits he is a little "scared".
Swansea City manager Carlos Carvalhal believes on-loan midfielder Renato Sanches will make a quicker-than-expected return to action.
Arsenal, Tottenham and Chelsea have been linked with Richarlison, but the forward claims he is happy at Watford.
Talk about Arsene Wenger leaving Arsenal before the end of his new Gunners deal are wide of the mark, according to the Frenchman.
Newcastle United defender Paul Dummett has been rewarded for his recent fine form, signing a new deal at the Premier League club.
After admitting breaching a club curfew in Spain, Gareth Barry and Jonny Evans are named in West Brom's side to face Southampton.
Barcelona have a slight edge over Chelsea in Champions League knockout ties, something Ernesto Valverde was quick to remind the Blues.
A judge at Liverpool Crown Court has sentenced Barry Bennell to 31 years for abusing junior football players.