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 By Alex Crook

Southampton and Ronald Koeman show signs of cracking after Euro woe

Southampton crashed out of Europe on Thursday evening and have yet to win a Premier League match this season.

When Ronald Koeman led Southampton into Europe last season on the back of the most destabilising summer since the club narrowly avoided going out of business, he was rightly hailed a miracle-worker.

Little did he know his greatest challenge was still to come. Saints have made a disappointing start to Koeman's second season in charge and their run of only two points from their opening three Premier League games was followed by a limp Europa League playoff exit at the hands of unfancied Danish side...

 By Alex Crook

Southampton can get Premier League lift with win at Midtjylland

Southampton manager Ronald Koeman says that his side's 0-0 draw against Watford "wasn't a draw" in his opinion, but did indicate that the defense of both sides were just too strong.

Southampton will play in more glamourous surroundings than the 11,800-seater MCH Arena in Herning, Denmark, but the second leg of their Europa League playoff with Midtjylland on Thursday could prove to be the perfect backdrop to kickstart their season.

A year ago this week Ronald Koeman's side travelled to Championship outfit Millwall for a League Cup second round tie and scraped through, having picked up just one point from their opening two Premier League outings. Four days later Saints came...

 By Alex Crook

Could Charlie Austin solve sputtering Southampton's attacking woes?

Southampton manager Ronald Koeman says that his side's 0-0 draw against Watford "wasn't a draw" in his opinion, but did indicate that the defense of both sides were just too strong.

Ronald Koeman will spend the final nine days of the transfer window largely preoccupied by trying to prise Dutch defender Virgil van Dijk away from Celtic, but maybe the Southampton manager should also consider breaking the bank to bring QPR striker Charlie Austin to the south coast.

When tabloid speculation linked Saints with a move for Austin earlier this summer, club sources were quick to distance themselves from the rumour. However, after failing to score in their last two Premier League outings,...

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Raphael Varane and John Stones set to replace John Terry at Chelsea?

ESPN FC's Alexis Nunes and Tommy Smyth discuss John Terry's substitution last weekend against Manchester City and if he will start against West Brom.

As always, Transfer Talk has its finger on the pulse when it comes to the latest rumours and gossip. See all the latest deals here.

TOP STORY: Chelsea want Raphael Varane, John Stones to replace John Terry

Chelsea's "captain, leader, legend" may soon have to settle for simply being a legend of the club, with the Mail reporting that John Terry is fearing for his Stamford Bridge future after the Premier League champions made an enquiry about Real Madrid centre-back Raphael Varane.

The Blues' captain...

 By Alex Crook

Sadio Mane to Manchester United a deal Southampton can't resist forever

ESPN FC's Steve Nicol says Sadio Mane is not ready to leave Southampton for Manchester United.

Southampton are determined to keep star man Sadio Mane beyond the end of the transfer window, but their fans should cherish him while he is there because it is only a matter of time until he becomes the latest big-name to depart St Mary's.

Mane is a certain starter against Watford on Sunday after Koeman insisted no more players will be sold between now and Sep. 1 but for all their posturing about no longer being a selling club, the facts suggest otherwise.

When Morgan Schneiderlin completed his...

 By Alex Crook

Southampton shaken but ready for Europa League test vs. FC Midtjylland

Ronald Koeman will likely name a strong, close to first-choice XI in the Europa League to keep momentum going.

Southampton did a fantastic job remembering former owner Markus Liebherr before last weekend's Premier League defeat to Everton but the greatest tribute they could pay would be securing qualification for the Europa League group stage and fulfilling another of their saviour's dreams.

There was hardly a dry eye in the house at St Mary's on Saturday as a giant flag with a picture of Liebherr underneath the slogan "Forever a Saint" was unfurled on the pitch and chairman Ralph Krueger gave a typically...