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Lyon chief expects Memphis Depay to sign from Man United within '48 hours'

Is this Memphis Depay's last chance to make an impact at a big club?
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The FC crew evaluate Memphis Depay's struggles with Manchester United and concerns about his lifestyle off the pitch.

Lyon president Jean-Michel Aulas believes Memphis Depay is champing at the bit to show his "immense talent" as the Netherlands forward puts the final touches on his move from Manchester United.

Aulas expects a deal to be concluded for the 22-year-old in the next 48 hours, with the transfer fee set to reach up to €25 million (£21.7m).

The Lyon president doubts the move will be finalised in time for Depay to make his debut against Marseille on Sunday, but he is hoping the Dutchman will soon...

Crouch eager to reach 100-goal mark, help Stoke halt Man United's fine form

Man United were held to a 1-1 draw by Stoke back in October with Joe Allen's late equaliser.

Saturday's visit of Manchester United provides Mark Hughes' Stoke side their first real test of 2017 in the league amid a period of form that is a welcome departure from the doom of gloom of the previous calendar year.

It has been a mixed week for the Potters that began positively -- back in the top half of the table following the 3-1 victory over Sunderland in their last match. Since then, though, barely a day has passed without reports of Spanish talisman Bojan Krkic seeking a move amid rumoured...

 By Peter Thorne

Recharged West Ham face tricky test against Middlesbrough

Slaven Bilic says he refuses to take away from West Ham's win by talking about Dimitri Payet.

West Ham's season has taken a most unexpected turn.

On the face of it, in refusing to play for the club, the actions of Dimitri Payet should have led to dressing room chaos and fan unrest. It appears as if the exact opposite has happened.

The atmosphere generated by supporters against Crystal Palace in last weekend's fine 3-0 win worked on many different levels. Firstly, the songs and chants directed against Payet made it quite clear to the board that fans were appalled by the actions of the French...