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Arsene Wenger faces centre-back choice between Mertesacker, Gabriel

ESPN FC's Steve Nicol feels Leicester City have the upper hand against Arsenal.

Arsene Wenger will have to choose between a centre-back who still doesn't speak the language or one who doesn't have the pace to keep up with Jamie Vardy when Arsenal play Leicester in a crucial Premier League clash on Sunday.

Wenger has said that Gabriel Paulista still hasn't learned enough English to be a vocal leader on the pitch, leaving Petr Cech to organise the back four when Per Mertesacker doesn't play.

However, he has still picked the Brazilian over the slower Mertesacker recently after...

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Louis van Gaal won't ask Man United about talks with Jose Mourinho

ESPN FC's Craig Burley thinks choosing Jose Mourinho over Mauricio Pochettino is an easy decision.

Louis van Gaal says he won't ask Manchester United officials if the club have been in contact with Jose Mourinho about replacing him as manager, saying he would be "disappointed" if reports are accurate.

Sources have told ESPN FC that United have opened talks with Mourinho in recent weeks, and there has been no denial from Old Trafford among similar reports.

Van Gaal reiterated on Friday that he did not believe there have been any such talks with vice-chairman Ed Woodward, but he admitted...

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Leicester won't play Premier League mind games as they chase title dream

ESPN FC's Alison Bender speaks with the man who took the 5000/1 bet that Leicester would win the Premier League.

Claudio Ranieri hopes no one will wake his Leicester team from their dream season, but expects rival clubs to step up the mind games during the Premier League run-in.

Last weekend's 3-1 away win over Manchester City has put Ranieri's side five points clear at the top with 13 matches to go, but they face another trip to face a title rival on Sunday when they play at Arsenal.

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Ranieri has repeatedly said his side are able to play without pressure because they are hugely exceeding expectations, but...

Chelsea can attract transfer targets without Champions League - Hiddink

Steve McClaren explains it may be detrimental to Newcastle as they try to play attacking football.

LONDON -- Guus Hiddink believes Chelsea should be formulating their summer transfer plans now and insists a lack of Champions League football next season will not necessarily affect their ability to attract their top targets.

Pedro Rodriguez and Radamel Falcao were the only senior arrivals at Stamford Bridge during an underwhelming window last summer, with Jose Mourinho reportedly frustrated by Chelsea's inability to make significant additions to his Premier League title-winning squad.

Mourinho left...

Manchester City's Silva, Kompany, Toure, Aguero together again vs. Spurs

Manchester City boss Manuel Pellegrini has confirmed that Vincent Kompany will return for this weekend's key clash against Spurs.

MANCHESTER -- Manuel Pellegrini is hoping his own fab four can fire Manchester City to the Premier League title.

Fit-again Vincent Kompany could line up alongside Sergio Aguero, David Silva and Yaya Toure for the first time since August after the city captain recovered from a calf injury that has kept him out of action for most of the last three months.

The quartet played together in the first four games of the season and City won them all -- scoring 10 goals without conceding. They are also all...

Mauricio Pochettino has new respect for Manuel Pellegrini in 'difficult time'

ESPN FC's Craig Burley takes issue with the SPI and says that Tottenham should have a greater chance than 20 percent.

LONDON -- Tottenham's Mauricio Pochettino says he has newfound respect for Manuel Pellegrini because of the "difficult" situation faced by the outgoing Manchester City manager.

Earlier this month, City confirmed that Pep Guardiola, currently in charge of Bayern Munich, will replace Pellegrini when the Chilean's contract expires on June 30.

In a statement, the club said Pellegrini was "fully supportive" of the decision, while the 62-year-old told a news conference: "They are not doing anything behind...