It’s reported in a few different media outlets this morning that Manchester United want Jose Mourinho to commit to them for a decade.
The reds have made their worst start to a season in 27 years but a recent good run has moved them to the 6th and 4 points off the top 4.
The reports suggest the clubs hierarchy are impressed with how the former Chelsea and Real Madrid boss has conducted himself around the club and training ground.
Staying with football and
James Mc Carthy will undergo a scan today as Everton try to find out the extent of the damage to his hamstring.
The Ireland midfielder was withdrawn at half time during Monday’s defeat to Liverpool.
It seems unlikely that Mc Carthy will be available for the Toffees Saint Stephens day clash with Leicester.
Staying on Merseyside and Liverpool defender Joel Matip’s one of seven Cameroon players to turn down a call-up for next month’s Africa Cup of Nations.
Fifa has the power to ban each player from club games for the duration of the tournament, but only if Cameroon report them.
Meanwhile, Ex St Pats midfielder Chris Forrester helped Peterborough to a 2 -0 win against John Sheridan’s Notts County last night in the FA cup second round replay.
The League one side will meet Chelsea at Stamford Bridge in the third round next month.
Tonight, fourth tier sides Newport and Plymouth battle it out for the chance to go to Liverpool in round three.
Celtic have gone 14 points clear at the top of the Scottish Premiership after a 1-nil win over Partick.
Scott Sinclair scored the only goal early in the first half.
Partick stay bottom of the table.
Celtic manager Brendan Rodgers says he’s been impressed by their struggling opponents…………….
Park have beaten Mastergeeha 9-3 in The Tralee Trophy World 16 Premier