Liverpool and Manchester United have angered the Premier League and the government by formulating plans to reshape English football with a power grab that would also reduce the size of the top competition to 18 teams. The plans have been engineered by the American-owned clubs in conjunction with Rick Parry, the chairman of the English Football League, which features the 72 professional teams below the Premier League.
Inspired by the performance at the Euros, the Premier League have announced sweeping changes to their application of the system
Eric Bailly will hold talks with Manchester United so he can try and understand where he will fit in Ole Gunner Solskjaer’s plans next season. United have agreed a deal to sign Real Madrid defender...