Lovren on Salah Liverpool future, Solskjaer’s letter to Man United fan, Newcastle Wilson blow, Tottenham told to ditch Lloris, Diallo fined – latest football news and reaction


Keep up to date with all the latest sports news and gossip, as well as expert opinion and reaction to all the biggest talking points.

Plus, all the reaction to Everton’s thrilling 5-4 win over Tottenham in the FA Cup fifth round as Leicester, Sheffield United and Man City also made it to the last eight.


  • Steve Bruce rocked by news that Newcastle talisman Callum Wilson could be out until April with hamstring injury
  • Jamie O’Hara criticises ‘chocolate wrists’ Hugo Lloris and says two-goal Davinson Sanchez was Tottenham’s ‘worst player’ during FA Cup defeat at Everton
  • Jose Mourinho is ‘losing his patience’ with Gareth Bale, talkSPORT told, and Tottenham boss ‘frustrated with the constant questions’ about Wales ace
  • Dejan Lovren says he ‘could do a job’ for Liverpool amid defensive injury crisis and says Mohamed Salah could stay at Anfield for ‘four, five, six years’
  • Manchester United fan reveals touching letter from Ole Gunnar Solskjaer after praising Red Devils boss for helping him through mental health struggles during talkSPORT call
  • Everton assistant manager Duncan Ferguson fears Dominic Calvert-Lewin ‘tweaked his hamstring’ after being forced off against Spurs
  • Carlo Ancelotti’s priceless reaction to Bernard’s stunning winning goal as Everton beat Tottenham in FA Cup extra-time classic
  • Amad Diallo fined £42,000 for entering Italy using fake documents having been at centre of child-trafficking ring who smuggled Man United winger and brother in
  • Harvey Elliott: Tribunal tells Liverpool to pay £4.3m to Fulham for teenage star
  • Man City won for the 15th successive game thanks to a 3-1 victory over Swansea in the FA Cup fifth round
  • Patrick Vieira to Bournemouth is a match made in Arsenal heaven – could Gunners hero help Jack Wilshere revive career?

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