Jurgen Klopp should attempt to buy Joe Hart this summer to solidify Liverpool’s goalkeeping position, says Ray Wilkins.
The Premier League needs Tottenham to beat Chelsea on Wednesday to keep the title race open, says former Blues midfielder Ray Wilkins.
Ray Wilkins believes Zlatan Ibrahimovic is a 'superstar' and claims there is 'no questioning' the striker's quality.
Ray Wilkins told Premier League Daily that Diego Costa is key to Chelsea's title bid, but says the club must sign another striker.
Antonio Conte's system will face its toughest test so far this season at Man City on Saturday, Ray Wilkins has told Premier League Daily.
Michael Carrick has to start if Manchester United are to beat Arsenal this weekend, according to Ray Wilkins.
Ray Wilkins is backing the claims of Glenn Hoddle to succeed Roy Hodgson as England manager.
Ray Wilkins says Roy Hodgson will have felt relieved that his bold double substitution paid off against Wales.
Ray Wilkins has said that he can't see Northern Ireland getting a single point from their group at Euro 2016.
Manchester United forward Wayne Rooney should play in the No 10 role for the rest of his career, according to Ray Wilkins.
From Joe Hart to Dele Alli and an opportunity for Jack Wilshere, Ray Wilkins tells us his England XI for Euro 2016.
Ray Wilkins believes Manchester United need to consider attacking reinforcements - but is adamant Marouane Fellaini can be potent up front.
Ray Wilkins says Wayne Rooney is the "standout candidate" for the England captaincy.
Ray Wilkins says Louis van Gaal must get Man United in the Champions League to sign 'A-Listers'.
Former England midfielder Ray Wilkins shares his memories and tells us why he loves the World Cup.
Sky Sports pundit Ray Wilkins has no doubts Louis van Gaal will be a success at Manchester United.
Ray Wilkins is surprised Ashley Cole's recent displays didn't get him on the plane to Brazil.
Ray Wilkins says Jose Mourinho 'masterminded' Chelsea's 0-0 draw with Atletico Madrid.
Jose Mourinho can turn Chelsea's defensive solidity into Champions League glory, says Ray Wilkins.
Ray Wilkins said Cardiff dropped too deep late on against Sunderland - and paid the price.