Ahead of his first Manchester derby, Sky Sports' Gary Neville sat down with Erling Haaland to chat 'foot-aholic' Pep Guardiola, having patience as a striker and more.
In his latest Sky Sports column, Paul Merson gives his view on Gareth Southgate's latest squad and picks his England line-up for the World Cup opener in November.
Jamie Carragher says he fears for Graham Potter following Thomas Tuchel's "shock" sacking as Chelsea head coach.
Paul Merson discusses Arsenal's defeat at Manchester United and believes Mikel Arteta's 'knee-jerk' triple substitution lost the Gunners' the game at Old Trafford.
Jamie Carragher ponders whether Liverpool are reaching the end of a cycle under Jurgen Klopp after their "embarrassing" Champions League loss to Napoli.
With Jurgen Klopp conceding that Liverpool do need support in midfield, Sky Sports News' Melissa Reddy analyses the issues at hand for the Reds.
Paul Merson discusses Arsenal's perfect start to the season and explains why the decision to make Martin Odegaard captain could be a masterstroke from Mikel Arteta.
Gary Neville believes Manchester United could finish in the bottom half of the Premier League this season if Cristiano Ronaldo leaves the club.
Paul Merson explains why Man Utd's wantaway striker Cristiano Ronaldo is the perfect tonic to Chelsea's toothless attack after Sunday's 2-2 draw with Spurs.
Gary Neville tells Man Utd fans, "if you thought it couldn't get any lower, it just has," while he also hit out at the club's transfer strategy this summer.
Brentford boss Thomas Frank admitted they targeted Lisandro Martinez in their 4-0 win over Man Utd, as Jamie Redknapp claimed the defender cannot play at centre-back.
Jamie Redknapp joined the Essential Football podcast to explain Spurs' transformation under Antonio Conte and the transfers which will boost the Blues...
Jamie Redknapp has backed Harry Kane to sign a new long-term contract at Tottenham after being convinced of the club's ambition under Antonio Conte.
With Manchester United still yet to land their key targets in defensive midfield and in attack, their recruitment strategy is open to criticism, writes Melissa Reddy.
Kris Boyd believes it is too much to expect any team to challenge the Old Firm in the Scottish Premiership this season, but expects a revitalised Aberdeen to impress.
Gary Neville's verdict on Erik ten Hag's first game, Manchester United's recruitment failings and the need for the Glazer family to go.