Luis Diaz's form since his January move to Liverpool has eased the pressure on Mohamed Salah's contract situation at Anfield, according to Gary Neville.
Gary Neville says Erik ten Hag won't be under pressure to win trophies for at least three years, such is the scale of the rebuild job he has at Manchester United.
Everton boss Frank Lampard claimed opposition sides would never be given the "stonewall" penalty Jamie Carragher felt his team deserved in their 2-0 defeat at Liverpool.
Jamie Carragher says he's "excited" to see Erik ten Hag in the Premier League - but says the new Man Utd boss will have to make "brave" decisions.
Gary Neville has made an impassioned plea for the Glazers to sell Man Utd in the wake of their 4-0 thrashing at Liverpool, adding "there's something rotten" at the club.
Roy Keane despaired at Man Utd's heavy defeat at Liverpool, while Gary Neville believes his former club are now at the lowest point he's ever seen them.
Bruno Fernandes was handed a new four-year deal at Old Trafford this week, though United do not know who their next manager will be.
Gary Neville says a fourth-placed finish is Tottenham's for the taking after the recent struggles of Arsenal and Manchester United.
Paul Merson reflects on why Arsenal could still pip Tottenham to fourth spot, the problems at Manchester United and gives his verdict on the Premier League title race...
Gary Neville has once again called on the Glazers to sell Man Utd, but has set out a five-point plan for them to "reset the culture" if they choose to remain at the club.
After Arsenal's defeat at Crystal Palace, the Magic Man runs the rule over the top-four race and who has the momentum.
Jamie Carragher and Gary Neville believe for the first time that Liverpool will win the Premier League title – but Paul Merson is still backing Manchester City.
Gary Neville called Man Utd's Champions League exit to Atletico Madrid "miserable" but said it was no surprise and criticised their approach at Old Trafford.
Liverpool possess attacking riches which could be the difference in this season's Premier League title race, says Gary Neville.
Mikel Arteta may find that finishing fourth is "as good as it gets" at Arsenal despite the impressive job he is doing in north London, believes Gary Neville.