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Manchester United's Jesse Lingard has said the Premier League return will offer him a "fresh start" after his "mind wasn't there" last season.

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Liverpool title clincher set for neutral venue

Police chiefs have advised the Premier League to stage Liverpool's potential title decider at Everton at a neutral ground.

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Sources: Kante working out at Chelsea training

N'Golo Kante is back working on an individual programme at Chelsea's training ground but is yet to resume group sessions, sources have told ESPN.

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Premier League to return on June 17 (2:19)
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Premier League to return on June 17

The Premier League is set to resume on June 17 after the clubs gave "Project Restart" the green light at a shareholders' meeting on Thursday.

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Sources: Man United given Ighalo loan boost

Shanghai Shenhua have softened their stance on extending Odion Ighalo's loan with Manchester United, sources have told ESPN.

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Prem, La Liga return down to money - Deschamps

France manager Didier Deschamps has criticised the Bundesliga, Premier League and La Liga for returning to action amid the coronavirus pandemic.

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Man United rival Liverpool for Werner

ESPN's Insider Notebook has transfer news on Timo Werner and Manchester United. PLUS: The eye-watering cost of signing Philippe Coutinho.

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Dawson: Havertz a player every club should be looking at (1:30)
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My family suffered online abuse - Deeney

Watford striker Troy Deeney says his family has suffered personal and online abuse after his decision not to return to training last week.

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Prem clubs unanimously agree to full contact training (1:45)
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Why Timo Werner to Man United could still happen (1:41)
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Is Bailey the perfect replacement if Sane leaves Man City? (1:37)
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Prem Standings

TEAMGPWDLGDP
Liverpool292711+4582
Manchester City281837+3757
Leicester City291658+3053
Chelsea291469+1248
Manchester United291298+1445
Wolverhampton Wanderers2910136+743
Sheffield United2811107+543
Tottenham Hotspur2911810+741
Arsenal289136+440
Burnley2911612-639
Crystal Palace2910910-639
Everton2910712-937
Newcastle United299812-1635
Southampton2910415-1734
Brighton & Hove Albion2961112-829
West Ham United297616-1527
Watford296914-1727
AFC Bournemouth297616-1827
Aston Villa287417-2225
Norwich City295618-2721