While Manchester City were celebrating their Premier League title at the weekend, a former City forward was contemplating life without a club. Scott Sinclair has been released by Preston and joins former Tottenham and England man Tom Huddlestone and ex-Liverpool striker Andy Carroll on the free agents list. Planet Sport looks at where their careers have gone since their top-flight days, along with five other ex-Premier League men who find themselves club-less. Tom Huddlestone A man who can boast four England caps and 242 Premier League appearances to his name since making his debut in 2006, Huddlestone has built a reputation for his range of passing and thunderbolt of a shot as well as his surprising technical ability for a player of his height.
New Manchester United manager Erik ten Hag knows he has a big job on his hands trying to turn things around at Old Trafford. The former Ajax manager was speaking for the first time as the new Red Devils boss, and he accepts it's a "big challenge" he has taken on. Ten Hag says a Premier League title challenge is some way off, but feels there is still untapped potential within his current squad. How will Man Utd play under Erik ten Hag?
Man City were celebrating their fourth Premier League title in five years as fans ran onto the field at the sound of the final whistle following the 3-2 win over Aston Villa. This was the latest in a series of incidents to take place at grounds across the country, with Greater Manchester Police revealing that inquiries were ongoing into the reported assault on Villa keeper Robin Olsen. Phillip Maxwell, 28, of Anzio Row, Knowsley, was charged by authorities for throwing a pyrotechnic onto the field. Meanwhile, 37-year-old Paul Colbridge, of Whitegate Drive Salford, has been charged for going onto the pitch.