Raheem Sterling's Liverpool career isn't necessarily over, says Gary Neville - but the club must consider how they handle contracts.
Manchester United should try to get Gareth Bale in return if David de Gea leaves for Real Madrid, says Gary Neville.
Gary Neville believes Angel Di Maria can get back to the level of performance he showed at Real Madrid for Man United next season.
Gary Neville says new Man United signing Memphis Depay will bring pace, goals and movement to the club, but must be given time.
Gary Neville says Arsenal need a new goalkeeper to become title contenders, but doesn't see them getting Petr Cech.
Gary Neville says Liverpool have “slightly underachieved” this season, as their Champions League hopes faded.
Gary Neville expects Manchester United to sign three or four players to challenge Chelsea for the title next season.
Gary Neville says Lionel Messi is on a new level and deserves to face Cristiano Ronaldo in the Champions League final.
Premier League clubs should take Chelsea's lead to be more successful, says Gary Neville.
Other Premier League clubs should take Chelsea's lead if they are to be more successful, says Gary Neville.
Premier League champions Chelsea have shown how much better they are than the rest, says Gary Neville.
Gary Neville says critics should get stuck into Man City, Arsenal, Liverpool and Man Utd before accusing Chelsea of being boring.
Gary Neville believes Manchester United looked "toothless" in attack in their 3-0 defeat a Everton.
Gary Neville believes that Everton’s win over Manchester United was helped by a well thought-out Roberto Martinez game plan.
On The Gary Neville Podcast, the Sky Sports pundit compared Chelsea's side with their 2005 title-winning squad.
PSG defender David Luiz did exactly what he shouldn’t have when dealing with Luis Suarez, says Gary Neville.
Wayne Rooney has been turned into a "silent dominator" under Manchester United boss Louis van Gaal, says Gary Neville.
Gary Neville insists Man United can only improve next season after finally finding their feet under Louis van Gaal.
Niall Quinn and Gary Neville pick apart Man City's derby defeat, insisting they need to remove "weeds from the garden".
Manchester City’s current team cannot sustain success and have a "mentality problem", according to Gary Neville.