Stoke City manager Mark Hughes insists the individuals at the centre of the Daily Telegraph's corruption investigation must be named in order to avoid all football bosses being "guilty by association."
And Sunderland manager David Moyes has called for greater transparency when it comes to transfer fees in football.
The newspaper has published several allegations over the last week, including claims that 10 unnamed managers have taken so-called "bungs" in transfer deals.
Tottenham face Manchester City on Sunday as the remaining two unbeaten sides in the Premier League go head-to-head.
Elsewhere, resurgent Arsenal face a trip to Burnley while Manchester United host Stoke, Liverpool travel to Swansea and troubled Chelsea are at Hull.
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Stoke City boss Mark Hughes says he is relishing the chance to face former club Manchester United this weekend but feels Jose Mourinho's side do not currently have the "winning feeling" they had during his era.
Hughes -- a striker at United -- won two league titles, three FA Cups and the UEFA Cup Winners' Cup across two spells at Old Trafford, with the second coming under Alex Ferguson from 1988 to 1995.
"I won numerous trophies there and I always get a nice feeling going back in there," Hughes...