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Arsenal linked with Hernandez

Arsenal are planning to make a move for Manchester United striker Javier Hernandez.
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Eden Hazard was dropped by Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho after losing his passport.

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Liverpool and Manchester United are to battle it out for Benfica's £25million-rated midfielder Nemanja Matic.

David Beckham is all set to seal his deal for a Florida-based MLS team next week.

Under-fire Norwich manager Chris Hughton believes he has the full backing of his board.

The FA has closed the loophole that saw Fernando Torres avoid punishment for scratching Spurs defender Jan Vertonghen.

Jonjo Shelvey has been warned by the FA for winding up Cardiff fans on Sunday.

Liverpool are understood to be willing to allow Raheem Sterling to move on loan in January if the club are able to buy fellow winger Diego Capel from Sporting Lisbon.

Sepp Blatter has mocked Michel Platini's idea of expanding the number of teams at the World Cup finals to 40 by asking "why not increase to 48, 64 or 128?"

Arsenal are eyeing a January swoop for Manchester United striker Javier Hernandez to ease their worries over the workload of Olivier Giroud.

Brendan Rodgers expects Liverpool captain Steven Gerrard to bring the curtain down on his international career after next summer's World Cup finals.

Sam Allardyce has refused to rule out a West Ham return for Jermain Defoe, who is frustrated on the bench at Tottenham and wants a move in January.

Manchester United could swoop for Real Madrid's £35million star Sami Khedira.

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Roy Hodgson says there will be no interrogation of his England squad next week following the leak about his 'space monkey' joke last month.

Keith Millen has told Crystal Palace chairman Steve Parish to hurry up and appoint his replacement.

Manchester City have called in Belgium physio Lieven Maesschalck to assess the fitness of crocked star Vincent Kompany.

Ipswich have signed Republic of Ireland midfielder Stephen Hunt, who is a free agent following his release by Wolves.

Doncaster boss Paul Dickov wants West Ham defender George McCartney on loan for a month.

Roy Hodgson has publicly exonerated himself from any wrongdoing after stating that any of the England players who were offended or taken aback by his "feed the monkey" line about Andros Townsend "misconstrued" his words.

Roberto Martinez has said the only apology necessary following Tottenham's visit to Everton should come from Roberto Soldado for an apparent elbow on Phil Jagielka.

Chelsea, Arsenal and Manchester City have been put on alert with Edinson Cavani unhappy at Paris St-Germain and considering whether he needs to move to get out from under Zlatan Ibrahimovic's shadow.

Aaron Ramsey has hit back at Wayne Rooney's taunt that Arsenal always choke after Christmas.

Aston Villa boss Paul Lambert has described Gabriel Agbonlahor as a one-club man but has dismissed rumors that he is ready to open talks on a new deal.

Martin Jol insists he will not be sacked during the international break if his Fulham side lose at Liverpool tomorrow.

Chelsea have been alerted to the availability of Eliaquim Mangala after Porto admitted they are ready to consider offers for the 22-year-old defender.

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