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Toronto closes on England star Defoe

England international Jermain Defoe is on the verge of a move to the MLS.
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Some Manchester United players will see their salaries slashed if David Moyes' strugglers fail to qualify for next season's Champions League.

Jermain Defoe looks set to join Toronto on Monday after Roy Hodgson assured him he could still go to the World Cup.

Arsenal and Liverpool are set for a £15million battle to nab hitman Alvaro Morata.

Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain is chasing a "dream" World Cup spot - after finally ending his five-month injury nightmare.

Fulham lead the chase to sign Everton's John Heitinga this month and resurrect his World Cup dream.

Swansea have denied holding talks with Blackpool over Tom Ince.

Tottenham misfit Erik Lamela is a transfer target for Juventus with Mirko Vucinic plus cash on offer.

Sunderland are closing in on Argentine defender Santiago Vergini.

Barcelona are eyeing shock move for Manchester United's Nemanja Vidic.

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Manchester United could make a £20m swoop for Claudio Marchisio from Juventus.

Hull are ready to sign West Brom striker Shane Long in a £5million deal after agreeing a fee on Wednesday.

Southampton have rejected a bid from West Ham for England striker Rickie Lambert.

Crystal Palace's Jimmy Kebe is to join Leeds on loan.

Newcastle will have to wait to land £12m-rated midfielder Remy Cabella - he wants to stay at Montpellier until the summer.

Everton are ready to sign Aiden McGeady as the Spartak Moscow winger is set for a medical after contract terms were sorted out.

Fiorentina have refused to rule out move for Man City flop Stevan Jovetic.

Manchester United, Chelsea and Manchester City are all set to be disappointed as Xabi Alonso has signed a new Real Madrid deal.

Chelsea star Juan Mata is set to be offered a route out of Stamford Bridge with Real Madrid interested in signing the Spanish international.

Liverpool and Arsenal are in talks with Anderlecht to sign Cheikhou Kouyate.

Spurs, Arsenal and Liverpool target Salomon Kalou is unlikely to move from Lille in January.

Furious West Ham fans demanded Sam Allardyce's head last night as their side were crushed 6-0 in the Capital One Cup semi-final first leg at Manchester City.

Rio Ferdinand, Nemanja Vidic and Patrice Evra could all leave Manchester United in a summer purge by David Moyes with Javier Hernandez, Nani, Anderson, Alex Buttner and Anders Lindegaard likely to join them.

Arsenal will have to stump up a £1.7million loan fee to land Real Madrid striker Alvaro Morata.

Barcelona teenage striker Antonio Sanabria has turned down Arsenal for a move to Roma.

West Ham fans turned on manager Sam Allardyce last night as they crumbled to a humiliating defeat in the Capital One Cup.

Danny Welbeck admits Manchester United's players fear missing out on a Champions League place next season.

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Real Madrid boss Carlo Ancelotti has denied that any players will be leaving the club in January.

Manchester City are set to step up their interest in Benfica midfielder Nemanja Matic.

Tottenham, Liverpool and Newcastle target Tom Ince is having talks with Swansea over a proposed move from Blackpool.

Arsenal are monitoring England defender Glen Johnson's contract situation at Liverpool with a view to a possible transfer.

Real Madrid have identified Chelsea's Juan Mata as the man they want to replace Arsenal, Manchester United and Monaco target Angel Di Maria at the Bernabeu.

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