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West Ham manager Sam Allardyce has vowed to "get angry and come out fighting" after being humiliated by Manchester City.

Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger has been told by Real Madrid that they will listen to loan offers of around £1.7million for striker Alvaro Morata.

Rio Ferdinand has revealed he sent Cristiano Ronaldo an SOS last summer to try to get him to return to Manchester United.

Chelsea midfielder Kevin De Bruyne is heading to German side Wolfsburg for a staggering £18million.

Roberto Martinez has confirmed Everton are close to completing the transfer of Aiden McGeady, but he won't join until the summer.

Yohan Cabaye may quit Newcastle for as little as £6million in the summer - and the club are taking a big financial risk by keeping him for the remainder of the season.

Liverpool defender Daniel Agger has insisted he's going nowhere, despite interest from Napoli.

QPR boss Harry Redknapp is keen on a loan move for Jermain Defoe before the Tottenham striker moves to Toronto.

Rio Ferdinand pleaded with Cristiano Ronaldo to return to Manchester United last summer.

Fans have mocked David Moyes being nominated for December's Manager of the Month award.

Manchester City striker Alvaro Negredo has told how he turned his back on the chance to team up with David Moyes at Everton 12 months ago.

John Terry has revealed how Jose Mourinho gave him the renewed belief to become a genuine Chelsea legend.

Sam Allardyce has warned his West Ham players they must come out fighting - or else they will sink and die.

Roy Hodgson has lined up England warm-up games against Ecuador and Honduras - to perfectly mimic their World Cup showdowns.

One of the Premier League big boys wanted to sign Tottenham striker Jermain Defoe, Toronto FC boss Ryan Nelsen has claimed.

Newcastle boss Alan Pardew has been told to place French youngsters Gueida Fofana and Cedric Bakambu at the top of his wanted list.

Paolo Di Canio is in the running to take over at Northampton.

Manchester United defender Chris Smalling was forced to apologize yesterday after causing outrage by attending a party dressed as a suicide bomber.

West Brom have performed a huge U-turn in their hunt to find a new head coach, turning once more to little known Spaniard Pepe Mel on an 18-month deal.

Sam Allardyce's position at West Ham is in jeopardy after it emerged the club are prepared to explore other options in a bid for Premier League survival.

Real Madrid coach Carlo Ancelotti has insisted Arsenal target Alvaro Morata will be going nowhere.

Thibaut Courtois has revealed that he will talk to Jose Mourinho about his future and inform the Chelsea manager he will not sit on the bench.

Liverpool are looking to reignite their interest in Dinamo Kiev winger Andriy Yarmolenko.

Inter Milan will try once more to prise Pablo Osvaldo away from Southampton, offering Fredy Guarin as part of the deal.

Everton will aim to reward Seamus Coleman with an improved contract following the dazzling progress the defender has made this season.

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Manchester United and Liverpool target Ivan Rakitic is set to stay at Sevilla after the Croatia midfielder, 25, made it clear he wants to remain in Spain.

Andy Carroll will make his long-awaited return for West Ham at Cardiff tomorrow as Sam Allardyce plays his final card in a bid to turn around the club's season.

Pepe Mel was appointed head coach of West Brom last night despite originally turning down the job two weeks ago.

Robin van Persie has taken a major step towards a comeback for Manchester United, returning to training at the club's Carrington base this week.

Manchester United are braced for another protracted battle to keep Wayne Rooney, with the England striker seriously considering leaving the Barclays Premier League champions.

Billy Davies is the shock name in the frame to take over at West Ham if co-owners David Sullivan and David Gold finally bow to growing pressure and sack Sam Allardyce.

Theo Walcott has rejected a flood of offers from specialists and surgeons who believe they can get him fit for the World Cup.

Sam Allardyce has insisted in an e-mail to West Ham fans he will "come out fighting" following his team's dismal 6-0 defeat at Manchester City, a result that has persuaded the club to drastically reduce under-18 ticket prices for the semi-final, second leg on Tuesday week.

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