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Man United plan swoop for Garay

Ezequiel Garay is a Man United transfer target.
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Manchester United are planning a swoop for Benfica defender Ezequiel Garay, 27, when the transfer window opens in January. Napoli are also interested in the player who has a £17m buy-out clause.

Newcastle captain Fabricio Coloccini, 31, remains determined to make a move back to his native Argentina.

Stoke manager Mark Hughes believes the British Government has cost his club £10m after they denied American forward Juan Agudelo a work permit.

Turkish club Besiktas are reportedly preparing a move for 29-year-old Southampton defender Jose Fonte.

Chris Powell will bolster his Charlton defense by making a move for Swansea outcast Alan Tate.

Roberto Martinez has had a pop at Liverpool by revealing he could never have taken the manager's job at Anfield.

Arsene Wenger says Theo Walcott can fire Arsenal to the title - and stop him making a big mistake in January.

David Moyes says Real Madrid star Cristiano Ronaldo could return to Manchester United.

Arsene Wenger insists Arsenal can win the Premier League without signing a new striker in January.

Fabricio Coloccini has rocked Newcastle by revealing he wants to quit the club "as soon as possible".

Manchester City's Pablo Zabaleta will be a Real Madrid target if the Spanish giants fail to land Chelsea's Cesar Azpilicueta.

Tony Pulis is expected to be unveiled as Crystal Palace's new manager and will be paid a £1m bonus if he can avoid the drop.

Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho was locked in an amazing war of words with pal, West Brom manager Steve Clarke, after the recent controversial 2-2 draw between the sides at Stamford Bridge.

Manchester United star Rio Ferdinand insists England are lost and have an identity crisis.

Fabricio Coloccini has thrown his Newcastle future into fresh doubt by underlining his desire to return to Argentina.

Manchester City may be forced to buy a defender in the January transfer window if captain Vincent Kompany continues to struggle with injury.

Jose Mourinho has attacked Mike Riley for making a personal apology to West Bromwich Albion manager Steve Clarke and warned that the referees' chief has set a dangerous precedent.

Newcastle United striker Papiss Cisse could be on his way to Queens Park Rangers as part of a swap deal which would see Loic Remy's season-long loan move become a permanent switch.

Cardiff boss Malky Mackay has never thought about quitting the club despite the furor caused during Vincent Tan's ownership.

West Brom manager Steve Clarke claims Jose Mourinho is using his row with referees chief Mike Riley as a smokescreen for Chelsea's poor results.

Crystal Palace's embarrassing search for a new manager will finally end this morning when Tony Pulis signs a £1million-a-year deal with a £500,000 bonus if he keeps them up.

Liverpool playmaker Philippe Coutinho, 21, hopes a good performance in today's Merseyside derby with Everton will boost his chances of being named in Brazil's 2014 World Cup squad.

Rio Ferdinand has spoken for the first time about his role on the Football Association Commission to examine the future of the national team and claimed that the England team have no identity.

Arsene Wenger made the bold claim last night that Arsenal can win the Barclays Premier League title without bringing in a striker in January, an assertion that is likely to frustrate many supporters after he failed to sign players to capitalize on chances of winning silverware in recent seasons.

Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger believes the return to fitness of forwards Theo Walcott and Lukas Podolski means he will not need to buy a striker in January.

Roberto Martinez has said he does not envy Brendan Rodgers' job or transfer budget at Liverpool as he is "allowed to work" in his own way at Everton.

Roberto Martinez, the Everton manager, has told Liverpool ahead of the Merseyside derby that though today's visitors are wealthier, money is no guarantee of success or "happiness" in football.

Theo Walcott is back in the squad for Arsenal against former club Southampton at the Emirates today after three months out with injury, providing manager Arsene Wenger with much-needed options out wide and up front.

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