Arsenal plan move for Monaco midfielder to replace Arteta

Monaco midfielder Joao Moutinho is thought to be a target for Arsenal.

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Each day we’ll bring you the very latest tabloid rumors as the biggest clubs around look to splash the cash to bolster their rosters. True or not, they’re always entertaining…


Real Madrid’s hopes of signing Raheem Sterling have been dashed after the winger hinted he is about to commit his long-term future to Liverpool.

Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgers wants to sign West Brom striker Saido Berahino in January.

Joey Barton has been backed to become a manager by Alan Pardew -€“ as the outspoken star makes his first competitive return to Newcastle with QPR today.

Arsene Wenger will make a January bid to sign Ipswich full-back Tyrone Mings.

Scotland sensation Andy Robertson insists he is happy to stay at Hull, despite the sudden interest in him.


Juventus are willing to listen to offers for Manchester United target Arturo Vidal next summer.

Scotland international full-back Andrew Robertson insists he has no plans to leave Hull.

Chelsea will beat Tottenham to HNK Rijeka striker Andrej Kramaric in January.

Brendan Rodgers insists he must take the blame for Liverpool’s disappointing start to the season.

Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho says Diego Costa is back to full fitness.

Spurs star Eric Dier has been told by Mauricio Pochettino his game will improve by playing out of position at right-back.

Harry Redknapp has again tipped QPR striker Charlie Austin for a call-up to the England team.


Arsene Wenger believes Danny Welbeck has gained more respect by becoming a Gunner.

Jose Mourinho has turned the heat on Chelsea’s faltering title rivals by saying: "All the pressure is on you."

David Moyes has been given the green light to bring his own backroom team to new employers Real Sociedad.

Louis van Gaal has urged Manchester United to quickly find a cure to their chronic travel sickness in the Premier League.

Neil Warnock says keeping Crystal Palace in the Premier League this season would be his "greatest-ever achievement".

Southampton boss Ronaldo Koeman has issued a hands-off warning to Liverpool over England full-back Nathaniel Clyne.

Former Leeds boss David Hockaday is back in football -€“ as an advisor at eighth-tier Swindon Submarine!

Jurgen Klopp has put Premier League clubs on alert by admitting he is "open to offers" from England.


Arsenal are favourites to sign goalkeeper Petr Cech from Chelsea should they pay the £7million asking price, although Liverpool, AC Milan, Roma and Real Madrid are also in the frame.

Southampton boss Ronald Koeman has confirmed that the club have opened contract talks with full-back Nathaniel Clyne.

Borussia Dortmund boss Jurgen Klopp has admitted he would be open to offers from Premier League clubs, saying England is the only other country in which he would consider working.

Arsene Wenger says he is ready to shift in-form striker Danny Welbeck on to the wing to accommodate the return of Olivier Giroud.

Wenger, meanwhile, is ready to offer Thierry Henry a coaching role at Arsenal as the Gunners legend ponders the next stage of his career.

Liverpool will make an opening bid of £15million for West Brom’s Saido Berahino in January.


Arsenal are plotting a £30million bid for Monaco midfielder Joao Moutinho as a replacement for Mikel Arteta.

Norwegian teenage midfielder Martin Odegaard is set to reject Chelsea, Liverpool, Manchester United and Arsenal in order to pen a five-year deal with Real Madrid.

Dwight Yorke feels Louis van Gaal made a "huge blunder" in selling Danny Welbeck to Arsenal for "peanuts".

Manuel Pellegrini has set his players the target of seven wins and a draw from their next eight PL games to stay in touch with Chelsea.


Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgers has revealed the club cannot bring Belgium forward Divock Origi to Anfield in January due to the terms of his season-long loan with Lille.


Barcelona forward Lionel Messi may leave Spain after continuing problems with the country’s tax authorities.