Arsenal agrees Morata loan deal

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Roy Hodgson has one big wish for England at Friday’s World Cup draw – don’t put us in the jungle.

Andre Villas-Boas has been blasted as "immature" by West Ham boss Sam Allardyce.

Manchester City will not sell striker Edin Dzeko in the January transfer window.

Nottingham Forest want Leicester winger Lloyd Dyer in a £500,000 January deal.

West Ham could sign Lyon striker Bafetimbi Gomis next month.

Reading are considering a move for Rotherham midfielder Ben Pringle.

Leeds and Bolton want to sign Charlton captain Johnnie Jackson, who is out of contract at the end of the season.

Roy Hodgson has admitted he pushed injured Liverpool striker Daniel Sturridge to face Germany last month to "test his resolve".

Manchester City have won the battle for Brahim Abdelkader Diaz, a 14-year-old from Malaga dubbed the new Lionel Messi.

Sam Allardyce has accused Andre Vilas-Boas of "immaturity" as Tottenham’s players stepped forward to support their under-fire manager.

Roy Hodgson last night told Brendan Rodgers he will make no apology for playing an injured Daniel Sturridge for England.

Arsenal have had an €8million (£6.61million) bid for Alexandre Pato rejected by his club Corinthians, according to reports in Brazil.

FIFA chiefs will today be grilled on whether they have a back-up plan to switch World Cup matches away from trouble-hit stadia.

Manchester City manager Manuel Pellegrini has dismissed fresh reports linking Sergio Aguero with a move to Real Madrid.

Brendan Rodgers insists he will not spend for the sake of it – though he believes the January transfer window could be crucial to the future of Liverpool.

Saido Berahino has vowed to repay West Brom after sealing a massive pay hike from £850 a week to £15,000 a week.

Celtic manager Neil Lennon will watch Huddersfield striker James Vaughan against Bolton tonight.

Roy Hodgson has admitted he is more concerned about World Cup venues than the potential opponents – and fears being stuck in the jungle.

Arsenal have agreed to sign Real Madrid striker Alvaro Morata on a six-month loan deal in January.

Liverpool, Arsenal and Chelsea target Javier Pastore insists he won’t be leaving Paris Saint-Germain.

Roy Hodgson last night declared: I’m the England Manager, Get Me Out Of Here!

Rene Meulensteen has told Fulham owner Shahid Khan: Show me the money.

Real Madrid striker Alvaro Morata will join Arsenal in January after agreeing a six-month loan deal, and rejecting an offer from Tottenham.

Cristian Tello has opened the door to a switch to Liverpool after admitting he will look to leave Barcelona if his first-team opportunities do not improve.

Roberto Soldado has admitted that he has fallen significantly below his desired goalscoring standard for Tottenham but is adamant that he will eventually deliver in the Premier League.

Manchester United are targeting Leighton Baines, Ander Herrera and Ilkay Gundogan in January – and will wait to open contract talks with Wayne Rooney.

Manuel Pellegrini has ended Arsenal’s hopes of signing Edin Dzeko next month after ruling out the sale of the Manchester City forward.

Chelsea defender Ashley Cole is determined to stay and earn a new contract.

Roy Hodgson has revealed his greatest fear at this week’s World Cup finals draw is for England to be sent to play in the tropical heat and humidity of the Amazon.

Roy Hodgson flies out to Brazil today for the World Cup draw, admitting he is dreading the possibility of his England team being asked to play in the stifling conditions of Manaus in the Amazon rainforest.

Roy Hodgson admitted yesterday that he tested Daniel Sturridge’s commitment to England by picking him against Germany last month even though the striker was not completely fit.