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Liverpool transfer target Danny Ings is also wanted by Celtic as Neil Lennon looks to buy British.
Manchester United are keeping tabs on Brazilian starlet Mosquito, with Chelsea, Real Madrid and Juventus other sides also interested.
Samuel Eto’o could be set for a move to MLS when his Chelsea deal expires next summer.
Stoke are eyeing a January move for Holland striker Luuk de Jong – and have not given up hope of landing American striker Juan Agudelo.
Fitness issues threaten to scupper Scott Sinclair’s chances of a permanent West Brom switch.
Arsenal target Toni Sanabria has agreed a new deal with Barcelona, according to reports in Spain.
Arsenal’s Champions League showdown with Napoli is season-defining, says Arsene Wenger.
Manchester United boss David Moyes has admitted that he whipped out the hairdryer at half time in the 1-0 win over Shakhtar Donetsk.
Arsene Wenger and his players have been put under a Champions League lockdown amid major Champions League safety fears.
French moneybags Monaco will make an audacious bid for Manchester City captain Vincent Kompany.
Manchester United were rescued by Phil Jones against Shakhtar last night, but were not spared a tongue-lashing by former hero Roy Keane after another lacklustre Old Trafford display.
Arsenal face competition from Liverpool for the signature of Hamburg’s highly-rated Turkey midfielder Hakan Calhanoglu.
Monaco are set to test Manchester City’s resolve to hold on to Belgian defender Vincent Kompany in January by making a £17m offer for the player’s services.
James Milner was the unlikely hero for Manchester City last night after scoring the winner as his side came from behind to beat Bayern Munich in the Allianz Arena.
David Moyes will have felt the sweet surge of relief at the final whistle last night. This had become the game he dare not lose after consecutive 1-0 home defeats to Everton and Newcastle United.
A whistleblowing hotline is among tools being considered to tackle match-fixing following an emergency meeting yesterday between representatives of the five biggest sports and the government in the wake of a spate of high-profile arrests.
Barcelona will attempt a £29million January bid for Chelsea and Brazil centre-back David Luiz in January.
Manchester City are believed to be ahead of United and Inter Milan in the race for Argentine midfielder Bruno Zuculini, who plays for Racing Club de Avellaneda.
Newcastle striker Shola Ameobi, out of contract at the end of this season, is a January target for Hull City.
Phil Jones’ winner eased the pressure on David Moyes – and ensured United qualified top of their Champions League group.
Arsenal chiefs have launched a major security operation ahead of tonight’s test in Naples.
Again unconvincing, Manchester United still made light of "crisis" headlines by advancing into the last 16 of the Champions League as Group A winners with 14 points out of a possible 18, their best haul since 2007-08.
Manchester City produced an extraordinary comeback from two goals down to beat Bayern Munich, the European Champions, 3-2 in Germany last night.