Arsenal receive boost in pursuit of Marseille striker Gignac

Arsenal receive boost in pursuit of Marseille striker Gignac

Published Oct. 28, 2014 5:09 a.m. ET

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Southampton are lining up a £10million move for Tottenham striker Harry Kane in January.

Lee Clark is set to become Blackpool's new manager after he was axed as Birmingham boss last week.

Tottenham fans are questioning whether chairman Daniel Levy's appointment of Mauricio Pochettino as manager was right - just five months into the Argentine's reign at White Hart Lane.


Axed Leeds boss Darko Milanic could bag £800,000 - despite spending just 32 days as manager. The Slovenian has a contract on paid leave until 2016 with the club and must be "ready to take over the team again if requested by the owner".

West Ham midfielder Alex Song has admitted he may stay at the club beyond this season if they qualify for Europe. The 27-year-old joined the Hammers on loan from Barcelona at the beginning of the season and believes the club could become "one of the best clubs in England".

Premier League clubs including Arsenal and Newcastle have been put on alert after Marseille admitted they might not be able to afford to keep hotshot striker Andre-Pierre Gignac.

Manchester United have a close eye on Ghana's Trabzonspor striker Abdul Majeed Waris.

Mauricio Pochettino will ask Daniel Levy, the Tottenham Hotspur chairman, to make a new move for the Southampton forward Jay Rodriguez in the January transfer window.

Manchester United's Wayne Rooney is battling to be fit for Sunday's derby with Manchester City after suffering a suspected foot injury in training yesterday.

Newcastle United's White Hart Lane hero Ayoze Perez has claimed La Liga giants Barcelona and Real Madrid wanted to sign him before the forward moved to the North East.

Arsenal have received a massive boost in their pursuit of Borussia Dortmund star Mats Hummels.

Manchester United assistant manager Ryan Giggs watched Trabzonspor striker Abdul Majeed Waris in action against Lokeren in the Europa League last Thursday.

Chelsea striker Diego Costa could be fit for Saturday's Premier League clash with QPR.

West Ham striker Diafra Sakho will discover for how long he will be out with a shoulder injury today. The Senegal star has scored six goals in six starts for the Hammers.

Manchester United, Chelsea, Liverpool and Arsenal have been handed a giant boost in their pursuit of PSV Eindhoven starlet Zakaria Bakkali.

Manchester United boss Louis van Gaal is desperate to sign Zenit St Petersburg centre-half Ezequiel Garay.

Celtic boss Ronny Deila last night insisted snapping up John Guidetti for nothing has become a Parkhead priority.

Harry Redknapp has sought an end to his spat with Adel Taarabt, claiming the Moroccan forward has a future at QPR, as long as he sorts out his act.

Takeover talks between Crystal Palace and the American businessman Josh Harris are at such an advanced stage that the New Jersey Devils and Philadelphia 76ers owner is poised to enter a period of due diligence on the club.

Ally McCoist has been assured that his position as manager is safe after the arrival of Mike Ashley as Ibrox powerbroker as he prepares to welcome yet another chief executive.