Benitez to offer Mata way out
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Jose Mourinho saw Chelsea storm to the top of the Premier League and insisted: I was right to dump Juan Mata and David Luiz
Paolo Di Canio admits he faces the sack unless he can quickly end Sunderland's losing run.
Tom Ince is a shock target for Inter Milan.
Mark Hughes reckons Arsene Wenger quit Arsenal if they don't win a trophy this season.
Luis Suarez will be joined by ANOTHER Old Trafford hate figure for his explosive return to action.
Paris St-Germain captain Thiago Silva has urged his club to step up their pursuit of Wayne Rooney.
Rafa Benitez is plotting to offer Juan Mata an escape route from Chelsea.
Martin Jol has been given a vote of confidence by the board at Fulham over his Dad's Army policy.
Andre Villas-Boas is set to face pressure from chairman Daniel Levy to reintegrate Emmanuel Adebayor into Tottenham's first-team squad.
David Bentley is set to kickstart his sagging career with a move to Leeds.
Andres Iniesta has put both Manchester clubs on alert by rejecting a new contract at Barcelona.
Manchester United misfit Anderson is a January target for Juventus.
Kenwyne Jones is in line for a new deal at Stoke.
David Moyes is looking for a 40-goal haul from Robin van Persie and Wayne Rooney in the Premier League.
Mark Hughes reckons Arsene Wenger will quit Arsenal if he fails to win any silverware this season.
Paolo Di Canio admits he is fighting to save his job at Sunderland - with Roberto Di Matteo set to replace him.
Jose Mourinho is on a collision course with Roman Abramovich after freezing out Juan Mata.
Spurs new boy Christian Eriksen has revealed he turned down a move to Manchester City.
Big-spending Spurs are set to land another striker this week with Romanian hitman Ciprian Marica set to snub Arsenal and West Ham and join the White Hart Lane club.
Harry Redknapp is aiming to tie up a loan deal for a striker this week with Carlton Cole and Leon Best on his hit-list.
Reading boss Nigel Adkins is ready to let Adam Le Fondre go out on loan.
Wigan boss Owen Coyle is ready to offer Danny Murphy the chance to play again.
Bolton boss Dougie Freedman wants Cardiff pair Mark Hudson and Joe Mason.
Blackpool are paying half of Stephen Dobbie's wages after bringing him 'home' from Crystal Palace.
Arsenal spies are keeping tabs on Bayer Leverkusen midfielder Maximilian Wagener.
Hull boss Steve Bruce wants Bolton's South Korea star Chung-Yong Lee.
Manchester United's value has soared close to a staggering £3billion.
West Ham, Fulham and Norwich are monitoring Malmo skipper Jiloan Hamad.
Arsenal have snapped up Charlton starlet Semi Ajayi on a two-year deal.
West Ham want to sign USA striker Terrance Boyd but face competition from Udinese and Lazio.
Fulham have opened contract talks with Steve Sidwell and Damien Duff.
David Moyes insists Sir Alex Ferguson is not interfering with his work at Old Trafford.
Jose Mourinho is demanding Chelsea start work now on landing a new striker in January.
Sunderland manager Paolo Di Canio's tenure is looking increasingly insecure.
Jose Mourinho and his three Spanish internationals - Fernando Torres, Juan Mata and Cesar Azpilicueta - are heading for a confrontation after all three were omitted from the starting XI in last night's 2-0 victory over Fulham, a win that took Chelsea to the top of the league.
Jose Mourinho last night declared that Juan Mata did not work hard enough to play for Chelsea - and said the midfielder could no longer rely on the fact he was the club's player of the year for the past two seasons.
David Moyes has admitted he believed Wayne Rooney had "gone a bit soft" after letting his standards at Manchester United slip last season.
Brendan Rodgers bizarrely selected four center-backs, saw his side concede a goal at a set piece and complained the defending was "criminal" as Liverpool lost their unbeaten record at Anfield to an energetic and well-organized Southampton.
David Moyes has praised Wayne Rooney for working hard to restore his reputation as a big-game player, adding that he needed to make the change after letting his standards slip last season.
The pin is being prised loose from the human grenade. Paolo Di Canio refused to countenance change despite a calamitous Sunderland performance at the Hawthorns, where his side were embarrassed by Stephane Sessegnon, the refugee from a regime on the cusp of chaos.
"We will give you happiness," Jose Mourinho promised in his programme notes.