Manchester United tracking Fellaini

Manchester United tracking Fellaini

Published Sep. 16, 2012 1:00 a.m. ET

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Manchester United are keeping tabs on Marouane Fellaini's situation at Everton.

Andre Villas-Boas has been dealt a blow in his pursuit of Joao Moutinho as Daniel Levy won't match the fee he agreed with Porto in August when the transfer window reopens in January.


Reading captain Jobi McAnuff has sensationally asked for a wage cap to be imposed in the Premier League.

Spurs defender Jan Vertonghen insists he made the right decision in snubbing Arsenal.


Robbie Brady is ready to stake his claim for a starting place at Manchester United after making his debut for the Republic of Ireland.

David Bentley insists he cannot wait to start playing football in Russia.


Roy Hodgson will hand Stoke striker Michael Owen a recall to England.

Spurs have told Andre Villas-Boas he has to win his next two games otherwise he could be sacked.

Everton legend Peter Reid has blasted Marouane Fellaini and told him to start showing the club more respect.


Wigan manager Roberto Martinez was furious that Danny Welbeck was not red-carded after a blatant dive was followed by a reckless tackle on Franco di Santo.

Norwich boss Chris Hughton is backing his captain Grant Holt to start finding the back of the net again.


Andre Villas-Boas has just three games to save his job at Tottenham amid claims of disarray behind the scenes at White Hart Lane.

QPR boss Mark Hughes wants the pre-match handshake ritual to be scrapped after the controversy surrounding Anton Ferdinand snubbing Chelsea duo John Terry and Ashley Cole on Saturday.

West Brom director of football Dan Ashworth will take up a job at the FA's new national football centre after compensation was agreed with the Baggies.

Jan Vertonghen revealed he ignored Dennis Bergkamp's advice by joining Tottenham ahead of Arsenal this summer.

Roberto Mancini says Jose Mourinho's mind games will not derail Manchester City ahead of Tuesday's Champions League trip to Real Madrid.

David Silva insists he does not bear a grudge against Real Madrid after they twice turned down the chance to sign him.

Chelsea are to make a shock £2million move for Barnsley's 18-year-old right-back John Stones.

Blackburn's bid to sign Connor Wickham on loan from Sunderland is in danger of collapse.

Emile Heskey has rejected a move to Australia's A League after spurning the chance to join Newcastle Jets.

Sunderland will allow Fraizer Campbell to leave on loan this week - with Hull, Ipswich, Burnley and Huddersfield all keen.

Leeds could sign Belgian winger Anthony Vanden Borre on a free transfer if West Ham decide not to sign him.

Wigan are planning a move for Huddersfield left-back Paul Dixon.

Ipswich could sign Matthew Upson on loan from Stoke after their bid to borrow Alan Tate from Swansea was blocked.

AZ Alkmaar midfielder Adam Maher, 19, is being tracked by Chelsea, Newcastle and Sunderland.


England boss Roy Hodgson has hinted at an England recall for Michael Owen if he gets back amongst the goals for Stoke.

Leighton Baines says Everton can follow Newcastle and launch a bid to gatecrash the top four this season.

Steven Gerrard has spoken of his pride at Liverpool's display at Sunderland in the wake of the hard-hitting Hillsborough report this week.


Real Madrid coach Jose Mourinho has taunted Roberto Mancini by telling him: Manchester City are not in the same class as the Spaniards.

A source close to Anton Ferdinand claims the QPR defender will never again shake John Terry's hand.

Arsene Wenger believes his new-look Arsenal side are starting to look like an exciting prospect.

Sir Alex Ferguson says Manchester United will deserve all the stick they get if they fail to reach the Champions League knock-out stages again.

Manchester City striker Sergio Aguero has ruled out the possibility of ever signing for Real Madrid - as it would be an act of betrayal to his former club Atletico.

David Moyes claims Everton were close to signing Demba Ba last summer.

Chris Coleman insists the Wales boo-boys will not force him out of his job.

Manchester United and Everton are tracking Torino centre-half Angelo Ogbonna.

Tottenham have failed in a bid to sign £8million Brazil midfielder Paulo Henrique Ganso.