Thursday, 5 March 2015

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The Colombia international has been regularly linked with a move to the north London club, who will be in the market for a striker in the summer to compete with Harry Kane

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The striker was hauled off after an hour in their Champions League first-leg defeat but has scored in consecutive Premier League games after that damaging loss

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Every team in the top seven won during the midweek Premier League fixtures, and the Dutchman praised his players' spirit against Newcastle as they maintained fourth place

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The centre-back has put an end to speculation surrounding his future by agreeing a long-term extension at Upton Park and says he is "delighted" to be staying with the Hammers

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The Liverpool manager fears the England striker could suffer a recurrence of the injuries that have plagued him this season but the forward harbours no such concerns

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The Manchester United goalkeeper again came to his side's rescue against Newcastle on Wednesday and the former Liverpool centre-back has joked that he wants to see him leave

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The Argentine coach was delighted with his side's vital 3-2 win over Swansea at White Hart Lane, heaping praise on his players as they boosted their chances of a top-four finish

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The striker, who has a history of fainting during his career, collapsed near the halfway line after just seven minutes, but was conscious after being stretchered from the pitch

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POLL: The Colombian was left on the bench for the 1-0 win over Newcastle as he continues to struggle to find his feet in England - are his days at Old Trafford numbered?

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The New Zealand international, who has been linked with Arsenal and Tottenham, has committed himself to the Hammers until 2021

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Brendan Rodgers's side made it 39 points from a possible 33 with victory at Anfield as their late charge for Champions League qualification stepped up another gear

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The Premier League champions bounced back from two defeats in a week to comfortably beat the bottom-of-the-table Foxes thanks to goals from David Silva and James Milner

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Goals in each half from Jordan Henderson and Daniel Sturridge earned a comfortable win over the relegation-threatened Clarets to maintain the Reds' push for a top-four finish

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Goals from Victor Moses and Mame Biram Diouf secured a third straight win for the Potters in the Premier League, and heaped more misery on the Toffees at the Britannia Stadium.

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Goals from Nacer Chadli, Ryan Mason and Andros Townsend sealed the points to boost Spurs' Champions League prospects with their first win since last month's derby defeat of Arsenal

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The Blues wasted a number of chances to make their evening more comfortable and had Thibaut Courtois to thank for making some fine saves

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The striker collapsed and was withdrawn after just seven minutes before goals from Ryan Mason and Andros Townsend held off a strong visiting side to keep pace with fourth place