Premier League

Thursday, 4 February 2016

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Enrique Cerezo has refuted claims the Colombia international failed a medical with the Rojiblancos on deadline day, but did not discount making a summer bid for the forward

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The Anfield outfit were willing to spend big on the Inter striker, but the Nerazzurri were reluctant to sell so late in the January transfer window

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The reported £144 million bid for one of the world's star players might have been an extraordinarily bold move, but it also overlooks the real issues at Old Trafford

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The Hungarian's disappointing displays between the sticks for the Reds mean that Danny Ward will act as Simon Mignolet's understudy while Jon Flanagan also misses out

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The midfielder has represented England Under-17s and has spent time training with Arsene Wenger's first-team squad following some encouraging performances

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The teenage striker is included in Manuel Pellegrini's squad after an impressive campaign as they prepare to face Dynamo Kiev in the last-16 of Europe's premier club competition

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The Premier League giants have both made the former Manchester United their primary summer target but Bayer Leverkusen are reluctant to sell the Mexico international

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Remi Garde's side look destined to be playing Championship football next season and have moved to add financial expertise to the club

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The Gunners have failed to score for three consecutive Premier League games, something which they have not done since 2009, as they start to fall behind in the trophy chase

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The 27-year-old joined Stamford Bridge in a £32 million deal in 2014 and admitted earlier this season that he would be open to returning to his former club

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The South American duo are joined by Tottenham's Dele Alli, Leicester's Kasper Schmeichel, Southampton's Virgil van Dijk & Sunderland's Jermain Defoe in the running for the prize

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The Barcelona forward's father confirms that Louis van Gaal's side made an audacious attempt to sign his son last summer in what would have been a world-record deal

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The hosts remain in the bottom three after defeat to Everton in midweek despite spending heavily in the January transfer window

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The Tottenham star and his high-flying Leicester counterpart are on the same level as the Manchester City attacker, according to the manager