Friday, December 19, 2014

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The Reds have yet to find an adequate replacement for Luis Suarez, who left for Barcelona last summer, and have now turned their attention to the Argentina international

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The Spanish striker joined the club in a €33.2 million deal from La Liga side Valencia in 2013 but has struggled to hit the back of the net consistently in north London

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The Gunners icon announced his retirement on Monday and the French coach believes his old charge now faces a tough task trying to cope with life after football

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The striker has not featured for Spurs since November 9 but Mauricio Pochettino has revealed that the Togo international could feature against Burnley

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The winger started the season in fine fashion - scoring three times in the opening five games - but then went on a barren run of 20 matches until netting against Bournemouth

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The England No.1 has committed to the Premier League champions for the next four-and-a-half years and is now keen to add to the honours already won with the club

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Goal understands the Belgian has been in discussions since June and is ready to pen a new contract which will make him the highest-paid player in the club's history

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The Premier League champions want to keep the former Chelsea midfielder at the club but accept that it is not just their decision whether he extends his loan spell

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The Argentine has not featured for the Red Devils since a 3-0 home win over Hull City on November 29, but has resumed full training and could return to the squad

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The 37-year-old won two Premier League titles during his time with the Gunners and remains the club's record goalscorer with 228 goals in 377 appearances

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Alan Irvine's men have kept back-to-back clean sheets but will have to contend with the striker's comeback from suspension when they visit Loftus Road

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The striker, who has interested Liverpool, Tottenham and Manchester City, has not played since April and is now unlikely to be available until February at the earliest

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The Hammers sit in the Champions League places but their manager believes a run of four matches in 13 days could shape the rest of their season

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Wilfried Bony has scored four goals in his last five outings but his manager has insisted that the Swans are a collective rather than solely reliant on the Ivorian

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Ronald Koeman's side have lost five straight matches but the Toffees' boss is not taking anything for granted ahead of his team's visit to St Mary's