Saturday 25 April 2015

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The midfielder is expected to sign a deal in the immediate future to secure a move from Borussia Dortmund to Old Trafford. Follow the latest Transfer Talk with Goal!

Friday 24 April 2015

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The Portuguese is unbeaten in 12 meetings against the Gunners boss, while Manchester United are looking to improve their recent away record when they meet Everton

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The Belgium international striker has enjoyed a resurgence in 2015, scoring 11 goals in all competitions, and his manager has hailed his combination with Arouna Kone

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The Chilean says that there are "five or six teams with the same power and money" at the top of the Premier League despite the Blues holding a commanding lead

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The Sunderland winger was formally charged with three counts of sexual activity with a girl under 16 on Thursday but his manager will let him decide if he wishes to join the squad

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The Manchester United boss refused to discuss transfer rumours surrounding the PSV star and revealed Rafael is out for the rest of the season

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The Spain midfielder will return to the Emirates Stadium on Sunday for the first time since his departure in 2011 but the Blues boss expects him to handle the occasion well

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The Foxes are only in the drop zone due to a worse goal difference than Hull following a run of three victories and will look to continue their form against Sean Dyche's side

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The hosts are two points adrift of safety as the 2014-15 season draws to a close, while Sam Allardyce's side have endured a difficult run, winning just twice since the New Year

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The Blues manager has yet to taste defeat in his 12 games against the Frenchman thus far, but he insists he sees no need to compete with the Gunners manager ahead of their clash

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The Germany midfielder believes the clash between the country's top two sides stands out despite the Blues' seemingly unassailable lead at the top of the Premier League table

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Zinedine Zidane confessed that he is "keeping an eye" on the Belgian but the Blues boss is adamant that his star man is going nowhere

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The Black Cats were humbled 4-1 by Alan Pardew's men at the Stadium of Light in their last fixture and now lie just a point above the Premier League relegation zone

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The hosts have lost their last six games in a row and sit just seven points above the relegation zone, while supporters are planning further protests at St James' Park

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The Belgian was the ex-Manchester United manager's first signing at Old Trafford and he has expressed his delight at the midfielder's form turnaround

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The Argentine spent 18 months on the south coast before taking charge at White Hart Lane last summer, but just one point separates his old club from his new one

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The in-form Villans are hoping to extend their four-point gap to the relegation zone as they gear up for a first Wembley FA Cup final appearance in 15 years