Sunday, February 7, 2016

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Sergio Busquets and Neymar are both targets for the Manchester City manager-in-waiting, with a £150 million double bid in the offing, according to reports

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A win for Manchester United over Chelsea on Sunday could be the catalyst for the Red Devils to mount a charge at the Premier League title, according to the experienced midfielder

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The Chinese Super League have been flexing their considerable financial muscle in recent weeks and have now lined up a move for the out-of-favour Chelsea striker

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The Welshman has been mooted as a potential successor to under-pressure manager Louis van Gaal and the former Fulham centre-back believes he will become a great coach

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Bournemouth snapped up the 22-year-old for £12 million a year after Arsenal sold him to Wolves and he has hit the ground running just as the Gunners' goals have dried up

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The Spanish coach has not even taken over at the Etihad Stadium yet, his reign not beginning until July, but already the club are planning for his eventual departure

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The Dutchman has come under intense pressure in recent weeks and his former player says Van Gaal could depart the club of his own accord if they don't reach the Champions League

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Top of the table Leicester have won the hearts of the English public according to Arsene Wenger, and the French boss believes almost the whole country are now behind them

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The 52-year-old says he expects to return to management in the 2016-17 season having taking time off since his departure from Real Sociedad

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The Bayern Munich boss will not arrive in England until the summer but has already begun planning a squad overhaul - starting with the in-form Barcelona striker

Saturday, February 6, 2016

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The Old Trafford legend says the players need to take responsibility for what happens on the pitch and move the ball quickly, instead of aiming to maintain possession

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Quique Sanchez Flores thinks Tottenham can go on to lift the Premier League title after their impressive win at home to Watford on Saturday

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After being filmed jigging at a concert in midweek, Toffees boss Roberto Martinez was ready to throw some more shapes following their third consecutive three-goal triumph

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The England striker has been rewarded for his fine form this season with a new contract that extends his stay at the King Power Stadium by an extra year

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A first-half strike from Maya Yoshida proved to be the lethal blow for the Hammers, as Ronald Koeman's ten men battled their way closer to a European finish

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The Aston Villa striker got on the scoresheet in an important 2-0 win against Norwich City and criticised the media after the match for linking him with a January departure

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The Saints were forced to play almost the whole of the second period with 10 men but still managed to claim all three points against Slaven Bilic's in-form Hammers

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The first walkout in Liverpool history took place at Anfield on Saturday and the home players may as well have left too after throwing away a two-goal lead