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Chelsea striker Didier Drogba faces two weeks on the sidelines after picking up an ankle problem. The Ivorian will miss the midweek Champions League game against Sporting and the Blues' clash with Arsenal on Sunday.
Tottenham are keeping tabs on Sampdoria striker Manolo Gabbiadini. Spurs scouted the Italian forward last season and could make a move for the 22-year-old in January.
Mourinho wants Talisca to replace Drogbar in chelsea. The Brazilian is being observed by the coach for two seasons and can be an option in the next transfer window. Benfica spent €4 million and his fine is about €45 millions.
Manchester United are growing increasingly concerned over Ander Herrera who picked up a back injury against West Ham. The Red Devils fear the injury may be more serious than originally thought.
Alan Pardew's job as Newcastle manager remains safe despite Monday's 1-0 defeat at Stoke. The Magpies boss will remain at the helm even if his side lose against Swansea on Saturday.
Manchester United defender Phil Jones is set to make a surprise return to action against Everton on Sunday. The England international has returned to training and is expected to be fit to face the Toffees.
Atletico Madrid sporting director was in Italy to attend Genoa-Sampdoria. I colchoneros are monitoring Gabbiadini player that is co-ownership between Juventus and Samp. Juve is interested in Suarez, could lead to a negotiation for these two players
Palermo is in last place in Serie A and now, after the defeat against Lazio, Beppe Iachini risks to lose his bench. Gianluca Atzori could be in pole position for his replacement.
Due to Boatengs injury problems there could be a new conflivt between Guardiola and Bayern Doc Wohlfahrt. Both already were in conflict about the treatment of Thiagfo Alcantara.
Real Madrid have no intention of letting Cristiano Ronaldo leave either in January or next summer, though are likely be more open to his departure in two years' time and might be willing to cash in on a player who would then be 31-years-old.