Monday, January 26, 2015

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The Chelsea forward has struggled for first-team appearances this season and has been linked with a January exit as Jose Mourinho chases Fiorentina winger Juan Cuadrado

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In an official statement, the Blancos said they have provided all requested information and hit out at 'unfounded and speculative' reports accusing them of wrongdoing

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The Dutchman, whose current contract expires in 2016, admits he is unsure whether he will see out the remainder of his career at Old Trafford.

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The Spain goalkeeper, who has not turned out for the first team since joining the club at the start of January, faced one serious effort on goal and conceded at his near post.

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The club have decided to wait until the summer before appointing a new manager, leaving the 50-year-old to see out the remainder of the campaign at St James' Park.

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The French champions have registered their interest, but the player's agent claims Louis van Gaal has no plans to let the Belgium international leave.

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The Dutchman has been alarmed at the lack of candidates bidding to oust the current head of the game's world governing body and has decided to take matters into his own hands.

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Middlesbrough have been rewarded for knocking Manchester City out of the FA Cup with a trip to holders Arsenal in the fifth round.

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The Spanish shot-stopper is open to joining European stars Frank Lampard and Steven Gerrard in the growing North American league.

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The Ballon d'Or winner was sent off on Saturday for kicking out at Edimar Fraga, and though Neymar sympathizes with his reaction, the Brazilian says he should be suspended.

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The Blues were beaten by a League One outfit at Stamford Bridge on Saturday, and their manager has demanded his side put that loss behind them in the League Cup semifinal.

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The Feyenoord youngster has been in incredible form this season and his remarkable performance against Ajax shows he is ready to make the step up.

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The Blues were humiliated by the third-tier side at Stamford Bridge in the FA Cup, but the manager says he will not be forced into the transfer market as a result.