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Manchester United had a bad start in the Premier League and Van Gaal would be thinking to reinforce the team with Arturo Vidal. The Red Devils could try an assault in January but the Juventus player is not for sale
Liverpool could miss out on 6.8 million pounds of Champions League prize money if it is found guilty of breaching Financial Fair Play regulations. Liverpool's losses over the past two seasons exceed the FFP limit and a UEFA inquiry is ongoing.
Adrien Rabiot's agent called Roma to announce that the French talent is ready to leave PSG. The player wants to move to the Giallorossi and wants to arrive in Italy in January.
Real Madrid is set to make a 30 million euro move for Chelsea midfielder Ramires. Carlo Ancelotti wants to strengthen his midfield and sees the 27-year-old as the ideal fit, with a bid expected in either January or next summer.
Roy Hodgson is considering fast-tracking Manchester United center back Tyler Blackett into his England senior team with a view towards Euro 2016. Blackett has made just five appearances for United and played only nine minutes for the U21s.
Manchester City will again try to sign Everton star Ross Barkley, with reports suggesting the Premier League champion will make a 45 million euro bid in January.
Liverpool and Arsenal are set to miss out on Isco with Carlo Ancelotti keen to keep him at Real Madrid and give him more game time.
Arsenal and Manchester United are preparing bids for Aston Villa defender Ron Vlaar. The Netherlands international has yet to agree a contract extension at Villa Park and is a free agent at the end of the season.
West Ham midfielder Ravel Morrison is set to seal a season-long loan move to Cardiff. The two clubs are in negotiations with a January recall clause.
Arsenal will face competition from PSG and Bayern Munich for Barcelona starlet Munir El Haddadi. The Gunners were closing in on a 9.5 million pound move, but both PSG and Bayern are willing to match that fee.