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Manchester United has the option to break its loan agreement with Monaco for forward Radamel Falcao. The Colombian has only recently recovered from a serious knee injury and if it were to happen again, United can cancel the loan.
Sacked Portugal coach Paulo Bento told RTP he hopes his dismissal wasn't influenced by Real Madrid star Cristiano Ronaldo.
London rivals Arsenal and Tottenham are battling to sign Fabian Schar in January. The Basel center back, 22, featured for Switzerland in the World Cup.
Chelsea and Arsenal are in the hunt for Ipswich Town fullback Tyrone Mings and will compete with Crystal Palace for his signature. Mings is expected to cost 2.5 million pounds.
Arsenal is keeping tabs on Lyon striker Clinton N'Jie. The 21-year-old Cameroonian has been touted as the next Samuel Eto'o and has a release clause of 800,000 pounds.
Manchester United is not prepared to break the bank to sign Cristiano Ronaldo from Real Madrid and will try to play hardball with the Spanish giant over any potential deal.
Juventus and Fiorentina are eyeing a loan deal for Manchester United youngster Adnan Januzaj. The teenager could be available in January on a short-term deal with the two Italian sides both interested.
West Ham and QPR will battle it out to sign Toronto FC striker Jermain Defoe in the January transfer window. Harry Redknapp is keen to sign Defoe but faces competition from Sam Allardyce.
Newcastle is monitoring West Ham's Andy Carroll as he recovers from injury, with a view to making a bid for the striker in the January transfer window.
Manchester United is yet to open contract talks with Andrea Pereira and could lose the youngster, who is free to talks to clubs in January as his contract expires next summer.