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Following their poor start to the season, Chelsea will make a move for Tottenham striker Harry Kane, though they will wait until the summer before trying to secure the 22-year-old's services.
An anonymous Manchester United star has reportedly admitted that he is “half the player” under Louis van Gaal and feels he "can't express himself properly".
Crystal Palace manager Alan Pardew is hoping to lure Sporting striker Islam Slimani to the club in an effort to boost their forward line, which has struggled to produce goals this season.
Newcastle United are planning ambitious bids for Swansea City centre-midfielder Jonjo Shelvey and Tottenham winger Andros Townsend as they plan their January business in an effort to avoid relegation.
Manchester United's stars have been pitted against some of their angry WAGs due to Louis van Gaal's policy of surprise training sessions in evenings. Some of the players are reportedly unhappy at being forced to train at such antisocial hours.
Chelsea centre-back Gary Cahill has been warned that he has three weeks to agree terms on a lon-term contract or he won't get one at all. The Blues' policy of not giving long-term contracts to players over 30 has led to this deadline.
Chelsea are planning to bring in a striker during the January transfer window as the club believe Diego Costa needs assistance in attack for their season to be salvaged.
Juventus have seen a £10 million bid for attacking midfielder Samir Nasri rejected ahead of the January transfer window. The Frenchman is currently out injured and Manchester City aren't listening to offers for him.
Chelsea owner Roman Abramovich has made Bayern winger Franck Ribery his top transfer target in January. Despite the Frenchman having spent much of the last two years injured, the Russian oligarch is willing to splash £45 million on the 32-year-old.
Borussia Dortmund defender Mats Hummels has decided he will hand in a transfer request, putting Manchester United on red alert. The Red Devils were pursuing the German earlier in 2015 before he ruled out the possibility of a summer move.