Manchester United are reportedly keen on breaking the bank to sign Brazilian superstar Neymar in a deal that could see the Red Devils shatter the world transfer record which United’s Pogba currently holds. It’s no secret that Manchester United have been interested in the Barcelona Ace for quite some time.   Ageing forwards With Rooney 

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Goalkeeper: Hugo Lloris Spurs have the joint best defensive record in the league and Lloris has played a huge role. An ever present in the Tottenham goal, he has shone throughout. He has always been a brilliant shot stopper but he has perfected his craft to an even higher level as well as becoming a 

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Chelsea opened their account of the season with a 2-1 victory over visiting West Ham, with Diego Costa, E. Hazard and Collins (for West Ham) scoring in the encounter. Their fine run of form continued into the second and third week, with wins against Watford [2-1 away] and Burnley [3-0 home] respectively. Antonio Conte’s record 

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Spurs fans have needed something to cheer them up in recent weeks.   Therefore there was no better time for Poch to get suited up, adopt the look of a IT salesman and get Harry Kane to renew his Windows 10 licenses for another 3 years.   Actually it was 5 years and a £100k 

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Pep Guardiola will table bids for Southampton’s Virgil van Dijk and Sporting Lisbon’s William Carvalho, if the Daily Mail are to be believed.   Why? In a bid to find long-term replacements for Yaya Toure and Vincent Kompany, Guardiola has been given licence to spend big this January. Van Dijk’s reputation has substantially increased this 

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Crystal Palace’s terrible run under Alan Pardew has been well documented. They have been in rotten form and this dates well back to December of last year. Here is their run of results over the last 34 games: Five wins from 34 games represents relegation form. 24 points in 34 games across one season would result 

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Barcelona vs Real Madrid is arguably the biggest club game in world football. On average, there is almost 800 million people who watch the match each year. It truly is the game that brings the most talented individuals onto one playing field. So who will come out trumps in 2016? Madrid are certainly the form 

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Arsenal supporters were left venting their spleen at full time after their EFL Cup encounter with Southampton, with many of them making their way out of the stadium long before the final whistle. The Gunners suffered a shock 2-0 defeat to the visiting Saints, ending their 19 game unbeaten run in all competitions. Although Arsenal 

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Adam’s latest “The Championship Corner” column. In the midst of a busy schedule under a manager seemingly intent on fighting the world, Manchester United are wrapped up in their own challenges at the moment but it would have been interesting to know if anybody at Old Trafford took more than a passing interest in Wigan’s 

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Manchester United blitzed past West Ham United with a 4-1 victory to cruise into the EFL Cup semifinal on Wednesday night at Old Trafford. The hosts started on full throttle, with Zlatan Ibrahimovic scoring the opener in the second minute after some brilliant work from Henrikh Mkhitaryan. Déjà vu struck when former United prodigy Ashley 

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Liverpool are set to pinch Moussa Dembele from former-boss Brendan Rodgers. Glasgow Live are reporting that Jurgen Klopp will table a £20 million bid for the Celtic star. Eager to add firepower to an attack that builds the foundation of their title challenge, Klopp has sent scouts to watch Dembele several times.   Salary boost 

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Gareth Southgate must be one hell of a salesman.   He is currently trying to persuade Steve Holland that a good career move would be to jack it in with Antonio Conte and the Premier League leaders and come and be found guilty by association the next time England crash out of a major tournament. 

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The high rise and now fall of Joe Hart from Manchester City is one that is unfolded during the summer transfer window of 2016 with a loan move to Torino being made following the arrival of Pep Guardiola for the season. The same applied with Arsenal midfielder Jack Wilshere with veteran-Gunners manager Arsene Wenger willing 

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Paul Pogba may have hogged all the headlines for becoming the most expensive signing in all the history of the modern game, but the arrival of Henrikh Mkhitaryan from Bundesliga side Borussia Dortmund was equally welcome with clamor and fanfare. With 23 goals and a further 26 assists last season, the prospect of having the 

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Middlesbrough’s 2-2 draw at Leicester on Saturday moved Aitor Karanka’s men onto 12 points in what has been a respectable start to Premier League life for a team boasting little in the way of experience. Loanees Calum Chambers and Alvaro Negredo have had cursory spells with Arsenal and Manchester City respectively while Fabio da Silva 

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