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Italy midfielder Marco Verratti has signed a one-year extension to his contract at Paris Saint-Germain.
Former Real Madrid president Ramon Calderon says Cristiano Ronaldo is "fed up" with life at the Bernabeu, fuelling talk of a sensational return to Manchester United.
Manchester City are eyeing up a move for James Ward-Prowse if James Milner leaves in January, while Manchester United still want Mats Hummels.
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Newcastle are unlikely to axe Alan Pardew before next weekend's clash with Hull, while Martin Demichelis wants to extend his Man City contract.
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lfc_90: I've heard Jermain Defoe is on his way to Southampton in January, stepping in for Jay Rodriguez who is on his way to Spurs.
johnybravo: Victor Valdes to Liverpool
uglygooner: Can Man Utd dislodge last season's top 4? If I can analyse, the weakest link in last years top 4 for me is Liverpool, why? because they have lost one of the most...
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lfcfan4life: Both you and Marshy should stop smoking that stuff! You lot will still be battling Everton and spurs to 5th if not 6th!
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TEAMtalk takes a look at how the media rated Manchester United's players, including the three debutants in Sunday's 4-0 win over QPR.
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Tom Cleverley has time and the tools to turn his career around after marking his Aston Villa debut with victory at Liverpool, writes Adam Bate.
Tottenham FanZoner Nik Wardle bemoans Spurs' lack of leadership, and says securing a top four place would represent a White Hart Lane miracle.
Norwich FanZoner Ollie Baines has hailed the club's start to the new season and heaped praise on boss Neil Adams for the style of football.
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Southampton are set to sign Victor Wanyama and Miroslav Stoch, Carlos Tevez could move to AC Milan, while Cardiff are set to sign Thomas Ince.
Chelsea and Arsenal want Valencia's Paco Alcacer, Roma are chasing Glen Johnson, while Man United could offer Juan Mata for Kevin Strootman.
Toronto president Tim Leiweke does not expect QPR target Jermain Defoe to play for the club again, while Ron Vlaar's Villa future is unclear.
Man United are set to offer Cristiano Ronaldo £300,000 a week in a bid to lure him back to Old Trafford, but Real Madrid are not keen to sell.
Arsenal are set to face competition from Roma to sign Adrien Rabiot in January and Gary Cahill is poised to pen a new deal at Chelsea.
Chelsea will bid £60m next summer to try and land Cristiano Ronaldo and Newcastle boss Alan Pardew has two games to save his job.
Newcastle want Nice midfielder Nampalys Mendy as a replacement for Cheick Tiote, while Lucas Piazon fears for his future at Chelsea.
Manchester United and Liverpool want to sign Barcelona defender Dani Alves, while Aston Villa's Fabian Delph is in line for a new contract.
Arsenal reportedly turned down the opportunity to sign Micah Richards in the summer, while Loic Remy reveals desire to prove Liverpool wrong.
Juventus are considering a move for Liverpool defender Glen Johnson and AC Milan's Nigel de Jong looks set to snub a move to Manchester United.
PSG are set to offer cash plus Adrien Rabiot in a bid to sign Manchester United target Kevin Strootman and Blackpool could turn to Owen Coyle.
Egypt boss Shawky Gharib has expressed concern over Chelsea's use of Mohamed Salah, while West Ham coach Neil McDonald is set for Carlisle.
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