Chelsea 0 - 0 Man City
Brentford 0 - 1 M'boro
PSV 0 - 0 Willem II
Scunthorpe have announced the signing of Kevin van Veen from FC Oss for an undisclosed fee, subject to international clearance.
QPR are interested in signing West Ham midfielder Mark Noble, Sky sources understand.
Man United have put aside £120m to lure Gareth Bale, Man City will break the bank to sign Cristiano Ronaldo, while Mark Noble could join QPR.
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Chelsea are ready to make a £21m bid for West Ham striker Enner Valencia, while Tottenham captain Younes Kaboul is a target for Stuttgart.
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fleetwoodjack: With Bony gone and the uncertainty over Gomis, Monk is looking at Dutch striker Jeremain Lens who plays for Dinamo Kiev.
sam20: Javi Martinez of Bayern is a target for Man Utd in the summer.
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Mark Holmes faces Man United fan Gaz Coombes in the prediction challenge, with both men tipping the Red Devils, Arsenal and Southampton to win.
Frank Lampard remains a Chelsea legend but is proving a crucial player for their Premier League title rivals Manchester City, writes Adam Bate.
FanZoner Nik Wardle says Tottenham cannot risk spending big in the transfer window, and expects Roberto Soldado and Emmanuel Adebayor to stay.
Southampton FanZoner Ben Stanfield reflects on the win at Manchester United and assesses his side's chances for the rest of the season.
Louis Van Gaal was happy with Manchester United's positive performance in a disciplined 4-4-2 formation. Although he was disappointed to see his side concede a late goal after controlling the game.
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