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Bayern Munich are said to be entering the race to sign Gareth Bale. Reports claim the Madrid winger is being considered as a long-term replacement for Arjen Robben, who is entering the twilight of his career.

Bayern Munich coach Pep Guardiola, 44, will be ready to move to the Premier League at the end of the season if he fails to agree a new contract with the German club, with London his preferred destination.

Manchester United will have to double their summer offer of around £20m to buy Southampton’s Senegal forward Sadio Mane, 23.

Chelsea will attempt to sign 19-year-old midfielder Marko Grujic, who has been dubbed ‘the next Nemanja Matic’, but will immediately loan him back to Red Star Belgrade.

Jose Mourinho hit out during Friday’s press conference: “You are not going to get any funny headlines out of me.”

Mourinho has told Marc Wilmots to keep his mouth shut over Eden Hazard’s future after the Belgium coach talked up the player’s chances of joining Real Madrid.

Manchester United goalkeeper Victor Valdes is hoping to move to a rival Premier League club in January, according to his agent Gines Carvaja.

United manager Louis van Gaal has told Wayne Rooney, 30 on Friday, that the length of the England captain’s career will depend on “how he lives for his profession”.

Manchester United and Arsenal could swoop for Argentine forward Paulo Dybala after his former president urged him to leave Juventus.

Juventus are becoming increasingly confident that they will be able to sign Chelsea’s Colombian international Juan Cuadrado on a permanent deal

Italian reports claim Inter are considering moves for Real Madrid pair Casemiro and Jese Rodriguez.

Liverpool will resurrect interest in Fiorentina midfielder Mario Suarez.

Former Chelsea and Real Madrid boss Carlo Ancelotti is coming to a big screen near you, with the Italian reportedly landing a cameo role in the forthcoming Star Trek film.

The Blues are looking at bringing in 22-year-old Boca Juniors striker Jonathan Calleri in January.

Barcelona and Arsenal target Nolito has ruled out leaving current club Celta Vigo in the January transfer window. “God will decide my future. I’m not leaving in January. I’m happy in Vigo,” he said.

Manchester City boss Manuel Pellegrini has warned captain Vincent Kompany, 29, his days of being a Manchester City “untouchable” are gone.

But Pellegrini also hinted that Kompany may return to the City starting line-up for Sunday’s derby showdown with Manchester United.

City midfielder David Silva could also be set for a surprise return at Old Trafford after missing two games with an ankle injury.

Sunderland boss Sam Allardyce says the Black Cats have proved they handle derby-day pressure better than his former club Newcastle.

Allardyce admits he feels a “big responsibility” to the hundreds of club staff who could find their jobs at risk if he cannot save the club from relegation.

Mario Balotelli has poked fun at Manchester United fans ahead of their clash with his former club Manchester City.

The crowd disturbances during England’s final Euro 2016 qualifier against Lithuania have seen the FA hit with a 15,000 euros (£10,765) fine and the hosts handed double that punishment by UEFA.

Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp has warned fans he cannot create a “genius plan”, when his new side are not yet a Bayern Munich or Barcelona.

Liverpool striker Danny Ings, out for the rest of the seasonwith injury, posted a picture of himselfon crutches with the Player of the Month award for September: “First day back today, this cheered me up. Thank you to all the @LFC family.”

Tottenham’s defensive midfielder Eric Dier, 21, says the key to handling Chelsea’s temperamental striker Diego Costa, 27, is to be nice to him.

Even Premier League footballers have problems, with Crystal Palace striker Connor Wickham tweeting:”Cracked alloy! Fantastic.”

QPR goalkeeper Rob Green believes he can play until he is 45, another 10 years.

The crowd disturbances during England’s final Euro 2016 qualifier against Lithuania have seen the FA hit with a 15,000 euros (£10,765) fine and the hosts handed double that punishment by UEFA.


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