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Tuesday, November 29, 2011


Espanyol have shortlisted three forwards as possible target, including Arsenal's Marouane Chamakh, who has made only one start this season.

Aston Villa
Alex McLeish admits the performances of Jermaine Jenas and Barry Bannan have given him 'food for thought' ahead of the Manchester Utd match.

Blackburn Rovers boss Steve Kean is planning to meet Venky's to discuss January targets and is also prepared to speak with disgruntled fans.

Bolton defender Paul Robinson feels Everton were lucky not to have been reduced to 10 men after he was fouled by Seamus Coleman on Saturday.

Chelsea are keen on landing another Barcelona kid as they prepare a move for Sergi Roberto, who would cost them in the region of GBP5 million.

Tim Howard is keen to remain cautious and believes it will take more than two wins in a row for Everton to feel like they are back on track.

Manager Martin Jol has called on striker Bobby Zamora to become more prolific if he wants to be included in the England squad for Euro 2012.

Jose Enrique has insisted playing twice in 48 hours can be no excuse if Liverpool are knocked out of the Carling Cup quarter-final by Chelsea.

Manchester City
AC Milan insist that Carlos Tevez will only arrive in January if Manchester City agree to a free loan, with an option to buy in the summer.

Manchester United
Striker Ricky van Wolfswinkel is flattered to have been linked with the likes of Manchester Utd, but insists he is happy at Sporting Lisbon.

Newcastle United
Striker Demba Ba believes Newcastle Utd and Manchester Utd both got the rub of the green during their 1-1 draw at Old Trafford on Saturday.

Norwich City
Grant Holt insists he does not expect to automatically start next weekend's clash at Manchester City despite netting the winner against QPR.

Queens Park Rangers
QPR could bring in 3 or more players in the January transfer window to help add more depth to the squad, according to owner Tony Fernandes.

Stoke City
Stoke boss Tony Pulis believes his players have to start adapting to the rigours of playing in Europe if they are to do better domestically.

Right winger Sebastian Larsson has given his backing to Sunderland boss Steve Bruce but admitted that his side lack potency in their attack.

Swansea City
Swansea defender Garry Monk believes the players should be pleased they secured a point against Aston Villa despite not being at their best.

It was reported that Tottenham boss Harry Redknapp is keeping a close watch on Sporting Lisbon defender Joao Pereira, valued at GBP8 million.

West Brom
West Brom have confirmed that midfielder Zoltan Gera has suffered a serious knee injury and will be sidelined for the 'foreseeable future'.

Wigan Athletic
Wigan boss Roberto Martinez believes the club has a bright future because chairman Dave Whelan has stuck with him 'through thick and thin'.

Wolves boss Mick McCarthy believes this weekend's match against Sunderland will prove to be one of the biggest of the season for both sides.

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