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Thursday, December 29, 2011


Arsene Wenger has dismissed reports linking Arsenal with a loan move for Lyon midfielder Yoann Gourcuff because he has that position covered.

Aston Villa
Enda Stevens is on his way to Aston Villa, but Coach Alex McLeish has warned that he must prove that he is deserving of a Premier League role.

Blackburn are on red alert after Italian legend Alessandro Del Piero revealed he has no plans to retire when he leaves Juventus next summer.

Jussi Jaaskelainen admits it would be a big blow to lose Gary Cahill but believes Bolton's squad is deep enough to handle his possible exit.

Barcelona want re-sign young Oriol Romeu from Chelsea in order to fill the void left by the likely departure of Seydou Keita in the summer.

Tim Howard believes dipping into the January transfer market would 'breathe some fresh life' into Everton, as they target a top-10 finish.

Fulham are to kick-off the battle for Billy Sharp's signature, with the Cottagers set to make a GBP3.5 million bid for the Doncaster striker.

Coach Kenny Dalglish believes Liverpool should be in a better position in the league but recognises they must do their talking on the pitch.

Manchester City
Tottenham boss Harry Redknapp says he would not hesitate in signing Manchester City striker Carlos Tevez if the opportunity presented itself.

Manchester United
Manchester United face competition from Barcelona for PSV Eindhoven fullback Jetro Willems, who is being viewed as the 'new Gary Neville'.

Newcastle United
In-demand Newcastle United midfielder Cheick Tiote has insisted he is happy on Tyneside amid speculation his club might sell him next month.

Norwich City
Defender Zak Whitbread claims to be enjoying Norwich's hectic festive fixture list, ahead of their sixth game of the month against Fulham.

Queens Park Rangers
QPR manager Neil Warnock believes the club can be excited about the rest of the season if they can bring in up to four players in January.

Stoke City
Stoke City coach Tony Pulis has warned his team not to get ahead of themselves, especially after a remarkable 12 months that they have had.

Martin O'Neill has echoed the sentiments of predecessor Steve Bruce and admitted that a lack of cutting edge has held Sunderland back in 2011.

Swansea City
Swansea City midfielder Kemy Agustien was content to help the team by switching to an unfamiliar right-back position against QPR on Tuesday.

Tottenham coach Harry Redknapp is ready to press ahead with a January move for Marseille striker Loic Remy, who could cost them GBP24 million.

West Brom
West Brom's veteran midfielder Zoltan Gera has admitted the club's backing has helped him come to terms with his latest serious knee injury.

Wigan Athletic
Real Betis may have to give up their hopes of landing Wigan midfielder Mohamed Diame, as his EUR4 million fee may be too steep for the club.

Winger Stephen Hunt has called for Wolves to put their bodies on the line as they battle to stay clear of the relegation dogfight in 2012.

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