14th Nov 2013
Manchester United boss David Moyes is considering a bid for midfielder Andres Iniesta after hearing the Spain international has fallen out with Barcelona bosses.
USA skipper Clint Dempsey is set to make a loan return to the Premier League from Seattle Sounders in January. Tottenham have first refusal on the midfielder but Fulham, Aston Villa and Everton are also interested.
AC Milan have turned to Newcastle full-back Davide Santon as the man they want to replace Ignazio Abate who has been linked with a move to Arsenal.
Porto's Colombian striker Jackson Martinez is prepared to depart for a bigger club, with Chelsea, Liverpool and Tottenham interested in signing him during the summer.
Napoli boss Rafa Benitez is ready to battle Manchester City to sign St-Etienne defender Kurt Zouma.
Manchester City have been told they will have to pay £20m to sign Malaga goalkeeper Willy Caballero in the January transfer window.
Chelsea are planning a £25m move for Marseille defensive midfielder Giannelli Imbula.
Former Chelsea defender Dan Petrescu is set to agree to become Crystal Palace's next manager - if he is given a contract lasting at least two years.
Manchester City boss Manuel Pellegrini has angered several players by taking the vice-captaincy from Pablo Zabaleta and handing it to Yaya Toure in the absence of injured skipper Vincent Kompany.
The City boss delayed dropping goalkeeper Joe Hart in order to help England qualify for the World Cup. The Chilean coach was due to drop the player before England's World Cup qualifiers last month against Montenegro and Poland but delayed the decision so as not to knock Hart's confidence.
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Liverpool midfielder Steven Gerrard will have a painkilling injection for his hip injury so he can play in England's friendly against Germany on Tuesday. The captain is already out of Friday's game against Chile.
West Brom have written to the Premier League to demand video technology is used to stop a repeat of the penalty controversy that denied them victory at Chelsea on Saturday.
Manchester United fans are exploring the purchase of shares in the club in order to help push through safe standing at Old Trafford. It comes after the Manchester United Supporters' Trust improved its dialogue with the club after years of being sidelined.