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<p class="art-txt-first"><strong>Cesc Fabregas believes a summer switch to Chelsea has allowed him to produce ‘some of the best football of my career’.</strong></p>
<p>The former <a href="http://www.thegunners247.uk" target="_blank">Arsenal</a> midfielder has been in sparkling form since returning to English football from Barcelona.</p>
<p>He has helped Chelsea to make an unbeaten start to their Premier League title bid and progress safely through to the last-16 of the UEFA Champions League.</p>
<p>Fabregas has been deployed in his favoured playmaking position by Jose Mourinho and has responded by producing a number of impressive displays, with the Spain international adding another four assists to his tally during a 5-0 European mauling of Schalke in midweek.</p>
<p>He said on raising his game since moving to Stamford Bridge: “Right now, I am playing some of the best football of my career.</p>
<p>“One hundred per cent this is my best position. I feel more in control of the game, I touch the ball all the time, I feel happy. I go and get the ball from here, from there, I can go forward, Oscar drops deep.</p>
<p>“I feel free, I feel confident, I feel in control and that’s what I like the most in football.</p>
<p>“Sometimes in the past three, four years in the national team and Barcelona, I was playing like a No 9. I had to do it for the team but here, where I am playing today, it’s where I enjoy my football the most.</p>
<p>“I am playing next to great players and they are playing very well and helping me. We have a very young, talented team.</p>
<p>“The mood is great and hopefully, it will continue to grow as the season goes on because you know that for the next two months it’s going to be really tough – a lot of games.”</p>
<p>Fabregas added: “I chose this challenge because I felt it could be this way. I didn’t come here to just play well and that’s it. I came here to win trophies and if I could play well and enjoy myself, all the better.</p>
<p>“The most important thing for me is we know what we are doing, we know when we defend, when we have to attack, when we slow the pace, or go quicker.</p>
<p>“Right now, we are doing that very well and, potentially, this team can be very good.</p>

<p>“But we have to win trophies. No-one remembers if there was a great team and you don’t win trophies. We have to win and that will say a lot from us and people will judge it how they want to.”</p>

Cesc Fabregas believes a summer switch to Chelsea has allowed him to produce ‘some of the best football of my career’.

The former Arsenal midfielder has been in sparkling form since returning to English football from Barcelona.

He has helped Chelsea to make an unbeaten start to their Premier League title bid and progress safely through to the last-16 of the UEFA Champions League.

Fabregas has been deployed in his favoured playmaking position by Jose Mourinho and has responded by producing a number of impressive displays, with the Spain international adding another four assists to his tally during a 5-0 European mauling of Schalke in midweek.

He said on raising his game since moving to Stamford Bridge: “Right now, I am playing some of the best football of my career.

“One hundred per cent this is my best position. I feel more in control of the game, I touch the ball all the time, I feel happy. I go and get the ball from here, from there, I can go forward, Oscar drops deep.

“I feel free, I feel confident, I feel in control and that’s what I like the most in football.

“Sometimes in the past three, four years in the national team and Barcelona, I was playing like a No 9. I had to do it for the team but here, where I am playing today, it’s where I enjoy my football the most.

“I am playing next to great players and they are playing very well and helping me. We have a very young, talented team.

“The mood is great and hopefully, it will continue to grow as the season goes on because you know that for the next two months it’s going to be really tough – a lot of games.”

Fabregas added: “I chose this challenge because I felt it could be this way. I didn’t come here to just play well and that’s it. I came here to win trophies and if I could play well and enjoy myself, all the better.

“The most important thing for me is we know what we are doing, we know when we defend, when we have to attack, when we slow the pace, or go quicker.

“Right now, we are doing that very well and, potentially, this team can be very good.

“But we have to win trophies. No-one remembers if there was a great team and you don’t win trophies. We have to win and that will say a lot from us and people will judge it how they want to.”

Posted 18 hours ago
<p><strong>Arteta “out for a while”, reveals Wenger, after calf injury</strong></p>
<div><strong>The Spanish midfielder came down with a calf injury in <a href="http://www.thegunners247.uk/news" target="_blank">Arsenal’s</a> 2-0 win over Borussia Dortmund on Wednesday, with the club’s manager fearing the worse.</strong></div>
<p><a href="http://www.thegunners247.uk/news" target="_blank">The Gunners</a> boss Arsene Wenger was left in sorrow after seeing club captain Mikel Arteta succumb to injury in the north London side’s 2-0 win over Bourssia Dortmund in the Champions League on Wednesday.</p>
<p>The Spaniard was substituted in the 67th minute upon request, unable to see out the remainder of the game, with the French manager later revealing his knock to be damage to the calf, claiming the 32-year-old “will be out for a while”.</p>
<p>"That doesn’t look good, it’s the calf," Arsene told Sky Sports. "It’s very difficult to take on the chin because we are going into many games and you need everybody available, but I think Arteta will be out for a while.</p>
<p>Much to Le Prof’s worst fears, <a href="http://www.thegunners247.uk/" target="_blank">Arsenal’s</a> injury woes continue to pile on. The FA Cup holders are still without German playmaker Mesut Ozil, who is out with a serious knee injury, whilst Jack Wilshere could miss up to four months of actions, with the English due to see a specialist over his injury.</p>

Arteta “out for a while”, reveals Wenger, after calf injury

The Spanish midfielder came down with a calf injury in Arsenal’s 2-0 win over Borussia Dortmund on Wednesday, with the club’s manager fearing the worse.

The Gunners boss Arsene Wenger was left in sorrow after seeing club captain Mikel Arteta succumb to injury in the north London side’s 2-0 win over Bourssia Dortmund in the Champions League on Wednesday.

The Spaniard was substituted in the 67th minute upon request, unable to see out the remainder of the game, with the French manager later revealing his knock to be damage to the calf, claiming the 32-year-old “will be out for a while”.

"That doesn’t look good, it’s the calf," Arsene told Sky Sports. "It’s very difficult to take on the chin because we are going into many games and you need everybody available, but I think Arteta will be out for a while.

Much to Le Prof’s worst fears, Arsenal’s injury woes continue to pile on. The FA Cup holders are still without German playmaker Mesut Ozil, who is out with a serious knee injury, whilst Jack Wilshere could miss up to four months of actions, with the English due to see a specialist over his injury.

Posted 18 hours ago
<p class="art-txt-first"><strong>Liverpool drew 2-2 away to Ludogorets to keep their Champions League hopes alive with one game left in Group B.</strong></p>

<p>Prior to Wednesday night’s game, Brendan Rodgers said ‘our season starts now’ - although it is unlikely he expected that to include a Dani Abalo goal for the hosts after three minutes in Sofia.</p>
<p>However, Rickie Lambert struck back with his first-ever Champions League goal five minutes later before Jordan Henderson gave Liverpool the lead in the 37th minute, after good work from a revitalised Raheem Sterling.</p>
<p>The visitors looked to be heading for all three points but up popped Georgi Terziev to level for the home side two minutes from time. Luckily for Liverpool and more than 2,000 travelling fans, Basel were unable to score against Real Madrid and a victory against the Swiss side at Anfield on Matchday 6 will see them through.</p>
<p>It was an open game, and surprisingly it was the home side that had the majority of the early chances, with Virgil Misidjan in particular causing Liverpool problems down the left-hand side.</p>
<p>Ludogorets paid no attention to their competitor’s European pedigree and captain Steven Gerrard was positioned at the tip of the diamond as Rodgers sent his team out looking for a win.</p>
<p>However, they were quickly behind as Marcelinho’s shot from outside the area was fumbled by Simon Mignolet, who had not had chance to train on the pitch as Rodgers held a session at Melwood before the squad flew out to Bulgaria, and Abalo followed in to score.</p>
<p>Mignolet’s already-fragile confidence became even more frayed and he later flapped at one cross, creating a moment of panic in a packed penalty area, and only managed to half-stop a bouncing free-kick from Fabio Espinho, while his nerves will not have been helped by Kolo Toure sliding a cross inches past his left-hand post.</p>
<p>But within five minutes of the opener, Liverpool were level when Lambert somehow managed to meet his own flick-on from Henderson’s pump forward and nod in off the post.</p>
<p>Gerrard was finding more space in the Ludogorets half than he had done for most of the season in his own but it was Sterling’s pace and perfect left-footed cross after being released by Lambert when the hosts lost possession on halfway which created the second for Henderson to convert at the far post in the 37th minute.</p>
<p>Being only the second Bulgarian team in history to make it to the Champions League, the home side had nothing to lose and they played some good football in front of their fans. It is not too much to say they could have beaten the Premier League team as they had the better of the early chances.</p>
<p>Sterling should have put the match beyond doubt 10 minutes from time when played through by Gerrard and Terziev’s conversion at an 88th-minute corner took some of the shine off the result.</p>
<p>The Reds still haven’t won a game this month and many will doubt if they can get a result when Basel visit Anfield in December on Matchday 6.</p>

<p>They have to win against the Swiss if they are to progress to the knock-out stages of Europe’s top competition. If they do not, they will face competing in the Europa League - which many will see as failure.</p>

Liverpool drew 2-2 away to Ludogorets to keep their Champions League hopes alive with one game left in Group B.

Prior to Wednesday night’s game, Brendan Rodgers said ‘our season starts now’ - although it is unlikely he expected that to include a Dani Abalo goal for the hosts after three minutes in Sofia.

However, Rickie Lambert struck back with his first-ever Champions League goal five minutes later before Jordan Henderson gave Liverpool the lead in the 37th minute, after good work from a revitalised Raheem Sterling.

The visitors looked to be heading for all three points but up popped Georgi Terziev to level for the home side two minutes from time. Luckily for Liverpool and more than 2,000 travelling fans, Basel were unable to score against Real Madrid and a victory against the Swiss side at Anfield on Matchday 6 will see them through.

It was an open game, and surprisingly it was the home side that had the majority of the early chances, with Virgil Misidjan in particular causing Liverpool problems down the left-hand side.

Ludogorets paid no attention to their competitor’s European pedigree and captain Steven Gerrard was positioned at the tip of the diamond as Rodgers sent his team out looking for a win.

However, they were quickly behind as Marcelinho’s shot from outside the area was fumbled by Simon Mignolet, who had not had chance to train on the pitch as Rodgers held a session at Melwood before the squad flew out to Bulgaria, and Abalo followed in to score.

Mignolet’s already-fragile confidence became even more frayed and he later flapped at one cross, creating a moment of panic in a packed penalty area, and only managed to half-stop a bouncing free-kick from Fabio Espinho, while his nerves will not have been helped by Kolo Toure sliding a cross inches past his left-hand post.

But within five minutes of the opener, Liverpool were level when Lambert somehow managed to meet his own flick-on from Henderson’s pump forward and nod in off the post.

Gerrard was finding more space in the Ludogorets half than he had done for most of the season in his own but it was Sterling’s pace and perfect left-footed cross after being released by Lambert when the hosts lost possession on halfway which created the second for Henderson to convert at the far post in the 37th minute.

Being only the second Bulgarian team in history to make it to the Champions League, the home side had nothing to lose and they played some good football in front of their fans. It is not too much to say they could have beaten the Premier League team as they had the better of the early chances.

Sterling should have put the match beyond doubt 10 minutes from time when played through by Gerrard and Terziev’s conversion at an 88th-minute corner took some of the shine off the result.

The Reds still haven’t won a game this month and many will doubt if they can get a result when Basel visit Anfield in December on Matchday 6.

They have to win against the Swiss if they are to progress to the knock-out stages of Europe’s top competition. If they do not, they will face competing in the Europa League - which many will see as failure.

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<p><strong>Arsenal 2 v 0 Borussia Dortmund</strong></p>
<p><strong>Yaya Sanogo scored his first goal for <a href="http://www.thegunners247.uk/" target="_blank">Arsenal </a>as they defeated Borussia Dortmund and ensured their passage into the Champions League knockout stage.</strong></p>
<p>The 21-year-old netted after 19 appearances without a goal when he finished off a one-two with Santi Cazorla with a low shot early on.</p>
<p>Alexis Sanchez made it 2-0 after the break with a superb low curling shot.</p>
<p>Sanchez also had a shot pushed away, while Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain struck the crossbar with a dipping volley.</p>
<p>It was a mature performance by <a href="http://www.thegunners247.uk/" target="_blank">the Gunners</a> who, like their opponents, have found solace in this competition this season from the struggles of the domestic league.</p>
<p>They quelled the threat of Dortmund on the counter-attack, with Jurgen Klopp’s side only seriously troubling keeper Emiliano Martinez once, in stoppage time.</p>
<p>The Bundesliga outfit had named a strong side despite having secured their berth with four wins from four games but before they had a chance to establish themselves at the Emirates, they were a goal down.</p>
<p>That was scored by a player who was the source of some ridicule on social media when the teams were announced before the match.</p>
<p>Sanogo’s ungainly style has irked some fans and there was further astonishment when he was named ahead of Germany World Cup winner Lukas Podolski.</p>
<p>But he finally managed to temper some of that criticism when he converted his first effort after starting the move with a ball-juggle and backheel to Spaniard Cazorla.</p>
<p>With the Germans already qualified and Arsenal almost there, the tempo of the game was sedate at times, although the Gunners picked up the pace after the break.</p>
<p>First Sanchez tested the Germany international keeper Roman Weidenfeller with a low shot after battling past two challenges, before the pacy Oxlade-Chamberlain produced a beautiful volley that failed to dip enough.</p>
<p>They finally managed a second when Sanchez, who flitted in and out of the game, cut inside from the left and bent an effort that beat Weidenfeller’s reach. It was the Chile international’s seventh goal in his last six matches for the Gunners.</p>
<p>Martinez was finally forced to make a big save in stoppage time when he dived to keep out substitute Adrian Ramos’s effort.</p>
<p>The win moves Arsenal to 10 points in Group D and a victory over Galatasaray coupled with Dortmund losing to Anderlecht in the final round of games would see Wenger’s side go through as winners.</p>

Arsenal 2 v 0 Borussia Dortmund

Yaya Sanogo scored his first goal for Arsenal as they defeated Borussia Dortmund and ensured their passage into the Champions League knockout stage.

The 21-year-old netted after 19 appearances without a goal when he finished off a one-two with Santi Cazorla with a low shot early on.

Alexis Sanchez made it 2-0 after the break with a superb low curling shot.

Sanchez also had a shot pushed away, while Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain struck the crossbar with a dipping volley.

It was a mature performance by the Gunners who, like their opponents, have found solace in this competition this season from the struggles of the domestic league.

They quelled the threat of Dortmund on the counter-attack, with Jurgen Klopp’s side only seriously troubling keeper Emiliano Martinez once, in stoppage time.

The Bundesliga outfit had named a strong side despite having secured their berth with four wins from four games but before they had a chance to establish themselves at the Emirates, they were a goal down.

That was scored by a player who was the source of some ridicule on social media when the teams were announced before the match.

Sanogo’s ungainly style has irked some fans and there was further astonishment when he was named ahead of Germany World Cup winner Lukas Podolski.

But he finally managed to temper some of that criticism when he converted his first effort after starting the move with a ball-juggle and backheel to Spaniard Cazorla.

With the Germans already qualified and Arsenal almost there, the tempo of the game was sedate at times, although the Gunners picked up the pace after the break.

First Sanchez tested the Germany international keeper Roman Weidenfeller with a low shot after battling past two challenges, before the pacy Oxlade-Chamberlain produced a beautiful volley that failed to dip enough.

They finally managed a second when Sanchez, who flitted in and out of the game, cut inside from the left and bent an effort that beat Weidenfeller’s reach. It was the Chile international’s seventh goal in his last six matches for the Gunners.

Martinez was finally forced to make a big save in stoppage time when he dived to keep out substitute Adrian Ramos’s effort.

The win moves Arsenal to 10 points in Group D and a victory over Galatasaray coupled with Dortmund losing to Anderlecht in the final round of games would see Wenger’s side go through as winners.

Posted 18 hours ago
<p class="introduction" id="story_continues_1"><strong>Cristiano Ronaldo scored for the 11th consecutive away Champions League game to earn Group B winners Real Madrid victory in Basel.</strong></p>
<p>The ex-Manchester United forward struck early on as the Spaniards maintained their 100% start in Europe.</p>
<p>Ronaldo has now scored 71 Champions League goals, moving to within three of Lionel Messi, who broke the competition goalscoring record on Tuesday.</p>
<p>The winning goal came as Ronaldo converted Karim Benzema’s cross.</p>
<p>The Portuguese international might have added a 72nd Champions League goal to that close-range finish but dragged a shot just wide from Gareth Bale’s cross in the second half.</p>
<p>Welshman Bale could also have made it a more convincing night for Real, who were already guaranteed top spot, when he fired an effort on to the crossbar but Real still secured a victory that makes it 15 straight wins in the competition for the 2014 winners.</p>
<p>Basel, who went close after 17-year-old Breel Embolo rounded Champions League debutant Keylor Navas, now need a point at Liverpool in two weeks’ time to join Real in the knockout stages.</p>
<p>It was also a good night for the other side from Madrid as a Mario Mandzukic hat-trick ensured <strong>Atletico </strong>progressed with a 4-0 win over Olympiakos, Raul Garcia scoring the opener.</p>
<p><strong>Juventus </strong>also look likely to advance from Group A as goals from Fernando Llorente and Carlos Tevez gave them a 2-0 win in Malmo.</p>
<p>Group C is shaping up for an exciting final day with <strong>Monaco </strong>and <strong>Zenit St Petersburg </strong>facing each other for a place in the knockout stages.</p>
<p>Monaco claimed a surprise 1-0 win in <strong>Bayer Leverkusen </strong>as substitute Lucas Ocampos struck against the run of play just two minutes after coming on. However, Leverkusen qualified despite the defeat.</p>
<p>Earlier in the day, <strong>Benfica </strong>were eliminated after going down to Danny’s late goal in St Petersburg.</p>
<p>With Arsenal and Borussia Dortmund qualifying from Group D,<strong>Anderlecht </strong>and <strong>Galatasaray </strong>took part in match for the minor placings.</p>
<p>Two goals from Chancel Mbemba won it for the Belgian side to ensure defender Anthony Vanden Borre could taste his first ever Champions League match victory after 15 losses and eight draws.</p>

Cristiano Ronaldo scored for the 11th consecutive away Champions League game to earn Group B winners Real Madrid victory in Basel.

The ex-Manchester United forward struck early on as the Spaniards maintained their 100% start in Europe.

Ronaldo has now scored 71 Champions League goals, moving to within three of Lionel Messi, who broke the competition goalscoring record on Tuesday.

The winning goal came as Ronaldo converted Karim Benzema’s cross.

The Portuguese international might have added a 72nd Champions League goal to that close-range finish but dragged a shot just wide from Gareth Bale’s cross in the second half.

Welshman Bale could also have made it a more convincing night for Real, who were already guaranteed top spot, when he fired an effort on to the crossbar but Real still secured a victory that makes it 15 straight wins in the competition for the 2014 winners.

Basel, who went close after 17-year-old Breel Embolo rounded Champions League debutant Keylor Navas, now need a point at Liverpool in two weeks’ time to join Real in the knockout stages.

It was also a good night for the other side from Madrid as a Mario Mandzukic hat-trick ensured Atletico progressed with a 4-0 win over Olympiakos, Raul Garcia scoring the opener.

Juventus also look likely to advance from Group A as goals from Fernando Llorente and Carlos Tevez gave them a 2-0 win in Malmo.

Group C is shaping up for an exciting final day with Monaco and Zenit St Petersburg facing each other for a place in the knockout stages.

Monaco claimed a surprise 1-0 win in Bayer Leverkusen as substitute Lucas Ocampos struck against the run of play just two minutes after coming on. However, Leverkusen qualified despite the defeat.

Earlier in the day, Benfica were eliminated after going down to Danny’s late goal in St Petersburg.

With Arsenal and Borussia Dortmund qualifying from Group D,Anderlecht and Galatasaray took part in match for the minor placings.

Two goals from Chancel Mbemba won it for the Belgian side to ensure defender Anthony Vanden Borre could taste his first ever Champions League match victory after 15 losses and eight draws.

<p class="introduction" id="story_continues_1"><strong>Stoke City’s on-loan forward Victor Moses is facing up to eight weeks on the sidelines with a thigh injury.</strong></p>
<p>"It’s bad news on Victor Moses, a problem with his thigh," Stoke assistant manager Mark Bowen told BBC Radio Stoke.</p>
<p>"He will be out with anything up to six to eight weeks. It’s a big hit. He had a scan and it’s not good.</p>

Stoke City’s on-loan forward Victor Moses is facing up to eight weeks on the sidelines with a thigh injury.

"It’s bad news on Victor Moses, a problem with his thigh," Stoke assistant manager Mark Bowen told BBC Radio Stoke.

"He will be out with anything up to six to eight weeks. It’s a big hit. He had a scan and it’s not good.

Posted 18 hours ago
<p class="introduction" id="story_continues_1"><strong>Everton and West Ham have been charged by the Football Association over their players not “conducting themselves in an orderly fashion”.</strong></p>
<p>Players from both sides started pushing each other during their Premier League game on 22 November, <strong>which the Toffees won 2-1.</strong></p>
<p>Everton’s James McCarthy and West Ham’s Winston Reid were both booked for their parts in the first-half altercation.</p>

Everton and West Ham have been charged by the Football Association over their players not “conducting themselves in an orderly fashion”.

Players from both sides started pushing each other during their Premier League game on 22 November, which the Toffees won 2-1.

Everton’s James McCarthy and West Ham’s Winston Reid were both booked for their parts in the first-half altercation.

Posted 18 hours ago
<p class="introduction" id="story_continues_1"><strong>A fire that gutted the offices of a firm involved a development dispute with Tottenham Hotspur has been described by police as suspicious.</strong></p>
<p>Firefighters were called to the blaze at Archway Sheet Metal Works, on Paxton Road, Tottenham, at around 05:00 GMT.</p>
<p>The factory site is just yards from Spurs’ White Hart Lane ground .</p>
<p>The family-run firm is situated on the final piece of land the club has been trying to acquire to start the redevelopment of its stadium.</p>
<p>"An investigation has been launched into the cause of the fire," a Scotland Yard spokesman said. "At this early stage the fire is being treated as suspicious."</p>
<p>No arrests have been made.</p>
<p>Scotland Yard said the fire had been extinguished but Paxton Road remained closed on Tuesday night.</p>

A fire that gutted the offices of a firm involved a development dispute with Tottenham Hotspur has been described by police as suspicious.

Firefighters were called to the blaze at Archway Sheet Metal Works, on Paxton Road, Tottenham, at around 05:00 GMT.

The factory site is just yards from Spurs’ White Hart Lane ground .

The family-run firm is situated on the final piece of land the club has been trying to acquire to start the redevelopment of its stadium.

"An investigation has been launched into the cause of the fire," a Scotland Yard spokesman said. "At this early stage the fire is being treated as suspicious."

No arrests have been made.

Scotland Yard said the fire had been extinguished but Paxton Road remained closed on Tuesday night.

Posted 1 day ago
<p class="introduction" id="story_continues_1"><strong>Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers says skipper Steven Gerrard is the best player he has worked with.</strong></p>
<p>Gerrard, 34, who retired from England duty this summer, has <span class="text">been criticised for his performances</span><span class="external-link-icon"> </span> this season.</p>
<p>Liverpool have lost four consecutive games, are 12th in the Premier League and are struggling to reach the knockout stage of the Champions League.</p>
<p>But Rodgers said: “Gerrard is still a wonderful player. The best I have worked with.”</p>
<p>Liverpool visit Ludogorets Razgrad on Wednesday, and if they fail to win they will be eliminated if Basel were to beat Real Madrid, who have already qualified for the last 16.</p>

Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers says skipper Steven Gerrard is the best player he has worked with.

Gerrard, 34, who retired from England duty this summer, has been criticised for his performances  this season.

Liverpool have lost four consecutive games, are 12th in the Premier League and are struggling to reach the knockout stage of the Champions League.

But Rodgers said: “Gerrard is still a wonderful player. The best I have worked with.”

Liverpool visit Ludogorets Razgrad on Wednesday, and if they fail to win they will be eliminated if Basel were to beat Real Madrid, who have already qualified for the last 16.

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<p><a href="http://www.thegunners247.uk" target="_blank">Arsenal</a> and Liverpool are reported to be interested in Galatasaray goalkeeper Fernando Muslera according to the Express.</p>
<p>Galatasaray vice-president Ergün Gürsoy recently said that Muslera could be sold at the right price. The Lions currently value Muslera over €20 million.</p>

Arsenal and Liverpool are reported to be interested in Galatasaray goalkeeper Fernando Muslera according to the Express.

Galatasaray vice-president Ergün Gürsoy recently said that Muslera could be sold at the right price. The Lions currently value Muslera over €20 million.

<p><span>New Inter Milan boss Roberto Mancini has categorically denied any truth in the reports suggesting that he is ready to reunite himself with Liverpool striker Mario Balotelli.</span></p>

New Inter Milan boss Roberto Mancini has categorically denied any truth in the reports suggesting that he is ready to reunite himself with Liverpool striker Mario Balotelli.

<p>Chelsea, <a href="http://www.thegunners247.uk" target="_blank">Arsenal</a> and Manchester United have been dealt a significant blow in the race to sign Real Madrid midfielder Sami Khedira after Luka Modric was ruled out until February, reports the Evening Standard.</p>

Chelsea, Arsenal and Manchester United have been dealt a significant blow in the race to sign Real Madrid midfielder Sami Khedira after Luka Modric was ruled out until February, reports the Evening Standard.

 
 
 
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