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Lonely Strictly star Dan Walker begs for company as he is forced to host the BBC breakfast alone

STRICT star Dan Walker was left on his "lonely" this morning when he was forced to host the BBC breakfast alone. The 44-year-old presenter told fans that he was hosting the show, singing ... (Author: Gardener)

Dan WalkerSTRICT star Dan Walker was left on his "lonely" this morning when he was forced to host the BBC breakfast alone. The 44-year-old presenter told fans that he was single-handedly hosting the show and called on his fans for some company. He shared a photo of himself sitting alone on the big red sofa and told his followers on social media, “Anyone fancy a job on the sofa this morning?” I'm flying out to breakfast alone this morning. The sports reporter wore a festive tie and joked that he had worked his way through a box of mince pies at 7 a.m. "What are you doing this morning?" Dan told the fans. “I'm a lonely cowboy on the @ BBCBreakfast sofa, working my way through a few mince pies and miniature heroes. Dan usually puts on the breakfast show with Sally Nugent after Louise Minchin left earlier this year. Even though he's alone, viewers loved it To see Dan on their screens this morning, one wrote, “You did a great job Dan!” Another wrote, “Awwwww x looks very different, you're sitting on your own x I hope you have a great day , Dan. "Another fan asked," How come you're alone Dan? It comes after Dan surprised dance partner Nadiya Bychkova with a Christmas present. The BBC presenter shared a photo of Nadiya proudly holding up a bespoke painting celebrating her time on the dance show and everything she loved about Sheffield. Nadiya moved to Sheffield with Dan while working on Strictly, where he lives with his wife Sarah and three children aged 14, 12 and 10. She said to presenter Claudia Winkleman during the show, "I'm absolutely in love with Sheffield." I'm almost part of Dan's family now. We have some great curry nights when I'm in Sheffield. "" A lot of people have asked me if I gave my professional partner @nadiyabychkova a present for the end of #Strictly or Christmas, "Dan captioned the Instagram post." He's managed to capture all of the things that made Strictly so special this year and all of the things Nadiya loved about Sheffield. Thank you Alan and Merry Christmas Partner 🎁🎄🎁. "Nadiya replied by writing:" Partner, you are THE BEST 🤩🕺🏼💃🏼 It's a perfect gift 🎁 THANK YOU! Merry Christmas to you and your lovely family. "The painting showed some of her favorite shops and landmarks in Sheffield, and in the center was a beautiful picture of the couple dancing together. Earlier this month, Nadiya broke her silence by hugging Dan and saying," Me was glad I was there for him. "The couple have been haunted by false rumors since they were seen behind the scenes comforting the married BBC breakfast star. Nadiya, 32, previously had to insist that she was only one very Good friend of Dan, 44, who was upset over the death of his footballer buddy Gary Speed. She remembered her cuddles: "It was a very difficult day for Dan. It was generally a full week, a lot of work, and it had made him emotional. We became really good friends during those 11 "or 12 weeks and it was a tough day for him, it was just the same day as the live show."

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Nigel de Jong unveils "# 1 contender" to replace Pep Guardiola as Man City boss

Nigel de Jong believes Crystal Palace boss Patrick Vieira is the top candidate to succeed Pep Guardiola at Manchester City. Guardiola has led City to unprecedented success since he ... (Author: Gardener)

Nigel de JongNigel de Jong believes Crystal Palace boss Patrick Vieira is the top candidate to succeed Pep Guardiola at Manchester City. Guardiola has led City to unprecedented success since arriving at Etihad in 2016, taking the club to three Premier League titles and five national cups during that time. The former boss of Barcelona and Bayern Munich is under contract with City until 2023 but has proposed leaving the club when that contract expires. The former City de Jong midfielder is hoping the Catalan will stay in Manchester and replicate the kind of dynasty Sir Alex Ferguson created across the city at Old Trafford. But when Guardiola finally leaves, the Dutchman believes former Arsenal captain Vieira, who finished his season and started his coaching career at City, will be the club's main target. "I don't like to talk about coaches being linked to other jobs when they're already with clubs or the current coach is still there - especially in the case of Pep Guardiola and Manchester City," de Jong told Ladbrokes. “If I'm really honest and look at things as a fan who loves City very much, I would like to see Guardiola as boss for another 5-10 years. I want him to have a similar spell as Sir Alex Ferguson at Manchester United to really bring his DNA into the club. “Patrick Vieira will always be a name that is associated with the city job because of his relationship with the club. It's the same at Arsenal if Mikel Arteta moves on. “There will always be rumors going around and they're based on the fact that he's a leading figure; He led by example as a player and it looks like he's doing the same as a coach. “The transition from player to coach is so different, but Patrick has had great success with Crystal Palace so far. He's definitely a number one contender for the Manchester City job. ”MORE:“ One of the best teams right now ”- Pep Guardiola praises Mikel Arteta's Arsenal after another Manchester City win

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Betting tips for Arsenal vs Man City

Find out why our expert supports Raheem Sterling as one of his three betting tips for Arsenal vs. Man City for Saturday's game (Author: Gardener)

Man CityWhether or not a club can stop Manchester City this season is on everyone's lips as Pep Guardiola's men continue their seemingly relentless stride towards securing their Premier League crown. With their 1-0 win in Brentford on Wednesday, the Citizens sealed their tenth league win in a row and started the new year with an eight point lead at the top of the table. The Gunners have won their last five in all competitions - and while manager Mikel Arteta will be absent from his isolation, the iron resolve he's shown will likely ensure his squad get a replay of their 5-0 drubbing back in August the Etihad avoids. The odds are correct at the time of publication and are subject to change. That 1-0 win at Brentford was further evidence that City has largely rekindled their knack for keeping opponents at bay, and it would have had some of their doubters after the relative chaos of the 6-3 Boxing Day win Leicester appeased. A look at the Citizens' recent record shows that the Foxes are the only team to score against them in five games, but it can be argued that Arsenal will undertake a much more stringent test. The Gunners were widespread in their 5-0 win in Norwich on Sunday and return to the Emirates with a strong home record, losing just one of their nine league games in N7 in 2021/22. They won their last five in the league at home and Arteta and its staff deserve praise for the work they have done in transforming a season that looked somewhat of a disaster after its devastation in east Manchester. However, your record against City is miserable. The champions have won the pair's last nine league games, including their last five clean sheets, and in their current form it would be no surprise if they extended that run. * Tip: Manchester City Wins to Nil with Paddy Power @ 21/10 One of them was Raheem Sterling, who warmed up the bench after scoring twice in the Boxing Day win over Leicester. Like several of his English teammates, he got off to a slow start to the season but has found his form and has scored seven Premier League goals in the 2021-22 season, five of them in his last four league games. The 27-year-old also has a good record against the Gunners, scoring eight goals in 16 Premier League games against the North Londoners, including the only goal in their 1-0 win in the Emirates last season. There have been times in the past when the former Liverpool player has been linked with Arsenal. Like Sterling, Riyad Mahrez spent Wednesday night among the substitutes and it would not be a surprise if he were called back in the Emirates. The Algerian will go to the Africa Cup of Nations in Cameroon after the game on Saturday and hopes Guardiola can be eliminated with a bang after his last four appearances in all competitions. Take into account that the 30-year-old was a goalscorer in City's 4-1 EFL Cup win in the Emirates in December 2020, and it would be almost foolish not to include Mahrez from here. Arsenal are the 9/2 underdog, with Manchester City costing 1/2 and the tie 7/2. The odds are correct at the time of publication and are subject to change.

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Title race not over yet

Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola says the race for the Premier League title is far from over, despite his side ending eight points ahead of Brentford in 2021. (Author: Gardener)

Manchester CityManchester City manager Pep Guardiola says the race for the Premier League title is far from over, despite his side ending up eight points at the top of the table after defeating Brentford in 2021. Phil Foden decided the encounter with his fifth league goal of the season at the beginning of the first half, the first time he finished brilliantly after a whip ball from Kevin de Bruyne. The last two times City finished first in the Premier League in December - 2011-12 and 2017-18 - they won the title. "There are 54 points to play for," said Guardiola. "All of you, thank you very much for your kind words because we win, but I won't believe any words you say have already been done or expected because Chelsea and Liverpool are more than exceptional." The gap is not because they lose points "but because we win 10 games in a row." City set out to hit the club's record of at least four goals in four consecutive games back in 1905, but they rarely put up a hard-working Bees side shortly after the break on the verge of doubling their lead when De Bruyne and Foden met again Aymeric Laporte had to rule out a header because of a narrow offside, but in the end Foden's goal in the first half was enough to win the second season in the top class T. What at the beginning of December was like a Three-horse title race, City is now firmly on top after an incredible run of form while their rivals stalled. City has won every Premier League game in December, scoring 24 goals and conceding just five. But while their previous three wins scored seven, four and six goals, this was a close but hard-fought win that arguably only serves to bolster their references as favorites for the 2021-22 title. Getting results is as important as getting big wins, and they've managed to stand up to a physical Brentford squad that put Guardiola's team to the test. The only glimmer of hope for City's title rivals is that they didn't do their best, especially in the second half, but ultimately they'd done enough to secure the points as Brentford rarely looked like they were about to equalize. The Bees certainly deserve credit for narrowing a previously rampant city to one goal, and despite the defeat, it was a fighting performance that suggests they have a good chance of maintaining their Premier League status for another season . Indeed, the decisive shot came moments after the hosts scored, but Ederson reacted well to prevent a Ruben Dias cross for City before Yoane Wissa's deflected shot was cleared off the line. Only five times before, at the end of the year, they were at least eight points behind the top of the Premier League table, and each time the league leaders took the title. In eight of the last twelve seasons, the top team also won the title in January. "Four or five weeks ago it felt like Chelsea were ahead of the game but suddenly Chelsea and Liverpool have slacked off a bit and City are looking pretty good." Former Newcastle striker Alan Shearer believes the title race will be over if City wins the next two games - Saturday at Arsenal and January 15 at home at Chelsea. "The impressive thing is the number of goals they score," he said on Amazon Prime. "But apart from the 6-3 win over Leicester on Boxing Day, they also hardly conceded which will make it really difficult for Chelsea and Liverpool to get back into the race, especially when you look at the next two from City." Then play [if they win] it's pretty much over. "* Our coverage of your Premier League club is bigger and better than ever - everything you need to know to make sure you don't miss a moment is here

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Man City's squad depth and Pep Guardiola's rotation make the difference in the Premier League title race

Pep Guardiola's mastery of rotation makes him the ideal manager to tackle the challenges of the Christmas schedule, and with the resources at his disposal, it will likely win the Premier League title race in Man City's favor (Author: Gardener)

Pep Guardiola's"Everything will be fine by Christmas," said Jürgen Klopp at the beginning of December. No doubt, his Chelsea colleague Thomas Tuchel now agrees. This time seems to have decided the title race in Manchester City's favor. Liverpool could only collect one point from the two games on either side of Christmas. Chelsea have now won two of their last six in the Premier League. When the second meets the third on New Year's Day, City is likely to be eleven points ahead of the top. With ten wins in a row in the competition, they pulled away like last season. There will be those who point to Manchester City's superior squad depth as a deciding factor. No one can deny the wealth of talent Guardiola can draw on. Chelsea also has depth. At the beginning of the season, many were amazed that Tuchel seemed to have two players in every position. This was cited as one of the main reasons for winning the title. By early December, Tuchel had already made 50 changes to his Premier League starting XI, 15 more than any other coach, including Guardiola. The problems came for him when the Covid-19 crisis hit and rotation was no longer an option. "That's not fair," said Tuchel. "They let us play all the time, even when we have Covid. We change because of injuries. We no longer change for tactical reasons." Mason Mount's top three, Christian Pulisic and Hakim Ziyech, have been asked to start the home draw against Everton. Chelsea failed to convince that evening, but the trio was supposed to leave just three days later - and even less in a stalemate at Wolves. For Liverpool, the lack of rotation in the forward position has been a constant since the start of the season. Mohamed Salah has never missed a Premier League game. This continuity was their strength, a team that can consistently win if everyone is fit. Andrew Robertson's absence was palpable against Leicester, but perhaps the bigger problem was that Salah, Sadio Mane and Diogo Jota wasted a number of chances. It was the seventh start as a trio in five and a half weeks. In comparison, Guardiola's rotation looked like a luxury. Despite all personnel and positional changes, the city's agility has endured. And when the international breaks are over and the rhythm of the regular games arrives, it can look like the whole team is on the move. Jack Grealish started in the 7-0 win against Leeds on December 14, eliminated for the next two games and returned to the team for the away win in Brentford. Raheem Sterling started against Wolves on December 11th, was dropped, returned to the team for the next two wins on either side of Christmas, and was back at Brentford. Riyad Mahrez was out against Wolves, played three on the go and got his peace of mind. He started at Aston Villa, was back on the bench at Watford, came in against Wolves, got rested against Leeds, reintroduced for the trip to Newcastle, was eliminated against Leicester and then recalled for Brentford. He's made more moves in 18 days than Salah and Mane have been between them so far this Premier League season. Jota has also started eight of the last nine games. Could Klopp or Tuchel have done something differently? Just a few days after Klopp's remarks about the upcoming game concerns, he surprised many by starting both Salah and Mane in Liverpool's last Champions League group game at AC Milan, although his team had long been guaranteed the top spot. Roberto Firmino has not started a Premier League game since October as he has been a substitute in each of the last three Premier League games. Divock Origi scored the injury winner at Wolves, but was not entrusted with a start. Did Tuchel have to play 90 minutes in the Carabao Cup game in Brentford against Marcos Alonso after Ben Chilwell's loss of the season? Mount and N'Golo Kante were also added to this game. Romelu Lukaku may be wondering why his five previous Premier League games came off the bench before taking on Brighton for 90 minutes. Pulisic, meanwhile, hadn't played a full Premier League game for the whole season until the beginning of December, but did so five times this month - four times within 14 days. All three coaches are undoubtedly world class, all of them Champions League winners. They will have had their reasons and the urge to judge too harshly should be resisted during these unusual times when outside factors are clearly more influential. For Tuchel, who had his first Christmas in England, it was hectic. He sometimes appeared appalled by his situation when a coach was denied a chance to train. Guardiola had resources and wealth, but also the ability to work her way through difficult times. It played into his hands and there are no more capable hands. Is everything okay until Christmas? His town has just gone through.

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The Manchester City juggernaut appears destined to take on yet another Premier League title race procession

The New Year is usually greeted with promises of hope and change, but the Premier League title race is set to become more and more familiar - Manchester City wins at a gallop. (Author: Gardener)

Premier LeagueManchester City's Kevin de Bruyne celebrates after scoring his team's first goal during the Premier League match between Manchester City and Leicester City at the Etihad Stadium on December 26th, 2021 in Manchester, England. The New Year is usually greeted with promises of hope and change, but the Premier League title race is set to become more and more familiar - Manchester City wins at a gallop. A game after half-time, Pep Guardiola's team has an advantage of eight and nine points respectively over pursuers Chelsea and Liverpool - a not insurmountable rise, but which looks increasingly frightening with each pass. After Liverpool missed a 1-0 defeat at Leicester and Chelsea scored a late equalizer at Stamford Bridge through Danny Welbeck, the Brentford win on Wednesday meant City 10 straight wins. Before that run, City were in third place, five points behind Chelsea, after a shocking 2-0 home loss to Crystal Palace in late October. Since then, the city juggernaut has won 13 points more than Thomas Tuchel's team and 11 points more than Liverpool. Granted, Liverpool have one game in their hands after the postponement of the game against Leeds - but the fact that the next game is on Sunday at Chelsea means that no matter the outcome, City are leaving at least one of their rivals behind. Should City win at Arsenal on New Years Day, they would be 11 points behind the summit before a ball is kicked at Stamford Bridge. READ: Uncertainty United - Fans Abandoned by Premier League Covid Crisis Of course, things can change very quickly in football and in the title race - a specific late Sergio Aguero goal that earned the club its first Premier League title in 2012 , makes sure that City knows that's better than most of the others - but even without their raging form, it's hard to imagine Guardiola's team winning their fourth title in five years. Chelsea - once seemingly impenetrable - looks like it's already running from fumes. Although its own crisis is no stranger, this campaign has caused Covid-19 injuries and failures to fail in what initially looked like a promising season for the reigning Champions League winners. After only nominating four field players on the bench at Wolves a few weeks ago, Tuchel now has to prepare to face one of the most terrifying wing duos in the world - Sadio Mane and Mo Salah - without one of his first full-backs. Ben Chilwell and Reece James both appear to have been on the sidelines for extended periods of time, taking up more space in Chelsea's increasingly crowded medical room - an injury crisis exacerbated by the overload of the Champions League and Carabao Cup, not to mention the club's World Championship in February. After Wednesday's draw with Brighton, Tuchel said it was "stupid" to believe his team were in the title race given their situation. "We'd be foolish to think we could make it with Covid and injuries. Liverpool's visitors on Sunday can sympathize with the magnitude of the injury crisis that ruined their title defense last season but despite the better disguise this season they have Reds "A point out of six in the last two games isn't exactly a disaster, but in the context of the relentless pace City set. As Salah, who leads the league on both goals and assists - continues to be dazzling, Liverpool's firepower represents their best chance of reaching City but the upcoming Africa Cup of Nations in January seems to be dismantling their best weapon. City's Riyad Mahrez was called up to represent Algeria, but one only has to look at the caliber of players who can represent in his absence - Kevin De Bruyne, Bernardo Silva, Phil Foden, Jack Grealish, Gabriel Jesus - to realize that the City's net loss won't be as detrimental as that of their rivals ly, Guardiola continues to downplay any talk that the title is a done deal. "Thank you very much for your kind words because we win but I won't believe any words you say are already done or expected because Chelsea and Liverpool are more than exceptional," Guardiola said after beating Brentford told reporters on Wednesday. But the Spaniard's fourth league crown in five years seems more and more inevitable, the only question is how far he will win it. A historic 2017/18 campaign resulted in City ending the season as Centurion with 100 points - 19 ahead of runner-up Manchester United - and although it ran to the end in subsequent seasons and then beat for the title in subsequent seasons, City won again at a trot by 12 points last season. Should they finish the title early again, City's focus will inevitably shift to their European ambitions, although the Champions League title is far less inevitable than this year's title race given its recent history.

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Meet 'AirPod Albert', the Arsenal coach who will stand in for Arteta

In addition to Mikel Arteta in the technical area, trainer Albert Stuivenberg often appears cool, calm and collected when he receives information from analysts through his beloved headphones. (Author: Gardener)

AlbertDespite all of his coaching references and winning medals, Albert Stuivenberg is perhaps best known to Arsenal fans for his love of AirPods. In addition to Mikel Arteta in the technical area, Stuivenberg often appears cool, calm and collected when he receives information from analysts through his beloved headphones. It has become a unique look that earned it the nickname “AirPod Albert” among fans. And it's up to Mr Technology himself to take the reins against leaders Manchester City on New Years Day, while Arteta was forced into isolation after a positive Covid test this week. Arteta and Stuivenberg developed a close relationship with the Welsh Football Association while studying their UEFA A coaching license in Cardiff. It's a path preferred by many - Yaya Toure is among the newest recruits to the course - and Stuivenberg was one of Arteta's first employees after being named Unai Emery's successor at Arsenal in 2019, Holland ended his cruciate ligament injury in 1989 Player career and set the wheels in motion for a key role on the other side of the white lines. Feyenoord, who brought Stuivenberg through before moving to HFC Haarlem, wanted to use his football acumen and remained loyal to the club for 13 years as the academy's coach. The progressive, forward-thinking coach was later recognized for his work in youth, where he played a key role in nurturing talent such as former Arsenal and Manchester United striker Robin van Persie. In 2001 he was the youth leader of Feyenoord and in the same year he gained experience as assistant coach of the Belgian feeder team Racing White Daring Molenbeek. Stuivenberg gradually made a name for himself as a trainer. The officials of the Dutch Football Association had seen enough that in 2006, after a brief stint in the Middle East in another youth department, he was appointed coach of the country's U17 national team. The problem with Holland was that its youth teams struggled to leave any indelible mark on international football. Players like Inter Milan defender Stefan de Vrij were just as successful as striker Luc Castaignos. It was 2011 when Stuivenberg and his players got their first cutlery after a 5-2 demolition of Germany, which they won in the 2009 final for the title. Twelve months later it was a familiar story: Holland and Germany in the final and this time the Dutch showed the nerve on penalties to defend their title, with Nathan Ake of Man City among the winners that night. Two titles in a row proved he was an elite coach and soon he was named a U21 boss by the FA. While no cutlery was collected at the top of the U21 team for three years, it was his successes in the U17 that Louis van Gaal, then at Manchester United, noticed. Van Gaal liked Stuivenberg's style and, as it later turned out, often gave him complete control after bringing him to Old Trafford in 2014. “At United, I trained for the selected first team before the games. "I had all the team talks before the game and the after-game talks with the team and the individual players. He [van Gaal] put his full confidence in me." Those who have worked closely with Stuivenberg praise his passion and attention to detail. Before becoming synonymous with his use of AirPods, the Dutch coach was often given tactical instructions from his iPad, which he held nearby on the sidelines. Analysis and data are at the forefront of his coaching philosophy. As is common in all football, Van Gaal's dismissal from United in 2016 resulted in Stuivenberg following him out the door, feeling ready to be Batman again, not Robin. The Belgian club Genk expanded the olive branch and gave Stuivenberg his first managerial position. But Genk's bosses had seen enough and it was deleted within a year. It took a 2018 call from a familiar face at Manchester United in Ryan Giggs to lure him back to the dugout, this time as Giggs' assistant in Wales. Giggs and Stuivenberg had become close as coaches under Van Gaal and it was a logical step backwards for the current Arsenal manager after disappointment with Genk's sacking. Jose Mourinho, while Tottenham's coach, was far from happy. Stuivenberg juggled both roles after Arteta was hired and he committed to coaching both the Gunners and Wales. Mourinho felt deeply uncomfortable when a coach of his rivals in north London got practice time with players like Gareth Bale, Ben Davies and Joe Rodon. "National team games should have coaches who are there only for them and not coaches who work for other clubs," Mourinho said at the time. "The fact that one of the coaches is an Arsenal manager doesn't make me very comfortable." Stuivenberg stayed for Euro 2020 to navigate Robert Page through the tournament before agreeing to step down and focus on his key role at Arsenal, where his work helps develop the tactics that kickstart youth regeneration. With Arteta paused due to a positive Covid test, it's Stuivenberg who will face Pep Guardiola's impressive team, but he won't be scared. Here is a man with a sharp tactical philosophy who enjoys working with younger players. And if City makes a riot, he can always mix his playlist for those beloved AirPods.

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Liverpool's shortlist Bukayo Saka, Chelsea changes left-back goals, Bruno Guimaraes last

Transfer News LIVE: Liverpool Shortlist Bukayo Saka, Chelsea Switching Left-Back Targets, Bruno Guimaraes Update - Follow the latest transfer news and updates from the Premier League and beyond (Author: Gardener)

Bukayo SakaThis website uses cookies for analysis, personalized content and advertising. By continuing to surf this website, you consent to this use. Please use a supported version for the best MSN experience. The January transfer window will open and Premier League clubs are looking for ways to increase their seasons. There have been several major signings last year as Arsenal signed Martin Odegaard on loan from Real Madrid before making it permanent last summer. Manchester United spent heavily to bring Amad down from Atalanta for £ 18m, while West Ham arguably secured the signing of the window by loaning Jesse Lingard to the Red Devils, which resulted in nine goals in 16 games. Mid-season this year, Chelsea are likely to explore left-back and left-back options after Ben Chilwell's knee surgery at the end of the season, with Everton's disgraced Lucas Digne being an option. While Antonio Conte expects Tottenham to back him up to inspire them to a top 4 spot. Follow the latest transfer news, rumors and gossip from the Premier League and across Europe: Man City is waiting for the striker with Erling Haaland and Harry Kane aims at Dean Henderson said he will not be allowed to leave Manchester United at 11:20 am, Ben Burrows It it turns out that talks between Barcelona and Ousmane Dembele have broken down this summer. 10:55 am, Ben Burrows Manchester United believes they have the upper hand in the race for German child prodigy Florian Wirtz. The Daily Star reports that United believes the appointment of Ralf Rangnick as interim boss could give them the inside track in the hunt for one of their most wanted junior players in Europe. The 18-year-old is enjoying a good season for Bayer Leverkusen, which has attracted the attention of Bayern Munich, Real Madrid, Chelsea and Liverpool as well as United, among others. Leverkusen could be on cash next summer and are said to be looking for more than £ 70million. 10:33 a.m., Ben Burrows Inter Milan and Napoli have joined the fight to sign Everton's disgraced full-back Lucas Digne, according to the Daily Telegraph. 10:17 am, Ben Burrows Newcastle are hoping to secure Atletico Madrid and England right-back Kieran Trippier in the January window, the Daily Telegraph reports. Interest was also credited to Manchester United and Tottenham. The same newspaper also carries a rumor that the club are also trying to sign a new striker following an injury to Callum Wilson in January. 10:02 am, Ben Burrows Barcelona's Firesale could result in a household name being launched and former Liverpool star Philippe Coutinho could be poised for a move to the Premier League as Barca keep pushing for the preferred The Brazilian international's goal should he return to English football. 9:47 am, Ben Burrows Real Madrid could sign not one but two of the best young players in the world. Kylian Mbappe is widely expected to sign for free when his contract with Paris Saint-Germain expires next summer. But Spanish newspaper Marca reports that Borussia Dortmund's Erling Haaland could join him as part of a delicious storm troop. Mino Raiola recently named Real alongside Manchester City, Bayern Munich and Barcelona as possible destinations for his client. 9:32 am, wanted Ben Burrows Raphinha but unwilling to push for a Leeds exit next month. The 25-year-old Brazilian international has apparently attracted both Liverpool and Bayern Munich's attention with his performances this season. But he is expected to stay on Elland Road at least until the end of the season. 9:23 am, Ben Burrows Liverpool has apparently shortlisted Bukayo Saka as a possible future addition to the likes of Mohamed Salah and Sadio Mane. However, since the Gunners have only recently signed a new contract, they will likely be very reluctant to let it go and would certainly charge an extremely high fee if they did. 9:16 am, Ben Burrow's freshly baked Newcastle could well be one of the biggest funders of the January transfer window. A new recruit could be a familiar face with Georginio Wijnaldum, a potential target, according to the Daily Star. The Dutchman was signed to the Magpies in 2015 before embarking on a hugely successful career with Liverpool. He left Anfield in the summer but has struggled to secure a permanent place on Mauricio Pochettino's team since talking about moving to England. 8:58 a.m., Ben Burrows Tottenham appear to be leading the race for AC Milan midfielder Franck Kessie. New boss Antonio Conte wants to put his own stamp on the Spurs squad, with the Ivorian midfielder appearing to be a top target. The Express report that Spurs held was in talks with the 25-year-old's camp, whose contract in Italy expires this summer. Arsenal and Manchester United have also been linked. 8:47 am, Ben Burrows Liverpool are the newest club to join the race for Ajax starlet Ryan Gravenberch. The 19-year-old midfielder is one of the most wanted young players in Europe, along with Manchester United, Real Madrid and Barcelona Ajax are keen to tie him beyond his current contract which expires in 2023 but Liverpool is one of those who hope to convince him that his future lies elsewhere. 8:35 a.m., Ben Burrow's Arsenal are looking for reinforcements as boss Mikel Arteta continues to try to shape the Gunners' squad according to his model park. Brazilian outlet Globo reports that Lyon would look for £ 38 million from any potential applicant. Transfer news live: Dean Henderson said he will not be allowed to leave Manchester United 8:23 am, Ben Burrows Ralf Rangnick has apparently told Dean Henderson that he will not be allowed to leave Manchester United in January. The England international is behind David De Gea in the goalkeeper pecking order at Old Trafford and wants more football. A move has been considered, but the Daily Mail claims interim boss Rangnick wants to keep three goalkeepers in his squad and will not approve of a temporary exit. Transfer news live: Man City waiting for new striker 8:22 am, Ben Burrows Manchester City won't buy a new striker in January transfer window Pep Guardiola is happy to wait for a replacement until the summer. According to ESPN, the club retains an interest in Erling Haaland from Borussia Dortmund and Harry Kane from Tottenham. 8:17 am, Ben Burrows Chelsea could be in the market for a new left-back in January with news that England international Ben Chilwell is likely to be out for the remainder of the season. Marcos Alonso is the next man, but AC Milan's Theo Hernandez is the last link when the Blues look to the transfer market. Serie A giants are reluctant to lose the French, however, according to Tuttosport, who may be looking elsewhere for Chelsea. 8:14 am, Ben Burrows The January transfer window is opening and Premier League clubs are looking for ways to improve their seasons. And with Covid putting additional pressure on the squads, additional depth could prove crucial in the second half of the season. And with Covid putting additional pressure on the squads, additional depth could prove crucial in the second half of the season. There have been several important signings last year as Arsenal signed Martin Ødegaard on loan from Real Madrid before making it permanent last summer. Manchester United spent heavily to bring Amad down from Atalanta for £ 18m, while West Ham arguably secured the signing of the window on loan from the Red Devils' Jesse Lingard, which resulted in nine goals in 16 games with Chelsea plumbing down on Ben Chilwell's end-of-season knee surgery exhausted the left full-back and left full-back, with Everton's disgraced Lucas Digne being an option. The African Cup of Nations could have an impact on the teams too. Liverpool are set to lose Mohamed Salah, Sadio Mane and Naby Keita while still keeping pace with Manchester City in the title race. The African Cup of Nations could have an impact on the teams too. Liverpool are set to lose Mohamed Salah, Sadio Mane and Naby Keita while still keeping pace with Manchester City in the title race. Newcastle will have the first opportunity to inject the money among their new Saudi owners, with relegation entirely possible. We can expect the Magpies to be aggressive in finding new talent. Newcastle will have the first opportunity to inject the money among their new Saudi owners, with relegation entirely possible. We can expect the Magpies to be aggressive in finding new talent. While Antonio Conte expects Tottenham to back him up to inspire them to a top 4 result.

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Liverpool's shortlist Bukayo Saka, Chelsea changes left-back goals, Bruno Guimaraes last

Transfer News LIVE: Liverpool Shortlist Bukayo Saka, Chelsea Switching Left-Back Targets, Bruno Guimaraes Update - Follow the latest transfer news and updates from the Premier League and beyond (Author: Gardener)

Bukayo SakaThis website uses cookies for analysis, personalized content and advertising. By continuing to surf this website, you consent to this use. Please use a supported version for the best MSN experience. The January transfer window will open and Premier League clubs are looking for ways to increase their seasons. There have been several major signings last year as Arsenal signed Martin Odegaard on loan from Real Madrid before making it permanent last summer. Manchester United spent heavily to bring Amad down from Atalanta for £ 18m, while West Ham arguably secured the signing of the window by loaning Jesse Lingard to the Red Devils, which resulted in nine goals in 16 games. Mid-season this year, Chelsea are likely to explore left-back and left-back options after Ben Chilwell's knee surgery at the end of the season, with Everton's disgraced Lucas Digne being an option. While Antonio Conte expects Tottenham to back him up to inspire them to a top 4 spot. Follow the latest transfer news, rumors and gossip from the Premier League and across Europe: Man City is waiting for the striker with Erling Haaland and Harry Kane aims at Dean Henderson said he will not be allowed to leave Manchester United at 10:33, Ben Burrows Inter Milan and Napoli have joined the fight to sign Everton's disgraced full-back Lucas Digne, according to the Daily Telegraph. 10:17 am, Ben Burrows Newcastle are hoping to secure Atletico Madrid and England right-back Kieran Trippier in the January window, the Daily Telegraph reports. Interest was also credited to Manchester United and Tottenham. The same newspaper also carries a rumor that the club are also trying to sign a new striker following an injury to Callum Wilson in January. 10:02 am, Ben Burrows Barcelona's Firesale could result in a household name being launched and former Liverpool star Philippe Coutinho could be poised for a move to the Premier League as Barca keep pushing for the preferred The Brazilian international's goal should he return to English football. 9:47 am, Ben Burrows Real Madrid could sign not one but two of the best young players in the world. Kylian Mbappe is widely expected to sign for free when his contract with Paris Saint-Germain expires next summer. But Spanish newspaper Marca reports that Borussia Dortmund's Erling Haaland could join him as part of a delicious storm troop. Mino Raiola recently named Real alongside Manchester City, Bayern Munich and Barcelona as possible destinations for his client. 9:32 am, wanted Ben Burrows Raphinha but unwilling to push for a Leeds exit next month. The 25-year-old Brazilian international has apparently attracted both Liverpool and Bayern Munich's attention with his performances this season. But he is expected to stay on Elland Road at least until the end of the season. 9:23 am, Ben Burrows Liverpool has apparently shortlisted Bukayo Saka as a possible future addition to the likes of Mohamed Salah and Sadio Mane. However, since the Gunners have only recently signed a new contract, they will likely be very reluctant to let it go and would certainly charge an extremely high fee if they did. 9:16 am, Ben Burrow's freshly baked Newcastle could well be one of the biggest funders of the January transfer window. A new recruit could be a familiar face with Georginio Wijnaldum, a potential target, according to the Daily Star. The Dutchman was signed to the Magpies in 2015 before embarking on a hugely successful career with Liverpool. He left Anfield in the summer but has struggled to secure a permanent place on Mauricio Pochettino's team since talking about moving to England. 8:58 a.m., Ben Burrows Tottenham appear to be leading the race for AC Milan midfielder Franck Kessie. New boss Antonio Conte wants to put his own stamp on the Spurs squad, with the Ivorian midfielder appearing to be a top target. The Express report that Spurs held was in talks with the 25-year-old's camp, whose contract in Italy expires this summer. Arsenal and Manchester United have also been linked. 8:47 am, Ben Burrows Liverpool are the newest club to join the race for Ajax starlet Ryan Gravenberch. The 19-year-old midfielder is one of the most wanted young players in Europe, along with Manchester United, Real Madrid and Barcelona Ajax are keen to tie him beyond his current contract which expires in 2023 but Liverpool is one of those who hope to convince him that his future lies elsewhere. 8:35 a.m., Ben Burrow's Arsenal are looking for reinforcements as boss Mikel Arteta continues to try to shape the Gunners' squad according to his model park. Brazilian outlet Globo reports that Lyon would look for £ 38 million from any potential applicant. Transfer news live: Dean Henderson said he will not be allowed to leave Manchester United 8:23 am, Ben Burrows Ralf Rangnick has apparently told Dean Henderson that he will not be allowed to leave Manchester United in January. The England international is behind David De Gea in the goalkeeper pecking order at Old Trafford and wants more football. A move has been considered, but the Daily Mail claims interim boss Rangnick wants to keep three goalkeepers in his squad and will not approve of a temporary exit. Transfer news live: Man City waiting for new striker 8:22 am, Ben Burrows Manchester City won't buy a new striker in January transfer window Pep Guardiola is happy to wait for a replacement until the summer. According to ESPN, the club retains an interest in Erling Haaland from Borussia Dortmund and Harry Kane from Tottenham. 8:17 am, Ben Burrows Chelsea could be in the market for a new left-back in January with news that England international Ben Chilwell is likely to be out for the remainder of the season. Marcos Alonso is the next man, but AC Milan's Theo Hernandez is the last link when the Blues look to the transfer market. Serie A giants are reluctant to lose the French, however, according to Tuttosport, who may be looking elsewhere for Chelsea. 8:14 am, Ben Burrows The January transfer window is opening and Premier League clubs are looking for ways to improve their seasons. There have been several important signings last year as Arsenal signed Martin Ødegaard on loan from Real Madrid before making it permanent last summer. Liverpool were in a defensive crisis at the time, with Virgil Van Dijk and others long-term defaulting, forcing the Reds to dive into the market to earn numbers. Liverpool were in a defensive crisis at the time, with Virgil Van Dijk and others long-term defaulting, forcing the Reds to dive into the market to earn numbers. Manchester United spent heavily to bring Amad down from Atalanta for £ 18m, while West Ham arguably secured the signing of the window on loan from the Red Devils' Jesse Lingard, which resulted in nine goals in 16 games with Chelsea plumbing down on Ben Chilwell's end-of-season knee surgery exhausted the left full-back and left full-back, with Everton's disgraced Lucas Digne being an option. The African Cup of Nations could have an impact on the teams too. Liverpool are set to lose Mohamed Salah, Sadio Mane and Naby Keita while still keeping pace with Manchester City in the title race. The African Cup of Nations could have an impact on the teams too. Liverpool are set to lose Mohamed Salah, Sadio Mane and Naby Keita while still keeping pace with Manchester City in the title race. Newcastle will have the first opportunity to inject the money among their new Saudi owners, with relegation entirely possible. We can expect the Magpies to be aggressive in finding new talent. Newcastle will have the first opportunity to inject the money among their new Saudi owners, with relegation entirely possible. We can expect the Magpies to be aggressive in finding new talent. While Antonio Conte expects Tottenham to back him up to inspire them to a top 4 result.

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Chelsea change left-back goals, Liverpool shortlist Bukayo Saka, Bruno Guimaraes last

Transfer news LIVE: Chelsea changes left-back goals, Liverpool shortlist Bukayo Saka, Bruno Guimaraes last - Follow all the latest transfer news and updates from the Premier League and beyond (Author: Gardener)

Bukayo SakaThis website uses cookies for analysis, personalized content and advertising. By continuing to surf this website, you consent to this use. Please use a supported version for the best MSN experience. The January transfer window will open and Premier League clubs are looking for ways to increase their seasons. There have been several major signings last year as Arsenal signed Martin Odegaard on loan from Real Madrid before making it permanent last summer. Manchester United spent heavily to bring Amad down from Atalanta for £ 18m, while West Ham arguably secured the signing of the window by loaning Jesse Lingard to the Red Devils, which resulted in nine goals in 16 games. Mid-season this year, Chelsea are likely to explore left-back and left-back options after Ben Chilwell's knee surgery at the end of the season, with Everton's disgraced Lucas Digne being an option. While Antonio Conte expects Tottenham to back him up to inspire them to a top 4 finish. Keep up with the latest transfer news, rumors and gossip from the Premier League and across Europe: Man City is waiting for the striker with Erling Haaland and Harry Kane targets Dean Henderson said he won't be allowed to leave Manchester United at 9:32 a.m. with his performances in This season both Liverpool and Bayern Munich stood out. But he is expected to stay on Elland Road at least until the end of the season. 9:23 am, Ben Burrows Liverpool has apparently shortlisted Bukayo Saka as a possible future addition to the likes of Mohamed Salah and Sadio Mane. However, since the Gunners have only recently signed a new contract, they will likely be very reluctant to let it go and would certainly charge an extremely high fee if they did. 9:16 am, Ben Burrow's freshly baked Newcastle could well be one of the biggest funders of the January transfer window. A new recruit could be a familiar face with Georginio Wijnaldum, a potential target, according to the Daily Star. The Dutchman was signed to the Magpies in 2015 before embarking on a hugely successful career with Liverpool. He left Anfield in the summer but has struggled to secure a permanent place on Mauricio Pochettino's team since talking about moving to England. 8:58 a.m., Ben Burrows Tottenham appear to be leading the race for AC Milan midfielder Franck Kessie. New boss Antonio Conte wants to put his own stamp on the Spurs squad, with the Ivorian midfielder appearing to be a top target. The Express report that Spurs held was in talks with the 25-year-old's camp, whose contract in Italy expires this summer. Arsenal and Manchester United have also been linked. 8:47 am, Ben Burrows Liverpool are the newest club to join the race for Ajax starlet Ryan Gravenberch. The 19-year-old midfielder is one of the most wanted young players in Europe, along with Manchester United, Real Madrid and Barcelona Ajax are keen to tie him beyond his current contract which expires in 2023 but Liverpool is one of those who hope to convince him that his future lies elsewhere. 8:35 a.m., Ben Burrow's Arsenal are looking for reinforcements as boss Mikel Arteta continues to try to shape the Gunners' squad according to his model park. Brazilian outlet Globo reports that Lyon would look for £ 38 million from any potential applicant. Transfer news live: Dean Henderson said he will not be allowed to leave Manchester United 8:23 am, Ben Burrows Ralf Rangnick has apparently told Dean Henderson that he will not be allowed to leave Manchester United in January. The England international is behind David De Gea in the goalkeeper pecking order at Old Trafford and wants more football. A move has been considered, but the Daily Mail claims interim boss Rangnick wants to keep three goalkeepers in his squad and will not approve of a temporary exit. Transfer news live: Man City waiting for new striker 8:22 am, Ben Burrows Manchester City won't buy a new striker in January transfer window Pep Guardiola is happy to wait for a replacement until the summer. According to ESPN, the club retains an interest in Erling Haaland from Borussia Dortmund and Harry Kane from Tottenham. 8:17 am, Ben Burrows Chelsea could be in the market for a new left-back in January with news that England international Ben Chilwell is likely to be out for the remainder of the season. Marcos Alonso is the next man, but AC Milan's Theo Hernandez is the last link when the Blues look to the transfer market. Serie A giants are reluctant to lose the French, however, according to Tuttosport, who may be looking elsewhere for Chelsea. 8:14 am, Ben Burrows The January transfer window is opening and Premier League clubs are looking for ways to improve their seasons. There have been several important signings last year as Arsenal signed Martin Ødegaard on loan from Real Madrid before making it permanent last summer. Manchester United spent heavily to bring Amad down from Atalanta for £ 18m, while West Ham arguably secured the signing of the window on loan from the Red Devils' Jesse Lingard, which resulted in nine goals in 16 games with Chelsea plumbing down on Ben Chilwell's end-of-season knee surgery exhausted the left full-back and left full-back, with Everton's disgraced Lucas Digne being an option. The African Cup of Nations could have an impact on the teams too. Liverpool are set to lose Mohamed Salah, Sadio Mane and Naby Keita while still keeping pace with Manchester City in the title race. The African Cup of Nations could have an impact on the teams too. Liverpool are set to lose Mohamed Salah, Sadio Mane and Naby Keita while still keeping pace with Manchester City in the title race. Newcastle will have the first opportunity to inject the money among their new Saudi owners, with relegation entirely possible. We can expect the Magpies to be aggressive in finding new talent. Newcastle will have the first opportunity to inject the money among their new Saudi owners, with relegation entirely possible. We can expect the Magpies to be aggressive in finding new talent. While Antonio Conte expects Tottenham to back him up to inspire them to a top 4 result. Is Manchester United on TV against Burnley tonight? Kick-off time and how to watch the Premier League game Manchester United vs Burnley on the live stream: How to watch the Premier League game tonight online and on TV

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