Jackson Martinez has opened the door to a move to Arsenal or Chelsea, while Tottenham midfielder Sandro has ruled out a move to Serie A.
- Arsene Wenger claimed Arsenal proved they are genuine title contenders after coming from behind to win at West Ham.
- Malky Mackay last night revealed he has still not had talks with Cardiff owner Vincent Tan.
- Jackson Martinez has opened the door to a move to Arsenal or Chelsea by outlining his ambition to play in the Premier League.
- Furious Brendan Rodgers blasted the “horrendous” match officials after Liverpool lost out to title rivals Manchester City.
- Mauricio Pochettino has issued a hands-off warning to Manchester United after declaring: Adam Lallana is going nowhere.
- Hull City boss Steve Bruce is ready to make a record-breaking move for Sunderland striker Steven Fletcher.
- Crystal Palace want to tie down Jonny Williams to stop their prize asset leaving on the cheap.
- Brazilian midfielder Ramires says Chelsea should re-sign Nemanja Matic to help them win trophies this season.
- Spurs midfielder Sandro has told Italian giants Inter Milan and Roma he does not want to quit North London for Serie A.
- Newcastle United star Hatem Ben Arfa has ruled out a January exit from St James’ Park.
- Brendan Rodgers blasted “horrendous” referee Lee Mason and his officials after seeing his side’s title hopes suffer a bitter blow.
- Wayne Rooney claims Manchester United have joined the title fight after inspiring their comeback at Hull.
- Manchester United have been warned that David Moyes’s main transfer target Marco Reus will cost up to £40million.
- Brendan Rodgers faces an FA charge after questioning the integrity of referee Lee Mason and labelling the match officials “horrendous” following Liverpool’s defeat at Manchester City last night.
- Arsene Wenger insists the stirring 3-1 comeback victory at West Ham yesterday proves Arsenal are genuine title contenders.
- Brendan Rodgers risked an FA charge by appearing to question the impartiality of referee Lee Mason and his assistants after Liverpool’s 2-1 defeat by Manchester City last night.
- Arsene Wenger says his team showed their title-winning credentials as they came from behind to win 3-1 at West Ham yesterday – but was counting the cost of a “serious” injury to Aaron Ramsey.
- Brendan Rodgers is to ask the Premier League why “a referee from Greater Manchester” was in charge of Thursday’s fixture which ended in a controversial defeat for Liverpool at Man City.
- Jose Mourinho has been repeatedly telling his team that they need to become “killers” but this was another frustrating example of their propensity to rely on a glancing blow rather than bludgeon such obviously inferior opposition into submission.
- Manchester City preserved their 100% home record at the expense of Liverpool’s attempt to climb back to the top of the table, coming from a goal down to secure the points that took them past their north-west rivals to go second behind Arsenal.
- Brendan Rodgers risked possible Football Association action by questioning the appointment of a Greater Manchester referee to officiate the fixture against Manchester City, in which a 2-1 defeat for his Liverpool side allowed Arsenal to regain top spot in the Premier League.
- Malky Mackay, the Cardiff manager, will finally get his meeting with the club’s owner, Vincent Tan, tomorrow and will learn his fate.
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