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​Manchester United are weighing up a January swoop for Real Madrid midfielder Isco.

Tottenham fear Harry Kane could be out for up to two months with ankle ligament damage suffered in the victory over Sunderland.

Francesco Guidolin is under mounting pressure at Swansea following their poor start to the new Premier League season.

Vincent Kompany is set to make his latest long-awaited return from injury for Manchester City in their EFL Cup tie at Swansea.

Chelsea head coach Antonio Conte is giving serious consideration to bringing summer signing Marcos Alonso into his starting line-up and dropping Branislav Ivanovic.

Jose Mourinho faces a battle to win over Manchester United’s dressing room after the latest public attack on his players.

Manchester United defender Phil Jones is set to be sold by manager Jose Mourinho in January, with Arsenal and Liverpool ready to bid.

Yaya Toure is set to be handed his first competitive start under Pep Guardiola in Manchester City’s EFL Cup clash at Swansea.

Manchester City and Barcelona are refusing to take no for an answer in their pursuit of Arsenal defender Hector Bellerin.

Mamadou Sakho’s exile from the Liverpool team will continue after Jurgen Klopp revealed the defender is not in the physical condition to play a competitive game.

Antonio Conte is already coming under pressure at Chelsea, with owner Roman Abramovich holding a meeting with club officials following last Friday’s 2-1 home defeat to Liverpool.

Jurgen Klopp has told Loris Karius and Simon Mignolet there is no first choice goalkeeper at Liverpool.

John Terry is expected to return to the Chelsea team for Saturday’s crucial Premier League trip to Arsenal.

Manchester United believe that Jose Mourinho is equipped with a competitive squad for the Premier League season and are unlikely to strengthen further in January, despite three defeats in a week which have put the new manager under early pressure.

Nottingham Forest forward Nicklas Bendtner insist he will celebrate if he scores against former club Arsenal in their EFL Cup.



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