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England chiefs are eyeing Pep Guardiola as the next national boss; the FA would be ready to pay the coach £10m a year if he agreed to succeed Roy Hodgson.
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Newcastle manager Steve McClaren has told his shattered troops to come out fighting.
Jurgen Klopp has again been linked with replacing under-fire Brendan Rodgers as Liverpool boss.
West Ham manager Slaven Bilic is convinced referees favour big clubs when it comes to major decisions.
Brentford manager Marinus Dijkhuizen is already fighting for his job after taking charge in the summer.
Bournemouth boss Eddie Howe thinks the pressure on Brendan Rodgers is unfair.
Louis van Gaal has been told he is still on trial at Manchester United and must prove he is worthy of a new deal at Old Trafford.
Brazilian Alexandre Pato says he had "a really good offer from Manchester United" on transfer deadline day to move to the Premier League.
Pep Guardiola has been offered a lucrative new deal by Bayern Munich. The Spaniard's contract runs out at the end of the season.
John Aldridge says it is rare to hear spectators booing at Anfield which has happened frequently in recent weeks. The 57-year-old former Reds' striker says: "There is a lot of unrest with the fans with how things are going."
Everton and Tottenham are considered the front-runners for the signature of Inter Milan club captain Andrea Ranocchia, who has reportedly fallen out with Inter boss Roberto Mancini.
Norwich, Stuttgart and Bordeaux are all interested in taking Liverpool striker Divock Origi on loan in January.
Anthony Martial's agent claims Arsene Wenger missed out on the chance to sign the 19-year-old Frenchman who moved to Manchester United in August. Philippe Lamboley said of Wenger: "In football, there are those who follow players and those who buy them."
Arsenal are believed to be lining up a £13m move for Juventus defender Daniele Rugani in January. They reportedly attempted to sign the 21-year-old Italian over the summer window but Juve turned them down.
Danny Ings says it is up to Liverpool's players to start winning matches to ease the pressure on their beleaguered manager Brendan Rodgers.
Former Red Danny Murphy says Liverpool's transfer policy is not helping their manager Brendan Rodgers, who is under pressure following a bad run of results.
The chairman of the Premier League Doctors' Group, Dr Mark Gillett, wants clarification on the role of club doctors following the departure of Eva Carneiro from Chelsea.
Chelsea's Thibaut Courtois says his injury rehabilitation is going well following surgery. The goalkeeper is expected to return to first team action in December.
Watford have turned down the chance to let former Spurs striker Emmanuel Adebayor train with them.
Newcastle want to send 19-year-old Rolando Aarons out on loan despite Steve McClaren's shortage of attacking options.
West Brom keeper Ben Foster has been forced to postpone his latest comeback from injury, a serious setback in his bid to make England's Euro 2016 squad.
Thomas Muller is Bayern Munich's equivalent of Lionel Messi or Wayne Rooney, Karl-Heinz Rummenigge has said, insisting the German forward was not for sale at any price.
Manchester United are looking to bolster their defence in January with the addition of Valencia full-back Jose Luis Gaya.
Jurgen Klopp would cut short his sabbatical to take a post in the Premier League.
Newcastle United owner Mike Ashley will back under-fire manager Steve McClaren with cash during the January transfer window, but is keeping tabs on David Moyes' situation at Real Sociedad.
Pele says Diego Costa's behaviour during last weekend's match between Chelsea and Arsenal "was not good for football. It is not a good message for children."
West Ham manager Slaven Bilic believes video technology should be used to help referees make the correct calls while adding that bigger clubs get more favourable decisions than smaller teams.