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Liverpool FC transfer news - Nathaniel Clyne lined up for switch from Southampton FC


Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgers is being tipped to make yet another raid on Southampton in 2015, with full-back Nathaniel Clyne being backed for a move to Anfield either in January or the summer transfer window. The Reds spent close on £50million when luring Adam Lallana, Dejan Lovren and Rickie Lambert away from St Mary's Stadium up to Merseyside before the start of this season. All three players have taken a little time to find their feet at Liverpool, with striker Lambert scoring for the first time in Sunday's 3-1 loss at Crystal Palace and England midfielder Lallana also netting just once so far. However, it seems Rodgers still has faith in the Southampton production line coming good as he prepares to return to the south-coast club in search of a new full-back. With Spanish recruits Javi Manquillo and Alberto Moreno also yet to win over the Anfield faithful and Glen Johnson and Jose Enrique suffering from injury problems, this is an area which needs addressing. Southampton sold Luke Shaw to Manchester United and Calum Chambers to Arsenal during their amazing summer clear-out but have continued to flourish under new boss Ronald Koeman. Many pundits believe Clyne is just as good, if not better, than those former teammates and his capture would help Rodgers to add more energy and zest to his side, qualities which have been sadly lacking so far this term. Clyne hit the back of the net at Anfield on the opening day of the campaign and has since also scored in a 2-1 Capital One Cup win at Arsenal and Monday's 1-1 Premier League draw at Aston Villa. After featuring for England in the recent double-header against Slovenia and Scotland, Manchester United and Chelsea are also believed to be monitoring his situation, but Rodgers and Liverpool are fancied to win the race for his signature.
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Arsenal FC transfer news - Petr Cech backed to join Gunners from Chelsea FC in January


Arsenal have emerged as strong favourites to sign Petr Cech if the veteran goalkeeper decides to leave Premier League rivals Chelsea in the January transfer window. Cech's future has been the underject of much speculation ever since Jose Mourinho decided to recall Thibaut Courtois from a lengthy loan spell with Atletico Madrid. Having been the No 1 shot-stopper at Stamford Bridge since joining the Blues from Rennes back in 2004, Cech was originally keen to stay and fight for his place, with over 450 games for the club to his credit. Over a decade in London had brought the 32-year-old three Premier League titles, four FA Cup triumphs, two League Cup victories, a Europe League success and, of course, Champions League glory in 2012. However, it soon became established that Belgium international Courtois had usurped the 111-times capped Czech Republic stalwart and there has been no sign of a way back into favour for Cech. The 6ft 5in Cech has had to feed on the scraps of two Capital One Cup appearances, a couple of Champions League games against group minnows Maribor when Courtois was rested and 70 minutes versus Arsenal after his rival went off injured. Paris Saint-Germain and Real Madrid have previously been linked with a move, with both clubs looking for cover in that position, but the smart money has been pouring in on Arsenal to swoop in the New Year. With Colombia keeper David Ospina out for three months due to a thigh injury and Wojciech Szczesny suffering a knock during Saturday's loss to Manchester United, Arsene Wenger had to call on young Argentinean Damian Martinez for the second time this season. Even when fully fit, Szczesny's form has been far from impressive as the Gunners have suffered their worst start to a Premier League season in 32 years, giving Wenger every reason to ring the changes.
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Cheltenham Town FC next manager market - Martin Allen backed but Paul Buckle still fav


Paul Buckle remains a firm favourite to become the next Cheltenham Town FC manager, but Martin Allen has also been well backed to replace the sacked Mark Yates at Whaddon Road. Yates paid the price for a run of four straight League Two defeats which left the Robins down in 18th place in the table, with a 5-1 loss at Stevenage and a 4-1 beating by Wycombe at home being his last two matches in charge. During his five-year reign, Yates had twice led Cheltenham into the play-offs, but couldn't quite gain promotion and chairman Paul Baker regrettably felt the time had come for a change of direction following a poor run of form this term. "The new manager will be coming in on Wednesday, but we are not looking at wholesale changes," said Baker on the club website. "It’s up to the new manager to get to know the team and stamp his own style on things.  "It’s not the easiest job in the world and we don’t have money to throw at it, but he’ll come in as prepared as he can be. There are always expectations when a new manager comes in, but it’s still a tough job. "He is our first choice and we are delighted he has accepted our offer and we look forward to introducing him to the press on Wednesday and to the fans on Saturday for the home match against Oxford United. "We have done what we think is best for Cheltenham Town Football Club. We now need everyone to get behind the new manager and the team." Buckle was a much-travelled midfielder during an 18-year career as a player and the 43-year-old has had spells as manager of Torquay United, Bristol Rovers and Luton Town. He led Torquay back into the Football League from the Conference in 2009 and also took the Hatters to a play-off final at Wembley before spending time coaching in the USA. Former QPR and West Ham grafter Allen was Cheltenham boss for just over a year from 2008 to 2009, while his father Dennis enjoyed a five-year reign at the club in the late 1970s. The 49-year-old is currently enjoying a fourth spell in charge of runaway Conference leaders Barnet, so clearly has no fear of going back to a former club.
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Manchester United FC transfer news - Aymeric Laporte on radar for Red Devils


As Louis van Gaal continues to lament his defensive injury woes, Athletic Bilbao centre-half Aymeric Laporte has emerged as another potential transfer target for the Red Devils in this department. Chief executive Ed Woodward has strongly suggested that there will be no new signings at Old Trafford in the January window, unless one of their proposed summer recruits becomes available. Laporte is believed to be one of those players the United scouts are monitoring, with the 20-year-old centre-half having caught the eye with a number of solid displays in La Liga this season. Born in Agen, Laporte is only the second French player to have represented the Bilbao club, following in the footsteps of the superb Bixente Lizarazu. At 6ft 2in, he has the height and physical strength to cope with the demands of playing in the heart of United's defence in the Premier League if he can be prised away from Spain. The 10-times capped France Under-21 international can also fill in at left-back when required, which will definitely appeal to Van Gaal after recent injuries to Luke Shaw, Marcos Rojo and Daley Blind. Currently under contract until 2016, Laporte is reported to have a buy-out clause of 27.5million euros, which should at least make negotiations a little easier than when trying to lure Ander Herrera away from Athletic. With respected coaches Marcelo Bielsa and Ernesto Valverde both having been happy to rely on the youngster in big matches, a host of other top European clubs are also keeping an eye on the situation, but United are currently favourites to capture his signature.
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Arsenal FC next manager market - Jurgen Klopp favourite to succeed Arsene Wenger


Speculation is growing that Jurgen Klopp could well be invited in for a job interview when taking his Borussia Dortmund side to Arsenal for Wednesday's Champions League clash, with the German boss currently favourite to one day replace Arsene Wenger at Emirates Stadium. Wenger has been in charge of the Gunners since 1996 and has shown few signs of calling time on that lengthy reign, but at the age of 65, even the Frenchman knows that all good things must come to an end eventually. Sir Alex Ferguson's departure from Manchester United also showed that nothing lasts forever and Arsenal will have taken note of how much the Red Devils have struggled since the Scot's retirement with regards making sure they have the right man in place to succeed Wenger. Klopp would certainly be one of the leading contenders, with the 47-year-old having enjoyed great success in Dortmund, leading Borussia to two Bundesliga title triumphs and a Champions League final at Wembley, when losing out to Bayern Munich. "Klopp's name has been in the frame for seemingly every big recent Premier League job, but should he ever make the move to England, it looks like Arsenal will be his most likely port of call," said Ladbrokes spokesman Alex Donohue. Wenger, meanwhile, is facing renewed pressure to bring back the glory days of his early years with the Gunners, with the last of his three Premier League victories coming in 2004 and no sign of another title triumph on the horizon. Winning last season's FA Cup bought the Frenchman some much-needed time and he has begun to embrace the need for major signings by bringing in first Mesut Ozil and then Alexis Sanchez for big money. However, Saturday's 2-1 home loss to United had a number of high-profile fans again questioning whether he is still the right man for the job, while billionaire shareholder Alisher Usmanov has also cast doubts over his long-term future. In an interview with CNBC, he said: "Arsene Wenger is one of the greatest coaches not just of European but of world football, but we have a Russian proverb which goes: 'Even an old lady can have a roof falling on her.' "Everybody makes mistakes. He can make mistakes and I know as you age that it is more difficult, more challenging to accept one's mistakes. Maybe it's a problem. My opinion is we need to strengthen every position to play on the level of such teams as Chelsea and Manchester City in the UK, and in Europe like Real, Barcelona, Paris Saint-Germain and other clubs."
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Manchester City FC transfer news - Messi, Barkley and Isco all on wanted list


Manchester City could be set for a major re-shuffle if suffering another early exit from the Champions League, with their mega-rich owners believed to be plotting moves for Lionel Messi, Ross Barkley and Isco if a huge rebuilding process takes place. Blues midfielder Samir Nasri has admitted he fears there will be significant changes at the Etihad Stadium if City fail to progress past the group stage in Europe for the third time in four years. Despite having enjoyed great success on the domestic front, with two Premier League titles and FA Cup and Capital One Cup victories, the club's Abu Dhabi-based pay-masters crave glory on the Continent to help promote their dream of City becoming a global brand. "Sometimes people say our team is a little bit old, that's what I read," Nasri is quoted as saying in several newspapers. "And let's be honest, we need to do something or otherwise next year it is going to be new players. "That's how we work when you play for a big team, a big club. You have to respond and show everyone you deserve to qualify. It's not enough to be top in your league if you don't do anything in the Champions League. With the players we have, the owner gives us his trust, we have to return it in Europe." Clearly, any move for Messi would be more than a touch ambitious, but speculation is growing that the Argentina superstar is considering whether to leave Barcelona in search of a fresh challenge before his incredible talents begin to fade. City not only have the finiancial backing to tempt Messi to Manchester, they have former Barca director of football Txiki Begiristain now employed in the same capacity at Etihad Stadium, as well as familiar faces on the field in international teammates Sergio Aguero, Pablo Zabaleta and Martin Demichelis. Barkley and Isco would be ideal recruits, too, both in terms of adding some creative spark to what has looked a slightly laboured midfield this season and bringing down the average age of the first-team squad. Everton and England star Barkley is widely tipped to become the next big thing in British football if being elevated onto a superior stage, while City tried hard to land Isco in 2013 before he switched from Malaga to Real Madrid.
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Newcastle United FC transfer news - Danny Ings backed to join Magpies in January window


Newcastle United have been backed to sign Burnley striker Danny Ings in the January transfer window as the Magpies look to build on their superb run of form. After looking in turmoil early on in the season, Newcastle have put together a run of five straight Premier League wins to move up to fifth in the table, as well as knocking Manchester City out of the Capital One Cup. However, Alan Pardew knows that success has largely been built on the back of some rock-solid defensive efforts, with just one goal conceded in over nine hours of football, and a fresh striker is his top target in the New Year. The form of Spanish youngster Ayoze Perez has been a pleasant surprise, with the 21-year-old netting in three of his last four matches, but Papiss Cisse and Sammy Ameobi are struggling in that department. Ings banged in 26 goals last season as Burnley gained promotion from the Championship and, after recovering from a hamstring injury, is now beginning to find his feet in the top flight, with three goals in four games, including a double strike in Saturday's 2-1 win at Stoke. “I knew goals would not come as frequently as last year, but I think I'm coping with the league well, and that my form, touches and all-round game are improving every week, and now I'm getting goals as well," the forward told the FA website. The 22-year-old has represented England Under-21s seven times and there has even been talk of a call-up into the senior Three Lions squad, prompting fears that the Clarets will struggle to keep hold of their star man. With Ings set to become a free agent next summer, Burnley may decide it would be better to at least receive a transfer fee in January before he leaves for nothing - and Newcastle are believed to be monitoring the situation closely.
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Copa America 2015 draw - Fixtures and dates for group stage games in Chile


Defending champions Uruguay have been drawn in the same group as World Cup runners-up Argentina at the 2015 Copa America in Chile, while Brazil have been paired with Colombia in the competition which starts on June 11. With three pools of four teams, the top two in each section will qualify for the quarter-finals of the South American championship, along with the two best third-placed teams. Uruguay must bid to retain their title without Barcelona striker Luis Suarez, with the former Liverpool star still banned from competitive international matches when this tournament takes place. Cop America 2015 Group A: Chile, Mexico, Ecuador, Bolivia Group B: Argentina, Uruguay, Paraguay, Jamaica Group C: Brazil, Colombia, Peru, Venezuela Brazil were victorious in 2004 and 2007 and will be hoping Neymar can inspire them to a fifth triumph in the last seven renewals of this competition, with the Selecao having been in fine form in friendlies since Dunga returned to the helm following their World Cup meltdown. Argentina will be seeking their first success since 1993, but the omens are good for Lionel Messi, Sergio Aguero, Angel Di Maria and Co as La Albiceleste also lifted the trophy when the Copa America was last staged in Chile back in 1991. Mexico and Jamaica have been invited to join the 10 South American nations for next year's tournament, with El Tri having impressed as a wildcard before when reaching the final in 1993 and 2001. Fixtures June 11 Chile v EcuadorJune 12 Mexico v BoliviaJune 13 Uruguay v JamaicaJune 13 Argentina v ParaguayJune 14 Colombia v VenezuelaJune 14 Brazil v PeruJune 15 Ecuador v BoliviaJune 15 Chile v MexicoJune 16 Paraguay v JamaicaJune 16 Argentina v UruguayJune 17 Brazil v ColombiaJune 18 Peru v VenezuelaJune 19 Mexico v EcuadorJune 19 Chile v BoliviaJune 20 Uruguay v ParaguayJune 20 Argentina v JamaicaJune 21 Colombia v PeruJune 21 Brazil v VenezuelaJune 24 Quarter-FinalJune 25 Quarter-FinalJune 26 Quarter-FinalJune 27 Quarter-FinalJune 29 Semi-FinalJune 30 Semi-FinalJuly 3  3rd PlaceJuly 4  Final
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Schalke 04 vs Chelsea FC Champions League tips, kick-off time and team news


Chelsea will face a familiar foe when taking on Schalke in the Champions League at 19.45 GMT on Tuesday night, with former Blues boss Roberto Di Matteo now in charge of the German outfit. Di Matteo led the London club to the holy grail of European Cup glory in 2012 but took over at Schalke in early October following the departure of Jens Keller, with this being the Italian's first position since leaving Stamford Bridge. Although struggling in seventh place in the Bundesliga, the hosts are in second spot in Group G of this competition, having drawn against Chelsea and Maribor before winning and losing versus Sporting Lisbon. Star playmaker Julian Draxler is sidelined with a hamstring problem, while Jefferson Farfan and Saed Kolasinac also miss out and four more players are doubtful, stretching Di Matteo's squad to the limit. Schalke will rely heavily on striker Klaas-Jan Huntelaar to provide an attacking threat, with the Dutch striker having scored eight times for his club this term and twice for Holland in a recent Euro 2016 rout of Latvia. Jose Mourinho's Chelsea go into this fixture in top form, though, following an 18-game unbeaten run at the start of the current campaign which has brought them 14 wins and four draws. Although held to a 1-1 stalemate at Maribor last time out in this tournament, they will be confident of wrapping up top spot in the pool with another victory, having prevailed 3-0 at this venue last term. "We’ve started really well," defender Gary Cahill told the club website. "We’ve kept the momentum going and the good feeling of winning games. There’s a long way to go but we would rather be where we are now than where we were this time last season. "Now we’ve got a huge amount of fixtures coming up. It’s a testing part of the season but one we’re ready for and one we’ve done many times before. We want to keep going in this vein." Schalke looked very fragile at the back when conceding seven times in two games against Sporting Lisbon and Chelsea have the attacking weapons to take advantage, so go for the Blues to secure a smooth away success. Prediction: Schalke 1 Chelsea 3
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Manchester City vs Bayern Munich Champions League tips, kick-off time and team news


Manchester City face a must-win Champions League clash with Bayern Munich at Etihad Stadium on Tuesday night, with this crucial Group E encounter having a kick-off time of 19.45 GMT. The Blues have picked up just two points from their first four fixtures and almost certainly need a victory here to keep their hopes of qualifying for the knockout rounds alive. City lost to a last-minute deflected goal in Munich on Matchday 1 and then drew at home to Roma before only picking up one point from two games against pool outsiders CSKA to leave them facing an early exit for the third time in four seasons. Manuel Pellegrini must cope without suspended midfielders Yaya Toure and Fernandinho for this fixture, while Edin Dzeko, David Silva and Aleksandar Kolarov are all doubtful due to injury problems. The Blues boss did insist Sergio Aguero and Stevan Jovetic will be fit to feature up front, though, despite that pair finishing their final training session early for treatment on minor niggles. Bayern have Philipp Lahm, Javi Martinez, Claudio Pizarro, David Alaba, Thiago Alcantara, Holger Badstuber and reserve goalkeepers Pepe Reina and Tom Starke absent due to assorted injuries, with Jerome Boateng also doubtful. City will also be hoping Pep Guardiola rests a few more of his star players as the German giants are already assured of top spot in the group following four straight victories. "Nobody in the whole team is happy with the way we have played this stage of the group," said Pellegrini. "We have our last chance to try to win this year, to beat Bayern Munich and continue to have chances to go to the next stage. "They have injuries, but big teams always have the squad to cope and they will bring other important names who can play very well and I don't think because they have already qualified they will play in a worse way. I am sure we are going to have a very tough game." City supporters will be hoping their extra hunger and desire plays a part, but we feel Bayern will be even more dangerous now able to play with the freedom of a team already through and they can hit the Blues on the break. Prediction: Manchester City 1 Bayern Munich 2

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