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IN Sports ON 10 Nov, 2016
A plenty of talks and rumors on the potential big moves continued after the transfer window re-opened for business.
And with that, lots of questions emerged with no one to answer them. Will Manchester United spend big again in January? Will Liverpool and Chelsea offload their misfits?
Now, no need to worry anymore, as I bring you the very latest news and gossips right from the Premier League.
Just keep scrolling.
Liverpool is said to be keen on signing Argentine starlet Cristian Pavon as cover for Danny Ings and Sadio Mane.
Well, to let you know, Ings is out for the season with a knee injury while Mane is set to take part in the Africa Cup of Nations for Senegal in January.
The Greek Football Association has suspended all football competitions in the country following an alleged arson attack at the home of the president of its refereeing committee.
The Manchester United skipper has seen his first-team opportunities limited this season with boss Jose Mourinho leaving him to watch on from the sidelines over the last month.
Luo Ning, honorary chairman of Chinese Super League Club Beijing Guoan, claims that the England captain rejected a move in favor of staying in United.
Memphis Depay could be heading to Goodison Park in January as Everton look to bolster their ranks.
Toffees manager, Ronald Koeman, believes he can get the best out of the 22-year-old.
Olivier Giroud is reportedly set to have showdown talks with Arsene Wenger over his Arsenal future. Giroud, 30, wants assurances about his long-term place within the team.
Chelsea manager, Antonio Conte is ready to rival Manchester United for the 24-year-old, PSG (Paris-Saint Germain FC) midfielder Marco Verratti, whose agent claimed last month that he could move on if PSG fails to win something this season.
Jose Mourinho has come in for a plethora of criticism over the last 12 months. And it's not stopping at Manchester United, particularly after his outspokenness over his pair of England defenders, Luke Shaw and Chris Smalling.
Major ins are Eric Bailly, Zlatan Ibrahimovic, Henrikh Mkhitaryan, and Paul Pogba.
Bailly looks like a fine addition, and even Mkhitaryan seems like the right option to add some creativity. Any opinions on the rest?
We were a bit sniffy about Arsenal's business two months ago, but the outlook is much more positive now. The major ins includes Granit Xhaka, Takuma Asano, Rob Holding, Lucas Perez, and Shkodran Mustafi.