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Sheffield United Queens Park Rangers 2 1 FT Game Details Live football odds with bet365. Bet Now » GameCast Lineups and Stats Sheffield United secured a much-needed three points in their chase for the play-offs, with a 2-1 victory over QPR.The hosts dominated the first half as Richard Stearman put them in front before John Lundstram doubled the lead soon after the break. Luke Freeman halved the deficit and piled the pressure on the hosts but it was not enough for the Rs to take anything from the game.The victory was United's second consecutive 2-1 win in the league and kept them in contention for a top-six finish.It was...Sheffield United – teamtalk.com 19 Feb 14:16
VAR took centre stage in the FA Cup over the weekend, while Dele Alli was again in the news after winning a penalty at Rochdale.
Refereeing decisions are regularly the source of debate among fans, pundits, players and managers so this season a five-strong TEAMtalk panel will be passing judgement on every red card (or avoidance of one), every penalty and any other major incident every matchday.
We’ll also decide on a weekly basis which side can consider themselves lucky and which was the easiest decision for a match official to make.
Leicester City disallowed goal v Sheffield United
Jamie Vardy was a constant menace for the Foxes against the Blades and thought he’d wrapped the game up at the King Power after firing home for what the hosts thought was 2-0. However his effort was disallowed after Riyad Mahrez was flagged for offside. Really close call from the officials, but the correct one.
Verdict: Correct decision
Swansea City penalty appeal v Sheffield Wednesday
A 0-0 draw was a result neither side would have wanted but the visitors felt they should have had a penalty before half-time when striker Tammy Abraham tumbled over under a challenge by Daniel Pudil. Swansea insisted their man was pushed in the back but ref Paul Tierney ignored their claim and replays confirmed it was a solid call from the referee with the young Swansea striker going down very easily.
Verdict: Correct decision
Manchester United disallowed goal v Huddersfield Town
No question as to what was the talking point of the weekend in terms of refereeing decisions. On Saturday evening, Juan Mata appeared to have put Manchester United 2-0 up just before the break against the Terriers when he ran on to Ashley Young’s clever pass. However, while the Red Devils were celebrating, referee Kevin Friend listened patiently to his earpiece for the VAR input and after what seemed like an eternity the ‘goal’ was eventually chalked off. Mata’s knee was later revealed to be offside. The on screen graphics were admittedly a bit iffy, leading to both manager’s questioning the validity of VAR after the game.
On Sunday Hawkeye said a “technical error led to an incorrect graphic being provided”. Given that VAR is only supposed to be used for a “clear and obvious mistake”, should it even have been used at all in this instance? We are not so sure, but eventually the correct decision prevailed.
Verdict: Correct decision
Rochdale first goal v Tottenham
Before it all went nuts in the second period Dale had actually taken the lead when Ian Henderson finished a counter-attack on the stroke of half-time. It was his sixth goal in the competition this season yet a few Spurs fans on social media were of the opinion Henderson may have been just offside when the ball was played but replays confirmed he was level. Great decision.
Verdict: Correct decision
Tottenham penalty v Rochdale
Incredible drama late on at Rochdale after Dele Alli went down under the challenge of Harrison McGahey in the 88th minute with the score at 1-1. Several Rochdale played were quick to complain that the England man had gone to ground too easily and Rochdale boss Keith Hill claimed Alli was ‘looking for’ a penalty. However while Alli has (rightly or wrongly) earned himself a reputation for diving this season, we don’t get the controversy over this one as it looked a stick on.
Verdict: Correct decision
Team most likely to feel brassed off award
The events around Juan Mata’s disallowed ‘goal’ in Yorkshire have exposed flaws in the VAR system for sure. Given how close it was – Mata can’t have been any more than the width of a butterfly’s wing offside – the referee’s original decision to allow the goal should have stood.
Stonewall decision of the week
Dele Alli’s reputation for going down too easily in the area is perhaps well deserved but if, say, Kevin De Bruyne wins that penalty on Sunday, nobody bats an eyelid surely?
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Leicester City Sheffield United 1 0 FT Game Details Live football odds with bet365. Bet Now » GameCast Lineups and Stats Riyad Mahrez and Jamie Vardy combined for Leicester's only goal to lift the Foxes over Sheffield United and into the FA Cup quarterfinals. Sheffield Wednesday fan Jamie Vardy put the Blades to the sword as Leicester knocked Sheffield United out of the FA Cup. Sheffield-born Vardy, released by the club he supports at the age of 16, had been the target of "Owls reject'' taunts by the visiting supporters, but he had the last laugh when he headed the only goal of the game after 66 minutes. The fifth-round tie was the first game the striker had started in this season's competition, having previously played just 10 minutes of the replay...ESPN FC - Sheffield United News 16 Feb 10:35
Riyad Mahrez and Jamie Vardy combined for Leicester's only goal to lift the Foxes over Sheffield United and into the FA Cup quarterfinals.ESPN FC - Sheffield United News 10 Feb 15:38
Sheffield United Leeds United 2 1 FT Game Details Live football odds with bet365. Bet Now » GameCast Lineups and Stats New Leeds head coach Paul Heckingbottom saw his team lose 2-1 at Sheffield United in his first game in charge.Billy Sharp, who returned to the starting line-up, scored twice against his former club, either side of Pierre-Michel Lasogga's goal early in the second half.Kalvin Phillips and Eunan O'Kane returned to the Leeds line-up following suspension, the latter as captain.The hosts got off to a flying start when Sharp scored against his former club in only the second minute. Mark Duffy crossed from...ESPN FC - Sheffield United News 10 Feb 15:28
Billy Sharp became only the third player this century to score 200 English league goals as Sheffield United edged Leeds, 2-1 at Bramall Lane.Sheffield United – teamtalk.com 5 Feb 10:32
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Follow along live as TEAMtalk brings you all the news, rumours, done deals and best of social media as the January transfer window reaches Deadline Day.
12.01am: That’s it from us – be sure to check the website first thing Thursday to find out about any late deals at Crystal Palace and Eliaquim Mangala to Everton. Thank you and good night.
11.57pm: Newcastle have signed Sparta Prague goalkeeper Martin Dubravka on loan.
CONFIRMED: Newcastle United are pleased to announce the signing of Slovakian international goalkeeper Martin Dúbravka on loan from @ACSparta_EN until the end of the season!
— Newcastle United FC (@NUFC) January 31, 2018
11.52pm: Fulham sign Newcastle striker Aleksandar Mitrovic on loan.
— Fulham Football Club (@FulhamFC) January 31, 2018
11.50pm: Boro have completed the signing of Mo Besic on loan from Everton.
— Middlesbrough FC (@Boro) January 31, 2018
11.48pm: Nottm Forest have signed Newcastle midfielder Jack Colback on loan.
11.38pm: Swansea sign Leicester midfielder Andy King on loan.
11.37pm: West Ham complete a deal to sign Preston striker Jordan Hugill.
— West Ham United (@WestHamUtd) January 31, 2018
11.34pm: Newcastle complete loan signing of Leicester’s Islam Slimani until the end of the season.
11.28pm: Chelsea’s Kasey Palmer joins Derby on loan.
11.18pm: Sky reporting that 4 deal sheets have been lodged with the Premier League and clubs have until 1am to get the deals done. Mangala to Everton and Crystal Palace’s 2 potential signings believed to account for 3 of those sheets.
11.14pm: Crystal Palace are hoping to complete deals for Danish goalkeeper Frederik Ronnow of Brøndby and Midtjylland’s Norway international striker Alexander Sorloth. Deal sheets have been submitted, claim the BBC.
11.09pm: Middlesbrough defender Martin Braithwaite has joined Bordeaux on loan until the end of the season, subject to international clearance.
11pm: The window is closed. Deals will still be going through though…
10.58pm: Wolves are in talks with Bournemouth striker Benik Afobe over a loan deal.
10.58pm: Watford have terminated Ben Watson’s contract by mutual consent, Sky Sports News report.
10.56pm: Winger Joe Lolley has left Huddersfield to sign for Nottingham Forest for an undisclosed fee.
10.55pm: Matt Mills has signed for Barnsley. The centre-half was released by Nottingham Forest.
10.52pm: Leicester boss Claude Puel hopes Riyad Mahrez can get back to playing with the Foxes.
Puel said: “It was not a distraction, we don’t look for excuses.
“We will see with Riyad. Hopefully he will come back quickly with us and with a smile and happy to play with us.”
10.46pm: Liverpool winger Lazar Markovic is going to Anderlecht on loan. Jon Flanagan has joined Bolton on loan and Harry Wilson has joined Hull on loan.
With 19mins to spare Liverpool have found a new home for Lazar Markovic. Loan move to Anderlecht. #LFC
— James Pearce (@JamesPearceEcho) January 31, 2018
10.41pm: Newcastle are still hopeful over movement tonight.
Rafa Benitez said: “We still have time, I cannot say too much. We will see what happens. We are talking about different payers. You’ll maybe have to wait a couple of hours before you have all the information.”
10.38pm: Pep Guardiola says Man City will not sign anyone else to tonight, ending their interest in Riyad Mahrez.
“Mahrez is a Leicester player. I don’t talk about it too much. The transfer window is over so the guys who are here will finish the season.”
9.58pm: West Ham defender Reece Burke has re-signed for Bolton on loan.
9.56pm: Aleksandar Mitrovic heading for Bordeaux on loan now.
Hearing Mitrovic is back in the air and could now be on his way to Bordeaux.. #nufc
— Mark Douglas (@MsiDouglas) January 31, 2018
9.47pm: Sky reporting midfielder Ibrahim Amadou is desperate to join Crystal Palace but Lille are now refusing to sell him. Amadou is now in London and pleading on the phone with Lille to let him join Palace. Echoes of Peter Odemwingie…
9.32pm: BBC claim Crystal Palace are signing Alexander Sorloth from Midtjylland for £9m.
9.09pm: Swansea have re-signed Andre Ayew for a club-record fee from West Ham.
— Swansea City AFC (@SwansOfficial) January 31, 2018
9.08pm: Aston Villa have loaned Lewis Grabban from Bournemouth.
9.06pm: Cardiff have signed Bolton striker Gary Madine for £6m.
9.05pm: Stoke complete the signing of Badou Ndiaye.
— Stoke City FC (@stokecity) January 31, 2018
8.46pm: PA Sport claim Celtic are set to sign Dundee goalkeeper Scott Bain and they could sign his Dundee dteam-mate Jack Hendry too
8.40pm: Man City defender Eliaquim Mangala is at Everton’s Finch Farm training ground undergoing a medical ahead of his proposed loan move, claim Sky.
8.38pm: BBC reporting that Middlesbrough forward Martin Braithwaite is close to a move to Bordeaux.
8.20pm: Arsenal full-back Mathieu Debuchy has joined Saint-Etienne on loan.
— Arsenal FC (@Arsenal) January 31, 2018
8.05pm: Chelsea’s new striker…
Chelsea's new £15m striker… pic.twitter.com/l6zkzf5ufx
— TEAMtalk (@TEAMtalk) January 31, 2018
7.48pm: Liverpool’s Ovie Ejaria will spend the remainder of the campaign on loan at Sunderland.
All the best at the Stadium of Light. pic.twitter.com/UvbidR0AOS
— Liverpool FC (@LFC) January 31, 2018
7.41pm: Everton’s Ademola Lookman has joined Leipzig on loan.
Good luck, Ademola! pic.twitter.com/flAowGPLRY
— Everton (@Everton) January 31, 2018
7.34pm: Swansea have signed Andy King on loan from Leicester.
— John Percy (@JPercyTelegraph) January 31, 2018
7.26pm: Anderlecht’s loan move for Newcastle’s Aleksandar Mitrovic’s has broken down because Anderlecht have failed to sell another player to fund the move.
7.16pm: Alan Pardew says Jonny Evans has a hamstring injury and that he is why he is not in the WBA squad tonight. Arsenal are believed to have failed with a bid to sign him.
7.15pm: Riyad Mahrez is not in Leicester’s matchday squad tonight. Man City pulled out of a deal for the Leicester man after refusing to pay more than £60m for the winger.
6.34pm: Lucas Moura is a Spurs player. He has signed a five-year deal after arriving for £25m from PSG.
— Tottenham Hotspur (@SpursOfficial) January 31, 2018
6.32pm: Swansea trying loan Leicester’s Andy King, so their interest in Liverpool’s Lazar Markovic has been shelved, report the BBC. Markovic is at Melwood, but another loan in the U.K looks unlikely now.
6.29pm: Sky Sports News understands Arsenal have failed with a late attempt to sign West Brom captain Jonny Evans. The Gunners have not been able to meet West Brom’s asking price.
6.16pm: Sky Sports News understand Sunderland have pipped Barnsley and Rangers to the signing of Swansea striker Oli McBurnie on loan until the end of the season.
5.58pm: Watford have got a deal over the line on deadline day, as they have signed a Sunderland midfielder on loan…
| Fancy some transfer news?!
— Watford FC (@WatfordFC) January 31, 2018
5.55pm: There may be five hours of the window left, but this announcement video will take some beating…
Braga have signed Diogo Figueiras on a 4-and-a-half year deal.
This is some announcement video! pic.twitter.com/bEpvSMg6B1
— FourFourTweet (@FourFourTweet) January 31, 2018
5.50pm: Zlatan Ibrahimovic and Daley Blind are going nowhere on deadline day, according to Sky’s James Cooper.
“Daley Blind and Zlatan Ibrahimovic have been at Carrington today for rehab,” he said.
“They will both still be Manchester United players by the end of this window, despite speculation.
“Roma were interested in Blind but United weren’t interested in loan deals – a sale couldn’t happen so he stays.
“Ibrahimovic is still not fit – he’s certainly on LA Galaxy’s agenda but I think it’s an ongoing situation. They’re waiting for him to prove his fitness.”
5.47pm: Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang is Arsenal’s new number 14…
Introducing… our new No 14
— Arsenal FC (@Arsenal) January 31, 2018
5.43pm: After their huge win last night, Swansea are set for another boost it seems…
Andre Ayew having Swansea medical. Deal from West Ham to Swansea almost done
— Kaveh Solhekol (@SkyKaveh) January 31, 2018
5.22pm: Jack Colback is set to leave Newcastle United and join Nottingham Forest on loan until the end of the season, Sky Sports claims.
They report that he will be “one of five loan departures from Newcastle today, along with Henri Saivet, Rolando Aarons, Aleksandr Mitrovic and Freddie Woodman”.
5.07pm: Sky Sports News are now also claiming that Mesut Ozil has penned a new deal at Arsenal.
4.55pm: Manchester City are not going to pursue a deal for Riyad Mahrez and any move is off, Sky Sports News understands.
“I’ve had it confirmed that Man City are walking away from Riyad Mahrez – the deal is off. The fee was ultimately a sticking point,” Sky reporter Ben Ransom revealed.
“I’m told Leicester were after a combined package of around £95m – cash plus a player. City were very interested in bringing in Mahrez but he will not be moving to City in this window.
“As with Alexis Sanchez, the club were not prepared to pay what they thought was over the market value. Fees were discussed but no formal bid was ever placed.”
4.43pm: Aston Villa have agreed a deal with Bournemouth to take Lewis Grabban on loan for the rest of the season, according to Sky Sports.
4.30pm: Confirmation has seemingly arrived that Olivier Giroud has completed a deadline day move to Chelsea.
DONE DEAL. pic.twitter.com/67oCyDMafc
— CFC (@Conteholic) January 31, 2018
4.13pm: Arsenal are ready to lodge a last-gasp £12million bid to sign Jonny Evans from West Brom, according to reports. Good another Gunners be imminent…?
4.06pm: Isaac Success has left Watford to join Malaga on loan until the end of the season.
— Watford FC (@WatfordFC) January 31, 2018
4.04pm: If you missed this earlier, here are 9 of the best photos as Arsenal completed the signing of Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang.
3.59pm: Who remembers Conor Thomas? The player joined Liverpool on loan from Coventry in 2011 – here he’s been talking about his career.
3.45pm: Leicester’s Andy King is en route to Swansea to discuss a move to the Liberty Stadium, according to reports. The Swans also remain hopeful of a deal for Lazar Markovic from Liverpool.
3.36pm: Widespread reports claiming the Giroud to Chelsea deal has been done. Still awaiting official confirmation from both clubs….
3.28pm: Manchester United have joined the transfer deadline day party after announcing the capture of Matej Kovar from FC Slovacko. The 17-year-old is a Czech U18 international.
3.16pm: A done deal for Millwall as Ben Marshall changes a promotion push for a relegation dogfight….
— Millwall FC (@MillwallFC) January 31, 2018
3.07pm: Andy Lonergan’s move from Leeds to Sunderland is off…
Andy Lonergan to Sunderland is OFF. He and Sunderland haven't been able to agree the terms of his contract. On his way back to Leeds and set to stay here for the rest of the season. #lufc
— Phil Hay (@PhilHayYEP) January 31, 2018
3.02pm: Manchester City have made a final offer of £65million for Riyad Mahrez. Sky Sports claims the approach is being considered by the Foxes, with the deal thought to include an as-yet undisclosed player moving in the other direction.
2.56pm: West Ham have had an offer, believed to be £22million, for Leander Dendoncker, rejected by Anderlecht. We understand they value the midfielder at nearer the £30m mark.
2.44pm: Nice feature here on the best deadline day deals of January windows gone by….
2.36pm: Reports on Wearside suggesting Sunderland are on the brink of announcing a deal for towering forward Atdhe Nuhiu from Sheffield Wednesday. The man to save the Black Cats from relegation….?
2.20pm: Rumours surfacing that Tottenham will allow Erik Lamela to join Southampton once their signing of Lucas Moura is finalised….
2.11pm: Marco Reus to Liverpool?! #Topbantz here from Jamie Carragher…
Not sure but I’ve just saw Reus buying the echo on Breck Rd. https://t.co/uDP9Z7x7OJ
— Jamie Carragher (@Carra23) January 31, 2018
1.57pm: Footage emerging of Islam Slimani arriving at Newcastle airport by private jet as a £20m move from Leicester draws closer. You can see him being a bit hit at St James’ Park…..
1.52pm: An outgoing at Liverpool as U23 captain Lloyd Jones completes a permanent move to Luton. The player joined the Reds from Plymouth in 2011, but failed to make a first-team appearance for the Reds.
1.39pm: A done deal at Leeds as £2.5m forward Tyler Roberts arrives from West Brom.
Firstly would like to start with saying a massive thankyou to everybody at @WBA for helping me grow not only as a player but as a person. Delighted to announce my move to @LUFC and ready to start a new chapter of my life and career pic.twitter.com/iMRpeanVhp
— Tyler Roberts (@official_tyro) January 31, 2018
1.38pm: A bit more nostalgia from Planet Football here as they look at every player signed by Harry Redknapp on January transfer deadline day
1.31pm: Reports in Germany claim Arsenal may not be done on deadline day….with a shock swoop for Schalke’s Max Meyer being reported.
Max Meyer: Youngster attracting interest
1.25pm: Cute from Charlie Adam….
Hopefully 1 day Louis can be involved in deadline day https://t.co/s91E5aIpMC
— Charlie Adam (@Charlie26Adam) January 31, 2018
1.13pm: Reports in Belgium claim Anderlecht have won the race to sign Aleksander Mitrovic in a loan deal from Newcastle. There’s no word from the Belgians yet – though they have confirmed one deal today….
Meet our new number 10, Ryota Morioka!
— RSC Anderlecht (@rscanderlecht) January 31, 2018
1.02pm: The Manchester Evening News claims Manchester United have been given the green light to complete a deal for Man City target Fred. The Brazilian midfielder is valued at around £35million by Shakhtar Donetsk.
12.53pm: News emerging that Mesut Ozil’s new Arsenal deal has been signed and sealed….
12.42pm: Swansea still hope to secure the signings of Andy King, Andre Ayew and Lazar Markovic on deadline day, according to the Daily Telegraph.
12.21pm: We understand Leicester have told Manchester City to raise their bid for Riyad Mahrez to £75m before they consider a sale. City have seen a £55m offer for the Algerian rejected by the Foxes….
12.14pm: How do Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang’s stats compare to Arsenal’s other strikers? Our friends at Planet Football have crunched the numbers….
12.11pm: Sky Italia are reporting that Napoli are close to signing Davy Klaasen on a season-long loan from Everton.
12.01pm: Another strong hint that Batshuayi to Dortmund is imminent with the player pictured in the club’s kit….
— Borussen Edition (@BorussenEdition) January 31, 2018
11.56am: Aston Villa are in talks with Bournemouth over a deal for Lewis Grabban, Sky Sports News are reporting….
11.55am: Daily Telegraph reporting that Giroud to Chelsea has been agreed. £18m deal, with the player set to sign an 18-month deal.
11.53am: Newcastle midfielder Jack Colback is believed to be a target for Championship side Nottingham Forest, according to reports in the North-East. The Tricky Trees best act fast….
11.45am: Meanwhile, on Batshuayi’s Twitter page. A hint that a move to Dortmund is imminent…..?
— Michy Batshuayi (@mbatshuayi) January 31, 2018
11.35am: This is how Arsenal announced the signing of Aubameyang. Impressive…
— Arsenal FC (@Arsenal) January 31, 2018
11.25am: The picture Arsenal fans everywhere have all been wanting to see….
11.20: The deal to take Aubameyang to Arsenal is likely to start a domino effect, with Olivier Giroud expected now to join Chelsea and Dortmund to confirm the loan capture of Michy Batshuayi….
11.14am: BREAKING: Arsenal confirm signing of Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang for a club record deal and on a “long-term contract”.
— Arsenal FC (@Arsenal) January 31, 2018
11.12am: We understand former Arsenal midfielder Alex Song is training with the club, though it’s believed it’s just as a favour to the player, rather than a premise to him re-signing for the club….
11.11am: Borussia Dortmund have paid respect to Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang as the striker prepares to seal a move to Arsenal.
— Borussia Dortmund (@BVB) January 31, 2018
11am: There is now just 12 hours until the window shuts in England. 12 hours….
10.59am: Newcastle have agreed a deal with Leicester to take Islam Slimani on loan, according to Sky Sports. The Algerian had also been offered a move to West Ham….
10.50am: So go on, who remembers this on Sky Sports News’ Deadline Day?…. The best of deadline day on Sky Sports News
10.47am: Reading are closing on the loan signing of Chris Martin. The Scotland int’l had held talks with Sunderland last week but his high wages scuppered the deal.
10.39am: Southampton’s hopes of signing Quincey Promes from Spartak Moscow look to be over. It’s reported Saints agreed to pay his £30m asking price, which would have been a Saints club record, but the Russians’ struggles to sign a replacement means the deal will be canned….
10.36am: Roma’s hopes of landing Daley Blind from Manchester United are over, with the Serie A side moving on to another target….
10.22am: Stoke are closing on a deadline day signing after Sky Sports reported Galatasaray midfielder Badou Ndiaye has passed a medical at the club ahead of a £15m move.
10.20am: FC Midtjylland striker Alexander Sorloth is travelling to London to finalise a reported €12million move to Crystal Palace.
10.14am: Lucas Moura has reportedly passed his medical at Spurs as the player closes in on a £25million move from PSG. For the money, this looks like quite the coup for MoPo….
10.06am: Chelsea striker Michy Batshuayi has agreed to join Borussia Dortmund on an initial six-month loan deal, according to widespread reports. It’s believed the player is currently back home in Belgium awaiting for the move to go through after all the details were agreed during Tuesday. As with many deals today, watch this space….
10am: There’s a huge transfer tug o’war developing between Newcastle and West Ham over Leicester striker Islam Slimani, according to the latest reports.
9.54am: Looks like a goalkeeper arrival at Newcastle. As IF they needed another….
Newcastle agree deal to sign Slovakia goalkeeper Martin Dubravka on loan from Sparta Prague https://t.co/1KsNxVI7p1
— MailOnline Sport (@MailSport) January 31, 2018
9.51am: Watford are trying to push Stefano Okaka to Fulham on loan, but it’s believed the player wants to go to Malaga as he does not want to drop down to the Championship
9.45am: Bordeaux are trying to sign Aleksandar Mitrovic – and Newcastle are open to the idea. They had also wanted Martin Braithwaite from Middlesbrough, but the Teessiders have ruled out a loan.
9.39am: Wolves midfielder Ben Marshall to have medical at Millwall ahead of loan until the end of the season, according to Sky sources. After the return of Tim Cahill and a promising draw at home to Derby, it looks like being a good week for Millwall…
9.31am: Word is that the imminent signing of Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang has convinced Mesut Ozil to pledge his future to Arsenal and a new contract is imminent…..
9.22am: Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang has arrived at Arsenal’s London Colney training ground to undergo his medical ahead of his move. It’s understand a fee and personal terms have all been agreed, so this – and Dortmund’s wish to sign a replacement – are all that’s standing in Arsenal’s way over the club record £57.2m swoop.
9.12am: Newcastle midfielder Rolando Aarons is in talks with Hull over a loan move to the end of the season, according to reports in the North-East
9.05am: If you missed it last night, Man City signed Jack Harrison from NYCFC before loaning him straight out to Middlesbrough. TEAMtalk broke the story exclusively and before anyone else over Monday evening and Tuesday morning.
9.02am: Sky Sports are reporting that Reece Oxford is poised for key talks with David Moyes over his West Ham future today. The Hammers boss is hoping to persuade the young defender to stay, despite a loan return to Borussia Monchengladbach having already been agreed…..
9.01am: A reminder that the transfer window in England shuts at 11pm tonight, while it’s a midnight deadline for those hardy Scots north of the border.
8.50am: Celtic have had a second bid of £375,000 rejected by Motherwell for goalkeeper Trevor Carson. We understand Well are seeking nearer the £500k mark.
8.45am: After allowing Sandro Ramirez to return to Spain on Tuesday night, Everton expect to bolster their defence with the signing of a Man City defender. Safe to say this one is another transfer snub for Newcastle….
8.38am: Here’s today’s Paper Talk – and there’s rumours abound about a big-name departure at Manchester United today….
8.24am: Leeds goalkeeper Andy Lonergan will complete a move to Sunderland today, while the Whites can expect to seal the signing of West Brom forward Tyler Roberts in a £2.5million deal.
8.20am: Man City could be on the verge of smashing their transfer record twice in the space of 48 hours after Riyad Mahrez handed in a transfer request at Leicester.
8.15am: We have serious doubts about this one…. Championship side Leeds are the surprising new bookies’ favourites to sign Celtic’s prolific striker Moussa Dembele. What a coup that would be!
8.05am: A good start to the day for Chelsea after they completed the signing of Brazilian left-back Emerson Palmieri from Roma for a fee believed to be £17.6m on Tuesday night.
— Chelsea FC (@ChelseaFC) January 30, 2018
8.00am: Good morning and welcome along to our live transfer blog. Grab your coffee and take a seat as we bring you all the latest transfer offerings on the final day of the January window…..
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Manchester United have been handed an FA Cup tie against Huddersfield or Birmingham, while Manchester City face their 2013 final victors Wigan.
With former Chelsea manager Ruud Gullit and former Wales midfielder Robbie Savage drawing the balls, United – who beat Yeovil 4-0 on Friday – will continue their quest for glory with a trip to either Huddersfield or Birmingham.
Meanwhile, West Brom – who claimed a controversial 3-2 win over Liverpool at Anfield – will take on Southampton.
Elsewhere, Chelsea face a home date with Championship Hull, while Spurs will travel to Millwall or Rochdale if they can overcome League Two Newport.
The full draw for the FA Cup 5th round:
Sheffield Wednesday v Notts County or Swansea
West Brom v Southampton
Chelsea v Hull City
Leicester v Sheffield United
Huddersfield or Birmingham v Manchester United
Millwall or Rochdale v Newport County or Tottenham
Brighton v Coventry
Wigan v Manchester City
Fifth-round ties will take place across the weekend of 17-18 February, with winning clubs receiving £180,000.
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