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Paul Scholes is ready to answer an SOS from Manchester United boss Sir Alex Ferguson and come out of retirement.
West Brom boss Roy Hodgson hopes to sign Dundee United starlet Scott Allan next week.
The Christmas bust-up between Wayne Rooney and Sir Alex Ferguson has run so deep that it could lead to the player's departure as early as the current transfer window.
Demba Ba put the Barclays Premier League's top clubs on red alert last night when it emerged he has a £10million release clause in his Newcastle contract.
West Ham are facing an even tougher battle to sign Jordan Rhodes after he scored five at Wycombe last night. Eight Premier League clubs were represented at the game, including Spurs, Everton, Aston Villa, Norwich and Newcastle.
Furious Manchester United last night issued a statement denying they are ready to sell star striker Wayne Rooney.
Harry Redknapp has promised Tottenham are ready to spend big to turn their title challenge into glory.
Blackburn boss Steve Kean fired a warning blast at the vultures who want skipper Chris Samba and striker Junior Hoilett - as Tottenham and QPR try to get them on the cheap.
QPR boss Neil Warnock has been warned by owner Tony Fernandes that "no-one's job is safe".
Aston Villa are moving for West Brom defender Jonas Olsson as they prepare to sell James Collins.
Arsene Wenger hopes a loan deal can solve his left-back crisis.
Queens Park Rangers have had offers rejected for the Fulham striker Andrew Johnson and the Blackburn Rovers defender Christopher Samba.
Sir Alex Ferguson has admitted for the first time that Manchester United need to buy, but the manager has warned fans that he will not lower his sights just to pacify the masses.
Manchester United are prepared to sit tight until the end of January in their pursuit of Chelsea star Frank Lampard.
Everton boss David Moyes will be forced to reassess his transfer market plans after losing Phil Jagielka for six weeks to injury.
Martin Jol insists Andy Johnson will not be allowed to leave Craven Cottage until a replacement has been drafted in.
Chelsea expect to complete the £7million signing of Gary Cahill this weekend.
On-loan Burnley defender Ben Mee will complete a permanent move to the Clarets from Manchester City after today's FA Cup clash with Norwich.
Roy Hodgson will not make any panic buys in January to ease West Brom's crippling injury list.
Nick Barmby will reluctantly call time on his playing career after finally agreeing a deal to take over as Hull boss.
Ally McCoist has been assured by Rangers owner Craig Whyte that a new striker will arrive at Ibrox this month - even if Nikica Jelevic stays.
Jordan McMillan insists he wants to stay at Rangers.
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Paul Scholes was sensationally named on the bench by Manchester United for their FA Cup third round tie at Manchester City after agreeing to help his old club out for the remainder of the season.
With injuries biting deep into his squad, Sir Alex Ferguson made the dramatic move to ask his veteran midfielder to come out of retirement.
"It's fantastic that Paul has made...
United went into the FA Cup third-round tie at the Etihad Stadium on a downer following back-to-back Premier League defeats, but appeared to be given a lift by the news of Scholes' return, which broke just an hour before kick-off.
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Striker Cox gave boss Roy Hodgson food for thought on Saturday by scoring a hat-trick to see Albion into the FA Cup fourth round thanks to a 4-2 win over Championship club Cardiff.
The goals came after he admitted last week he may have to consider leaving The Hawthorns to guarantee himself first-team football, having only played a bit-part role so far this season.
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