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The latest January transfer news and rumours, including updates on the futures of Martin Odegaard and Jesse Lingard, and the latest from Chelsea….

WEST HAM MAKE LOAN APPROACH FOR LINGARD

West Ham have enquired about taking Manchester United forward Jesse Lingard on loan for the remained of the season.

‘PLAYERS DIDN’T TURN UP FOR LAMPARD’

Jamie O’Hara says the Chelsea players appeared to lose trust in Frank Lampard this season.

JOSE ON ‘BRUTAL’ LAMPARD SACKING

Tottenham boss Jose Mourinho says Frank Lampard’s sacking at Chelsea demonstrates the brutality of football management.

The former Chelsea manager, who won three Premier League titles at Stamford Bridge during Lampard’s playing career, said it was a sad day after such an influential figure in his career lost his job.

“I am always sad when a colleague loses his job,” Mourinho said, after Spurs’ FA Cup win at Wycombe. “Frank is not just a colleague, he is an important person in my career, so I feel sorry he did (get sacked).

“But it is the brutality of football, especially modern football, so when you become a manager you know that sooner or later it is going to happen to you.”

TRANSFER TALK PODCAST: SHOULD SPURS CUT LOSSES ON BALE, DOES ODEGAARD FIT AT ARSENAL & CAN BARCA YOUNG GUNS HELP KEEP MESSI? 

Pete Graves and Dharmesh Sheth are joined by Spanish football expert Terry Gibson to discuss the future of Tottenham midfielder Dele Alli and whether his path lays away from the club.

They also touch upon the possible return of Christian Eriksen to Spurs and if the club should cut their losses on Gareth Bale.

Arsenal’s surprise bid for Martin Odegaard is assessed with analysis from Terry on whether it’s the right move for the Real Madrid creative spark.

Terry discusses all things La Liga, including the rising stock of Barcelona’s young players and whether that could play a key role in keeping Lionel Messi at the club.

Plus, there’s news from Liverpool, Manchester UnitedChelseaAston Villa and much more, including Pete’s final thought, this week on West Ham and David Moyes.

CLYNE STAYING AT CRYSTAL PALACE

Crystal Palace have extended defender Nathaniel Clyne‘s contract until the end of the season.

Clyne, 29, returned for a second spell at Selhurst Park when joining on a short-term deal from Liverpool in October last year.

Palace said on their official website: “Nathaniel Clyne has signed an agreement with Crystal Palace that extends his second stint at the club until the end of this season.”

Clyne, who progressed through Palace’s academy before moving on to Southampton and then Liverpool, has made 10 appearances for the Eagles in all competitions this season

BREAKING NEWS

Nathaniel Clyne has signed an agreement that extends his second stint at Crystal Palace until the end of this season.

DONCASTER BRING IN BOSTOCK

Doncaster have signed free agent midfielder John Bostock on an 18-month deal.

The former Crystal Palace and Tottenham player was available after leaving Toulouse in October following their relegation to Ligue 2, though he spent last season on loan at Nottingham Forest.

The experienced 29-year-old has also played in the United States, Belgium and Turkey, now becoming Darren Moore’s third signing of the January window after Ellery Balcombe and Elliot Simoes.

Bostock could make his debut in Saturday’s League One clash away to Lincoln, with his signing coming too late for him to be involved against AFC Wimbledon on Tuesday.

WEST HAM’S LINGARD LOAN OFFER

West Ham’s approach to Manchester United was for a loan deal for Jesse Lingard.

West Ham already have two domestic loans in Craig Dawson and Said Benrahma. If they want to sign Jesse Lingard on loan, they would have to make either Dawson or Benrahma permanent as Premier League rules state a club is only allowed a maximum of two domestic loans.

West Ham are exploring the possibility of making Benrahma’s loan from Brentford permanent. He would cost £20m.

BREAKING NEWS

The League Managers Association has provided the following statement on behalf of former Chelsea manager Frank Lampard

“It has been a huge privilege and an honour to manage Chelsea, a club that has been a big part of my life for so long.

“Firstly, I would like to thank the fans for the incredible support that I have received over the last 18 months. I hope they know what that means to me.

“When I took on this role I understood the challenges that lay ahead in a difficult time for the football club.

“I am proud of the achievements that we made, and I am proud of the academy players that have made their step into the first team and performed so well. They are the future of the club.

“I am disappointed not to have had the time this season to take the club forward and bring it to the next level.

“I want to thank Mr Abramovich, the board, players, my coaching team and everyone at the club for their hard work and dedication, especially in these unprecedented and challenging times. I wish the team and the club every success for the future.”

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GILLS SIGN CUNDY ON LOAN

Gillingham have brought in Bristol City defender Robbie Cundy on loan until the end of the season.

The 23-year-old centre-back made 23 appearances for League Two leaders Cambridge in the first half of the campaign before being recalled by parent club City on Monday.

League One Gillingham moved quickly to bring him in for the remainder of the term and boss Steve Evans said Cundy had been in his sights since last season.

NEWPORT BRING IN HARTIGAN

Newport have signed AFC Wimbledon midfielder Anthony Hartigan on loan for the rest of the season.

The deal, which is subject to international clearance, sees Hartigan become League Two Newport’s fifth arrival this month.

Hartigan, 20, told the Newport website: “I’m happy that I’ve been given the opportunity to come here and get some games.

“I’ve already played quite a few times this season, but I’m at an age where I need to continue doing that.

“I need to continue developing and that’s only going to happen if I’m playing on a regular basis.

“I’ve been in a few relegation battles in the last few years with Wimbledon, so it’s a different challenge for me coming here and I’m happy to be here.”

BREAKING NEWS 

West Ham have made a formal approach to take Jesse Lingard from Manchester United on loan until the end of the season.

The Old Trafford club have already triggered a clause in his contract to extend it until the summer of 2022 but he hasn’t made any Premier League appearances this season.

Manchester United are yet to make a decision, but speaking after their 3-2 win over Liverpool in the FA Cup on Sunday, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer said: “Of course, he wants to play football and we’ll have to sit down with Jesse and make a decision.

“He trained this morning with a small group who weren’t in the squad. I’m very happy to have Jesse around us but he is the ultimate professional. I know that he was ready to play today and would’ve played well.”

Jesse Lingard

JOHNSON JOINS DONS ON LOAN

AFC Wimbledon have signed defender Darnell Johnson on loan from Leicester until the end of the season.

The 22-year-old knows all about Sky Bet League One, having spent the first half of the season on loan at Wigan, and he could make his debut at Doncaster on Tuesday.

Boss Glyn Hodges told AFC Wimbledon’s official website: “Darnell can play anywhere along the back four.

“It’s one we wanted to do before Saturday’s game at Crewe, but we had to wait until after the weekend. With the injuries we’ve picked up at centre-back, Darnell may start on Tuesday at Doncaster Rovers.”

‘TUCHEL CAN HELP WERNER, HAVERTZ’

9jabase.com Sports’ Nick Wright:

Of the various factors that contributed to Frank Lampard’s demise at Chelsea, his inability to get the best out of Timo Werner and Kai Havertz will go down as one of the biggest.

The Germany internationals, two of the brightest young attackers in Europe, were the headline additions in Chelsea’s summer of spending, arriving at Stamford Bridge for a combined cost of around £120m from RB Leipzig and Bayer Leverkusen respectively.

In 35 Premier League appearances between them under Lampard, however, they provided just five goals and six assists, their struggles intensifying as the season wore on. Werner has not scored a Premier League goal since November. Havertz’s barren spell goes back even further.

Read Nick Wright’s full feature here

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‘PLAYERS DIDN’T PERFORM FOR FRANK’ 

Harry Redknapp told The Transfer Show: 

“I was very surprised by the announcement. I looked at the week ahead and thought they had two winnable games and they’d turn it around. Eight games ago, there was talk about Ole Gunnar Solskjaer getting the sack and now they’re top of the league.

“This season is so volatile, you can win a few games and can shoot up the league. It’s been a rollercoaster and Frank had a downward spiral but I’m sure he’d have come out of it but he’s not been given the time.

“Absolutely the players need to take responsibility. I don’t know who actually brought those players in but I’d be surprised if Frank was responsible for bringing the two German players [Kai Havertz and Timo Werner] in and Hakim Ziyech. It’s a changing game now. Managers are given players by a Head of Recruitment.

“It’s how it works now and the two players from Germany who’ve come in have been a disaster. They haven’t performed and the only success has been Thiago Silva. I don’t think he’d have been in control of who came in and the person responsible from bringing them in should be accountable as well.”

Frank Lampard's 19-month Chelsea reign came to an end on Monday

‘CHELSEA WANT TUCHEL IN CHARGE BY WEDS’

Sky Sports News reporter Kaveh Solhekol:

“We’re being told in the last few minutes that Chelsea are hopeful that Thomas Tuchel will be at Stamford Bridge for the game against Wolves on Wednesday night. He will be the Chelsea manager and there are no other candidates to take over from Frank Lampard.

“We’re also being told that he is not exempt from the quarantine rules, so what he needs is a special permission from the Football Association to attend games and training sessions. We’re being told he will be given that special permission if he tests negative before flying into London and if he tests negative before entering the Chelsea bubble.

“We’ve been told that he’ll sign a one-and-a-half-year contract with the option of another year.”

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HIBS’ MALLAN HEADING FOR TURKEY?

Stevie Mallan could be on his way to Turkey. Super Lig team Yeni Malatyaspor have been in contact with Hibernian over a loan move for the midfielder.

Both Mallan and Hibernian are considering the offer. Mallan has scored 4 times in 21 appearances this season but has failed to nail down a regular starting place in Jack Ross’ team.

Hibernian lost in the League Cup Semi-Final on Saturday against St. Johnstone and face Rangers live on Sky Sports on Wednesday.

‘LAMPARD SACKING A COWARDLY DECISION’ 

Chelsea fan group ‘We are the Shed’ think the decision to sack Frank Lampard was ‘cowardly’ and that the board need to be held to account.

TRANSFER TALK PODCAST: SHOULD SPURS CUT LOSSES ON BALE, DOES ODEGAARD FIT AT ARSENAL & CAN BARCA YOUNG GUNS HELP KEEP MESSI? 

Pete Graves and Dharmesh Sheth are joined by Spanish football expert Terry Gibson to discuss the future of Tottenham midfielder Dele Alli and whether his path lays away from the club.

They also touch upon the possible return of Christian Eriksen to Spurs and if the club should cut their losses on Gareth Bale.

Arsenal’s surprise bid for Martin Odegaard is assessed with analysis from Terry on whether it’s the right move for the Real Madrid creative spark.

Terry discusses all things La Liga, including the rising stock of Barcelona’s young players and whether that could play a key role in keeping Lionel Messi at the club.

Plus, there’s news from Liverpool, Manchester United, ChelseaAston Villa and much more, including Pete’s final thought, this week on West Ham and David Moyes.

JOHANSEN HAVING QPR MEDICAL

Fulham midfielder Stefan Johansen has been having a medical with QPR ahead of joining them on loan.

The Norway international was one of several midfielders not named in the Cottagers’ squad for this season along with Jean Michael Seri and Kevin McDonald.

All three have been allowed to find new clubs and Seri remains in talks with BordeauxNice and Galatasaray.

KIOSO JOINS NORTHAMPTON ON LOAN

Northampton have signed defender Peter Kioso on loan from Luton for the rest of the season.

The 21-year-old recently returned to Kenilworth Road from Bolton, where he scored three goals in 14 appearances.

“Peter is a player we have been tracking for some time and have been very impressed by,” said Cobblers boss Keith Curle.

“He was on our radar before he went out to Bolton, we monitored his performances there, he did very well for Bolton and has shown excellent progression in his career.

“He has both power and pace, he is a good athlete and he can play in any role down the right-hand side as a wing-back or a full-back.

“He is a threat going forward, he has good defensive qualities too and he will add to our squad.”

REDKNAPP: LAMPARD WILL BOUNCE BACK 

Sky Sports pundit Jamie Redknapp:

Chelsea have got a good squad. Whoever takes over, and it looks like being Thomas Tuchel, he’ll look at this squad and feel he’s got a really big opportunity to build something here.

He’ll reap the benefits of what Frank Lampard has brought in because he’s got a nice blend of youth and experience, but it takes time. When you bring in so many players, it takes time to blood and give them the experience. Timo Werner hasn’t worked out yet but I think he will be a really good player in time.

Kai Havertz is going to be a really good player, Christian Pulisic is going to be looking at it hoping that his previous manager is going to be working with him. They’ve got a lovely blend of young players. I’m sure that Frank would’ve got it right given time, a little bit like Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has at Manchester United. I was one of those people a year ago thinking, ‘Solskjaer won’t last… no way’, but now look at him. His side are top of the table and that’s how crazy football is.

Sometimes, what you need is a bit of belief and a board that trusts you, but Chelsea don’t do it that way. And because of their success, sometimes it’s hard to argue with but I’m sure the fans will be feeling a little bit raw after this one because we’re not talking about an everyday player. We’re talking about their greatest ever player and someone who is more than just a footballer for that club.

He’ll feel hurt but Frank will get over it and come back stronger. There’s no doubt Chelsea will react to this and they’ll pick up results too. I wouldn’t be surprised if they do finish in the top four.

REDKNAPP: I THOUGHT FRANK WOULD BE DIFFERENT

Sky Sports pundit Jamie Redknapp:

“Of course, I’m very surprised like everyone. Once the results start to go against you at a club like Chelsea the pressure then does come on. Rightly or wrongly, the club have had a lot of success hiring and firing managers. They’re not afraid to do that.

“I feel with someone like Frank, who understands that club better than anybody, he knew when he took the job it was the price on the ticket. He knew there would come a time when he would be under pressure due to poor results. Before December, they were on a 17-game unbeaten run, but he knew there would be times when he would come under pressure and that’s when he needed the support.

“Or they would take the view to change the manager, and they’ve taken that route which is to me a surprise as I felt they’d see Frank differently. I thought he could be the first manager under Roman Abramovich to really be given time to build a team. He’s the first manager to ever bring through young players at that team.

“He’s brought through Mason Mount, Reece James, Callum Hudson-Odoi, Billy Gilmour, Fikayo Tomori, Tammy Abraham which in the long term will save the club an absolute fortune.”

SOKRATIS JOINS OLYMPIAKOS

Sokratis Papastathopoulos has joined Olympiakos on a contract until the summer of 2023.

The centre-back left Arsenal last week by mutual consent.

COULD CHELSEA SEE NEW ARRIVALS UNDER TUCHEL?

Sky Sports News reporter Kaveh Solhekol:

“Time is running out for Chelsea to sign anyone, regardless of the imminent arrival of Thomas Tuchel. I don’t think they really need to sign anyone. The managerial change could have an affect on some of the players at the club. For instance, someone like Antonio Rudiger could feel like they’ve been given another chance. He may be delighted that Tuchel is coming in.

“Some of the players who haven’t featured like Marcos Alonso could now feel like they’ve got another chance. Other players who have been frozen out could come back in. He’s previously tried to sign Jorginho at PSG and he’s managed Christian Pulisic before at Borussia Dortmund so he knows some of these players.

“Being German, he may be able to get more from Kai Havertz and Timo Werner, but I’m not hearing that they will look to make signings this month.

“It’s more a case of players leaving than players arriving.”

RANGERS CONFIRM PATTERSON NEW DEAL

Rangers have announced that Nathan Patterson has signed a new long-term contract extension at Ibrox.

A product of the Rangers Academy, Patterson has penned a two-year addition which will see him remain at the club until 2024.

MOYES COY ON NEW ADDITIONS 

David Moyes remains coy on any potential incomings at West Ham with a week to go until the close of January window.

“I would say I’m hopeful, but I can’t promise anything,” Moyes said in a press conference.

“We don’t know, we’ve not got anything absolutely definite. We’re trying a couple of things at the moment, but they may or may not come off, so we’ll just have to wait and see.”

PITCH TO POST REVIEW – LAMPARD SACKING REACTION, AND ALL 20 PL CLUBS ASSESSED AT HALFWAY STAGE

In a bumper Review show, the panel recover from spitting out their coffee on Monday morning to react to the news that Frank Lampard has lost his job as Chelsea manager. Where did it go wrong for Lampard? Did he lack experience? And what would replacement Thomas Tuchel bring?

Jasper Taylor is joined by Roger Clarke, Gerard Brand and Mark McAdam for the latest Pitch to Post review, as we analyse all 20 Premier League clubs in the half-term review.

In possibly the most bizarre Premier League season in history, which has seen eight different leaders, we cover every team from the rise of Ole’s United to the fall of Wilder’s.

VALE LANDS SCOTT FROM CITY

Port Vale have signed goalkeeper Thomas Scott from Man City, who initially signs until the end of the 2020/21 season.

The 20-year-old was most recently on trial with Sky Bet Championship sides Watford and Birmingham City and adds to the three goalkeepers already in Port Vale’s ranks.

DERBY DECEMBER WAGES PAID

Derby County has today paid all of its first team players their outstanding wages for December.

It follows a two month period where Derby’s biggest earners had been paid nothing by the club, whilst lower-earning players had been paid either 50 per cent or all of their salaries.

The club is still in a very difficult financial state, because of repeated delays in the planned takeover by Sheikh Khaled. There are serious doubts over whether that takeover will be completed, despite contracts being signed in October.

The Derby players are due to be paid their January wages in four days’ time.

KILLIE HOPEFUL ON OAKELY DEAL

Kilmarnock hope to tie up a deal for George Oakley in time for the former Hamilton striker to feature against Livingston on Wednesday.

The 25-year-old ex-Inverness striker left Accies for Pirin Blagoevgrad in the Bulgarian second tier last summer but is available on a free transfer.

Manager Alex Dyer said: “He has trained with us a couple of days, trained well, and we are looking for him to hopefully do a little deal with us.

“I want him to stay to the end of the season and he wants to stay as well, as far as I know, we have had a conversation.

“We needed another (striker) and if I can get another one again I will do. But it’s difficult at this time, as everyone knows, because you can’t see anyone and everyone wants you to take someone out of their academy who is not tried and tested. But we are still looking.

“But if no-one else comes in between now and the end of the window I will have to do with what I’ve got, and it’s good enough.”

OMOTOYE IN SWINDON LOAN

Norwich striker Tyrese Omotoye has joined Swindon on loan for the rest of the season.

The 18-year-old has impressed in the Papa John’s Trophy for the Canaries this term, scoring a hat-trick against Newport.

Omotoye has also made three Championship appearances as a substitute in the 2020/21 campaign.

OZIL TO FENERBAHCE UPDATE

Mesut Ozil will earn around £50,000 a week from Fenerbahce, although the club will not be paying Ozil’s wages until the start of the 2021/22 season.

He will receive a signing on fee of around £500,000 and his wages will be boosted by sponsors and endorsements.

Ozil joined Fenerbahce on a free transfer. In return, Fenerbahce will pay Arsenal up to £1.5m based on certain conditions – likely to be appearances, trophies and Champions League qualification.

Ozil’s contract termination with Arsenal saw him receive a sizeable percentage of the £7m he would have been due. Arsenal will not reveal how much they paid – nor if it was paid in one lump sum or over the next six months.

Fenerbahce President Ali Koc requested fans to send goodwill text messages to financially support the club. Each text is worth around £2 to the club.

Already, close to 200,000 messages have been sent – earning the club around £400,000. The campaign will continue until he is formally presented – at midday on Wednesday.

GNANDUILLET JOINS HEARTS

Hearts have strengthened their attacking options with the addition of striker Armand Gnanduillet.

The French-born Ivory Coast forward moves to the Scottish club on an 18-month deal.

ODEGAARD ARSENAL TRANSFER EXPLAINED

Spanish football expert Alvaro Montero provides detail surrounding Martin Odegaard‘s loan move from Real Madrid to Arsenal.

HODGSON: BENTEKE STILL PART OF THIS TEAM

Crystal Palace manager Roy Hodgson says he is unaware of any interest from West Brom in striker Christian Benteke and that the Belgian is still very much part of his team.

‘GERMAN APPOINTMENT FAVOURED BY CHELSEA’

Chelsea are keen to appoint a German manager to coach the likes of Kai Havertz and Timo Werner, says transfer expert Fabrizio Romano, with Thomas Tuchel set to replace Frank Lampard.

JOLLEY MOVES TO TRANMERE

Wigan striker Charlie Jolley has completed a permanent transfer to Tranmere Rovers.

Jolley, 20, has made six senior appearances for Latics after progressing through the club’s academy.

KIEFTENBELD JOINS MILLWALL

Birmingham midfielder Maikel Kieftenbeld has joined Millwall on a permanent deal.

MERSON SAYS: LAMPARD DESERVED MORE TIME

“You have to give him a chance. He pulled up trees last season to get them in the Champions League. I’m disappointed. How are we going to get these managers any experience at all?”

Sky Sports pundit Paul Merson provides his reaction to the news that Chelsea have sacked head coach Frank Lampard after a run of five defeats from eight Premier League games…

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THE SKY SPORTS EFL PODCAST

Jonathan Oakes is joined by pundit Don Goodman and commentator Daniel Mann to discuss all the latest news from the Championship, League One and League Two.

The panel take a look at all the latest EFL action and transfer latest, assess the appointment of Mick McCarthy at Cardiff and we hear from Norwich’s Todd Cantwell in Ten To Tackle.

All that and much more!

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NEV: SIGNINGS BROUGHT PRESSURE ON LAMPARD

Frank Lampard knew ‘immediate’ results would be demanded of him at Chelsea, says his former England team-mate Gary Neville.

PARMA IN TALKS OVER ZIRKZEE

Parma are in talks with Bayern Munich over a loan deal for 19-year-old forward Joshua Zirkzee, according to Sky Italy.

Any deal is likely to include an option to make the move permanent in the summer.

Sky Sports News previously reflected Sky Germany reports on January 19 that Everton had been linked with a loan move for Zirkzee, with an obligation to buy.

However insiders at Everton dismissed the reports at the time and said the club would not be pursuing the player in this window.

‘ODEGAARD CHANGED HIS MIND TO JOIN ARSENAL’ 

European football expert Fabrizio Romano: 

“It’s almost done. He’s having his medical and the paperwork is being signed. I think it’s all done between Real Madrid and Arsenal.

“The player was very close to re-joining Real Sociedad on loan but Mikel Arteta then called the player, his family and agent to convince them that he would have game time and that he’d be playing in the Premier League with Arsenal.

“So Odegaard changed his mind about three or four days ago. It will be completed in the coming hours and it will be a simple loan for six months. I’m told that at the end of the season, Arsenal and Real Madrid will speak again about the situation along with Dani Ceballos.

“They will decide then but Arsenal have a very interesting talent as he was tempted by a move to Ajax. But after Arteta’s call, he’s decided to move to England.”

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WILSHERE READY TO REIGNITE CAREER 

Jack Wilshere is ready to renew acquaintances with the FA Cup and will have a point to prove when Bournemouth host Crawley in the fourth round on Tuesday.

The former Arsenal midfielder has not played in the competition since the 2015 final when the Gunners lifted the trophy with a 4-0 win over Aston Villa. Arsene Wenger used Wilshere as a substitute on that day at Wembley, but a culmination of factors mean the 29-year-old has not featured in the competition since.

Having joined the Cherries on a deal until the end of the season, he will now get the chance to end his absence from the tournament when Crawley visit the Vitality Stadium a few days later than planned after an outbreak of Covid-19 cases at the Sky Bet League Two club.

“It has been a while since I was involved in the FA Cup,” Wilshere said. “I love the FA Cup. When I was a younger player that was an opportunity for me to try and work my way into the Premier League team.

“Arsene was always good at that, but now I am at a different stage of my career and I’m looking to try and get minutes to prove my fitness.

“We want to win the game. It’s the FA Cup and against a team from a lower division, which will bring different challenges, so it will be a difficult game and we will have to be ready for the fight from the first minute.”

Bournemouth midfielder Jack Wilshere (PA Image)

‘CHELSEA’S NEW SIGNINGS HAVEN’T PERFORMED’

Chelsea‘s dip in form and a lack of consistency from some of the club’s high-profile signings proved costly to Frank Lampard, says Sue Smith.

TRANSFER TALK PODCAST: SHOULD SPURS CUT LOSSES ON BALE, DOES ODEGAARD FIT AT ARSENAL & CAN BARCA YOUNG GUNS HELP KEEP MESSI? 

Pete Graves and Dharmesh Sheth are joined by Spanish football expert Terry Gibson to discuss the future of Tottenham midfielder Dele Alli and whether his path lays away from the club.

They also touch upon the possible return of Christian Eriksen to Spurs and if the club should cut their losses on Gareth Bale.

Arsenal’s surprise bid for Martin Odegaard is assessed with analysis from Terry on whether it’s the right move for the Real Madrid creative spark.

Terry discusses all things La Liga, including the rising stock of Barcelona’s young players and whether that could play a key role in keeping Lionel Messi at the club.

Plus, there’s news from Liverpool, Manchester United, Chelsea, Aston Villa and much more, including Pete’s final thought, this week on West Ham and David Moyes.

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