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Premier League: Tauschgeschäft auf der Zielgeraden: Sanchez und Mkhitaryan besorgen sich neue Arbeitserlaubnis

Der Transfer von Alexis Sanchez zu Manchester United und der Wechsel von Henrikh Mkhitaryan zum FC Arsenal im Gegenzug stehen kurz vor dem offiziellen Vollzug. Am Montag wurden sowohl der Chilene als auch der Armenier gesichtet, als sie sich bei einer Behörde in Liverpool ihre neue Arbeitserlaubnis besorgten.

Premier League: Alexis Sanchez, Henrikh Mkhitaryan on brink of completing highly-anticipated swap deal

Alexis Sanchez is reportedly set to become a Manchester United player on Monday after a leaked image apparently showed the Chile international on the Old Trafford pitch in the club's famous red shirt.

Spurs striker Kane voted England Men's Player of the Year

Harry Kane set a Premier League scoring record and was more prolific than Lionel Messi in 2017. Now his England displays have been rewarded.

Premier League: Klopp über Can: Vielleicht sind nicht alle 'One-Club-Player'

Im Sommer endet der Vertrag von Emre Can und der 24-Jährige könnte den FC Liverpool ablösefrei verlassen. Während der deutsche Mittelfeldspieler in den letzten Wochen unter anderem mit Juventus Turin in Verbindung gebracht wurde, wird Can bis zu der Entscheidungsfindung dennoch ein fester Bestandteil der Mannschaft von Trainer Jürgen Klopp bleiben.

Swansea vs Liverpool LIVE: Latest score and updates from the Premier League

Swansea vs Liverpool LIVE: Latest score and updates from the Premier League

Premier League - Swansea City vs Liverpool

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Premier League - Swansea City vs Liverpool

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Premier League - Swansea City vs Liverpool

Soccer Football - Premier League - Swansea City vs Liverpool - Liberty Stadium, Swansea, Britain - January 22, 2018 General view inside the stadium before the match REUTERS/Rebecca Naden EDITORIAL USE ONLY. No use with unauthorized audio, video, data, fixture lists, club/league logos or "live" services. Online in-match use limited to 75 images, no video emulation. No use in betting, games or single club/league/player publications. Please contact your account representative for further details.

Premier League - Swansea City vs Liverpool

Soccer Football - Premier League - Swansea City vs Liverpool - Liberty Stadium, Swansea, Britain - January 22, 2018 General view inside the stadium before the match REUTERS/Rebecca Naden EDITORIAL USE ONLY. No use with unauthorized audio, video, data, fixture lists, club/league logos or "live" services. Online in-match use limited to 75 images, no video emulation. No use in betting, games or single club/league/player publications. Please contact your account representative for further details.

Transfer rumor roundup: Schurrle to Newcastle, Spurs

Chelsea's rumored pursuit of current Premier League scorers now includes Marko Arnautovic.

Transfer rumor roundup: Schurrle to Newcastle, Spurs

Chelsea's rumored pursuit of current Premier League scorers now includes Marko Arnautovic.

Javi Gracia has done his homework on Watford and says opportunity is 'a dream'

Javi Gracia claims to have watched every one of Watford’s games this season as he prepares to try to reignite his managerial career in the Premier League. The Spaniard has been out of work since last June, following an unhappy season in charge of Rubin Kazan, and is determined to succeed at Vicarage Road. Despite only being confirmed as Marco Silva’s successor on Sunday, Gracia insists he has already done his homework and is ready for the challenge ahead. Watford are 10th in the Premier League, but only four points above the relegation zone after winning only one of their last 11 matches. Gracia’s first match in charge will be the FA Cup fourth-round tie against Southampton, before Watford travel to Stoke City, who are a point above the bottom three. “I know many players because I've seen all the matches of Watford this season,” said 47-year-old Gracia, who speaks fluent English. “I know all the players and there are many injured players. “They have played very well at times this season and they can do it again. We'll try to recover them and altogether try to make a good team. For me the most important thing is the next match and trying to win that. “I want to listen to the people who are here. That's most important and after hard work.” On the chance he has been given, Gracia added: “I come from Spain, I think it's a good league, it's my country and a good country, but I'm looking for another experience in my life. “I was in Russia too and it's a new experience and I'm very happy to be here. It’s not easy arriving in this moment when the league has opened, but it’s our work. Javi Gracia sports a traditional Tatar tubeteika after being confirmed as Rubin Kazan manager Credit: Yegor Aleyev\TASS via Getty Images “You must be ready. In this moment Watford call me and I’m very grateful. I have plenty of energy to win the rest of the matches. “It's a big challenge. I think it's a dream too. I was a football player for 15 years and after this experience, I want to live in these situations as a coach. “I went to different levels in Spain and I have experienced in different countries, like Greece and Russia. I'm looking to be happy, to be with my family and to work in football. It's all I want.”

Javi Gracia has done his homework on Watford and says opportunity is 'a dream'

Javi Gracia claims to have watched every one of Watford’s games this season as he prepares to try to reignite his managerial career in the Premier League. The Spaniard has been out of work since last June, following an unhappy season in charge of Rubin Kazan, and is determined to succeed at Vicarage Road. Despite only being confirmed as Marco Silva’s successor on Sunday, Gracia insists he has already done his homework and is ready for the challenge ahead. Watford are 10th in the Premier League, but only four points above the relegation zone after winning only one of their last 11 matches. Gracia’s first match in charge will be the FA Cup fourth-round tie against Southampton, before Watford travel to Stoke City, who are a point above the bottom three. “I know many players because I've seen all the matches of Watford this season,” said 47-year-old Gracia, who speaks fluent English. “I know all the players and there are many injured players. “They have played very well at times this season and they can do it again. We'll try to recover them and altogether try to make a good team. For me the most important thing is the next match and trying to win that. “I want to listen to the people who are here. That's most important and after hard work.” On the chance he has been given, Gracia added: “I come from Spain, I think it's a good league, it's my country and a good country, but I'm looking for another experience in my life. “I was in Russia too and it's a new experience and I'm very happy to be here. It’s not easy arriving in this moment when the league has opened, but it’s our work. Javi Gracia sports a traditional Tatar tubeteika after being confirmed as Rubin Kazan manager Credit: Yegor Aleyev\TASS via Getty Images “You must be ready. In this moment Watford call me and I’m very grateful. I have plenty of energy to win the rest of the matches. “It's a big challenge. I think it's a dream too. I was a football player for 15 years and after this experience, I want to live in these situations as a coach. “I went to different levels in Spain and I have experienced in different countries, like Greece and Russia. I'm looking to be happy, to be with my family and to work in football. It's all I want.”

Alexis Sanchez would have supplemented Manchester City’s attack - he could reboot United’s

Alexis Sanchez was born in Tocopilla, a mining and fishing port in northern Chile that is known as the “city of energy” because of the electricity it generates for the region, which is fitting because it is a spark the striker will bring to Manchester United. There are mercurial attackers who are unpredictable in the sense that they can be inspired for a couple of weeks and then go missing for a couple of months. Then there are the game-changing forwards who are unpredictable by virtue of being consistently difficult to second guess and who, in turn, consistently deliver. Sanchez belongs firmly in the second category. He will bring consistent unpredictability to an attack that, for some time, has looked effective but functional, as opposed to fast and furious, and at least one pedigree player short of having its truer potential unlocked. Watching Jose Mourinho playing around with the make-up of his forward line at Old Trafford has been like the guy who is routinely a right move or two away from solving a Rubik’s cube – a breakthrough briefly beckons but completion remains frustratingly elusive. Sanchez ticks several boxes – aggressor, creator and predator who can play across the front. He will bring creativity and cutting edge, blistering pace, intensity, width and variety going forward and, in the process, he should have a galvanising effect on those around him, from Romelu Lukaku and Anthony Martial to Marcus Rashford and Jesse Lingard, not to mention Paul Pogba, who could be the biggest beneficiary of the lot. Whereas Sanchez would have supplemented Manchester City’s attack, he could help reboot United’s. How would Alexis Sanchez fit in at Manchester United? In those games when United are dominating possession and opponents are defending deep in numbers, Sanchez is adept at finding pockets of space and has the speed and skill to exploit them. When United are sitting back and playing on the counter, a tactic Mourinho often adopts in big games, the Chilean can provide one of the game’s outstanding passers, Paul Pogba, with an electrifying outlet. Sanchez could be to Pogba what Cristiano Ronaldo was to Michael Carrick. The Premier League looks beyond United this season but Mourinho’s reactive approach suits knockout football and Sanchez’s skill-set will do United’s Champions League aspirations no harm. Mourinho has been searching for the players to fully maximise Pogba’s talents. Nemanja Matic’s arrival from Chelsea last summer was an important step towards that, Sanchez is another. Perhaps only if United acquire another top class midfielder in the summer will Mourinho have the set-up around the Frenchman he wants but he is getting there. Sanchez is likely to be deployed on the right of an attacking quartet or centrally, in behind Lukaku, but crucially he provides options, whether in a 4-2-3-1, 4-3-3, 4-2-1-3 or 3-4-2-1. The goals have not been coming as plentifully of late for Lukaku but his all-round game is improving and having Sanchez playing off, around or alongside the Belgium striker will aid that process. Mourinho may also feel he has more opportunity to rest Lukaku now. A Martial-Rashford-Sanchez attack will surely get the occasional airing. No one has made more appearances than Rashford’s 88 under Mourinho. Martial may be the manager’s preferred pick at the moment but Rashford will get his chance. Martial and Rashford have traded places all season but may have the chance to play together when Sanchez arrives Credit: GETTY IMAGES If there is another immediate casualty beyond the Arsenal-bound Henrikh Mkhitaryan, who is effectively trading places with Sanchez, it is likely to be Juan Mata. The Spaniard has often been asked to occupy that right-sided position Sanchez will now assume, and given how reluctant Mourinho has been to deploy Mata in his preferred No. 10 spot, it is doubtful he will suddenly be shifted inside. Sanchez has been involved in 166 goals in 241 league appearances for Udinese, Barcelona and Arsenal since 2011/11. Only 10 players in the world have made more of an impact over that period. United are finally getting a No. 7 worthy of the number.

Alexis Sanchez would have supplemented Manchester City’s attack - he could reboot United’s

Alexis Sanchez was born in Tocopilla, a mining and fishing port in northern Chile that is known as the “city of energy” because of the electricity it generates for the region, which is fitting because it is a spark the striker will bring to Manchester United. There are mercurial attackers who are unpredictable in the sense that they can be inspired for a couple of weeks and then go missing for a couple of months. Then there are the game-changing forwards who are unpredictable by virtue of being consistently difficult to second guess and who, in turn, consistently deliver. Sanchez belongs firmly in the second category. He will bring consistent unpredictability to an attack that, for some time, has looked effective but functional, as opposed to fast and furious, and at least one pedigree player short of having its truer potential unlocked. Watching Jose Mourinho playing around with the make-up of his forward line at Old Trafford has been like the guy who is routinely a right move or two away from solving a Rubik’s cube – a breakthrough briefly beckons but completion remains frustratingly elusive. Sanchez ticks several boxes – aggressor, creator and predator who can play across the front. He will bring creativity and cutting edge, blistering pace, intensity, width and variety going forward and, in the process, he should have a galvanising effect on those around him, from Romelu Lukaku and Anthony Martial to Marcus Rashford and Jesse Lingard, not to mention Paul Pogba, who could be the biggest beneficiary of the lot. Whereas Sanchez would have supplemented Manchester City’s attack, he could help reboot United’s. How would Alexis Sanchez fit in at Manchester United? In those games when United are dominating possession and opponents are defending deep in numbers, Sanchez is adept at finding pockets of space and has the speed and skill to exploit them. When United are sitting back and playing on the counter, a tactic Mourinho often adopts in big games, the Chilean can provide one of the game’s outstanding passers, Paul Pogba, with an electrifying outlet. Sanchez could be to Pogba what Cristiano Ronaldo was to Michael Carrick. The Premier League looks beyond United this season but Mourinho’s reactive approach suits knockout football and Sanchez’s skill-set will do United’s Champions League aspirations no harm. Mourinho has been searching for the players to fully maximise Pogba’s talents. Nemanja Matic’s arrival from Chelsea last summer was an important step towards that, Sanchez is another. Perhaps only if United acquire another top class midfielder in the summer will Mourinho have the set-up around the Frenchman he wants but he is getting there. Sanchez is likely to be deployed on the right of an attacking quartet or centrally, in behind Lukaku, but crucially he provides options, whether in a 4-2-3-1, 4-3-3, 4-2-1-3 or 3-4-2-1. The goals have not been coming as plentifully of late for Lukaku but his all-round game is improving and having Sanchez playing off, around or alongside the Belgium striker will aid that process. Mourinho may also feel he has more opportunity to rest Lukaku now. A Martial-Rashford-Sanchez attack will surely get the occasional airing. No one has made more appearances than Rashford’s 88 under Mourinho. Martial may be the manager’s preferred pick at the moment but Rashford will get his chance. Martial and Rashford have traded places all season but may have the chance to play together when Sanchez arrives Credit: GETTY IMAGES If there is another immediate casualty beyond the Arsenal-bound Henrikh Mkhitaryan, who is effectively trading places with Sanchez, it is likely to be Juan Mata. The Spaniard has often been asked to occupy that right-sided position Sanchez will now assume, and given how reluctant Mourinho has been to deploy Mata in his preferred No. 10 spot, it is doubtful he will suddenly be shifted inside. Sanchez has been involved in 166 goals in 241 league appearances for Udinese, Barcelona and Arsenal since 2011/11. Only 10 players in the world have made more of an impact over that period. United are finally getting a No. 7 worthy of the number.

FILE - In this Monday, Dec. 26, 2016 file photo, Manchester United's Henrikh Mkhitaryan celebrates after scoring his side's third goal during their English Premier League soccer against Sunderland at Old Trafford in Manchester, England. Alexis Sanchez is close to joining Manchester United in what is set to be a rare swap deal among two of England’s top teams that will see Henrikh Mkhitaryan move to Arsenal.Both players were pictured by British newspapers Monday, Jan. 22, 2018 entering an office in Liverpool to update their work permits. (AP Photo/Rui Vieira, file)

FILE - In this Thursday, Dec. 28, 2017 file photo, Arsenal's Alexis Sanchez celebrates after scoring his side's third goal of the game during their English Premier League soccer match against Crystal Palace at Selhurst Park stadium in London. Alexis Sanchez is close to joining Manchester United in what is set to be a rare swap deal among two of England’s top teams that will see Henrikh Mkhitaryan move to Arsenal. Both players were pictured by British newspapers Monday, Jan. 22, 2018 entering an office in Liverpool to update their work permits. (AP Photo/Alastair Grant, file)

Premier League - Brighton & Hove Albion vs Chelsea

Soccer Football - Premier League - Brighton & Hove Albion vs Chelsea - The American Express Community Stadium, Brighton, Britain - January 20, 2018 Chelsea's Eden Hazard celebrates scoring their third goal REUTERS/Hannah Mckay

5 things...Kane closes in on goal 100

Harry Kane has scored 11 goals in his last six starts for Spurs as he closes in on 100 Premier League goals - 5 things you didn't know about the weekend's Premier League action.

5 things...Kane closes in on goal 100

Harry Kane has scored 11 goals in his last six starts for Spurs as he closes in on 100 Premier League goals - 5 things you didn't know about the weekend's Premier League action.

5 things...Kane closes in on goal 100

Harry Kane has scored 11 goals in his last six starts for Spurs as he closes in on 100 Premier League goals - 5 things you didn't know about the weekend's Premier League action.

Premier League: Liverpool look to carry winning momentum in clash against struggling Swansea

Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp has insisted he has not given a second thought to his team's 18-match unbeaten run ahead of their trip to Swansea City on Monday.

Chelsea working to complete deal for Roma duo Edin Dzeko and Emerson Palmieri

Chelsea are working to complete a deal to sign Edin Dzeko and Emerson Palmieri from Roma, but have been given a fright over the future of goalkeeper Thibaut Courtois. The Blues are ready to pay around £44million to take both striker Dzeko and left-back Palmieri, as the club look to boost head coach Antonio Conte’s squad. Palmieri has already agreed to join Chelsea, subject to a medical, and personal terms will now be discussed with the agent of 31-year-old Dzeko in London. One obstacle for Chelsea to overcome will be the length of contract they offer to Dzeko. Club policy usually dictates that incoming players, or players currently in the squad, aged 30 or over are only offered one-year deals. Dzeko’s Roma contract is due to run to 2020 and it would unusual for a player to join a club on a shorter deal with no guarantees over an extension. Handing Dzeko any more than 18 months could well cause Chelsea an issue with some of their existing players. David Luiz, Pedro and Cesc Fabregas will all have a year left to run on their contracts at the end of the season, and would all like more than one-year extensions. Dzeko is also believed to want guarantees over getting enough playing time at Stamford Bridge, but even though he will be ineligible for the Champions League, that should not be a problem. Chelsea are still in all three domestic competitions and, particularly with Alvaro Morata struggling for form and confidence, it is expected Dzeko would come in to play regularly. He has scored 14 goals this season, including two against Chelsea in the Champions League, although only two of those have come in his last 17 appearances. Out-of-form Morata has netted five times over the same number of matches. Eden Hazard and Willian may force Chelsea manager Antonio Conte into a tactical rethink Conte has wanted a target man to compliment and challenge Morata, and Dzeko certainly fits the bill. His four-and-a-half seasons at Manchester City should also ensure he does not require an adjustment period to English football. Palmieri is initially joining as a back-up to left wing-back Marcos Alonso and his arrival will finally allow Kenedy to complete a loan move to Newcastle United. Chelsea decided against a new move for Alex Sandro after learning that Juventus still wanted around £60m to sell the Brazilian this month. A double deal for Dzeko and Palmieri was made easier by the fact Roma, who Chelsea signed Antonio Rudiger from last summer, need to raise funds to meet Financial Fair Play requirements. Roma director of football Monchi hinted the Italians are planning for life without Palmieri and Dzeko by saying: “Whatever will be will be. I work every day to have players suitable to replace our players, my job is always to strengthen my club. If [Dzeko] leaves Roma, we'll buy another player.” Thibaut Courtois has been linked with a move to Real Madrid Credit: GETTY IMAGES Chelsea had expected Courtois to sign a new contract this month after offering him a deal that would make him the highest paid goalkeeper in the world. Talks had been going well with negotiations entering the final phase and Courtois suggesting that he was ready to sign. But Real Madrid are understood to have reiterated their long-standing interest in Courtois after missing out on Athletic Bilbao goalkeeper Kepa Arrizabalaga. Arrizabalaga had been expected to join Real this month, but the fact he has signed a new Bilbao deal means the La Liga giants are still on the lookout for a new goalkeeper. Chelsea still hope they can finalise a new contract with Courtois before the end of the season, but must now nervously wait to see whether or not Real attempt to ruin their negotiations. Courtois is fit to face Arsenal in the Carabao Cup semi-final second-leg at the Emirates after missing the Premier League victory over Brighton with a sprained ankle. Conte faces a selection dilemma up front with Morata available again, but Chelsea impressing with Michy Batshuayi, Eden Hazard and Willian impressing in forward positions at the weekend.

Chelsea working to complete deal for Roma duo Edin Dzeko and Emerson Palmieri

Chelsea are working to complete a deal to sign Edin Dzeko and Emerson Palmieri from Roma, but have been given a fright over the future of goalkeeper Thibaut Courtois. The Blues are ready to pay around £44million to take both striker Dzeko and left-back Palmieri, as the club look to boost head coach Antonio Conte’s squad. Palmieri has already agreed to join Chelsea, subject to a medical, and personal terms will now be discussed with the agent of 31-year-old Dzeko in London. One obstacle for Chelsea to overcome will be the length of contract they offer to Dzeko. Club policy usually dictates that incoming players, or players currently in the squad, aged 30 or over are only offered one-year deals. Dzeko’s Roma contract is due to run to 2020 and it would unusual for a player to join a club on a shorter deal with no guarantees over an extension. Handing Dzeko any more than 18 months could well cause Chelsea an issue with some of their existing players. David Luiz, Pedro and Cesc Fabregas will all have a year left to run on their contracts at the end of the season, and would all like more than one-year extensions. Dzeko is also believed to want guarantees over getting enough playing time at Stamford Bridge, but even though he will be ineligible for the Champions League, that should not be a problem. Chelsea are still in all three domestic competitions and, particularly with Alvaro Morata struggling for form and confidence, it is expected Dzeko would come in to play regularly. He has scored 14 goals this season, including two against Chelsea in the Champions League, although only two of those have come in his last 17 appearances. Out-of-form Morata has netted five times over the same number of matches. Eden Hazard and Willian may force Chelsea manager Antonio Conte into a tactical rethink Conte has wanted a target man to compliment and challenge Morata, and Dzeko certainly fits the bill. His four-and-a-half seasons at Manchester City should also ensure he does not require an adjustment period to English football. Palmieri is initially joining as a back-up to left wing-back Marcos Alonso and his arrival will finally allow Kenedy to complete a loan move to Newcastle United. Chelsea decided against a new move for Alex Sandro after learning that Juventus still wanted around £60m to sell the Brazilian this month. A double deal for Dzeko and Palmieri was made easier by the fact Roma, who Chelsea signed Antonio Rudiger from last summer, need to raise funds to meet Financial Fair Play requirements. Roma director of football Monchi hinted the Italians are planning for life without Palmieri and Dzeko by saying: “Whatever will be will be. I work every day to have players suitable to replace our players, my job is always to strengthen my club. If [Dzeko] leaves Roma, we'll buy another player.” Thibaut Courtois has been linked with a move to Real Madrid Credit: GETTY IMAGES Chelsea had expected Courtois to sign a new contract this month after offering him a deal that would make him the highest paid goalkeeper in the world. Talks had been going well with negotiations entering the final phase and Courtois suggesting that he was ready to sign. But Real Madrid are understood to have reiterated their long-standing interest in Courtois after missing out on Athletic Bilbao goalkeeper Kepa Arrizabalaga. Arrizabalaga had been expected to join Real this month, but the fact he has signed a new Bilbao deal means the La Liga giants are still on the lookout for a new goalkeeper. Chelsea still hope they can finalise a new contract with Courtois before the end of the season, but must now nervously wait to see whether or not Real attempt to ruin their negotiations. Courtois is fit to face Arsenal in the Carabao Cup semi-final second-leg at the Emirates after missing the Premier League victory over Brighton with a sprained ankle. Conte faces a selection dilemma up front with Morata available again, but Chelsea impressing with Michy Batshuayi, Eden Hazard and Willian impressing in forward positions at the weekend.

OL: Grenier, la tentation de l'Angleterre

En manque de temps de jeu avec l'OL, Clément Grenier pourrait quitter son club formateur cet hiver. Avec la Premier League comme éventuelle porte de sortie.

OL: Grenier, la tentation de l'Angleterre

En manque de temps de jeu avec l'OL, Clément Grenier pourrait quitter son club formateur cet hiver. Avec la Premier League comme éventuelle porte de sortie.

January transfer news & rumours: Alexis waits on work permit to complete Man Utd move

Goal takes a look at the biggest transfer rumours from the Premier League, La Liga, Serie A and beyond as we head into the winter window

January transfer news & rumours: Alexis waits on work permit to complete Man Utd move

Goal takes a look at the biggest transfer rumours from the Premier League, La Liga, Serie A and beyond as we head into the winter window

January transfer news & rumours: Alexis waits on work permit to complete Man Utd move

Goal takes a look at the biggest transfer rumours from the Premier League, La Liga, Serie A and beyond as we head into the winter window

January transfer news & rumours: Alexis waits on work permit to complete Man Utd move

Goal takes a look at the biggest transfer rumours from the Premier League, La Liga, Serie A and beyond as we head into the winter window

January transfer news & rumours: Alexis waits on work permit to complete Man Utd move

Goal takes a look at the biggest transfer rumours from the Premier League, La Liga, Serie A and beyond as we head into the winter window

January transfer news & rumours: Alexis waits on work permit to complete Man Utd move

Goal takes a look at the biggest transfer rumours from the Premier League, La Liga, Serie A and beyond as we head into the winter window

January transfer news & rumours: Alexis waits on work permit to complete Man Utd move

Goal takes a look at the biggest transfer rumours from the Premier League, La Liga, Serie A and beyond as we head into the winter window

January transfer news & rumours: Alexis waits on work permit to complete Man Utd move

Goal takes a look at the biggest transfer rumours from the Premier League, La Liga, Serie A and beyond as we head into the winter window

January transfer news & rumours: Alexis waits on work permit to complete Man Utd move

Goal takes a look at the biggest transfer rumours from the Premier League, La Liga, Serie A and beyond as we head into the winter window

January transfer news & rumours: Alexis waits on work permit to complete Man Utd move

Goal takes a look at the biggest transfer rumours from the Premier League, La Liga, Serie A and beyond as we head into the winter window

January transfer news & rumours: Alexis waits on work permit to complete Man Utd move

Goal takes a look at the biggest transfer rumours from the Premier League, La Liga, Serie A and beyond as we head into the winter window

January transfer news & rumours: Alexis waits on work permit to complete Man Utd move

Goal takes a look at the biggest transfer rumours from the Premier League, La Liga, Serie A and beyond as we head into the winter window

Premier League - Brighton & Hove Albion vs Chelsea

Soccer Football - Premier League - Brighton & Hove Albion vs Chelsea - The American Express Community Stadium, Brighton, Britain - January 20, 2018 Chelsea's Eden Hazard celebrates scoring their third goal REUTERS/Hannah Mckay