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Sullivan hits back in Sakho row

Diafra Sakho could face a FIFA ban for missing the Africa Cup of Nations, but David Sullivan insists West Ham have done nothing wrong.
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Richards: Cuadrado suited to Premier League

Juan Cuadrado has been strongly linked with Chelsea and Micah Richards thinks the Fiorentina star would be a big hit in the Premier League.
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Figo to challenge for FIFA presidency

Luis Figo has become the latest candidate to announce his intention to challenge Sepp Blatter as FIFA president.
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Inzaghi out to freshen up struggling Milan

Milan coach Filippo Inzaghi hopes the club can strengthen his squad with new arrivals in a bid to bolster their ailing fortunes.
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Wigan agree a fee for Mckay

Billy Mckay is on his way for talks at Wigan Athletic after the Championship strugglers agreed a fee with Inverness Caledonian Thistle.
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Carver eyes strong finish

Fresh from being handed the Newcastle United job for the rest of the season, John Carver is targeting a strong finish to 2014-15.
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Bowen cools talk of Stoke swoop for Sandro and Traore

Barcelona fringe duo Sandro and Adama Traore have been linked Stoke City, but Mark Bowen insists no deals are the offing just yet.
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Lazio-bound Morrison lands in Rome

West Ham's Ravel Morrison has arrived in Italy ahead of his proposed move to Serie A club Lazio.
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Mourinho fined £25k for 'campaign' claims

The Football Association fine Jose Mourinho £25,000 following his claims that Chelsea are the victim of a "campaign" last month.
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Mainz bring in Castillo

Nicolas Castillo has moved from Club Brugge to Mainz on loan, with the Bundesliga club having an option to buy the striker.
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Villa: Lambert will not be sacked

Despite a barren run of failure on front of goal this season, Aston Villa chief Tom Fox remains firmly in manager Paul Lambert's corner.
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Monk hopeful of adding new faces

Swansea City boss Garry Monk is eager to do more business before the transfer window closes, having already made three signings.
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Sainsbury ready to replace Franjic

Australia's Trent Sainsbury is ready to replace injury doubt Ivan Franjic at right-back for Saturday's Asian Cup final if required.
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Beckenbauer hopeful of Guardiola stay

Pep Guardiola remained guarded on the prospect of extending his Bayern Munich contract this week, but Franz Beckenbauer hopes he will stay.
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Mourinho hits back at Costa critics

Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho has defended striker Diego Costa and again claimed Chelsea are the victims of a "campaign".
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Rodriguez grateful for 'fundamental' Ronaldo support

The firepower behind Real Madrid's surge to the top of La Liga, Cristiano Ronaldo has also been helping the likes of James Rodriguez settle.
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La Liga Preview: Real want revenge against Socieded

Having already suffered at the hands of Real Sociedad this season, La Liga leaders Real Madrid will be wary at the Santiago Bernabeu.
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Newcastle Jets sack three coaches

Newcastle Jets owner Nathan Tinkler has reportedly sacked three members of Phil Stubbins' coaching staff as the crisis at the club appears set to deepen.
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Sainsbury ready for right-back switch

Socceroo defender Trent Sainsbury is confident team-mate Ivan Franjic will be fit for Saturday night’s Asian Cup final but is ready to fill-in at right-back if the Torpedo Moscow man is ruled out.
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Transfer Rumours - Wednesday Jan 28

All the latest football transfer news.
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