WHO Poll
Q: 2020/2021 Where will we finish up this season?
a. Top Four, Champions League here we come
8%
  
b. 5th-7th Europa League is well within our grasp
8%
  
c. 8th to 14th anywhere in mid table is about right
32%
  
d. We're in a dog fight before a ball has been kicked and we'll do well to finish 17th or just above
26%
  
e. GSB have derailed our season before a ball has been kicked, the Championship beckons
27%
  



Alan 1:52 Tue Feb 2
Tuesday newspapers
BBC

Bayern Munich chief executive Karl-Heinz Rummenigge says Liverpool and Chelsea are the two Premier League teams vying with his side for the summer signing of RB Leipzig's France defender Dayot Upamecano, 22. (Mirror)

Liverpool had a 23m euros (£20m) bid for Croatia centre-back Duje Caleta-Car, 24, rejected by Marseille. (RMC Sport, via Team Talk)

Liverpool missed out on the transfer of Lyon centre-back Marcelo after the French club's own injury problems made them decide against allowing the Brazilian, 33, to leave. (Sun)

Liverpool rejected a late attempt from Southampton to take Wales defender Neco Williams, 19, on loan. (Sky Sports, via 90 Min)

Manchester City were not interested in signing Spain international Diego Costa as a free agent despite rumours linking the 32-year-old ex-Chelsea striker to the club. (Mail)

Manchester City have joined the race to sign Inter Milan's Moroccan international defender Achraf Hakimi with the £35m-rated 22-year-old already wanted by Arsenal and Chelsea. (Calciomercato - in Italian)

Aston Villa and Chelsea have not yet held talks over a permanent deal for English midfielder Ross Barkley, 27, at the Midlands club with all parties happy to assess the situation at the end of the season. (Birmingham Mail)

Real Madrid boss Zinedine Zidane must win the Champions League to be certain of retaining his job. (AS)

Scotland midfielder Billy Gilmour, 19, will remain part of Thomas Tuchel's Chelsea squad for the second half of the season after impressing the new boss in training. (London Evening Standard)

Manchester United did not consider signing Roma's Bosnia-Herzegovina international Edin Dzeko, the 34-year-old ex-Manchester City striker, during the January transfer window, despite suggestions from Italian media outlets. (Express)

Manchester United dismissed interest from Southampton, Newcastle and West Ham who all wanted to take Brandon Williams on loan, opting to keep the 20-year-old English defender at Old Trafford. (Sun)

Manchester City's increased confidence in their central defensive options prompted a change of heart in allowing English defender Taylor Harwood-Bellis, 19, to join Blackburn on loan. (Manchester Evening News)

AFC Wimbledon are considering making Emma Hayes - boss of Women's Super League leaders Chelsea - the first female manager of a professional men's team in English football. (Express)

Steve Bruce has told Matt Ritchie to knuckle down again for Newcastle after the 31-year-old Scotland winger's deadline day move to Bournemouth collapsed. (Newcastle Chronicle)

Bruce has also warned the Longstaff brothers Sean, 23, and Matty, 20, who were both linked with possible loan moves on deadline day, that the English midfield pair will have to be patient as they look to kick-start their Newcastle careers. (Northern Echo)

Aston Villa's 17-year-old English midfielder Carney Chukwuemeka is being monitored by Manchester United and Liverpool. (Times, via Birmingham Mail)

Football's governing bodies are preparing to make England the first country to formally limit heading in professional training as part of a wide-ranging strategy to tackle the national game's dementia crisis. (Telegraph - subscription required)



















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