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Premier League rumour mill: All the latest gossip.

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Arsenal

Lukas Podolski has hinted he may leave Arsenal after growing frustrated with a lack of first-team opportunities.

The German  has not started a Premier League game this term, playing just 37 minutes of action.

He hit the winner against Anderlecht last night and Wenger insists he will not be leaving.

Chelsea

Stuttgart defender Antonio Rudiger has put a spanner in the works of a move to Chelsea by admitting he is an Arsenal fan. The highly-rated 21-year-old is a target for Jose Mourinho as he looks to build a defence for the future at Stamford Bridge.

Newcastle United

Newcastle United board members have stated that there can be “no guarantee” that they will sign a striker in the January transfer window.

United told fan forum members  that the club are looking at possible signings ahead of the next window  but re-iterated that they’d signed nine players in the summer window.

Liverpool

Liverpool have joined the chase for Porto teenage midfielder Ruben Neves.

Portugal Under-21 starlet Neves, 17, has been watched three times by  the Reds  this season.

Manchester United/Manchester City

A dad is auctioning his baby son’s future football allegiance on eBay – and the winning bidder gets to choose whether he supports City or United.

Ian Charters, 30, has vowed to buy his son Eddie a football top and curtains in the winning team’s colours, take him to matches and do ‘the best I can to make sure he doesn’t end up supporting the other team’.

Man City

talkSPORT say that Manchester City want Arsenal’s record signing Mesut Ozil to replace unsettled Yaya Toure.

Everton

Toffees manager glad to see star midfielder Ross Barkley at prospect of Blues Euro debut

Roberto Martinez: “I think one of the benefits of getting into the Europa League was for the young players to get that European experience. It is important for them to face different teams that require new tactical problems. Straight away it develops your understanding and awareness.”

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