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ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

David de Gea issues Manchester United a buyout clause ultimatum

As the 2015 January transfer promises to provide a few more meaningful transfers, take a look back at the best transfers of last year's winter transfer window, including Arsenal bust Kim Kallstrom.

The winter window is still open, and that means the LIVE transfer blog swings back into action. Find out the latest news, gossip and deals here.

TOP STORY: De Gea to insist on buyout clause?

Those pesky rumours surrounding David De Gea just won't go away ... the Mirror reported that while the Spanish goalkeeper might sign a new Manchester United contract, his advisors are apparently insisting upon a buyout release clause being inserted into any deal offered up by Old Trafford.

With United set to...

Mark Payne Manchester Utd  By Mark Payne

Daley Blind starred for United but Louis van Gaal still looking for a spark

Louis van Gaal was impressed by his Manchester United side's display in their win over Leicester.

January was not a complete disaster for Manchester United. As the new month begins, they sit third in the Premier League table and are still in the FA Cup.

Those are the cold facts but beneath them the blood is not pumping with the vigour that is required. Three home points against Leicester City, the team at the foot of the table, is nothing to get too excited about. There is still work to do.

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In scoring three times against Leicester City, United equalled their goals tally for the previous three...

Sunderland surge up the table for now but work still to do for Gus Poyet

Sunderland boss Gus Poyet hailed Burnley's display despite seeing his Black Cats side beat them 2-0 at the Stadium of Light.

Sunderland managed a 2-0 win over Burnley, earn the applause of the crowd and avoid yet another "last place" on Match of the Day, the Saturday night football highlights show. That meant a cause for some satisfaction on Wearside.

After last week's awful performance against Fulham in the FA Cup, Sunderland head coach Gus Poyet changed the formation yet again. From 3-2-5 against the west Londoners, the formation went to a fluid 4-3-3 against the east Lancastrians and it worked.

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Full backs Anthony...

 By Peter Thorne

West Ham with that familiar sinking feeling after loss at Liverpool

West Ham boss Sam Allardyce was disappointed with the Hammers' 2-0 loss to Liverpool and also delved deeper into his side missing out on signing Manchester United's Darren Fletcher.

West Ham slumped to their perennial defeat against Liverpool at Anfield, going down 2-0 to a rampant home side on Saturday.

There was never any period when the Hammers looked likely to break their 50-year duck away at Liverpool and Sam Allardyce's men could have no complaints at the result. West Ham rarely threatened and only a bit of obdurate defending kept the score down to an acceptable level.

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Hammers fans, whatever their age, are unlikely to be shocked at the loss to a team that now rise above...

 By Chris Wright

DR Congo keeper Robert Kidiaba breaks out trademark shuffle

Despite finding themselves two goals down with less than half an hour left to play, the Democratic Republic of Congo rallied and roared back with a 25-minute goal flurry to beat Congo in their African Nations Cup quarterfinal on Saturday evening.

DR Congo striker Dieumerci Mbokani got the comeback started in the 65th minute, with Jeremy Bokila snaffling an equaliser ten minute later.

After a tense interim, Joel Kimwaki finally headed the Leopards into a 3-2 lead with just eight minutes of normal...

Gustavo Matosas' Club America win but still lack the desired finesse

New recruit Dario Benedetto scored his first goal for Club America.

After Club America emerged victorious against Tigres 1-0 in a rematch of last season's Liga MX final, all seemed well and good with the club. The team bounced back after two winless weeks. New striker Dario Benedetto got off the mark for the squad with a fine goal, on which he was assisted by another new acquisition, Darwin Quintero.

Still, the memories of Club America fans aren't so short that they didn't remember the recent championship match was a dominating, 3-0 performance by a club so often...