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Manchester City and Manchester United to move for Real Madrid's Pepe

ESPN FC's Gab Marcotti delves deeper into the latest transfer rumours, including Andre Schurrle's potential move back to Germany and Mattia Destro's loan move to AC Milan.

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: City may pip United to Pepe

With Real Madrid defensive trio Sergio Ramos, Raphael Varane and Pepe all facing relatively uncertain futures, the Daily Express has picked up on reports in Spain that the 31-year-old Portuguese centre-back is a target for both Manchester City and Manchester United.

Premier League champions City are reportedly...

United are a work in progress, and Wayne Rooney in midfield is wrong

MANCHESTER, England -- Three thoughts on Manchester United's 3-1 win over Leicester to move up to third in the Premier League.

1. Odd and unconventional, but United winning again

They rarely look comfortable, they are certainly not orthodox, but Manchester United have a habit of winning games regardless. With a formation that defied numerical description and with several players out of position, Louis van Gaal's team comfortably defeated Leicester City at Old Trafford.

Demons were exorcised here....

John Carver up and running as Newcastle ramp up pressure on Hull

Remy Cabella scored in an impressive performance as Newcastle won 3-0 away at Hull City.

Newcastle beat Hull City 3-0 at the KC Stadium on Saturday afternoon, claiming their first win of the John Carver era with a very solid performance.

In the weeks since Alan Pardew left it has been regularly written and said that Newcastle fans are desperate for a Geordie manager to replace the outgoing Londoner. When the rumour mill was in overdrive about who would be the next boss, Steve Bruce's name was mentioned as an appointment that would satisfy the fans. There was no mention of his relevant...

 By Chris Rann

Champions League dream still on for Ronald Koeman's stylish Southampton

Ronald Koeman is wary of the threat posed by Swansea ahead of his Southampton side's clash against Garry Monk's men.

After the disappointment of an FA Cup exit at the hands of Crystal Palace, a record Premier League finish, European qualification and perhaps even Champions League remain very much in Ronald Koeman and Southampton's sights.

A home clash against a Swansea City team without both Wilfried Bony and Gylfi Sigurdsson looks to be the ideal tonic to last week's woes. It's time to get the season back on track. That isn't to say it will be easy though and Saints themselves will be without several key players.

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Brave Australia grab maiden Asian Cup triumph against battling South Korea

Tim Cahill's Australia won their first ever AFC Asian Cup with a dramatic 2-1 victory over two-time champions South Korea.

Australia picked up their first major international trophy as they defeated South Korea 2-1 in extra time in the 2015 Asian Cup final in Sydney.

In an exciting match of countless talking points, here are three observations:

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1. Glory to the brave

It was, without question, the least Socceroos-like performance of the Asian Cup. But they won't care.

Australia did not put in the type of performance coach Ange Postecoglou would have wanted in the decider, arguably being dominated for the first time...

 By Mike Wise

Milligan comes out tops for Australia in final against gutsy South Koreans

Midfielder Massimo Luongo scored Australia's first goal in their 2-1 extra time victory over South Korea in the Asian Cup final held in Sydney.

The securing of Australia's first major men's football trophy -- the 2015 AFC Asian Cup -- came after a classic team performance against a determined South Korea side as they won 2-1 in the final thanks to James Troisi's extra time strike.

For a change, it wasn't Tim Cahill who carried the Socceroos' on his shoulders as Ange Postecoglou's young side dug deep to taste glory before 76,385 fans at Stadium Australia in Sydney.

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