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Louis van Gaal plans transfer swoop for Southampton's Nathaniel Clyne

ESPN FC's Tommy Smyth and Alexis Nunes talk Manchester United transfer rumors, namely Southampton's Nathaniel Clyne and whether or not the defender is a realistic target for the Red Devils.
The winter window is now open, and that means the LIVE transfer blog swings back into action. Find out the latest news, gossip and deals here.

TOP STORY: United closing on Clyne but waiting on Laporte?

Having decided one young Southampton full-back isn't quite enough, Louis van Gaal is intent on adding another to his ranks in the shape of Nathaniel Clyne.

Sources told ESPN FC last week that the 23-year-old right-back is a target for Manchester United, and the Daily Star reported an Old Trafford...

Walcott, Ozil and Rosicky stand out in Arsenal win over Brighton in FA Cup

Arsenal celebrate after Mesut Ozil gave the Londoners an early 2-0 lead over Brighton.

BRIGHTON, England -- Three quick thoughts on Arsenal's 3-2 win at Brighton in the FA Cup fourth round on Saturday afternoon.

1. Arsenal on a mission

It didn't fit with the shock patterns of this FA Cup weekend, but Arsenal's 3-2 win over Brighton and Hove Albion does suggest something might be building for their season. Arsene Wenger's side seemed so assured from the outset here after last week's mood-changing 2-0 win over Manchester City, and followed it with what must be one of their smoothest...

 By Ben Jacobs

Leicester have chance to win FA Cup

Leicester City knocked out Tottenham Hotspur with a 2-1 win in the fourth round of the FA Cup.

After dumping out Tottenham in dramatic fashion, there's no reason why Leicester can't win the FA Cup. With Chelsea and Manchester City both victims of giant killings, a cup run should now be a big priority.

Leicester have found some form in 2015, and I think part of the reason is down to the FA Cup victories over Spurs and Newcastle.

I was delighted to see manager Nigel Pearson field his strongest side at White Hart Lane, and even though Spurs will feel aggrieved not to have won the match, Leicester...

 By Chris Wright

Steven Defour shown red card for reacting to horrendous tifo

It was not a happy homecoming for Anderlecht's Steven Defour in his return to Standard Liege.
It was not a happy homecoming for Anderlecht's Steven Defour in his return to Standard Liege.

Whether or not he should have risen above it is a matter of debate, but Anderlecht's Steven Defour was sent off on his return to his former club on Sunday afternoon after reacting angrily to a shocking tifo unveiled in the crowd by Standard Liege fans.

Defour, who spent five years with Standard before leaving for Zenit in the summer of 2011, took understandable offence when the fans of his former side unveiled a large banner with a caption reading "Red or dead."

This came after Defour saw every...

 By Chris Wright

Aston Villa celebrate Fabian Delph's new contract a little too much

Fabian Delph got a fabulous reception for signing his new contract.

With a distinct paucity of things to get excited about at the moment, it's perhaps understandable that Aston Villa kind of lost control on Sunday afternoon after finding themselves sitting on a sliver of good news to pass onto their long-suffering supporters.

It all started with a mysterious "teaser" on Twitter promising BIG PLAYER NEWS later in the day...

 By Chris Rann

Southampton's FA Cup exit may result in January activity

Marouane Chamakh inspired Crystal Palace's progress to the FA Cup fifth round with a 3-2 win over Southampton.

Saturday proved to be a pretty disappointing day all around for Saints, as they crashed out of the FA Cup to a resurgent Crystal Palace side.

With Chelsea, Manchester City and Spurs all going out and Manchester United and Liverpool forced to replays, the fifth-round draw is going to look devoid of FA Cup pedigree, and that would have represented a great opportunity for a club like Southampton to go all the way. Typically, they couldn't take advantage of it.

In fact, they were well beaten and...