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Chelsea still courting Juan Cuadrado, Chicharito could be headed to Serie A

Will Pato end up in the Prem? Is Adebayor moving to PSG? Gab Marcotti responds to the latest transfer rumors.

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: Chelsea might pay Cuadrado release clause

In a transfer window of few genuine sagas, the one deal coming anywhere close to that status is Chelsea's protracted pursuit of Fiorentina winger Juan Cuadrado.

The Colombia international is thought to have a buyout clause of 35 million euros -- a sticking point for the Premier League leaders,...

Bojan Krkic absence overshadows Stoke's preparation for QPR

Stoke play their first game with talisman Bojan this weekend when they host QPR, who have yet to gain a single point on the road this season.

It's been a week that Stoke fans won't forget in a hurry as their side prepare to welcome relegation-threatened Queens Park Rangers to the Britannia. Players and fans alike must brush aside their anguish and disappointment at the loss of Bojan Krkic -- hard though that may be -- to cheer the men in red and white on to their latest victory against a Hoops side who have lost every league away game they have contested this season.

Their fans will be hoping that manager Harry Redknapp spends more time...

Jurgen Klinsmann backheels two balls at the same time

The USA suffered their third straight loss on Wednesday evening, eventually going down 3-2 against Chile in Rancagua despite taking the lead twice through Brek Shea and Jozy Altidore.

There was, however, one brief sliver of positivity, with US coach Jurgen Klinsmann setting sail aboard the showboat 10 minutes into the second half -- putting on a masterful display of touch and technique on the touchline with not one ball, but two.

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Campbell, Podolski & Sanogo exits leave inconsistent Arsenal light up top

ESPN FC's Gab Marcotti discusses Arsenal's defensive cover in Gabriel Paulista. Marcotti feels the centre-back position may now be well covered for Arsene Wenger's side.

Here's an interesting stat -- Arsenal have yet to win three Premier League games in a row. That is something that must change because as it is, such a poor run threatens to undermine their season.

Arsene Wenger's men go into the Aston Villa match on Sunday following wins over Stoke and Manchester City. The latter was an impressive reminder of Wenger's nous and Arsenal's quality but if they really want to kick on, they must find a winning rhythm between now and May.

They've gone close a couple of...

 By Rory Smith

Diego Costa will remain controversial -- and indispensable -- for Chelsea

The ESPN FC TV panel discuss whether Diego Costa's stamping against Liverpool was accidental or on purpose.
The ESPN FC TV panel discuss whether Diego Costa's stamping against Liverpool was accidental or on purpose.
The ESPN FC TV panel discuss whether Diego Costa's stamping against Liverpool was accidental or on purpose.

John Terry has a well-worn technique for getting his message across. You see it whenever the Chelsea captain takes to the pitch, but it always seems to stand out more in the sanitised surrounds of the Champions League than in the hurly-burly of domestic competition.

Terry is one of those central defenders who like to introduce themselves to a striker early on. It does not necessarily take the form of a reducer. He is cleverer, subtler than that -- a shoulder charge, or a collision of chests, something...

Luis Enrique the man with a plan as Barcelona oust Atletico Madrid

Barcelona head coach Luis Enrique was pleased with his side's win over Atletico Madrid in their Copa del Rey quarter-final second leg.

The Barcelona side that made sure of their place in the Spanish Cup semifinals after beating Atletico Madrid 4-2 on aggregate on Wednesday is very different to the one we have become accustomed to. Coach Luis Enrique must take great credit for that.

He has now found a way past Atletico Madrid three times in 17 days and will take great pleasure in reversing the crisis, bizarrely created after the 1-0 defeat at Real Sociedad at the beginning of January.

Luis Enrique has said from the very beginning...