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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,...

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...

 By Chris Wright

Frank Lampard in the moon? One City fan's big bet vs. Chelsea

One moonstruck Manchester City fan has lumped a not-inconsiderable amount of money on Frank Lampard to score against former club Chelsea on Saturday after apparently witnessing an omen in the night sky above London.

Kieran O'Brien has bet on Lampard -- who equalised for City in the 1-1 draw between the two teams earlier this season -- to score first this time around when the two title rivals face off at Stamford Bridge on Saturday evening. The reason? He reckons he's seen Lampard's face in the moon.

 By Steven Kelly

Liverpool need a reaction against West Ham after Chelsea disappointment

The panel discuss whether or not Balotelli's time at Liverpool is nearing an end after a bad start to the season.

West Ham's visits to Anfield rarely fill any Liverpool supporter with anything more than mild mirth and even sympathy at times. That, however, could be about to change on Saturday if Brendan Rodgers' men do not rediscover their winning touch quickly.

West Ham's record at Anfield is absolutely wretched -- the last time the visitors won there came in 1963 -- although during that time the east Londoners have dropped down from the top flight in England.

For one of England's finest clubs it's been a...

Chelsea to hold off Manchester City and win crucial Premier League clash

ESPN FC's experts discuss the implication of Diego Costa's potential suspension for Chelsea's crucial clash with Manchester City.

Chelsea can hold off Manchester City

When Chelsea were taken into extra-time by Liverpool in the Capital One Cup on Tuesday night, the commentators made a big deal about how Manchester City would be enjoying seeing their weekend rivals go an extra half an hour.

Maybe they did, but it won't have made any more confident about going to Stamford Bridge, as they do on Saturday. Three full days to recover is more than enough for a side as strong as Chelsea and though Liverpool pushed them hard, Jose Mourinho...

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Capital One Cup balancing act for Spurs and Chelsea, but success is key

Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho expresses his displeasure with a particular Sky analyst and defends his star striker Diego Costa.

If last weekend's incredible upsets suggested that reports of the death of the magic of the FA Cup had been greatly exaggerated, midweek saw the League Cup reassert itself with two thrilling semifinals. This week has reminded of the drama that the death-or-glory nature of cup competitions can bring.

Chelsea and Liverpool slugged out their encounter but there were plenty of subplots to keep the attention as Jose Mourinho's men advanced. Diego Costa's stamps (one of which was subject to an FA charge),...