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LIVE: Clyne on Man United's radar

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Rewind: When Cantona attacked a fan

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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...

 By Andy Mitten

The night Eric Cantona went into the crowd at Selhurst Park

The ESPN FC crew revisit Eric Cantona's kung-fu kick against a Crystal Palace fan from over 20 years ago, where Cantona was suspended nine months from Manchester United.

Twenty years ago, a Premier League game between Crystal Palace and Manchester United was the setting for one of the most infamous incidents in football history. Andy Mitten was present on the night Eric Cantona went into the crowd.

Ask a Manchester United fan to recall his or her most vivid memories of Selhurst Park, and once you've explained they should involve a United game and not Luis Suarez crying, you'll get a few standout moments.

One is David Beckham's goal from the halfway line against Wimbledon...

Club America didn't look like defending champions in draw with Puebla

Club America could not find a way to break Puebla down in a goalless draw.

After a scoreless draw against Puebla, the good news for Club America is brief: The club didn't lose, and goalkeeper Moises Munoz kept a clean sheet. Otherwise, it was a disastrous outcome for the defending champions.

Puebla are in dire relegation danger, while Club America have won more titles than any other team in Liga MX history.

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That apparent mismatch wasn't too evident on the field, however. Sure, the Aguilas squad dominated possession and controlled the ball more than 60 percent of the...

 By Jim Daly

Zaha, Chamakh impress as Palace's astonishing hot streak continues

Marouane Chamakh, right, helped himself to a brace while Wilfried Zaha, left, had a hand in all three goals as Palace ran out 3-2 winners over the Saints.

There's a good chance we might have entered a parallel universe at the start of 2015. A universe where Palace win games, playing attacking, exciting football and are sixth favourites to win the FA Cup. If anyone had suggested such nonsense back in December when the Eagles were struggling to impress under Neil Warnock all that would have seemed like some sort of Hollywood sports epic, and yet here we are, three weeks into January, with Palace one of the form teams in England.

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Alan Pardew now has...

Griezmann stars as Atletico Madrid keep up with Spain's big two

Following Atletico Madrid's convincing win over Rayo Vallecano, Los Colchoneros remain just three points behind Barcelona in the league table.

Having seen league leaders Real Madrid narrowly claim a win and Barcelona cruise to victory, Atletico Madrid did what was required to remain in the title hunt and won 3-1 versus a spirited, if limited, Rayo Vallecano.

Despite the fact that their Madrid neighbours, with two straight road wins entering the game, are one of the league's in-form away teams, two early strikes from Antoine Griezmann, who was outstanding all evening, effectively killed the game as a contest before it began.

Rayo did rally,...

 By David Mooney

Manchester City can have no excuses for their limp FA Cup exit

Man City boss Manuel Pellegrini insists his side's loss to Middlesbrough wasn't due to the trip to Abu Dhabi.

There's something about Middlesbrough that will send a chill down the spine of many a Manchester City fan.

Whether it was their surprising 3-0 win over Arsenal in 2001 that pretty much put the death knell on City's Premier League survival chances, or their 1-0 win at Eastlands -- achieved without having a shot on target -- in 2003, or them pipping City to a UEFA Cup place in 2005, or the 8-1 drubbing they inflicted in 2008, there's just something about them and the trend continued with their 2-0...