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Man Utd to launch late Mats Hummels bid, Chicharito could go to Serie A

ESPN FC's Janusz Michallik analyses how Juan Cuadrado would fit within Chelsea's starting XI.

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: United to test BVB resolve over Hummels 

With the euro experiencing a recent downturn, it seems Manchester United might attempt to land Borussia Dortmund captain Mats Hummels with a late, late bid.

The Metro has picked up on reports in German newspaper Sport Bild that the Red Devils will try to take advantage of a weak euro and offer...

Bayern Munich return to Bundesliga action in first place

Matthias Sammer, Bayern Munich sporting director, and influential midfielder Xabi Alonso discuss the resumption of the Bundesliga season after the winter break.

The German season is set to resume, which means defending Bundesliga champions and Power Rankings leaders Bayern Munich will return to competitive action.  

1. Bayern Munich (no change)

By now you know the drill: Bayern haven't played but stay top by virtue of no other side having done enough to usurp them. But, wait, the Bundesliga resumes this weekend and, furthermore, the runaway leaders face a tough test away at Wolfsburg. Are Pep Guardiola's side in for a surprise?

2. Real Madrid (no change)


Pep Guardiola navigating Bayern Munich's biggest obstacle: themselves

Matthias Sammer, Bayern Munich sporting director, and influential midfielder Xabi Alonso discuss the resumption of the Bundesliga season after the winter break.

Bayern Munich have long operated under the mantra of "We can only beat ourselves." That unshakable self-belief, demonstrated again recently by Thomas Muller's (slightly too honest) quip about matches in training being harder to win than some Bundesliga fixtures, is one of the reasons why the Bavarians are loved and loathed in equal measure throughout Germany. What sounds like rank arrogance to those predominantly living north of the Danube river and supreme confidence to those in the southern half...

 By Sid Lowe

Atletico Madrid 2-3 Barcelona:
Neymar, Torres, red cards and chaos

The ESPN FC crew react to Barcelona's impressive 3-2 win over Atletico Madrid at the Vicente Calderon.

Dazed and confused, at the final whistle one question got asked repeatedly: What the hell happened? The answer was simple even if the analysis wasn't: pretty much everything happened. Fernando Torres scored after 38 seconds and Neymar scored after eight minutes. There were 11 yellow cards, 5 goals, 2 penalties and 2 reds, not that anyone realised: The first of them whipped out and waved in the players' tunnel at halftime. Jordi Alba was felled by a flag. And Arda Turan threw his boot at the linesman....

The fightback starts here as Borussia Dortmund prepare for Leverkusen

Borussia Dortmund defender Mats Hummels believes a lack of confidence is behind his club's Bundesliga downfall.

Finally, the Bundesliga returns from its winter slumber and Borussia Dortmund have the chance to get out of the relegation zone. For it to happen on the first day back, they must get past a dangerous Bayer Leverkusen, who are no lightweight and currently lie third in the Bundesliga.

Dortmund will have to prove they've done their homework over the winter break and show everyone they are a competitive side again. Coaching staff and the players bemoaned a lack of fitness before the league's midseason...

Mark Payne Manchester Utd  By Mark Payne

Louis van Gaal's Manchester United not the same since Leicester loss

ESPN FC's Craig Burley reckons Manchester United are facing troubled times following their abject 0-0 draw away at League Two Cambridge.

Leicester's Jamie Vardy a lot to answer for. Last September, Angel Di Maria put Manchester United 2-0 ahead with a stunning lob and all looked right with the world.

Fast forward an hour later and Vardy, a thorn in United's side that day but one who has done nothing since, put Leicester 5-3 ahead and Louis van Gaal has not been the same since.

Prior to the Leicester debacle, Van Gaal's new signings Di Maria and Ander Herrera scored in a 4-0 thumping over QPR while Daley Blind and Marcos Rojo impressed...