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LIVE Transfer Talk: Chelsea looking for a slam Dunk

It's go time, as the January transfer window is open. Find out when it closes across Europe, view the latest transfers as they happen, and keep up to date with the newest gossip below.

TOP STORY: Chelsea looking for a slam Dunk

Could Brighton's Lewis Dunk be about to become the second most expensive English centre-back behind Harry Maguire?

The Times reports that Chelsea are very interested in signing the 28-year-old and are ready to meet the club's £50 million valuation.

Dunk...

Australia and Brighton GK Mat Ryan donating $500 for every Prem save to bushfires emergency fund

Mat Ryan, left, will donate the funds he raises to the WIRES Australian Wildlife Rescue Organisation emergency fund.

Socceroo Mat Ryan will donate 500 Australian dollars (about $343) to a bushfires emergency fund for every registered save by an English Premier League goalkeeper this weekend.

The Australian international goalkeeper, who will be in action for Brighton against Everton at Goodison Park on Saturday, will donate the funds he raises to the WIRES Australian Wildlife Rescue Organisation emergency fund.

There will be a full round of Premier League fixtures this weekend, meaning 20 goalkeepers will be in...

Brighton vs. Chelsea: three arrests for racist, homophobic abuse

Brighton manager Graham Potter discusses the fan arrests during his side's clash with Chelsea.
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Three fans were arrested for racist and anti-gay abuse during Brighton's 1-1 draw against Chelsea at the Amex Stadium on New Year's Day.

A statement published on Brighton's website said that two home supporters were ejected, "one for racist abuse of Chelsea players and one for homophobic abuse aimed at Chelsea supporters."

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It added that "one visiting supporter...