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ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Juventus planning audacious Alexis Sanchez-Miralem Pjanic swap

Gab Marcotti argues that while it might look good on paper, an Alexis Sanchez and Miralem Pjanic swap is wishful thinking.

The winter transfer window is now in full swing! As usual, Transfer Talk has its finger on the pulse when it comes to which rumours are picking up steam. Check out all the latest deals here.

TOP STORY: Juventus dream of Sanchez-Pjanic swap

One of this window's more outlandish rumours has surfaced in Italy.

Arsenal's Alexis Sanchez is reportedly the subject of an audacious swap proposal from Juventus, with Tuttosport saying Miralem Pjanic will be offered as the player to go in the opposite...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Arsenal swapping Miralem Pjanic for Alexis Sanchez makes no sense

Gab Marcotti argues that while it might look good on paper, an Alexis Sanchez and Miralem Pjanic swap is wishful thinking.

Arsenal are reported to be ready to do a swap deal that would bring Miralem Pjanic to the Emirates, with Alexis Sanchez heading to Juventus in return.

Sanchez may not have signed a new contract yet, but it would be quick a shock if the Gunners were to let one of their stars leave, even in a swap deal. We asked our four Arsenal experts for their thoughts on the transfer and, unsurprisingly, they all think the same.

Mattias Karen

Pjanic is a great player who would fit in well at Arsenal, but he would...

 By David Amoyal

Rumours rated: Diego Costa to China? Memphis Depay to leave Man United?

Janusz Michallik delves into the latest January transfer rumours, featuring Sami Khedira's potential move to NYCFC.

How do you separate transfer fact from fiction? With the January transfer window now open, David Amoyal looks at some of the current rumours and predicts how likely it is that the proposed moves actually happen.

Diego Costa to Tianjin Quanjian in January: 15 percent

After signing Axel Witsel, the Chinese club has set their sights on the Chelsea striker. But unlike his former teammate Oscar, Diego Costa is an integral player in Conte's system, and his departure would have a significant impact...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Trending: Diego Costa back training with Chelsea first team

Ian Darke thinks it's probable that Chelsea will relieve tensions with Diego Costa and continue unscathed.
Alison Bender and Gab Marcotti discuss whether moving to the Chinese Super League would be the right move for Diego Costa.
Paul Mariner assesses Diego Costa's souring situation at Chelsea and how the club will move forward.

Here are the latest stories for Tuesday.

CHELSEA: Chelsea striker Diego Costa has rejoined training with the rest of the first-team squad, according to reports.

JUVENTUS: Italian champions Juventus revealed a new club crest Monday night, doing away with their famous symbol of a charging bull.

- Sami Khedira has said Juventus need to stop living in the past and must forget about Paul Pogba.

NETHERLANDS: Louis van Gaal is planning on retiring from coaching for family reasons,...

 By Chris Wright

New minimalist Juventus logo sparks Twitter backlash from fans

As you may be aware, Juventus have proudly ditched the classic club crest that has served them well for the past 46 years in favour of a new, streamlined "logo."

The Bianconeri launched the new design at a ceremony in Milan on Monday night, with club president Andrea Agnelli heralding the logo as a "symbol of the Juventus way of living."

As you might expect, the general reaction has not been particularly favourable, with fans queuing up on social media to lambaste the minimalist 'J' badge.

There...

 By Mina Rzouki

Barzagli, Bonucci, Chiellini caught out by physical Fiorentina side

Serie A leaders Juventus could not recover from a 2-0 deficit as Fiorentina came away with the home win.

Suffering yet another away defeat, Juventus were beaten 2-1 on Sunday by a mentally, physically and tactically superior Fiorentina side.

They have been dubbed inconsistent, even mentally fragile, but at home Fiorentina are a different outfit altogether.

Well prepared and well rehearsed, they played much like Juve did in the first half of the reverse fixture. Keen to win the battles, they commanded possession, pressed high up the pitch and played at a high tempo to overwhelm the opponent who looked...