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Manchester United ready to spend £70 million on Monaco's Bernardo Silva

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

Manchester United will have to pay thiiiiiiiiiiis much to prise Bernardo Silva away from Monaco.

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: Mou ready to splash the cash

Manchester United have spent lavishly since Jose Mourinho arrived, but this summer they are prepared to ramp it up another level with the Sun revealing Monaco star Bernardo Silva is one of their prime targets.

The Portuguese No.10 would cost an enormous £70 million,...

 By Elko Born

Louis van Gaal will want to make up for Man United stint before retirement

Louis van Gaal
Louis van Gaal won't like that his final job did not end the way he would have wanted.

Earlier this week, former Manchester United boss Louis van Gaal said he would not be returning to football. Then, a day later, insisted he was not retiring but only taking a sabbatical to be with his family and that, in fact, he had rejected an offer from Valencia and would consider his future in the summer.

One thing seems certain: Van Gaal's failure to conquer English football with United will make it difficult, if not downright impossible, for him to give up football for good.

It's always been...

 By Chris Wright

Man United legend Gary Neville falls asleep on train with feet on seats

While it's hardly the most compromising of positions, Gary Neville was recently caught attempting to steal 40 winks on the train journey home following a long day of expert punditry.

Comforted by sweet dreams of well-drilled back fours, Neville put his feet up and promptly nodded off during a recent journey.

Unfortunately, somebody at Virgin trains managed...

Klopp's criticism of Mourinho, United inaccurate and completely off-base

English Premier League: Zlatan Ibrahimovic (84') Manchester United 1-1 Liverpool
Jose Mourinho felt his Man United side should've come away with more in an entertaining but fundamentally unsound match.
As Man United's unbeaten streak continues with a draw vs. Liverpool, Paul Mariner thinks they will truly push for top four.
Zlatan Ibrahimovic provided a late equaliser for Man United to snatch a point against Liverpool.

Something strange happened on Sunday afternoon. Not only did Marouane Fellaini come inches away from scoring the all-important equaliser in Manchester United's game against Liverpool, only for the post to deny him, but Jurgen Klopp exposed a side of himself that maybe we haven't seen before.

It's understandable that Klopp will have be frustrated to see his team concede six minutes before the end of the match. On the back of losing to 13th-placed Southampton in the League Cup and drawing 0-0 at...

 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...

 By Michael Cox

Eden Hazard, Roberto Firmino and Christian Eriksen: The PL's key players

Alexis Nunes and Janusz Michallik look at their picks for the key players of the top five teams in the Prem this season.

With four months of the Premier League season remaining, there's everything to play for at both ends of the table: a single point separates the bottom four, and six sides are still in the running for the four Champions League places.

Who will be each side's decisive player between now and May? Here's our pick for every team.

Chelsea: Diego Costa has dominated the headlines for both positive and negative reasons, but Eden Hazard has been absolutely magnificent this season. Few other Premier League...