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Jose Mourinho closing in on Man United job; Chelsea back in for Stones

The ESPN FC crew discuss the reports that Manchester United has made contact with Jose Mourinho and look at LVG's reaction.

The winter window might have shut, but the rumour mill rolls on! As always, Transfer Talk has its finger on the pulse when it comes to the latest rumours and gossip. See the latest deals here.

TOP STORY: Mou to United gathers momentum

Multiple reports in England are confirming what ESPN FC reported last week -- that Jose Mourinho is very confident he will be the next manager at Manchester United.

The former Chelsea boss has allegedly confided to his close friends that him taking over Manchester...

Mauricio Pochettino should ignore Man United rumours and stay at Tottenham

Mauricio Pochettino admits his side are in a good position in the Premier League and insists he believes his players can fight for the title.

There is so much to admire about Mauricio Pochettino's work at Tottenham, it's difficult to know where to begin.

Take Saturday's 1-0 battering of Watford. Afterwards, a seasoned member of the press was asked by another for his man of the match. He chose Kieran Trippier, which was derided as a "safe pick" (Trippier scored) by an advocate of Christian Eriksen. Someone else chose Mousa Dembele; Ben Davies and Eric Dier were also suggested.

Tricky, because Pochettino has created a Spurs team that...

 By Musa Okwonga

Manchester United's hand to be forced by the changing market?

ESPN FC's Steve Nicol doesn't lay all of Man United's problems at the door of exec. vice-chairman Ed Woodward.

Over the last decade, Manchester United have increasingly shown themselves to be more motivated by profit than with the quality of what the team is producing on the field. Yet two recent events may soon demonstrate that the link between success on and off the field is unavoidable.

The first was the transfer of Brazilian playmaker Alex Teixeira from Ukraine's Shakhtar Donetsk to Jiangsu Suning of China. The second was the news that the club's share price has fallen to its lowest level in three years...

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What's trending: Busquets for Man City? Fans plan mass walkout

Chelsea interim manager Guus Hiddink comments on an injury to Kurt Zouma that forced him to be stretchered off the field.
Paul Mariner thinks the fan protest against Anfield ticket prices may have influenced Liverpool's late collapse against Sunderland.

Here are the top stories from Monday:

BARCELONA: Barcelona star Sergio Busquets has told ESPN Deportes that he could be tempted to leave the club by incoming Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola.

- Lionel Messi has not been ruled out of Wednesday's Copa del Rey trip to Valencia by Barcelona coach Luis Enrique but the Blaugrana superstar looks likely to be rested after undergoing a procedure to treat kidney stones.

PREMIER LEAGUE: Fans' groups of multiple Premier League teams will meet to...

 By Andy Mitten

Manchester United improve but still face a battle to finish fourth

Diego Costa's stoppage-time goal negated a second-half strike from Jesse Lingard as Chelsea and Man United played to a 1-1 draw.
ESPN FC's Steve Nicol says considering the mistakes Man United and Chelsea made in the match, neither team deserved a win.

A month before Nemanja Vidic's retirement was made public and before he'd been heartened by 5,500 Manchester United fans were singing his name, I spoke to the Serbian defender in Milan.

Among other topics, the subject of Chelsea came up. Vidic played more games -- 17 -- against the Stamford Bridge side in his eight years at United than any other club. The frequent meetings reflected the dominance of both clubs.

"Chelsea were the team who pushed us and we pushed them," Vidic said. "We drove each other...

 By Tony Evans

Manchester United's sense of pride suffering under Louis van Gaal

ESPN FC's Steve Nicol says considering the mistakes Man United and Chelsea made in the match, neither team deserved a win.

They are big on dignity at Old Trafford. Manchester United like to project it. This club has real status as one of the game's most venerable institutions. Now they are in chaos. Louis van Gaal brings many things to the table. Dignity is not one of them.

When Sir Alex Ferguson retired unexpectedly three years ago, United made it clear that Jose Mourinho would not replace him. The Portuguese craved the job but the distinct impression was that club insiders at Old Trafford thought him vulgar and troublesome....