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Transfer Rater: Tonali to Chelsea

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LIVE Transfer Talk: Liverpool eye move for Napoli striker Lorenzo Insigne

Players from across the league share their thoughts on Usain Bolt's pursuit of a contract with the Central Coast Mariners.

The transfer window for all of Europe's big five leagues is closed, but that doesn't stop Transfer Talk from rummaging around about who will be moving where come January.

TOP STORY: Liverpool eye Napoli striker Insigne

When you've scored six goals already this season in the league, you're going to be noticed. And that's what is happening to Napoli striker Lorenzo Insigne, who Rai Sport claim is attracting the attention of Liverpool.

Insigne, 27, has 116 goals in 360 appearances in Naples,...

Exclusive interview: Paul Scholes takes aim at Mourinho, Pogba and Man United's season of discontent

Following a disappointing run of form for Manchester United, Craig Burley and Ross Dyer discuss whether it's time to give Marcus Rashford a chance in the central role.
Paul Mariner reacts to Wayne Rooney's defence of Jose Mourinho, in which the Man United legend called for player accountability at Old Trafford.
The FC guys and Ian Darke dive into the latest drama surrounding Jose Mourinho and the "manhunt" he believes is happening at Manchester United.

"I say what I believe," explains Paul Scholes over a morning coffee in Manchester a few days after some of his honest and forthright Manchester United comments on television have made headlines. "I don't make anything up and I'm not very good at hiding how I feel.

"If people ask me something I'll give my view, whether it's right or wrong. I'm just a frustrated United fan, a father of a son who goes home and away watching the team. My lad is a proper United fan, a lunatic who wants to go everywhere...

Liverpool's Naby Keita injured during Guinea's AFCON qualifier against Rwanda

KitAid and Friends of Mulanje Orphans have teamed up to distribute Sadio Mane shirts to underprivileged children in Malawi.
Liverpool and Brazil's Fabinho insists he is still trying to settle into life under Jurgen Klopp and that his demands in training and matches are extremely intense.
Liverpool defender Trent Alexander-Arnold believes The Reds can still develop despite being unbeaten in the Premier League.

Liverpool are sweating on the fitness of Naby Keita after the midfielder sustained an apparent injury on international duty with Guinea.

Keita was substituted at half-time in Guinea's African Cup of Nations qualifier with Rwanda on Tuesday.

The severity of the 23-year-old's injury remains unclear at this stage.

Liverpool have had a number of injury concerns over this international period, with Mohamed Salah, Virgil van Dijk and Sadio Mane all withdrawing from their national teams early.

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Liverpool's Sadio Mane breaks hand, becomes latest injury concern for Jurgen Klopp

KitAid and Friends of Mulanje Orphans have teamed up to distribute Sadio Mane shirts to underprivileged children in Malawi.

Sadio Mane has become the latest injury concern for Liverpool after it was confirmed the forward has broken a bone in his hand.

Mane is the third Liverpool player to give Jurgen Klopp an injury concern during this international break, with Mohamed Salah and Virgil van Dijk also withdrawing from national team duty early.

Sources have told ESPN FC that Liverpool believe it is too early to determine whether any of the injured players are doubts for Saturday's trip to Huddersfield Town.

Mane fractured...

Jose Mourinho charged by FA for comments after Man United beat Newcastle

Jon Champion says Jose Mourinho makes himself an easy target for criticism and explains why the Man United boss' antics make him uncomfortable.

Jose Mourinho has been charged by the Football Association for his comments made to television cameras following Manchester United's win over Newcastle on Oct. 6.

United won 3-2 having trailed 2-0, with Alexis Sanchez's injury time winner sparking scenes of jubilation at Old Trafford. Prior to the match, Mourinho was under intense pressure following a report he would lose his job whatever the result against Newcastle.

Mourinho was pictured on camera after the victory as he walked...