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Failed bids in the summer has left David Moyes with a below-par squad according to the Australian

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The Inter Milan midfielder may be allowed to leave this month with his contract due to expire at the end of the season

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The holder of the Ballon d'Or has been out for nearly two months

Toni Sanabria's agent has claimed that a move to Arsenal could materialise next week

Transfer news: Arsenal set to sign promising Barcelona youngster Toni Sanabria in Cesc Fabregas-style swoop

The 17-year-old's agent has claimed that 'advanced talks' have taken place with the Gunners and a move could be completed as early as next week

David Seaman

Patrick Vieira put Thierry Henry and Dennis Bergkamp up front in 'greatest' Arsenal team - but there's no room for Cesc Fabregas and Marc Overmars

The former Arsenal captain was asked to name an XI based on those he played with

Fabregas and Wilshere pictured together in 2011

Jack Wilshere: Of all the Arsenal departures, Cesc Fabregas was the hardest to take

Wilshere pinpoints the Spanish midfielder among an array of talent that has left the Emirates during his time, including Robin van Persie and Samir Nasri

Both Barcelona and Lionel Messi's management have rubbished claims of a dispute over his recovery from injury

Lionel Messi injury latest: Barcelona forward refuses to rush return

The Argentina international is expected to be out until 2014

Barcelona forward Lionel Messi has been urged by team-mate Cesc Fabregas not to rush his return from injury

Lionel Messi injury: Barcelona forward ruled out until 2014 with hamstring tear as team-mate Cesc Fabregas urges him not to rush back before he is fully fit

Messi limped out the action after 22 minutes as his goalless La Liga run stretched to five appearances and he now faces a six-to-eight week spell on the sidelines

Cesc Fabregas (right) said Barcelona were 'in a mess' last season

Cesc Fabregas: Barça will not run out of gas this season

Gerardo Martino’s policy of rotating the Barcelona squad will help prevent the team suffering a similar slump to the one that wrecked last season’s Champions League campaign, midfielder Cesc Fabregas has claimed.

Marouane Fellaini will be ruled out for two weeks rather than the two months first feared by Manchester United

Manchester United given boost after Marouane Fellaini injury not as bad as first feared

Midfielder is expected to miss just two weeks as opposed to the two months United feared once he has surgery on damaged wrist ligaments

Scott Brown receives his marching orders

Celtic 0 Barcelona 1 match report: Cesc Fabregas breaks resistance after Scott Brown sees red for kick on Neymar

The Spanish side could, and perhaps should, have won by a bigger margin

Lionel Messi celebrates alongside Cesc Fabregas after scoring for Barcelona against Almeria on the weekend

Champions League: Lionel Messi absence no excuse for repeat of famous defeat, says Gerardo Martino

The Catalans boss insists his squad can play without 'the best player in the world' and admits there will be no excuse if they fail to come away from Celtic Park with the three points

Arsène Wenger hopes to sign a new contract with Arsenal this season

Arsène Wenger: This is Arsenal's best title chance in years

Arsène Wenger believes his Arsenal team have the best opportunity to  win the Premier League for nine years.

Marouane Fellaini came on to face Palace's 10 men

Marouane Fellaini thanks his team-mates for helping him adjust to life at Manchester United

The £27.5m midfielder also says if Cristiano Ronaldo doesn't want to return to United then it is 'too bad for him'

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