Sport New Crystal Palace manager Alan Pardew

Palace were relegation candidates when Pardew took over and Newcastle have plummeted to the bottom of the form table since he left

Papiss Cisse celebraes after scoring Newcastle's second against Chelsea

Newcastle transfer news: Signings are unlikely despite freefall in the Premier League

Papiss Cissé is in a race to play after leaving the African Cup of Nations

Premier League weekend predictions: Will Chelsea widen the gap at the top with victory against Manchester City?

Simon Rice and James Orr preview this weekend's fixtures

Paul Pogba, Gabriel Paulista, Douglas Costa and Andre Schurrle

Transfer news LIVE: Gabriel Paulista to join Arsenal, Douglas Costa wants Chelsea move, Paul Pogba could leave Juventus

Follow the latest transfer news and rumours as they happen

Newcastle caretaker manager John Carver (right) reacts

John Carver: Newcastle confirm Carver will remain in charge of the Magpies until the end of the season

Carver was named caretaker manager when Alan Pardew left to join Crystal Palace and will oversee matters until at least the summer

Gabriel Paulista, Danny Ings, Karim Benzema and Raheem Sterling

Transfer news and rumours LIVE: Gabriel Paulista to Arsenal, Chelsea target Raheem Sterling, Manchester United want Benzema

Follow the latest transfer news and rumours throughout the day

Raheem Sterling scores against Chelsea last week
Sergio Ramos, Douglas, Aleksandar Dragovic and Papiss Cisse

Transfer news and rumours LIVE: Chelsea make £16m bid for Douglas Costa, Fabian Delph to join Liverpool or Spurs, Sergio Ramos latest

Follow the latest transfer news and rumours as the January transfer window continues towards the 2 February deadline

Papiss Cisse celebraes after scoring Newcastle's second against Chelsea

Newcastle United transfer news: Papiss Cissé could net £22.5m in Shanghai surprise

EXCLUSIVE: Striker has been offered to join Sven-Goran Eriksson in China

Norberto Neto, Mohamed Salah, Gabriel Paulista and David De Gea
Paul Pogba, Juan Cuadrado, Mohamed Salah and James Milner

Transfer news and rumours LIVE: Chelsea target Juan Cuadrado, Valencia want James Milner, Arsenal and Manchester United latest

Follow the latest transfer news and rumours as they happen throughout the day

Juan Cuadrado, Mohamed Salah, Paul Pogba and James Milner

Arsenal will be shown less than West Brom on live TV in March, as Sky Sports and BT Sport announce Premier League fixtures

Sky Sports will screen eight live matches in March and BT Sport five

Transfer news and rumours - LIVE: Arsenal sign Bielik; United 'bid £61m' for Pogba; Chelsea hopeful on securing deal for Juan Cuadrado

Follow the latest news and developments in the January transfer window with just under two weeks left before the 2 February deadline

Transfer Talk: Chelsea will only pay £20.6m for Cuadrado, Marquinhos will cost Manchester United £112m; Xavi wants Cazorla at Barcelona

A look at all the latest transfer rumours and gossip on Wednesday, 21 January

Transfer news and rumours - LIVE: Tottenham pair Naughton and Carroll set for exit; Hummels staying at Dortmund; De Gea given £50m price-tag

Follow the latest news and developments in the January transfer window with just under two weeks left before the 2 February deadline

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