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The Welsh international has impressed at left-back for the Swans and could become Pochettino's first signing as manager at White Hart Lane

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Tottenham midfielder Lewis Holtby, on loan with Fulham, is hoping the Cottagers beat his parent club in order to avoid relegation

Tottenham v Fulham: Felix Magath hopes Lewis Holtby can be his inside man in bid to take down Spurs and avoid relegation

Magath admits he asked John Heitinga about Everton and has looked to Holtby to give him information on his parent club

Loic Remy and Mathieu Debuchy could return for Newcastle for their Premier League match against Swansea

Newcastle v Swansea: Alan Pardew hopes to welcome back Loic Remy and Mathieu Debuchy from injury to end dreadful run

Newcastle have lost four straight league games having been hit by injuries to their key players

Gus Poyet was pleased with his Sunderland side's 2-2 draw with Manchester City

Manchester City 2 Sunderland 2: Gus Poyet admits his compatriot Luis Suarez will be pleased despite late equaliser

Poyet's side were minutes away from a second league victory over City this season but the draw still helps out Liverpool's Premier League title challenge

Everton manager Roberto Martinez looks on as his side lose 3-2 to Crystal Palace

Everton 2 Crystal Palace 3: Roberto Martinez defiant that Everton still hold the key to their Champions League hopes

Martinez's side suffered a shock defeat at home to leave them a point behind fourth-placed Arsenal with just four games left to play

Vincent Kompany looks on after Liverpool score the winning goal in the 3-2 Premier League fixture

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Brendan Rodgers left Sterling out for two games but brought him back to great effect against Tottenham

Liverpool v Manchester City: Brendan Rodgers prefers Liverpool model to that of City's

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Brendan Rodgers claims he is 'loving' the pressure of Liverpool's title challenge despite lack of experience

Rodgers is making his first realistic attempt to win the Premier League trophy but says he is thriving under the pressure

Transfer news: Santi Cazorla reveals Arsenal want to sign Real Madrid goalkeeper Iker Casillas

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