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Joel Campbell, Kevin Mirallas, Nicolas Otamendi and Gabriel Paulista

Transfer news and rumours LIVE: Arsenal chase Gabriel Paulista and Nicolas Otamendi; Spurs want Kevin Mirallas; Liverpool won't recall Origi

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

Gareth Bale of Real Madrid

Transfer news and rumours - LIVE: Arsenal, Manchester United, Chelsea and Liverpool latest, including Gareth Bale talk

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Swansea 0 Chelsea 5: Jose Mourinho hails 'perfect' Blues

Swansea swept aside by brilliant Blues

Swansea vs Chelsea match report: Brilliant Blues blow Swans away as Diego Costa and Oscar score two each in five-star performance

Swansea 0 Chelsea 5: Mourinho gives referees a rest from his tongue-lashings as he hails his ‘perfect’ side, who smash five as a Bony-less Swansea shoot themselves in the foot

Swansea vs Chelsea team news: Petr Cech keeps Thibaut Courtois on the bench

Gary Cahill returns to starting XI and Felipe Luis also starts

Newcastle v Southampton live

Newcastle vs Sunderland LIVE: Latest score and Premier League updates as Chelsea beat Swansea and Manchester United see off QPR

Follow all the goals and action with Aston Villa vs Liverpool; Burnley vs Crystal Palace; Leicester vs Stoke; QPR vs Manchester United; Swansea vs Chelsea; Spurs vs Sunderland and the late game between Newcastle and Southampton

Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho reacts on the touchline

Swansea City vs Chelsea: 'Chelsea face FA double standards,' says Jose Mourinho

'In relation to me and my club there are different standards,' he said

Yaya Toure will not be going anywhere, says Manuel Pellegrini

Manuel Pellegrini says Yaya Toure is '100% committed' to Manchester City

But the manager also revealed Samir Nasri will be out for a month

Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho

Swansea vs Chelsea: Premier League match preview

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Jose Mourinho (left) and Phil Dowd

Jose Mourinho refuses to confirm if he accused Phil Dowd of being 'too fat to referee' as subject of a 'campaign against Chelsea returns

Mourinho's no-show last weekend was due to the Chelsea manager not being able to moderate his words following his FA misconduct charge

Transfer news and rumours LIVE: Defoe joins Sunderland, Falcao must prove himself at Manchester United, Arsenal agree Bielik fee

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Wilfried Bony to Manchester City: Striker joins for reported £28m from Swansea

Bony said it was a 'great feeling' to be joining the club.

Wilfried Bony: Swansea striker pictured holding Manchester City shirt despite club telling fans deal was not yet official

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