David Moyes shows his frustration on another difficult night for the United manager

Chelsea v Manchester United: United are still the greatest, says Moyes

Moyes believes his side remain the biggest club in the world despite sitting in seventh, 14 points off leaders Arsenal

Belgium midfielder Kevin De Bruyne has secured a transfer to Wolfsburg

Transfer news: Chelsea flop Kevin De Bruyne completes move to Wolfsburg as Blues secure a considerable profit on his sale

De Bruyne joined Chelsea for £7m with reports in Germany claiming Wolfsburg have spent £16.7m on the Belgian who has made just nine appearances for the Blues

Kevin de Bruyne has made three Premier League appearances for Chelsea

Transfer news: Wolfsburg hopeful transfer of Kevin de Bruyne from Chelsea is nearing completion

Belgian midfielder set to leave Stamford Bridge

Transfer news: Nemanja Matic close to finalising £25m Chelsea return - reports

Chelsea old boy reportedly having medical with London club today

Chelsea midfielder Kevin De Bruyne has been valued at £25m by his club if any potential January transfer is to be completed

Transfer news: Wolfsburg provide update on deal for Chelsea forward Kevin de Bruyne

The 22-year-old looks set for a return to the Bundesliga

Transfer news: Jose Mourinho refuses to comment on Wayne Rooney interest but confirms two offers made for Kevin De Bruyne

Rooney was the subject of two offers from the Blues in the summer but Mourinho neither confirms nor denies a renewed interest in the England star

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The Blues are two points from the summit of the Premier League

Chelsea midfielder Kevin De Bruyne has been valued at £25m by his club if any potential January transfer is to be completed

Transfer news: Chelsea want £25m for Kevin De Bruyne from Wolfsburg

Jose Mourinho reveals the Blues have been contacted about the striker

Chelsea midfielder Kevin De Bruyne has been valued at £25m by his club if any potential January transfer is to be completed

Latest transfer news: Chelsea value Kevin De Bruyne at £25m to pave way for a move for Nemanja Matic

De Bruyne is keen on moving away from the Blues in order to secure more first team football and strengthen his chances of featuring in Belgium's World Cup campaign

Sergio Aguero injury is 'very bad' for Manchester City, admits Edin Dzeko

Dzeko has vowed to do his best to fill the void

Kevin de Bruyne has made three Premier League appearances for Chelsea

Transfer news: Chelsea midfielder Kevin De Bruyne set for Stamford Bridge exit with fears over his Belgium World Cup hopes

De Bruyne's lack of first team football under Jose Mourinho has led to the Belgian pushing for a Bundesliga return

Steve McClaren has taken 19 points from 24 at Derby

Derby County manager Steve McClaren admits England scars

Pain of national team failure still hurts high-flying Derby manager but, he tells Richard Rae, it was part of a learning process

Belgium midfielder Kevin De Bruyne has been urged by his national coach Marc Wilmots to leave Chelsea if he wants to be included in the 2014 World Cup

Transfer news: Kevin De Bruyne urged to leave Chelsea to keep 2014 World Cup hopes alive

The Belgium coach Marc Wilmots believes the 22-year-old must leave the Blues in January to keep up a chance of making his World Cup squad

Eintracht Braunschweig coach Torsten Lieberknecht

Local hero Torsten Lieberknecht draws praise for his Eintracht Braunschweig approach from Borussia Dortmund manager Jürgen Klopp

Klopp has been the centre of attention in recent weeks but Braunschweig's rather unnoticed coach is going about things just like his old Mainz 05 team-mate

Steve McClaren has struggled to get jobs with English clubs

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McClaren has agreed a three-year deal at the County Ground

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