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Liverpool owners Fenway Sports Group have no intention of sacking Brendan Rodgers and will keep faith in him despite a poor start to the season. The Reds have little to show for their £100m summer outlay but will persevere with the Northern Irishman.
A host of sides have been handed a transfer boost as Chelsea have pulled out of the race to sign Marco Reus. Arsenal, Manchester United and Liverpool are all now ready to make offers for the Dortmund attacker following the Blues' withdrawal.
PSG are preparing to go above their previous transfer limit of £50m after learning Financial Fair Play sanctions may be eased ahead of next summer. They will try again for previous target Angel di Maria, who is now at Man Utd.
Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgers will look to curb his side's poor form by making January raids for a trio of players. Porto's Jackson Martinez tops his wishlist, while Chelsea No.2 Petr Cech and Norwich's Nathan Redmond are also wanted.
Real Madrid are ready to step up their interest in Liverpool's teenage sensation Pedro Chirivella. The youngster, who is highly rated by Brendan Rodgers and has already trained with the first team, has been labelled the 'next Xabi Alonso'.
Although Real Madrid had been thought to be close to signing wonderkid Martin Odegaard, the Norwegian starlet actually prefers a move to the Premier League and will reject the club he supports, Liverpool, in order to join Manchester United.
West Ham are preparing to sue the FA over the mishandling of Stewart Downing's injury while on England duty. The winger was given a pain-killing injection in order to face Scotland, but then missed the Hammers' league defeat to Everton as a result.
Liverpool midfielder Raheem Sterling is on the verge of signing a new long-term contract. Real Madrid was seriously interested in the player.
Tottenham have joined Arsenal and Liverpool in the race for Porto striker Jackson Martinez. The Colombian has long been linked with a move to the Premier League
Marcelo Brozovic is on the verge of agreeing a move to Turkish side Besiktas, plunging Arsenal's hopes of signing the highly-rated midfielder into doubt.