TRANSFER NEWS LIVE: Man Utd, Chelsea, Arsenal and Liverpool updates PLUS gossip from Europe
Thursday November 23
Fellaini to Arsenal
08:40: Danny Mills believes Arsenal should sign Manchester United midfielder Marouane Fellaini, who is out of contract next summer.
He told BBC Radio Five Live: “Why would you get rid of him? If you could keep him, why would you allow one of your rivals to take him and make them stronger?
“He does a job. He does what John Obi Mikel did for many years at Chelsea.
“Keep him and bring somebody else in as well. That would be the ideal scenario.
“It is not like ‘if we keep him, we haven’t got any money left because we’ve got to pay him some wages’.
“You keep him, allow him to do his job. Fill in when necessary, be a squad player, do all those things.
“He’s scored some important goals because he is a threat. Arsenal would love him, without a shadow of a doubt. Just to sit in front of the back four, win a few headers.”
Liverpool need leaders
08.05: Rio Ferdinand has told Liverpool what they must do when the transfer window reopens.
“I don’t care who you go and get, they’ve got to get someone with personality,” Ferdinand said on BT Sport.
“I think they’re lacking a personality, they’re lacking a leader in that back four.
“Someone in there for when times like this, at half time, that says to everybody: ‘Listen, you stay where you’re meant to be, you stay where you are, and you in front don’t go anywhere either.'”
Eden Hazard talks Chelsea future
07:40: Eden Hazard insists he is happy at Chelsea.
Real Madrid have a long-standing interest in the 26-year-old, with Zinedine Zidane keen to add a Galactico to his books.
While admitting he has a soft spot for Los Blancos, Hazard isn’t considering leaving the Blues anytime soon.
“I am always very fine at this club. I still have two years of my contract [left],” Hazard told Canal+.
“When I feel the desire to leave, I’ll leave. But, for now, I’m a Blue.
“We know the admiration that I have for Real, but I’m at Chelsea. Every year, things were said about me but I stayed.”