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Football news from Tuesday, January 23, 2018

- Four Premier League clubs have joined Rangers and Celtic in their hunt to sign Dundee defender Jack Hendry, according to the Daily Mail. The newspaper claim on their live transfer blog on Tuesday (2:49pm) that Bournemouth, Crystal Palace, Newcastle and West Ham are all interested in Hendry, 22, and are due to send out a scout to keep close tabs on him when Dundee play against Hibernian on Wednesda...

- Cristiano Ronaldo Why Manchester United Would Be Better Off Without Cristiano Ronaldo Real Madrid are not doing well this season as they are currently in 4th position on the La Liga standings. There are definitely going to be wholesale changes made at Los Blancos during the summer and one of those could include the club parting ways with Cristiano  Ronaldo, who has been a key figure since arrivi...

- Newcastle want La Liga star in January, Ashley ready to break club's transfer record - originally posted on Newcastle are hoping to sign a striker in January and Benitez has identified Kevin Gameiro as a target. The Atletico Madrid striker has been in and out of the first team this season and it is evident that he is no longer a starter for Diego Simeone. Gameiro has been linked with a move away...

- Tottenham goalkeeper Michel Vorm is being eyed by Dutch top-flight club Feyenoord, according to Voetbal International. The Dutch news outlet claims that the Eredivisie outfit are interested in the 34-year-old shot-stopper. It is understood that Feyenoord consider him to be an alternative for next season and could be looking to pounce with his deal at Spurs set to expire in the summer. Vorm is curr...

- Carabao Cup updates from the second leg (first leg: 1-2)Bristol City won't play the brave losers, says JohnsonRelive the old days in The TitleAnd you can email Scott here with your thoughts 7.10pm GMT Lee Johnson has already said he doesn't intend to die wondering. With that in mind he's made two changes to the team sent out at the City of Manchester Stadium two weeks ago. The first is enforced: L...

- Dutch Eredivisie club FC Utrecht will explore the possibility of signing Leeds midfielder Mateusz Klich on a permanent deal at a later stage, according to De Telegraf. The Dutch newspaper claim that there is no stipulation of an option to buy inserted into the initial loan of Klich that was announced on Monday. But De Telegraf report that there are “possibilities” to keep the central midfielde...

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