2.10pm transfer news LIVE: Neuer could retire, Van Dijk dismisses Liverpool new deal talk, ‘Neymar Out’ PSG graffiti – The Sun

CLUBS are ramping up their preparations for January's transfer window.

Many of Europe's biggest clubs have unfinished business, with Neymar's move to Barcelona falling through in summer – while Olivier Giroud could leave Chelsea if Tammy Abraham continues to thrive as number one striker.

Get all the latest transfer news and gossip here.


  • JAMIE CARRAGHER has revealed to Sky Sports his favourite moments from Liverpool and Chelsea's titanic past.

    Including the Blues' famous Champions League semi-final win over the Reds in 2008.

    1997: Liverpool 4-2 Chelsea

    2003: Chelsea 2-1 Liverpool

    2003: Liverpool 1-2 Chelsea

    2005: Liverpool 2-3 Chelsea

    2005: Liverpool 1-0 Chelsea

    2006: Chelsea 1-0 Liverpool

    2008: Chelsea 3-2 Liverpool

    2011: Chelsea 0-1 Liverpool

    2013: Liverpool 2-2 Chelsea

  • POLICE fear a 'Battle of London' scenario if hooligans from rival clubs clash this weekend.

    Fans of Wolves, Manchester United, Aston Villa and Liverpool are all down south for their respective team's matches in the capital on Sunday.

    London's Euston station is a likely flashpoint.

    United fans will travel to Stratford to face West Ham, making their way across London on Sunday.

    Wolves are heading to Palace.

    And Villa supporters will make the trek to to North London to face Arsenal.

    Liverpool fans head to Chelsea.

  • MORGAN SCHNEIDERLIN has backed under-fire Everton boss Marco Silva.

    The former Manchester United midfielder told the club website that it was the players, rather than the manager, who was to blame for the Toffees' indifferent start.

    “It is not a lack of training or information [that has led to errors]. There are small mistakes we need to correct,” he said.

    “The manager and staff give us every single piece of information we need.”

    Everton, who face Sheffield United this weekend, have lost to Bournemouth and Aston Villa and drew at Palace.

  • NEWCASTLE could go back in for Miguel Almiron's striker partner at Atlanta.

    Josef Martinez has 26 goals in 27 appearances this season in the MLS.

    Almiron has been a disappointment since his £20.7million Toon move earlier this year.

    But Venezuelan Martinez could be the man to ignite both in the Prem, report several media sources.

  • BAYERN MUNICH goalkeeper Manuel Neuer is considering retiring as Germany's No1 after next year's European Championships.

    The stopper, 33, will continue to play club football, says German newspaper Bild.

    Barcelona keeper Marc-Andre der Stegen would replace him between the sticks.

    Neuer was bitterly disappointed with Germany's early exit from the World Cup in Russia last year.

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