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  1. Man United in talks with Chinese club over Marouane Fellaini
  2. Suarez "on the verge" of joining Arsenal - Valverde
  3. All the latest transfer news and gossip as deadline day approaches
  4. Pochettino gives passionate press conference
  5. Premier League build-up to tonight's six games
  6. Chelsea drawn at home to Man Utd in fifth round

Live Reporting

By Denise Evans

All times stated are UK

  1. Bye for now

    Right then, that's me done for the day.

    I'm skipping over the River Irwell to Old Trafford with my 10 layers and heated socks on to watch United face Burnley on a bitterly chilly night.

    Interim boss Ole Gunnar Solksjaer is on the hunt for his ninth win in a row, will he get it?

    Thanks for joining me today and you can get all the build-up to tonight's games right here with my colleagues Tom Rostance and Emma Sanders at the helm.

  2. Newcastle Almiron deal done?

    Atlanta United's Miguel Almiron is reportedly en route to Newcastle United to sign for the Magpies.

    The midfielder, 24, moves to the Premier League from the MLS outfit on a permanent deal, with the details not yet released, reports the Newcastle Chronicle.

    Miguel Almiron
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    SMS Message: Fellaini should get a testimonial. Big impact player, got United out of a lot of tight ones. from Wesley G
    Wesley G
  4. Lingard injury doubt

    Man Utd v Burnley (20:00 GMT)

    I'll be passing over to the match live text team shortly, but i do have some early Manchester United team news for you before I do.

    Jesse Lingard has apparently picked up a niggle in training and could miss out at Old Trafford tonight. Juan Mata is lined up to play in his place..

  5. Klopp says he can 'never' enjoy Premier League title race

    Liverpool v Leicester City (Wed, 19:45 GMT)

    Watch and read this latest BBC Sport interview with Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp.

    Video content

    Video caption: 'Let's enjoy the ride' - Klopp
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    James Ballantyne: Pinch me I'm dreaming. Mourinho and Fellaini leaving in the same season

  7. What's the goss?

    Check out the latest transfer gossip, with Spurs apparently considering a last-gasp move for last-minute bid for Monaco midfielder Youri Tielemans, 21 despite Mauricio Pochettino ruling out any signings in January.

    There's that and more here

    Youri Tielemans
  8. Transfer talking points

    Here's the main transfer talking points on Tuesday:

    • Manchester United's Maraoune Fellaini is almost over the line in sealing a £7m move to China
    • Barcelona midfielder Denis Suarez is close to a loan switch to Arsenal
    • Man City are interested in Ben Chilwell as cover for Benjamin Mendy
    • Mauricio Pochettino expects no new signings for Tottenham
    • Wolves want Jonny Castro Otto in record £18m permanent deal
    • Chelsea Callum Hudson-Odoi is STAYING at Stamford Bridge
  9. Latest on Suarez to Arsenal

    David Ornstein

    BBC Sport

    As widely reported, Arsenal close to completing deal for Barcelona midfielder Denis Suarez. Not signed yet but 25-year-old to join on loan and option to buy (reports he’ll also extend Barcelona contract to protect value).

    Won’t be at Cardiff City game. Arsenal continue winger hunt, no plans for defender.

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    DJ: Leicester should put £80m price tag on Ben Chilwell to ward off Man City

    Kyle: As a Newcastle supporter feeling the worse tonight. Think City will win 3-0 but a few beers will ease the pain. Good to read from Keith Downie that Newcastle are close to signing a couple players even if it's just a couple of loan deals.

  11. Arsenal tribute to Sala

    Arsenal v Cardiff City (Tue, 19:45 GMT)

    Arsenal, who play Cardiff City tonight, have paid tribute to Emiliano Sala, who disappeared during a flight from France to Wales over a week ago. The plane nor Sala and his pilot David Ibbotson have been found.

    The Gunnars have included Sala's name on the squad list in the match day programme, alongside a daffodil, which has because a tribute symbol for the Argentinian, in place of his squad number.

  12. Get Involved - will you miss Fellaini, United fans?

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    SMS Message: Fellaini was a good sub with Jose and scored some vital goals but since Ole has come in the team seems to be playing better and I don't think he would get game time. Good bit of business to trim the squad. from Charlie in Bicester
    Charlie in Bicester
    SMS Message: Fellaini did a job at times, but ultimately will always be seen as a symbol of the directionless post-Ferguson years from Stefan
    SMS Message: Fellaini has scored some important goals for us but just does not fit the united mould. Perfect for a Mourinho team but could you ever have seen Sir Alex signing him? from Chris
  13. Valverde confirms Suarez Arsenal deal almost done

    Barcelona manager Ernesto Valverde has addressed the news that midfielder Denis Suarez is wanted by Arsenal.

    Speaking at his pre-match press conference ahead of facing Sevilla, he said: ‘Denis Suarez is on the verge of joining Arsenal."

    Suarez valverde
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    Tumi David: Fellaini leaving United somehow feels like a trophy and a successful season to me, it can only precede better things to come! I hope more dead weights leave too

    Matt Wilkinson: Keeping tabs on BBC sport while visiting family in South Africa. Hopefully a win for Newcastle tonight! Would round off great day at beach and 30 degree heat. Then watch Liverpool having a braai (bbq) tomorrow.

    The match live text will be up and running for you in an hour or so Matt, so be sure to tune in for that, too. I'll point you in the right direction, don't worry.

  15. Fellaini off to China

    Maraoune Fellaini has made only two substitute appearances under interim manager Ole Gunnar Solksjaer.

    But Solksjaer recently praised the midfielder's "X factor".

    "He'll probably be at least three or four weeks (out)," the United boss said of Fellaini on January 18.

    "He's got a calf problem and that's sad because there's X factors in different players and we all know Felli's X Factor.

    "Then again, he'll be working hard to get back in when all the big games are coming as well."

    But now it appears the Belgian is on his way out of Old Trafford to board a plane to China.

    Maraoune Fellaini
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    Edward Edmond: Poch is building a project at spurs that requires a different way of operating. He is right that cups don't necessarily equal long term success. How many FA cups have Arsenal won in the last few years, yet are miles off competing for the league?

    Momo: Top 4 is an achievement if a team can make semi finals and final in Champions League on a consistent basis. With Wenger the problem was being out in round of 16 every year.

  17. Get Involved - will you miss Fellaini, United fans?

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  18. BreakingFellaini deal 'done and dusted'

    Marouane Fellaini's time at Manchester United looks to be over. The Belgium midfielder has signed a £7m deal for Chinese club Shandong Luneng.

    Former Southampton striker Graziano Pele currently plays for Luneng.

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  19. Ben Chilwell to Manchester City?

    Leicester City could be set to lose Ben Chilwell to Manchester City, according to several reports today.

    City are keen to bring in cover for Benjamin Mendy who has been hindered by persistent injuries.

    Would Chilwell fit in nicely at left-back for City, or should the Blues sick with Mendy?

    Ben Chilwell
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    MD: To Richard Browne: Manchester United signed Di Maria, Falcao, Zlatan and Pogba with no CL football.... that's because they have a history of winning and money, the latter of which all Premier League teams have if Bournemouth can spend £20 million on Solanke.