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We have some good ones today.

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Just 6 days to go before the window shuts.  Who do we have in today's rumour list?

Worrying news for Liverpool fans

Lucas has been linked with a move away from Anfield for a while now without too much comment.  However the following quote may be concerning for those who rate him highly "I would be lying if I said I never thought about something new but I can't tell you what is going to happen.  I just focus on the day and leave the future to take care of itself"

There was a stat this past weekend that suggests the influence Lucas has to the Liverpool side.  With him in the side the they have won 67% of the games played this season, without him it has fallen to 33%.  Seems he is becoming an underrated player.

Old gooner on his way back to the Premier

31 years old Emmanuel Eboue has been released by Galatasaray and rumours link him to a move to Sunderland.  I guess Sunderland could do with a full back and he will bring plenty of experience to the side.

HOW MUCH part 2

The Daily Express rate Paul Pogba and believe so do Manchester City who are preparing a bid for him.  The bid is an amazing £200m but they will break it down by only paying £180m and throwing in Stevan Jovetic for £20m.  Wonder if Stand Collymore wrote this piece?

Express top their Pogba rumour

Not satisfied with the Pogba news the Express throw in one more today.  David Luiz is to become the subject of a second £50m move, yes really.  Who to you ask, well non other than Real Madrid.

More bad news for Liverpool fans

Mario Balotelli's agent Mino Raiola has confirmed he is going nowhere in the current window.

Madrid open the door a little more for DDG

David De Gea may or may not move to Real Madrid in the summer.  But todays quote by Iker Casillas suggests they maybe making room.  When talking to the Wall Street Journal he said "I have no problem of saying that I would like to play in the U.S. I would be unable to leave Real Madrid and join a competing team but I could leave to have an adventure, maybe not at that level in Europe, but innovative and different in a growing league like MLS. "I would like to experience a different kind of football and put into perspective all the time I've been at Real Madrid."

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