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Transfer Rater: Havertz, Sarr to Arsenal

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Liverpool's Sadio Mane suffers hand injury while on Senegal duty

KitAid and Friends of Mulanje Orphans have teamed up to distribute Sadio Mane shirts to underprivileged children in Malawi.
Paul Mariner rates the sensibility of the latest transfer links, including potential comings and goings at Chelsea and Manchester United.
Liverpool and Brazil's Fabinho insists he is still trying to settle into life under Jurgen Klopp and that his demands in training and matches are extremely intense.
Liverpool defender Trent Alexander-Arnold believes The Reds can still develop despite being unbeaten in the Premier League.

Sadio Mane has become the latest Liverpool player to sustain an injury while on international duty after suffering a hand injury with Senegal, although an official diagnosis has yet to be provided.

Sources have told ESPN FC that Liverpool are aware of the injury and will assess him upon his return to Merseyside.

It remains unclear at this stage whether Mane has withdrawn from the Senegal squad ahead of Tuesday's Africa Cup of Nations qualifier in Sudan.

Mohamed Salah has returned to Liverpool after...

Tottenham stadium costs didn't affect summer transfer policy - Daniel Levy

Following a winless start to the Champions League campaign, the FC guys discuss Tottenham's chances of turning things around and advancing to the knockout rounds.

Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy said the increased cost of the club's new stadium will not affect transfer policy, in a meeting with the club's supporters trust, and that the project was unrelated to the lack of summer signings.

Spurs were targeting a September opening for their new home, which was expected to cost £850 million, and some reports suggested that those costs led to a summer window in which Tottenham made no new signings.

Since then there have been costly delays to the construction...

David De Gea nearing decision time again regarding his long-term Man United future

Paul Mariner rates the sensibility of the latest transfer links, including potential comings and goings at Chelsea and Manchester United.

Two constants for Manchester United in the post-Alex Ferguson years have been the form and the future of goalkeeper David De Gea.

The club's Player of the Year in four of the last five seasons, no previous United goalkeeper, not even the great Peter Schmeichel or Edwin van der Sar, had ever won that award. The focus was firmly on the trophy-winning players in front of them.

As De Gea's stock rose to the level where he was considered one of the best three goalkeepers in football, so did the speculation...

Ruben Loftus-Cheek could leave Chelsea on loan but won't be sold - sources

Former teammates and coaches such as Jose Mourinho, Didier Drogba and Vincent Kompany revealed what made Frank Lampard one of the best players in the world.
The guys react to Eden Hazard's comments about playing for Real Madrid and wonder if Chelsea should begin to make preparations for his departure.
Chelsea's Maurizio Sarri believes his side still aren't on the same level as Manchester City and Liverpool and are just targeting closing last season's point gap between the teams.
Eden Hazard's performances at Chelsea are making him a target for bigger European clubs, according to former Chelsea midfielder Michael Essien.
Chelsea get their first Premier League win since mid-September and continue to pile pressure on Liverpool and Manchester City at the top of the table.

Ruben Loftus-Cheek could leave Chelsea on loan in January but will not be sold, sources have told ESPN FC.

Having played just 33 minutes in the Premier League so far this season, Loftus-Cheek is frustrated at his lack of opportunities under Maurizio Sarri and has reportedly attracted interest from Arsenal, Everton and Crystal Palace, the club who helped him develop on loan last season.

But while all parties accept that another temporary move could be best for Loftus-Cheek's development if his situation...