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LIVE Yaya Toure declines big offers in China in favour of Premier League stay

Brian McBride and Ross Dyer delve into the latest January transfer rumours.

The winter transfer window is now in full swing! As usual, Transfer Talk has its finger on the pulse when it comes to which rumours are picking up steam. Check out all the latest deals here.

TOP STORY: Toure turns down China for Prem stay

Yaya Toure wants to stay in the Premier League even if Manchester City do want to bring him back this summer, according to multiple reports that said the midfielder turned down an enormous contract from China.

The 33-year-old rebuffed interest from the Chinese...

Man City's Pep Guardiola the only manager Lionel Messi would leave for

Alison Bender and Gab Marcotti discuss Lionel Messi's contract situation, amid rumors Manchester City are interested.

If Barcelona do fail to tie down Lionel Messi to a new contract, Pep Guardiola could be the key factor when he decides where he should set up his new home.

The Manchester City manager has come in for criticism just six months into his reign at the Etihad, as his side sit outside the top four following a 4-0 defeat at Everton last weekend. But many of the world's best players won't be so quick to judge him because of the unparalleled level of success he managed at Barcelona and Bayern Munich as he...

 By David Mooney

Manchester City regressed while stalling for Pep Guardiola's arrival

The FC crew criticise Pep Guardiola's inflexibility to adapt his tactics to suit his club as well as the Prem style.
Gab Marcotti and the ESPN FC crew discuss Manchester City's flaws following their four-goal defeat at Everton.
Currently trailing by 10 points, Pep Guardiola seems to admit that Man City won't be able to catch leaders Chelsea.

Manchester City are currently a paradox of a football club.

Their title ambitions for 2016-17 lie in tatters and their hopes of finishing in the Champions League places could be at risk unless something is done quickly to salvage the season. And yet, despite the 4-0 hammering at Everton on Sunday, Pep Guardiola's team are not in terrible form, with five wins in their last seven matches.

Certainly since the 4-2 demolition at Leicester, City have been doing something about their problems and they've...

Transfer Rater: Ashley Young to China, Ryan Bertrand to Man City

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The latest transfer rumours from around the world.

Things change in the blink of an eye in football. The Football Whispers Index takes the latest transfer rumours and gives them a score out of five; the higher the score, the more realistic and reliable the whisper.

Here are today's top five emerging whispers. And keep an eye on Transfer Talk for all the latest gossip.

Wayne Routledge to Birmingham

The Daily Mail report that Birmingham are in talks with Swansea about signing Wayne Routledge. New Blues boss Gianfranco Zola is said to...

 By Tony Evans

Pep Guardiola will struggle to fix what's broken at Manchester City

Gab Marcotti and the ESPN FC crew discuss Manchester City's flaws following their four-goal defeat at Everton.

Remember when Manchester was billed as the capital of football? When United and City shared four Premier League titles in successive seasons between 2011 and 2014, it seemed as though the city's dream was close to coming true. If anyone had predicted in those heady days three years ago that Pep Guardiola and Jose Mourinho would soon be in charge at the Etihad and Old Trafford respectively, the assumption would have been that the Mancunian clubs' domination was about to be entrenched.

It has not...

Claudio Bravo form contributing to Man City's faltering title challenge

Gab Marcotti and the ESPN FC crew discuss Manchester City's flaws following their four-goal defeat at Everton.

When Manchester City won the Premier League title in May 2014, their last away game of the season was at Everton and they needed a win to maintain their goal difference advantage on Liverpool.

It was a strange atmosphere, with some Toffees' fans unsure whether they even wanted their side to win as it could hand their bitter Merseyside rivals an advantage in the title race. But there was no doubting that the Everton players wanted the victory and, with City holding onto a 3-2 lead in the second half,...