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Should Begovic move to Bournemouth?

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Should Chelsea goalkeeper Asmir Begovic move to Bournemouth?

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

Chelsea goalkeeper Asmir Begovic has been linked with a move to Bournemouth in January. But would the Bosnia & Herzegovina international be right to leave when he has the chance of picking up a Premier League winner's medal? He won't be taking Thibaut Courtois' first-team spot anytime soon, so maybe it makes sense?

We asked two of our Chelsea and Bournemouth experts what the goalkeeper should do.

Chelsea view: Liam Twomey

Begovic backed himself to challenge Courtois for the No. 1 spot at Chelsea...

Where will Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang end up if he leaves Dortmund?

Jason Dasey and PJ Roberts discuss Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang's link to Shanghai SIPG and its potential impact in Asia.

A short while ago, Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang bought a new house in Dortmund, a massive one with an underground swimming pool connecting two separate buildings. At least that's what Bild claimed, hoping to give a new spin to the story of the wantaway striker.

But there is no way to spin this story. As things stand, and as all recent interviews with the Gabon international suggest, the 27-year-old is set to leave the Westfalenstadion this summer, after four years with over 100 competitive goals in...

 By Ben Jacobs

Leicester must dig in with their Premier League status at stake

Claudio Ranieri says he wants to stay at Leicester, but knows how easy it is to fall from a team's good graces.

If Leicester City end up in a relegation dogfight January will be to blame. This is a season-defining month for the Foxes as they look to stay clear of the drop zone without their African Nations Cup stars. Claudio Ranieri still has two weeks to bolster his squad, but rising up the table isn't just about adding fresh faces. Leicester lack confidence, particularly on the road. That's why the next two away trips to Southampton and Burnley haven't arrived at an ideal time. Even at home it doesn't get...

 By Nick Miller

Five questions ahead of Man City's Premier League clash with Tottenham

Mauricio Pochettino challenged Tottenham to prove they are Premier League title contenders this weekend.

With Tottenham and Manchester City meeting for the second time this Premier League season, Nick Miller asks five important questions ahead of this all-important rematch.

What will Pep Guardiola do to arrest City's slide?

If a Pep Guardiola side sitting in fifth place with over half the season gone isn't a strange enough sight, what's just as curious is how oddly passive he has been. Guardiola apparently locks himself away in a room for hours before games trying to figure out how to beat his next...

 By James Dall

Another insatiable Tottenham display could embarrass Manchester City

The Exploding Heads preview the huge game between Man City and Tottenham, and the Dembele-go-around.

W2W4 previews the weekend's Premier League fixtures and highlights five key storylines.

Will Manchester City be able to cope with Tottenham?

Back in October, Tottenham Hotspur gave us an insight into what was to come for Manchester City. Pep Guardiola's side headed to White Hart Lane having won 10 of their previous 11 matches but Spurs deservedly inflicted a first loss on their opponents' new manager. Since then, consistency has evaded City and they have fallen to fifth in the Premier League table...

 By Max Hicks

Swansea's winter additions face immediate trial by fire versus Liverpool

Swansea City's new winger Luciano Narsingh is ready to take on the challenge of the Premier League.

Paul Clement's league debut couldn't have gone much worse on paper, as Arsenal soundly beat the Swans 4-0 last Saturday. However, hidden beneath the scoresheet was a decent first half showing from the Swans, who briefly looked like the team of old for the first time all season. With another very difficult fixture to navigate this Saturday -- Liverpool at Anfield -- Clement must decide whether it is best to ask the league's worst defence to try and shut up shop, or whether he should push on trying...