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Football Daily: January 17

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Manchester City went three points clear at the top of the Barclays Premier League after a comfortable win at the DW Stadium last night.

With their title credentials questioned after recent defeats, Roberto Mancini's side answered their critics with Edin Dzeko's header sealing victory.

Former Manchester United team mates David Beckham and Ryan Giggs could reunite next summer at London 2012 playing for the Team GB football team.

Both players have reportedly made it clear they are keen to play at the Olympics, with Stuart Pearce able to select three open age players older than 23.

TRANSFER NEWS

With Loic Remy pledging to stay at Marseille until at least the summer, Tottenham could turn their attentions to Fernando Llorente. (NISN)

Tottenham and Arsenal target Moussa Sow has paved the way for a move to Liverpool - by declaring it would be his dream to score in front of the Kop. (Goal)

Chelsea are set to step up their pursuit of Eden Hazard amid reports Jose Mourinho wants to bring the Belgian Real Madrid. (Daily Mail)

Swansea director John van Zweden claims that Manchester United and Chelsea have made enquiries for Michel Vorm. (Sky Sports)

And finally, Arsenal are set to sign the next Robin van Persie - having offered his son Shaqueel van Persie the chance to train at the club. (The Guardian)

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