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United & Liverpool set sights on Isla

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Andre Villas-Boas has insisted Chelsea can win the Champions League, despite a dip in form that has seen his side win just 1 of their last 6 games.

The Portuguese manager's comments come after Saturday's abject draw with Birmingham in the FA Cup - and ahead of Tuesday's clash at Napoli.

Ryan Giggs believes Manchester United have the edge over their rivals in the title race thanks to the experience and hunger in the current squad.

Steve Bruce has become the favourite to succeed Mick McCarthy as Wolves manager, after Alan Curbishley ruled himself out of the running for the job.

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Udinese defender Maurico Isla has revealed he plans to leave the club at the end of the season, with United and Liverpool keen to sign him. (ESPN)

WIth Arsenal enduring another trophy less season, Arsene Wenger will be handed a £50m transfer budget - with Mario Gotze the priority target. (Metro)

And finally, West Ham United chairman David Sullivan has revealed the club made an audacious attempt to secure Fernando Torres on loan in January. (Give Me Football)

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