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Liverpool and Manchester City are both scouting Feyenoord's teenage sensation Rodney Kongolo. The 16-year-old midfielder has been dubbed the "new Patrick Vieira" and both City and Liverpool have watched him this season.

Atletico Madrid are looking to ward off interest from Arsenal, Liverpool and Chelsea in striker Diego Costa by offering him a bumper contract extension.

Atletico want the deal to include a massive new release clause, which would mean Chelsea, Arsenal or Liverpool would have to shell out at least £41m to sign the Brazil-born forward.

Sir Alex Ferguson will flat out reject any attempt by Manchester United to coax him out of retirement.

The Premier League's most successful manager ever has absolutely no intention of re-entering management even if David Moyes continues to struggle as his successor at Old Trafford.

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