United join Hazard race

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Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger could not hide his frustration after side slumped to a late 2-1 defeat at Craven Cottage last night.

Wenger contested referee Lee Probert's decision to send off defender Johan Djourou, which proved decisive as Fulham rallied from one goal down.

There is more Barclays Premier League action tonight, as Manchester City welcome Liverpool to the Etihad Stadium in a crucial game for both sides.

Luis Suarez is eligible to play for the Merseysiders, while Steven Gerrard is expected to start in midfield following his comeback from an ankle infection.

Roberto Mancini is expected to make to changes to the side that were defeated at Sunderland, with Mario Balotelli available after recovering from injury.

Elsewhere tonight, Tottenham can move within 3 points of the top if they beat Wigan, while Sunderland will aim to maintain their form at Wigan Athletic.

Transfer news

Arsenal could target Lyon left back Aly Cissoko as Arsene Wenger looks to bring in defensive options in the transfer window. (talkSPORT)

Tottenham boss Harry Redknapp has said he wants to make "one big signing" in January - with a move for Real Madrid's Kaka rumoured. (ESPN)

Blackburn battler Steven N'Zonzi has emerged as a shock transfer target for Andre Villas-Boas, who wants to add to his midfield. (Metro)

Valencia Roberto Soldado has emerged as a potential option for Liverpool in the transfer window - but could cost the Reds as much as £30m. (Goal)

And finally, Manchester United are set to join the race for Lille forward Eden Hazard who is also a target for Liverpool, Man City and Arsenal. (SkySports)

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