Evening Report: January 29

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Manchester United are reportedly poised to make an offer for Celtic midfielder Victor Wanyama before the January transfer window closes.

Wanyama continues to impress for the SPL leaders, and ESPN claim United are planning a bid of £8 million.

Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger believes Liverpool teenager Raheem Sterling will eventually be transformed from a winger into a striker.

Wenger lavished praise on Sterling ahead of Arsenal's encounter with Liverpool on Wednesday evening.

Pep Guardiola faces a tougher challenge at Bayern Munich than he would have at Chelsea, according to Franz Beckenbauer.

The Bayern legend claims Roman Abramovich's billions would have made Guardiola's life easy at Stamford Bridge.

Mario Balotelli's departure will be no loss to Manchester City, according to the club's former manager Joe Royle.

Balotelli has been linked with a transfer to AC Milan, and Royle has described the Italian striker as a 'nightmare'.

West Ham midfielder Mohamed Diame could still reportedly sign for Arsenal or Tottenham before the transfer deadline.

Hammers manager Sam Allardyce says the situation is 'total confusion' and admits he may lose the Senegal international.

Barcelona midfielder Xavi is excited by the prospect of meeting Real Madrid in the semi-final of the Copa del Rey.

Xavi, who signed a new contract with Barca on Monday, says the holders will travel to Madrid for the first leg aiming to win.

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