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Spurs to come back in for Mata?

Juan Mata in action or Chelsea against Basel in the Champions League.
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Each day we'll bring you the very latest tabloid rumors as the biggest clubs around splash the cash to bolster their rosters. True or not, they're always entertaining...

Tottenham will make another attempt to sign Chelsea midfielder Juan Mata in January but will face competition from Italian clubs Juventus and Napoli.

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The transfer window is shut but the Rumor Mill has plenty to talk about.

Cristiano Ronaldo insists Real Madrid fans will love his partnership with Gareth Bale.

Fulham want to make Rene Meulensteen their assistant manager.

Dougie Freedman is facing the axe at Bolton with the club considering a move for Paul Ince.

Jose Mourinho has admitted he has been left with egg on his face after Basel's shock Champions League win over Chelsea.

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Get the latest rumors as the biggest clubs try to bolster their rosters.

Wayne Rooney has admitted he had to swallow his pride and deliver for Manchester United after being denied a move to Chelsea.

Blackburn made a staggering loss of £27m after being relegated.

Cristiano Ronaldo insists he is already forming a deadly partnership with Gareth Bale.

Brendan Rodgers is ready to pitch Luis Suarez in at Old Trafford when his suspension ends next week.

Liverpool are stepping up the chase for Derby midfielder Will Hughes.

Blackburn want to sign out-of-favour striker Craig Davies from Bolton.

Sheffield United are close to a deal for free agent striker Marlon King.

Norwich defender Daniel Ayala and striker Luciano Becchio are wanted on loan by Middlesbrough.

Wayne Rooney has given the first indication that he may want to stay at Manchester United.

Newcastle scouts watched PSV Eindhoven keeper Jeroen Zoet at the weekend.

Fulham want to make Rene Meulensteen their assistant manager.

Burnley are fighting off interest from Aston Villa, Newcastle and Sunderland for striker Danny Ings.

Brendan Rodgers says Luis Suarez is ready to "hit the ground running" when he returns to English football next week.

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