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‘The pressure is permanent’: a football agent on January’s transfer window | Football | The Guardian
From tricky contract negotiations to players being economic with the truth: one agent reveals the ins and outs of doing a deal.

Report claims Klopp had two major concerns over Pulisic - Football365
Calm down, American soccer fans, neither of these concerns are about his talent.

Newcastle United 0-2 Manchester United: Ole Gunnar Solskjaer wins fourth game from four - BBC Sport
Is it too late to bring Jose back?

Steve Bruce confirmed as manager of Sheffield Wednesday | Football | The Guardian
Sheffield Wednesday have made Steve Bruce their manager.

Christian Pulisic joins Chelsea from Borussia Dortmund for £58m | Football | The Guardian
Borussia Dortmund have confirmed that Christian Pulisic will join Chelsea, after this season, for €64m (£58m).

Manchester United’s old rites of passage built some characters but broke others | Daniel Taylor | Football | The Guardian
Iit is time the club admitted that in some case the culture damaged lives.

Premier League moves quickly for new chief executive after Dinnage U-turn | Football | The Guardian
The Premier League is keen to make a quick appointment after Susanna Dinnage decided not to take up her role as chief executive.

Solskjaer predicts Sanchez will thrive at new Man Utd - Football365
"I think he's a player that would benefit from the interchanging, the rotation, the movement."

Swansea City charging mascots Premier League prices - BBC News
Swansea City charge £478 for a mascot experience - more than most Premier League clubs.

West Ham: Samir Nasri signs for Hammers on day doping ban ends - BBC Sport
West Ham sign former Arsenal and Manchester City midfielder Samir Nasri until the end of the season.

Sir Alex Ferguson offers Ole Gunnar Solskjær helping hand at United | Football | The Guardian
Sir Alex Ferguson provided encouragement and pep talks to Ole Gunnar Solskjær and his Manchester United staff.