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AFRICAN STARS

Africa's best deals of January transfer window

We list Africa's diamonds and duds of the transfer window -- and a few moves that didn't go through but probably should have done.

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TRANSFERS

Transfer Talk: Pogba's future at Juventus murky amid prolonged injury

Juventus are losing patience with Paul Pogba and considering transferring him or even terminating his contract. Transfer Talk has the latest.

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Why signing Jorginho is a 'fantastic move' for Arsenal

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WHO HAS IMPRESSED SINCE THE BREAK?

The European teams that have defied the odds since World Cup break

Projection models couldn't account for a World Cup in the middle of the club season. What does data say about teams changing narratives?

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FOOTBALL

TRANSFER WINDOW

Why the transfer window should be abolished: chaos for clubs, a playground for agents

Sorry folks, but transfer business doesn't stop outside the two designated windows each season; players can have their heads turned 365 days a year.

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MANCHESTER UNITED

How Man United used 'emergency protocol' to sign Sabitzer in 12 hours on deadline day

Manchester United's quick move for Marcel Sabitzer on the final day of the transfer window shows the benefit of their fresh approach to recruitment.

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Man Utd stay on course for a solid season under Ten Hag as Carabao Cup final booked

Booking the Carabao Cup final at Wembley against Newcastle is a good place to start for Erik ten Hag at a club starved of success.

ENGLISH PREMIER LEAGUE

Trying to make sense of Chelsea's transfer spree: Big gambles, but big rewards too?

Disruption works in the tech industry, but Chelsea -- led by Todd Boehly and Behdad Eghbali -- are trying it in the transfer market.

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Chelsea, Arsenal win transfer window; Everton, Caicedo the biggest losers

The January transfer window was surprisingly busy as Chelsea and Arsenal made some big moves. Here's who did well and who did not.

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