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Transfer Talk: Man Utd eye Jordan Pickford as David De Gea successor

Former England international thinks that working under Jurgen Klopp at Liverpool would be better for Pulisic, should he decide to move from Dortmund.
Shaka Hislop sifts through all the latest transfer rumours surrounding Miguel Almiron, Aaron Ramsey, Christian Pulisic and many more in Transfer Rater.

With the winter window opening soon, the rumour mill is beginning to gather pace. Who will be moving where come January? Transfer Talk has the latest.

TOP STORY: Man Utd eye Pickford as De Gea successor

David De Gea is refusing to commit his long-term future, which means Manchester United are thinking who could replace the Spain international, according to The Sun

The report says one name being floated is Everton goalkeeper Jordan Pickford. Though he would cost considerably...

Chelsea stay unbeaten but remain a work in progress under Maurizio Sarri

Jordan Pickford made four saves to earn a clean sheet for Everton as Chelsea were unable to break through in a 0-0 draw.

LONDON -- Three points from Stamford Bridge on Chelsea's 0-0 draw with Everton in the Premier League:

1. Chelsea stay unbeaten but drop two points

Chelsea remain unbeaten, but it was Everton who emerged with greater credit from a frantic and physical stalemate at Stamford Bridge on Sunday.

The visitors set the tone early as Yerry Mina, making his first start for the club, crashed through Eden Hazard's ankle as the Belgian darted toward Everton's back four. Marcos Alonso, Chelsea's most...

Anthony Martial impresses as Paul Pogba shows his best and worst for Manchester United

Paul Pogba scored and provided the assist for Anthony Martial's game-winning goal as Manchester United defeated Everton at Old Trafford.
English Premier League: Anthony Martial (49') Manchester United 2-0 Everton
English Premier League: Paul Pogba (27') Manchester United 1-0 Everton

MANCHESTER -- Three quick thoughts on Manchester United 2-1 Everton in the Premier League on Sunday.

1. United cling on as Pogba shows his best and worst

Old Trafford breathes a sigh of relief. Nothing has been easy for Manchester United this season, but they will take any points they can. They looked relatively comfortable for spells of this 2-1 victory over Everton, but in the end they were clinging on, partly thanks to a late attacking blast from their opponents, partly because of their own desire...

8/10 Gylfi Sigurdsson, Bernard impress as Everton make progress under Marco Silva

Gylfi Sigurdsson's individual brilliance was followed by this amazing strike, which proved to be the winner for Everton.

Everton are showing signs of the team manager Marco Silva wants them to be. Mixing the inventive football of a mobile attacking quartet with a relentless work rate across the pitch, two exquisite goals secured a 2-1 win against 10-man Leicester.

Silva can take pride in the way a young team applied his methods and revel in the quality of the two goals. After some Bernard artistry created the opener for Richarlison, in-form Gylfi Sigurdsson nimbly turned his marker before slamming home from distance...

Bernard 7/10, Maarten Stekelenburg 5/10 as Everton suffer another early exit

Wasted opportunities define Everton and their relationship with the Carabao Cup. This theme continued on Tuesday night as the latest chapter in this troubled marriage saw the home side lose 4-3 to Southampton on penalties after the two sides finished level at 1-1 after 90 minutes.

A disjointed Everton team showing seven changes to the starting XI lost their way around the 30-minute mark and were fortunate to extend the match to penalties. Substitute Theo Walcott grabbed a late equaliser to send...

Gylfi Sigurdsson, Idrissa Gueye earn top marks as Everton thrash Fulham

Everton midfielder Gylfi Sigurdsson headlined his team's 3-0 win against Fulham on Saturday after responding to his penalty miss with two goals to help the home side return to winning ways after successive defeats.

Whatever manager Marco Silva said at half-time seemed to work as Everton played with greater urgency and much-needed composure after a ponderous first half. Such composure saw substitute Bernard patiently assist the third goal by waiting for support before releasing the onrushing Sigurdsson...