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Should Begovic move to Bournemouth?

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Should Chelsea goalkeeper Asmir Begovic move to Bournemouth?

Brian McBride and Ross Dyer delve into the latest January transfer rumours.

Chelsea goalkeeper Asmir Begovic has been linked with a move to Bournemouth in January. But would the Bosnia & Herzegovina international be right to leave when he has the chance of picking up a Premier League winner's medal? He won't be taking Thibaut Courtois' first-team spot anytime soon, so maybe it makes sense?

We asked two of our Chelsea and Bournemouth experts what the goalkeeper should do.

Chelsea view: Liam Twomey

Begovic backed himself to challenge Courtois for the No. 1 spot at Chelsea...

Tottenham's Mauricio Pochettino eyes title finale for White Hart Lane

Alison Bender and Don Hutchison take a look around Spurs' new stadium, with a little help from virtual reality.
Mauricio Pochettino challenged Tottenham to prove they are Premier League title contenders this weekend.

LONDON - Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino has said winning the title in the club's final season at White Hart Lane would be "the most important" moment in their 135-year history.

Spurs plan to play at Wembley Stadium next season while their old ground is demolished and a new £750 million stadium is completed on an adjacent site.

They are one of two Premier League clubs unbeaten at home this season, and the final two visitors to their home since 1899 will be top six rivals Arsenal...

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Ashley Young happy at Man United despite China interest - source

Steve Nicol runs through the latest from the rumour mill, with talks of Man United possibly making several moves.

Manchester United utility man Ashley Young is happy at the club, despite reports he is close to a lucrative move to China, a source close to the player has told ESPN FC.

Young, 31, has been linked with Shandong Luneng in the Chinese Super League, but is content with life at Old Trafford, despite limited opportunities under Jose Mourinho this season.

The midfielder-turned-defender has made 10 appearances for United this season and last started a Premier League game on Nov. 6, but has been a...