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 By Tony Evans

Liverpool's slump is a reality check: the club must plan transfer business better

Steve Nicol gets flustered wondering why Jurgen Klopp left Joel Matip on the bench to start their match against Swansea.

Jurgen Klopp should have seen this coming. Liverpool's winter woe has followed almost the same pattern as last year, with December and January bringing disappointment after the optimism of late summer and autumn. Their lacklustre performances over the past 13 games have created a minor crisis at Anfield and now the next three games, in three different competitions, will help determine the direction of the season.

First, Klopp's side need to overturn a one-goal deficit to Southampton in the second...

 By David Usher

Klopp appears unprepared for January window as Liverpool continue to slip

Craig Burley assesses the latest rumours in football, including Man United target Nelson Semedo now being linked to Chelsea.
Steve Nicol gets flustered wondering why Jurgen Klopp left Joel Matip on the bench to start their match against Swansea.

For the first three or four months of the season, Liverpool looked as good as anybody and far better than most. But those heady days of November seem like an awfully long time ago given their spluttering form since, which reached its nadir with a dreadful 3-2 home loss to Swansea City on Saturday.

Jurgen Klopp's men lost much of their sparkle when Philippe Coutinho was struck down by injury at the end of November, but they had just about hung on to stay within touching distance of leaders Chelsea...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Trending: Arsene Wenger charged over official incident vs. Burnley

Arsenal were awarded a controversial penalty in the dying moments to secure all three points and second place in the Prem.
Arsenal were awarded a controversial penalty in the dying moments to secure all three points and second place in the Prem.
Arsenal have now moved into second in the Prem table, but the FC panel are skeptical if anyone can threaten Chelsea.
Arsene Wenger apologises for his tirade after being frustrated with the late penalty awarded to Burnley.

Here are the latest stories for Monday.

ARSENALArsene Wenger has apologised for his behaviour toward the end of Arsenal's dramatic 2-1 win over Burnley, in which he appeared to push the fourth official after being sent to the stands. But the FA has charged him with misconduct.

- Former referees Keith Hackett and Graham Poll are calling for Wenger to get a lengthy ban for pushing the fourth official on Sunday.

Arsenal will be without Granit Xhaka for next month's showdown...

Premier League title race set for dramatic finish despite Chelsea lead

Arsenal have now moved into second in the Prem table, but the FC panel are skeptical if anyone can threaten Chelsea.

But for an Alexis Sanchez penalty, eight minutes into stoppage time, to give Arsenal a 2-1 win against Burnley at the Emirates Stadium on Sunday, Chelsea may well have started planning for their Premier League title parade in SW6.

Until Sanchez denied Burnley a dramatic late point with his contentious spot-kick, it had been the perfect weekend for the Stamford Bridge side.

Before Antonio Conte's players had even kicked a ball, Liverpool had suffered their first home defeat in 12 months, 3-2 against...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Transfer Window: New Carrick needed, plus Costa and Mane back-ups

The ESPN FC crew discuss whether Manchester United's spending plans are on hold.

With the transfer window closing next week, what business still needs to be done at the Premier League's top clubs?

It's been a rather quiet window so far, with plenty of teams requiring a player or two to boost their prospects ahead of a crucial part in the campaign.

ESPN FC's club correspondents and bloggers discuss what their team needs to do in the final days of the transfer window.

ARSENAL: Ship out the deadwood 

Arsene Wenger has been adamant that Arsenal won't be signing anyone, but...

 By Derek Bilton

Underdogs Southampton, Celta Vigo enter cup second legs with slight edge

Claude Puel says his Southampton team are disappointed to not have beaten Liverpool by a greater margin.
The FC panel believe Liverpool are still in good shape despite losing 1-0 to Southampton in their EFL Cup semifinal.
Goals from Juan Mata and Marouane Fellaini sealed up a comfortable win for Man United over Hull in their EFL Cup semifinal.

Wednesday's EFL Cup semifinal second leg between Liverpool and Southampton is deliciously poised. The Saints take a 1-0 first leg advantage to Anfield to face a Reds outfit who have looked out of sorts in recent weeks. Jurgen Klopp's men claimed a creditable 1-1 draw at Old Trafford a week last Sunday but have also suffered defeats to Southampton and Swansea in recent times. Their 3-2 reverse at home to struggling Swansea on Saturday was a shocker as they threw in yet another defensive horror...