Eddie Howe will miss his first Newcastle game, Chelsea are reportedly in talks with Fofana, and Steven Gerrard will play his first Villa match – all the latest news.

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Updates on Eddie Howe’s first Newcastle game, Chelsea’s ‘Fofana transfer talks,’ and Steven Gerrard’s first Villa match

Due to a positive Covid-19 test, EDDIE HOWE will miss his first game as Newcastle manager this weekend.

Instead, as the Magpies host Brentford, Howe will conduct team meetings via FaceTime from his hotel room.

Newcastle are also making preparations for the January transfer window, with reports linking them with Inter Milan’s Marcelo Brozovic and Bayern Munich’s Niklas Sule.

Meanwhile, Erling Haaland is currently out of commission due to injury, but that hasn’t stopped speculation about his future.

A number of Premier League clubs are reportedly circling Dortmund’s star player, with reports in Spain claiming that Real Madrid expects him to move to England next.

Romelu Lukaku has returned to training after a recent injury, putting him in contention to play this weekend for Chelsea.

According to reports, the Blues have resumed talks with Leicester City defender Wesley Fofana ahead of a possible summer transfer.

Below you’ll find the most recent football news, updates, and transfer rumors…

WEST HAM 0 WOLVES

Is the Hammers’ bubble about to burst, or are there multiple bubbles?

Raul Jimenez’s goal has put David Moyes’ side 1-0 down going into the second half.

West Ham will suffer a setback in their pursuit of a top-four finish.

For £100,000, David Sullivan rented a private jet for Michail Antonio to fly back from Jamaica.

CRYSTAL PALACE BURNLEY 3-3

Burnley and Crystal Palace appear to be the match of the day, rather than Liverpool v Arsenal.

It’s three goals apiece fifteen minutes into the second half, after five goals in the first.

In the 49th minute, Maxwel Cornet scored an equalizer.

In the second half, everything is on the line.

BRIGHTON 0-0 ASTON VILLA

Following an entertaining first half, Aston Villa and Brighton are goalless at Villa Park.

Under new manager Steven Gerrard, Villa have looked good, but the Seagulls had the best chances.

Marc Cucurella’s ball was missed by Ezri Konsa in the half-hour mark, and Leandro Trossard’s effort from a tight corner was palmed away by Emiliano Martinez.

During stoppage time, Martinez had to make another big save when Jakub Moder stole the ball down the left flank and delivered a cross that ricocheted towards Tariq Lamptey at the far post, but his effort was blocked by the Argentine.

BRIGHTON XI vs ASTON VILLA

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2 Lamptey, 5 Dunk, 24 Duffy; 14 Lallana, 13…

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