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Read five of the biggest transfer targets ahead of the January transfer window.  *Paulo Dybala* Arsenal have a plethora of midfielders but lack numbers in central defence and attack and Arsene Wenger is attempting to sign Argentine striker Paulo Dybala in January to improve his side’s goalscoring threat.  Olivier Giroud has been injured for most of the season and Danny Welbeck is not a natural scorer so the Gunners have been indebted to Alexis Sanchez’s goals so far this term.

England suffered their fifth successive defeat on Saturday as they made it a dirty dozen of games against IRB’s second ranked side South Africa without a win.But just how far are England away from reaching their southern hemisphere counter-parts?   @BradJSharp   Five defeats in a row, the first time since 2006, and just two wins from 13 matches against the southern hemisphere giants for Stuart Lancaster of course does not make good reading for England fans; especially as the Rugby World Cup comes to Twickenham in just under a year’s time.

By Bradley Sharp

England taking on the reigning world champions New Zealand was always going to be a tall order.Following a 21-24 loss on Saturday at a packed-out Twickenham Stuart Lancaster insisted his side were ‘not far away’ from the All Blacks and could reduce the gap in time for next season’s Rugby World Cup.

By Bradley Sharp