Chelsea's lack of consistency up from so far this season seemingly triggered The Blues' boss, Antonio Conte to keep searching for a new striker this January.
After spending quite a lot for Alvaro Morata last summer, Conte's side reportedly are very keen on swooping AS Roma's bomber, Edin Dzeko, who could be available on the market this winter.
Manchester City's 4-3 defeat from Liverpool last weekend seems to trigger hope from Manchester United players, notably Juan Mata who remain confident that his side are still in for a shot at this season's Premier League title.
Manchester United's chance in acquiring Alexis Sanchez from Arsenal this January got bigger with Manchester City's unwillingness to pay the fee Gunners requested.
However, that doesn't mean that Man United have everything under wraps as just yet, since there's apparently an important situation that needs solving first, which is Henrikh Mkhitaryan's future at Old Trafford.
Manchester City's unbeaten run in English Premier League this season finally ended as Pep Guardiola' s men were beaten by Liverpool at Anfield on Sunday.
The match was a thrilling encounter which ended with seven goals as both were showcasing their attacking prowess throughout the full 90 minutes.
Chelsea's ambition to get themselves back into the runners up spot in English Premier League standings temporarily stuck as they were held into a disappointing goalless draw on Saturday by Leicester City.
The big match clash in Carabao Cup Semifinal first leg battle between Chelsea against Arsenal didn't end as exciting as one might expected with both teams failing to show up their qualities for 90 minutes.
Manchester City star midfielder, Kevin De Bruyne continue to showcase his quality at the club, becoming one of their main success key so far this season.
Normally, when a star player is putting on great performances there's always new contract talks going and although admitting the negotiation, De Bruyne claimed that he isn't losing any sleep because of it.
Arsenal's FA Cup defense came to an end at such early stage as Arsene Wenger's boys found themselves getting eliminated by Nottingham Forest on Sunday.
Playing away from home with several changes into their regular squad, Gunners were finding it difficult against their Champioship side opponent.