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Live Reporting

By Ben Collins and Alex Bysouth

All times stated are UK

  1. Until next time...

    Yes, it's time for us to leave you but fear not... our FA Cup live is about to kick-off as non-league Barnet host Championship Brentford, so make sure if you're still craving that football fix to pop on over there.

    As well as our live text commentary, BBC Radio 5 live will be bringing you the action straight from The Hive, so stick on t'wirless or tune in online.

    And of course the fifth round draw is coming to you live on the BBC Sport website and on BBC One from 19:00 GMT!

    Don't say we don't spoil you. And in that spirit, we''ll sign off with the best goals of the round so far...

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    Video caption: FA Cup: Best goals from the fourth round of the FA Cup
  2. Battle of the Bees to come

    One big game still to come in the FA Cup fourth round tonight, looks like the Barnet fans are buzzzzzzing for it. (Sorry...)

    Tim Luxford: Fancy our chances as we have absolutely nothing to lose, no shame in going for it and not winning. Up the (proper) Bees!

  3. Ball in Chelsea's court?

    Alistair Magowan

    BBC Sport at Stamford Bridge

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    Video caption: Hudson-Odoi doubles Chelsea's lead

    Chelsea are on new ground here, and in some ways Chelsea Hudson-Odoi is forcing Chelsea to re-evaluate what they stand for.

    How do they come up with reassurances about playing time when they have never had to do so in the past? Telling a manager who to pick is unlikely to go down well with Maurizio Sarri, who has already been picking fights with some of his players.

    It all seems to point in the direction of the teenager leaving for Bayern.

    Despite that - and there are reports that the German club might be willing to up their valuation to £40m - the ball is still believed to be in Chelsea's court.

    Perhaps they can still come up with a solution to keep Hudson-Odoi at the club until the end of the season, by which time they may be able to demonstrate how important he is to them.

    There are now four days for Chelsea to make their next play on this.

    But if they are to keep the youngster at Stamford Bridge, they will have to rise to the occasion in much the same way Hudson-Odoi himself did against Sheffield Wednesday.

  4. 'Most difficult week in my career'

    Cardiff City

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    Video caption: Warnock on 'most difficult week of career' after Sala disappearance

    If was an emotional news conference earlier for Cardiff boss Neil Warnock, who says the disappearance of Emiliano Sala has led to his worst week in football.

    A privately funded search for Sala and pilot David Ibbotson continues after the plane carrying the 28-year old disappeared last Monday near Guernsey.

    Cardiff return to action at Arsenal in the Premier League on Tuesday.

    "I've been in football management now for 40 years and it's by far the most difficult week in my career by an absolute mile," Warnock said.

  5. Oxford to be sent out on loan?

    West Ham United

    Manuel Pellegrini said that West Ham won't be making any new signings in January, adding: "We have injured players coming back and they will help us in some positions.

    "We have Ryan Fredericks back and Manuel Lanzini can be available in three weeks or one month more and he is a very important player.

    "The other players I cannot say exactly when they will be back, but it will not be less than one month."

    On Reece Oxford: "He has the option to continue improving and he must go on loan or be sold because he needs the experience."

  6. Morata joins Atletico on loan


    Meanwhile, Chelsea striker Alvaro Morata has joined Spanish club Atletico Madrid on loan until the end of the 2019-20 season.

    The 26-year-old joined Chelsea from Real Madrid in July 2017 for a then club-record fee of £60m on a five-year contract.

    He has made 47 Premier League appearances for the Blues, scoring 16 times.

    Morata played for Atletico as a youngster before joining Real Madrid.

    He had a medical in Spain on Sunday.

  7. Jonny set for permanent Wolves deal?


    Defender Jonny Castro Otto is currently on loan at Wolves from Atletico Madrid, but the 24-year-old could reportedly be set to join the Premier League side on a permanent deal.

    Here's what boss Nuno Espirito Santo had to say: "We are pleased and very happy with him. He is very happy to be here.

    "He has to work hard, stay focused knowing other people take care of other business. Our job is to train and compete.

    "Myself and Jonny only need to be focused on what's happening on the pitch and will be focused for the game tomorrow.

    "He is very happy here, has his family here. Nothing has changed."

  8. Get Involved

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    Henry, Abingdon: Get the mighty Barry Hayles back to Stevenage immediately! I think he's still playing part-time. Goal scoring legend and top bloke.

    Yes, Henry wins this game! Barry Hayles, absolute Borough legend... boing, boing!

  9. Everton reject Gueye bid


    Everton boss Marco Silva was speaking earlier and says the Toffees have rejected an offer from Paris-St-Germain for midfielder Idrissa Gueye.

    The 29-year-old, who joined the Toffees from Aston Villa in 2016, has reportedly been the subject of a £21.5m bid from the French champions.

    "My opinion is the same as the club's, and we rejected the offer," Silva said.

    "He is one player we do not think to lose in this market. Of course, after some moments it can become a matter of money.

    "From my point of view he is a really important player for us."

    Gueye's deal with Everton runs until June 2022 and he has played in 20 of the side's 23 league games this season.

    Idrissa Gueye
  10. Two in for Arsenal?


    Arsenal boss Unai Emery was coy on whether the club want to sign Inter Milan winger Ivan Perisic, and he was also asked about Barcelona's Denis Suarez: "The same, this is not easy and the message is the club is working on different players and the possibility if it can be is good for us.

    "We are looking at two different players and the possibility they can come. If they aren't coming to help us like we want, I prefer they don't come.

    "I know it's not easy. We were speaking two months ago about this possibility (of not making a signing in January)."

  11. Schalke interested in Matondo

    Simon Stone

    BBC Sport

    Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola has confirmed Schalke have made contact with the club over 18-year-old Wales winger Rabbi Matondo.

    Matondo is rated at around £10m, with RB Leipzig also rumoured to be interested in the player, who has made four appearances for City in the EFL Trophy this season.

    "They are interested in another young player," said Guardiola.

    "I know how good he is. He is an incredibly fast winger, and a young talent. It shows this club is working well."

    Earlier this month City sold Brahim Diaz to Real Madrid in deal that could be worth £22m.

  12. Post update

    We heard from plenty of Premier League managers earlier, let's have a look back at the best transfer lines to come from today's news conferences...

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    Jane, Blackpool: Sami Hyypia to play alongside Van Dijk while Gomez is out.

    Stuart Bolden: Stan Bowles ... a fantastic advert for a brilliant footballer with no lifestyle discipline at all .. to play as one of the best attacking midfielders QPR have had.

    Matt: Tony Adams, Sol Campbell or Patrick Vieira - Any one of the three would be great for the Arsenal right now.

  14. Shved having Celtic medical

    Kheredine Idessane

    BBC Sport Scotland

    Maryan Shved is closer to joining Celtic, with manager Brendan Rodgers saying the winger was having a medical.

    Rodgers revealed last week that the club were in talks to sign the 21-year-old Karpaty Lviv player, who has been capped once by Ukraine.

    "There's a medical that's going on so hopefully over the next few days that can be organised," said boss Rodgers.

    "Then he'll come back to here and we'll have a look and talk through what his development plan would be."

    Asked whether there would be any other players in before Thursday's transfer deadline, Rodgers replied: "Maybe, there might be."

  15. Racism a problem 'across society' - Millwall chief executive

    Racism isn't "just a Millwall thing" but is a problem "across society", says club chief executive Steve Kavanagh.

    Millwall supporters could be heard using a racist term that is derogatory to the Pakistani community during Saturday's 3-2 FA Cup win at The Den.

    The Football Association and the Metropolitan Police are investigating.

    "If a person has gone and bought a top that says Millwall, does that make me responsible for that person? Or is society responsible for them?" he said.

    Speaking to BBC Radio 5 Live's Nihal Arthanayake, Kavanagh added: "Let's face it: our society is having a bit of a rough time at the moment and people are having a go at each other about various different things.

    "There is a rise in racism so you will never win this, because there are always people who aren't educated.

    "This isn't just a Millwall thing, this happens across society. You try and tell me there hasn't been this sort of chant at another club this season in this country - I won't believe you.

    "It's an issue that is out there in society. We will take responsibility for our guys, but let's find a way to try and work together to find different solutions to get this education piece across."

  16. Get Involved - re-sign a former player

    #bbcfootball or text 81111 (UK only)

    Matt, Cambridge: Bring back Dion Dublin to Cambridge! We desperately need goals and simply was the best striker we ever had!

    Rob, Guisborough: Re sign Juninho, we're crying out for a creative midfield genius now at the Boro and the little fella would fit the bill.

    Matt, Bristol: Rickie Lambert back at Bristol Rovers.. would solve that relegation worry!

  17. Welcome to Barnet...


    World Cup winners Sergio Busquets, Thomas Muller and Ronaldinho have all trained there - as well as Neymar.

    Their turnover of managers in the past five years is one of the highest in English football and the current boss was described as one of the most tattooed players in Britain.

    Welcome to non-league Barnet - the lowest ranked club remaining in this season's FA Cup.

    Having stunned Sheffield United - 84 places above them on the league ladder - in the third round on 6 January, the National League side are looking for a second Championship scalp when Brentford visit The Hive tonight (19:45 GMT).

    Read more from Neil Johnston as one of the most tattooed bosses in English football attempts to ink an FA Cup upset.

  18. Bolasie to get Premier League loan?

    Daily Mirror

    Meanwhile, across Stanley Park...

    Everton and DR Congo winger Yannick Bolasie has told the club he wants a loan move to another Premier League side after cutting short his stay at Aston Villa.

    Newcastle, Burnley and Cardiff are looking at the 29-year-old, says the Mirror.

  19. Rabiot to the Reds?

    The Sun

    Ding, ding. Gossip alert.

    Paris St-Germain's France midfielder Adrien Rabiot has rejected Tottenham because the 23-year-old wants to join Liverpool instead, according to the Sun.

  20. Lehmann joins Augsburg

    Need a safe pair of hands? FC Augsburg have turned to former Arsenal and Germany goalkeeper Jens Lehmann...

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