Get stoked for what’s to come with their timeless debut album, Whatever People Say I Am, That’s What I’m Not: It’s been three years since we’ve heard from the Arctic Monkeys. After touring in support of their fifth studio LP AM in 2013, the band members redirected their focuses to side-projects. But now, the British rockers have shared the news that they are indeed writing a new album. While only in the beginning processes, this news is very exciting as the band returns home to Sheffield, England to write the new album.According to a tweet from BBC’s Shamir Masri, “Alex Turner [said] during an interview for BBC Sheffield [that] they are coming back to Sheffield to pen a new album… It IS happening!” While the process might be slow, it’s definitely in the works — as the tweets below indicate. The boys are back in town!Arctic Monkeys back in Sheffield. Buzzing man gotta get the new album out now @monkeysquote #arcticmonkeys #sheffieldissuper pic.twitter.com/TVvPmEx2Ti— Tom (@1892AnfieldRoad) December 9, 2016
Out? Anderson – Click the arrow for more – It should come as little surprise to see the Brazilians name included in this list, such has been his omission from the Red Devils plans this season. Anderson is yet to reach anywhere near his full potential and is very much on his final chance following Louis van Gaals demands that he get fit. The 26-year-old hasnt featured since August and it looks likely that he will be shipped out sooner, rather than later. 5 5 Out? Javier Hernandez – Click the arrow for more – Okay, so Hernandez is already half out of the door, as he enjoys a loan spell at Real Madrid, but the Mexican could make that move permanent as early as January. The striker has asked for clarification of his future role at Old Trafford should he return and with that looking incredibly bleak at this stage, dont be surprised to see him pursue a switch. 5 In? Kevin Strootman – Click the arrow for more – Perhaps the most intriguing story of the winter window from a Man United perspective at least will surround Kevin Strootmans future. The Dutchman is known to be a favoured player of boss Louis van Gaal and a move to Old Trafford looks to be on the cards. With Michael Carrick turning 34 at the end of the season, and Ander Herrera not yet the finished article, United need polished quality in the middle and Strootman would provide exactly that. talkSPORT were recently told that the AS Roma star has shaken hands on a switch. It has been a turbulent few months for Man United. A raft of injuries throughout the squad has plagued the Red Devils early season, but a recent run of four wins in a row has seen them climb from mid-table to the top four, placing them within touching distance of Southampton and Man City.For all of Louis van Gaal’s impact since being named United boss though, there remains a feeling among supporter that this is a side that is still very much a work in progress.An eye-watering £150m summer recruitment programme illustrated that perfectly, but with the winter transfer window rapidly approaching, don’t be surprised to see further movement from the club.But who could arrive and more importantly, who could go? talkSPORT takes a look…Click the arrow above for Man United’s January ins and outs. 5 In? Ron Vlaar – Click the arrow for more – Strongly linked with a move away from Aston Villa in the near future, Ron Vlaar is arguably exactly what Man United need to strengthen their shaky defence. Vlaar is out of contract in the summer, but it has been heavily reported that Villa are open to cashing in on the Dutchman should they received a reasonable fee in January. However, interest from elsewhere in the top flight could see competition for his signature. 5 Out? Ashley Young – Click the arrow for more – The England man may have found more frequent game time in recent weeks, but he is still very much a squad player at Old Trafford. A combination of fierce competition and loss of form have seen his opportunities limited, and should Louis van Gaal look to upgrade his options in wider positions, Young could be on the chopping block.