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Chelsea make shock move for Spurs defender Rose, Man Utd want Pepe

Danny Rose could be set to move to the other side of London.

As always, Transfer Talk has its finger on the pulse when it comes to all the latest rumours and gossip. See all the latest deals here.

TOP STORY: Chelsea make shock Rose move

Just as everyone in the football world expected Augsburg left-back Baba Rahman to show up at Stamford Bridge clutching a Blues jersey, Chelsea have made a surprise bid for Tottenham's Danny Rose.

According to the Mirror, Chelsea have asked Spurs to name their price for Rose and are believed to be willing...

Five burning questions that will shape the 2015-16 Ligue 1 season

Former French international Frank LeBouef discusses the expectations for Paris Saint-Germain ahead of the 2015/16 Ligue 1 season.

Ligue 1 returns on Friday, as champions Paris Saint-Germain travel to Lille. The Parisians are again favourites in France, as they take aim at a fourth consecutive league title.

Whether anyone will be able to stop PSG will be Ligue 1's over-arching story, but there are several other key questions that will have serious effects in French football in 2015-16.

Will the gambles pay off?

The biggest transfer of the summer in France is without doubt the pending arrival of Angel Di Maria to PSG,...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Football's zaniest characters - Ibrahimovic, Alves, Luiz, Balotelli

Football can on occasion be taken a little too seriously. Thank goodness, then, for the game's stars who bring a smile to fans' faces.

Here, we've picked 10 of the most eccentric still plying their trade.

Dani Alves

Dani Alves wig Brazil Barcelona
Barcelona and Brazil right-back Dani Alves wears his heart on his sleeve when on the pitch, while off it he is not afraid to push the fashion boundaries.

Andrey Arshavin

Andrey Arshavin camera Euro 2008 Russia v Netherlands
Former Russia and Arsenal forward Andrey Arshavin is not one to take football too seriously, as evidenced by the manner in which he often plays the game with a shrug of the shoulders.

Mario Balotelli

Mario Balotelli why always me
Whether it's driving his camouflage car about town or revealing his latest celebration, Liverpool and Italy striker Mario Balotelli is never too far away from making the headlines.

Antonio Cassano

Antonio Cassano Italy France underwear pants Euro 2008
Here's a photograph of Antonio Cassano celebrating Italy's 2-0 win over France in Euro 2008. That is all.

Emmanuel Eboue

Eboue Emmanuel Nicklas Bendtner Arsenal training
A changing room including former Arsenal wing-back Emmanuel Eboue (left and top right) is unlikely a dull one. Speaking of Arsenal, it would be remiss not to mention the ego of Nicklas Bendtner (left) and the outspoken Emmanuel Frimpong (bottom right). What a trio.

Zlatan Ibrahimovic

Zlatan Ibrahimovic
The thing about Zlatan Ibrahimovic is he is so imposing that whether you find a joke he's made funny or not, you'd still force a laugh. There's also the scenario that the self-assured PSG and Sweden star was not actually joking.

Stephen Ireland

Ireland Stephen celebration tattoo
Former Manchester City midfielder Stephen Ireland has owned a £100,000 fish tank. He has also dropped his shorts when celebrating a goal.

David Luiz

David Luiz wide eyed celebration angry World Cup 2014 Brazil
Incident rarely seems far away from David Luiz when he and his excellent haircut are on the field for PSG or Brazil. The Ligue 1 champions landed an absorbing character when they paid Chelsea £50 million for his signature, as well as an unpredictable defender.

Thomas Muller

Muller Thomas lederhosen crowd
Thomas Muller takes his football very seriously. You only need to watch him wildly celebrate a tap in to see that. When the final whistle has gone, though, a more jovial side of his character comes to the fore -- whether it's donning lederhosen or rallying the Bayern crowd with a megaphone.

Alex Song

Alex Song
Just look at those light up shoes (bottom right) on Alex Song and tell us you'd not look forward to his arrival at training each day.

Wayne Rooney leads Man United into the new season with high hopes

Wayne Rooney talks exclusively to ESPN FC about leadership and captaincy.

THE FIRST THING you notice when Wayne Rooney walks into the room is his physique. Three months short of his 30th birthday, the Manchester United captain looks lean and focused as he prepares to lead his side into the 2015-16 season. Some footballers, especially in pre-season, are bouncy and over-excitable, like kids on their first day back at school. Rooney is more like a boxer before a big fight. He's polite, but businesslike. He wants to get started.

"I'm as hungry to do things and win things...

 By Peter Thorne

West Ham injury curse threatens farewell season at Upton Park

With the Hammers largely overachieving in the first half of last season's Premier League campaign, it would seem the West Ham will be looking for consistency.

If Slaven Bilic was hoping for an extended honeymoon period at Upton Park, then he has obviously underestimated the size of the task he faces.

In West Ham's final season in Green Street, the pressure on the Croatian to ensure that club move into the Olympic Stadium in Stratford as a solid Premier League outfit is a given. Any flirtation with the relegation places will press a panic button of seismic proportions. Add the insistence of the Hammers faithful that the team play attractive and attacking...

 By Chris Wright

FM2015 fan simulates 1,000 years of football - Sheffield United are the best

Sheffield United are set to go on an impressive trophy run in the next 1,000 years.

For reasons we won't even pretend to fathom, one Football Manager 2015 fan has simulated the future of English football -- 1,000 years of future, to be specific.

After letting his manager "go on holiday" for 58 days straight, the gamer published his results on Reddit recently with the data revealing, perhaps a little surprisingly, that Sheffield United are set to emerge as the most dominant footballing force over the next millennium.

In fact, the Blades won the Premier League title on no more that...