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

After a disappointing 2014-15 season Liverpool seem destined to aim for a Champions League spot, rather than a league title.
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...

 By Chris Wright

Aston Villa fan makes 4,000 mile trip to donate season tickets

Prior to his season-ending injury in April, Ciaran Clark had excelled in defence for Villa.
Aston Villa have attracted a far flung fan to Villa Park.

Aston Villa fan Michael Cappuccitti is about to go above and beyond the call of duty ahead of the new season.

Michael, who hails from Toronto, Canada, is making the 4,000 mile trip to Villa Park to watch his adopted side's first home game of the season, against Manchester United on Aug. 14.

Before he makes the 4,000 mile trip home again after the game, Michael is planning to donate not one but four season tickets to underprivileged local children who otherwise wouldn't be able to afford to attend...

Dhar on striking a balance between resurgent I-League and glitzy ISL

I-League chief executive Sunando Dhar says the proposed single league will need to embrace the best qualities of India's two professional competitions.

It's a case of when rather than if. So, when India's two professional leagues become one in the next few years, how can the nation's football bosses keep the majority of fans happy to ensure that the sport continues to grow?

According to I-League chief executive Sunando Dhar, the key will be to embrace the best qualities of both the established I-League and the Indian Super League (ISL) -- the glamorous, new kids on the block.

"Football is all about fans," Dhar told ESPN FC from his office in New...

 By Uli Hesse

How the Bundesliga ended up with 18 teams and why it won't change soon

Christian Heidel's push for Bundesliga expansion would bring in more money but at a price to the league.

Ever since the Premier League announced its monster new television deal in February, the Bundesliga is talking about money. To be exact: about how to generate more of it. Christian Heidel, the business manager at Mainz, has used this debate to re-introduce an idea that has been making the rounds for more than ten years: the prospect of adding two more teams to the Bundesliga.

The first leading club representative to seriously suggest this was Eintracht Frankfurt chairman, Heribert Bruchhagen....

 By Alex Shaw

Ashley Young shows Angel Di Maria how to fight for Manchester United

ESPN FC's Craig Burley says 2015-16 is a pivotal campaign for Manchester United boss Louis van Gaal.

The tattoo on Ashley Young's arm -- "If it's not worth fighting for, it's not worth having" -- neatly summarises his and Angel Di Maria's attitude toward playing for Manchester United.

Young and Di Maria have both seen their Old Trafford careers come under threat but while one has chosen to fight the challenge head on, the other appeared to give up, suggesting the chance to become the latest iconic No. 7 was not worth the bother.

Unforgivably, PSG-bound Di Maria failed to join up with his United...

Louis van Gaal needs to mount serious title challenge after United spending

Manchester United legend Peter Schmeichel says Louis van Gaal's men should sustain a title challenge this season.

Louis van Gaal has spent big money at Manchester United and after finishing fourth, it's time for him to mount a serious title challenge. Here's a look at what to expect from United as we approach the new campaign ...

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After finishing seventh under David Moyes, United have spent around £300 million since Louis van Gaal took over. Fourth was the bare minimum last season and after another summer of spending, Van Gaal needs to justify the huge outlay. He will also have to negotiate the...