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ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Thomas Muller linked to Man United again; Di Maria set for PSG?

ESPN FC's Gab Marcotti gives his read on the likelihood that Manchester United's Angel Di Maria joins PSG this summer.

Most players in Europe have now made their way back to their clubs for the start of preseason training, meaning that the rumour mill has cranked up a gear as teams plan their campaigns in earnest. As always, Transfer Talk has its finger on the pulse when it comes to all the latest rumours and gossip.

TOP STORY: Man United linked to Muller amid Di Maria exit rumours

Sport1 reports that United are preparing a monster €82 million bid for Thomas Muller, and that there have already been talks...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Thomas Muller linked to Man United again; Di Maria set for PSG?

ESPN FC's Gab Marcotti gives his read on the likelihood that Manchester United's Angel Di Maria joins PSG this summer.

Most players in Europe have now made their way back to their clubs for the start of preseason training, meaning that the rumour mill has cranked up a gear as teams plan their campaigns in earnest. As always, Transfer Talk has its finger on the pulse when it comes to all the latest rumours and gossip.

TOP STORY: Man United linked to Muller amid Di Maria exit rumours

Sport1 reports that United are preparing a monster €82 million bid for Thomas Muller, and that there have already been talks...

 By Simon Curtis

Manchester City must be aggressive in signing top players this summer

Enes Unal is the main signing for Man City so far but the club must secure guaranteed star power.

Manuel Pellegrini has spent the past two weeks in his homeland, watching and commentating on Chile's dramatic progress through to a first-ever Copa America title. Having touched base with his family and enjoyed the splendid arcing views along the seafront at Valparaiso, his short working summer holiday has now come to an abrupt end.

Touching down in a damp, grey and by now familiar Manchester will not have required a change of overcoat from the Chilean mid-winter, but a change of attitude it...

 By Chris Wright

Cristiano Ronaldo personally returns lost mobile phone to rightful owner

While we're not exactly talking "Hangover"-level pandemonium here, Cristiano Ronaldo certainly enjoyed an unusual night while frittering away the last remaining dregs of his summer holiday in Las Vegas over the weekend.

As documented by various social media posts, the Real Madrid man happened across a lost phone at one point during his stay.

Being the thoroughly decent chap he is, Ronaldo immediately set about returning the misplaced device to its rightful owner.

Competition returns to Egyptian Premier League as Zamalek near crown

Zamalek are on pace to secure their first Egyptian Premier League trophy since 2004.

In the four years since the Egyptian Revolution, every facet of that country -- from politics to personal lives -- has been torn apart, and that includes football. For the first time in its history, the Egyptian Premier League was not completed in 2011-12, leaving the country without one of its greatest constants. History repeated itself in 2012-13.

Perhaps comfortingly, when the league resumed in the 2013-14 season, it was as though nothing had changed. Record title-holders Al-Ahly continued...

 By Michael Cox

Chile's Copa America final win came after yet another low-scoring final

The ESPN FC panel evaluate the Copa America final between Chile and Argentina, as Chile won their first major title.

Last weekend, there were two major international football finals. On Sunday, the United States won the Women's World Cup with a sensational 5-2 victory over Japan. A day earlier, Chile won the Copa America on home soil with a penalty shootout victory over Argentina following a 0-0 draw.

The contrast in the style of those matches served as a timely reminder that international finals in the men's game are rarely spectacular affairs. In fact, it's become extremely unusual to see both teams scoring in...