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Trending: Man City still want Alexis Sanchez as spending passes £200m

Jonathan Smith brings you the latest from Manchester City's pre-season tour in Los Angeles including their £120 million investment in full-backs.
The guys respond to your tweets about top prospects, Arsenal midfielders and pressure on Mourinho and Guardiola.

Tuesday's latest stories from the world of football in ESPN FC's What's Trending...

MAN CITY: City have completed the signing of Monaco full-back Benjamin Mendy from Monaco, with sources saying the deal could be worth up to £52 million -- a record for a defender -- and takes their spending past the £200m mark.

- City are still hopeful of signing Alexis Sanchez, but may be forced to switch their top attacking target if Arsenal maintain their position that he is not for sale.

- ESPN FC's...

 By Chris Wright

Tottenham's Harry Kane nails 50-yard field goal in visit to New York Giants

With Tottenham Hotspur in town for a friendly against Roma, Harry Kane seized the opportunity to spend the day training at the New York Giants' Quest training facility in East Rutherford, New Jersey.

A massive NFL fan, Kane tried his hand (and foot) at a few training drills, including a huge 50-yard field goal attempt.

Even without his boots on, the Spurs striker nailed his long distance effort which, in football terms, would be roughly equivalent to clearing the crossbar with a shot from the halfway...

 By Chris Wright

Jose Mourinho crashes Jesse Lingard interview on Man United tour

Manchester United and Real Madrid played out a 1-1 draw inside 90 minutes at the Levi's Stadium in Santa Clara on Sunday, with Jesse Lingard scoring the only goal for the former.

The friendly was subsequently settled on penalties, with United just about managing to pip Real Madrid 2-1 in the laughably low-scoring shootout.

At training the following day, Lingard gave an interview to MUTV in which he was asked to assess his side's performance.

After loitering in the background for several seconds,...

A football transfer saga: The highs and lows of doing a deal, in GIF form

Jurgen Klopp had some fun with a journalist in regards to how immensely the transfer market has changed over the years.

It's the heart of the transfer season with tens of millions of pounds changing hands every day. We asked Iain Macintosh to talk us through a transfer via the medium of the GIF.

Talk of the town

When the football season ends, there isn't much to do except gossip about football. Or watch tennis. So let's gossip. Who needs what? Who wants to leave? Who's ready for a big move? Who's got money to spend? Keep throwing combinations of players and clubs together and, by the law of averages, you're bound...

Arsenal should sell Oxlade-Chamberlain if no new deal is agreed

Former Arsenal star Stewart Robson gives his thoughts on Alexis Sanchez's situation.

Outwardly, Arsenal are bullish about their intentions for their three contract rebels this summer.

Alexis Sanchez, Mesut Ozil and Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain have thus far failed to put pen to paper on proposed new deals, and could all leave the club for free next summer. Nevertheless, Arsene Wenger has repeatedly insisted they won't be sold. He's right to fight for Ozil and Sanchez -- having dropped out of the Champions League, it would be another huge blow for Arsenal to lose either of their stars....

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West Ham's summer signings of proven talent hint at brighter future

Stewart Robson is happy to see Joe Hart back in England but insists the goalkeeper has a lot to prove this season.
Stewart Robson assesses the pros and cons of a Javier Hernandez move to West Ham.

"Quality over quantity" is West Ham United's transfer market priority this summer, according to joint-chairman David Sullivan last week. An unfortunate misspelling on the club's website, since amended, had originally quoted Sullivan as wanting "quantity over quality".

The slip served as a fitting description of last summer's dealings, when 13 players came in and failed to make the team any better. The sole undeniable success was Manuel Lanzini, who had already spent the previous season on loan...