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Pedro set for Man United after first XI guarantee; De Bruyne to Man City?

ESPN FC's Craig Burley discusses Manchester United's reported transfer talk of Pedro as he's not convinced with the Barcelona substitute.

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: Pedro closer to Man United move

Barcelona have made no secret of their desire for Pedro to stay at the Camp Nou this summer, but it seems that the Treble winners will reluctantly sanction his transfer to Manchester United.

The Sun reports that the 28-year-old is on the verge of sealing a £20 million move to Old Trafford following talks on...

 By Chris Wright

Poor goalkeeper with one of the most amazing own goals ever

Take a look at this terrible own goal in a short-sided match as the player kicked the net, rather than the ball.

If you've ever played 5-a-side football, you'll have witnessed more than a few calamities in your time -- missed sitters, howling errors of judgement and enough football-to-the-groin incidents to last a lifetime.

That said, even as proud veterans of the short-format game, we can't ever recall witnessing anything quite this hilarious as this farcical own-goal, as scored by a Scottish team recently.

Glorious. Utterly glorious.

 By Tom Adams

Francis Coquelin the face of a different Arsenal, a silent superstar

Arsene Wenger discusses his teams performance in their Community Shield tie against Chelsea, claiming that although his team played defensive at times after scoring the first and only goal of the match, they did not abandon their philosophy.

It was a sucker punch, but it connected. Roy Keane's scathing depiction of Arsenal's squad as being obsessed with "selfies and six-packs" last week was brazenly gratuitous but, as can be the case with stereotypes on occasion, it came from a position of truth.

Social media's prolific pair Lukas Podolski and Wojciech Szczesny may not be pestering their teammates for snaps this season, having taken their Instagramming talents elsewhere, but the point must be conceded that Arsenal's players do seem rather...

 By Chris Wright

Liverpool spell new signing Adam Bogdan's name wrong on kit advert

Liverpool decided to welcome their latest crop of new signings on board by using their names in an advert to plug the club's new kits.

Christian Benteke, Robert Firmino, Danny Ings, Joe Gomez, James Milner and Nathaniel Clyne were all heralded accurately though that didn't stop the Reds from making a small but crucial error when it came to greeting their new back-up goalkeeper, Adam Bogdan.

 By Musa Okwonga

United need to sign a defender following Sergio Ramos snub

ESPN FC's Sid Lowe weighs in on the probability of Sergio Ramos staying with Real Madrid and Manchester United turning their attention to Nicolás Otamendi once again.

This summer has seen significant activity in the transfer market for Manchester United, with business done in an encouragingly swift and low-key fashion. However, despite the many millions that have been spent, the greatest of question-marks remains over United's defence.

Given some of the eye-catching purchases these last few months, it feels uncharitable to be critical of chief executive Ed Woodward and boss Louis van Gaal. Yet the fact remains that successful title challenges are frequently based...

 By Lee Roden

Gamper Trophy offers Barcelona a glimpse at the past, present and future

Pedro's future is in his own hands, as Manchester United has made their interest in the Spanish player very apparent. Pedro is on contract at Barcelona until 2019, however, his release clause has been reduced dramatically.

Like anything in pre-season the Trofeu Joan Gamper lacks the prestige of a genuine competitive event, but Barcelona's traditional curtain raiser has nonetheless witnessed plenty of noteworthy events in half a century of existence.

First contested in 1966, club legends like Hristo Stoichkov, Ronaldinho and Samuel Eto'o made their debut for the Blaugrana in the competition, the 50th edition of which will play out at the Camp Nou on Wednesday evening when Roma come to town.

Named after club founder...