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ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

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 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...

Arsenal must mount a serious Premier League title challenge in 2016

Former Arsenal man Paul Mariner contends that Jose Mourinho and Arsene Wenger need to end their little feud and shake hands.

Arsenal will be looking to mount a serious title challenge in 2015-16 after falling short in previous seasons. Here's a look at what to expect from Arsene Wenger's men as we approach the new campaign ...

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After two consecutive FA Cup victories, Arsenal must make the leap to lifting one of the big two -- the Premier League or the Champions League.

Biggest concern

The worry is always the same -- injuries. Although at the back end of last season the squad appeared unusually robust, there's always...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Arsene Wenger: Arsenal's 10 greatest moments under the French boss

Arsene Wenger has spent 19 years at Arsenal and helped turn the club into one of the best in Europe with his focus on fitness, shrewd transfer nous and attacking mentality. Here, we look at some of his best moments at the club.

10. Move to the Emirates Stadium, 2006

Arsenal Emirates Stadium exterior.
The Emirates Stadium has become the gold standard for new stadium projects.

9. Beating Inter Milan 5-1 at San Siro, 2003

Henry
Thierry Henry inspired Arsenal to a rout of Inter Milan that ended with five goals.

8. Beating Real Madrid at the Bernabeu, 2006

Henry netted a stunning goal in the last-16 first leg Champions League victory over Real Madrid in the Bernabeu.

7. Back-to-back FA Cups vs. Hull and Villa, 2014 and 2015

Wenger had not won a trophy for nine years, but ended that drought by defending the FA Cup.

6. Reaching the Champions League final, 2006

Jens Lehmann was sent off during Arsenal's Champions League final defeat against Barcelona in 2006.
Arsenal made it to Paris to face Barcelona in the UCL final, but Jens Lehmann saw red early on and they lost 2-1.

5. Sylvain Wiltord seals...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Mario Balotelli, Angel Di Maria among Premier League's worst finishers

Some players found it almost impossible to find the back of the net when a chance was presented to them in 2014-15. In fact two players in particular couldn't even muster a single goal. Here, we run through the most wasteful players of the last Premier League season.

The qualifying criteria is a minimum of 30 shots (excluding blocked shots).

Angel Di Maria
Craig Gardner
Scott Arfield
Jonjo Shelvey
Ross Barkley
Willian
Ryan Mason
Mario Balotelli
Jesus Navas
Fabian Delph