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ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Manchester United to lose £15m on Angel Di Maria departure?

ESPN FC's Frank Leboeuf believes that Angel Di Maria would be the perfect replacement for Lavezzi, who has struggled to replicate his form from Napoli.

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: United to lose £15m on Di Maria deal?

Angel Di Maria's sorry Manchester United career is coming to an expensive end for both the player and the club, according to the Daily Express.

The paper reports that the Argentina international will finally complete a £44m move to Paris Saint-Germain -- at a loss of over £15m on United's initial...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Chelsea, Man City, Arsenal or Man United -- which club has most to do?

The FC TV panel have had their say, but what do you think? Vote now!

The start of the Premier League season is just eight days away but the transfer window will remain open for some four and a half more weeks and it is the issue of squad-building that forms the basis of our debate this week:

Most to do in the remainder of the transfer window?

Defending champions Chelsea have had a relatively quiet summer. Only Radamel Falcao and Asmir Begovic have been added to Jose Mourinho's squad, while Didier Drogba, Petr Cech and Filipe Luis have all left Stamford Bridge.

At £49 million, Raheem Sterling's move from...

Theo Walcott has plenty to prove at Arsenal after signing new contract

Arsene Wenger is fully focussed on Arsenal's Community Shield clash with Chelsea on Sunday.

When Theo Walcott signed his last Arsenal contract in 2013, he was in a position of power.

Robin van Persie had left the previous summer to Manchester United. The season before that, Cesc Fabregas and Samir Nasri went to Barcelona and Manchester City respectively. Walcott was the last star on the books -- he knew it and Arsenal knew it, so his departure was simply not an option for the club.

Walcott held out until January, when he could have signed for any European club on a free, then put pen to...

 By Simon Curtis

Manuel Pellegrini in final preparation to get Man City on the title trail

Manuel Pellegrini insists Raheem Sterling will justify his £49 million fee this season at Manchester City.

Although it would seem Manchester City's spending has not yet finished this summer, manager Manuel Pellegrini will be closing in on his chosen side for the season opener at West Brom on Monday Aug. 10

Being once again selected for the first Monday night fixture of the season means the Blues will start from the very first game of the campaign playing catch-up on the rest of the runners and riders. While the psychological effect after one game can only be minimal, City will already know they need...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Can Clint Dempsey's return boost the Seattle Sounders?

MLS All-Stars captain Kaka believes their 2-1 victory over Tottenham is significant for Major League Soccer.
Before Clint Dempsey's suspension and involvement in the Gold Cup, he was on fire with seven goals and six assists in 12 matches.

Sounders hope Dempsey's return galvanizes them

Remember when the Seattle Sounders were the clear top team in all of Major League Soccer in 2015?

At one point, they were running through opponents with their lethal combination of Clint Dempsey and Obafemi Martins up top, aided by the midfield talents such as Lamar Neagle, Marco Pappa, Osvaldo Alonso and Gonzalo Pineda. There was a point when the question wasn't if they would win, it was by how much?

Those times seem very long ago. Seven weeks ago,...

 By Steven Kelly

Liverpool trip to Finland brings back memories of UEFA Cup and Euro glory

ESPN FC's Dez Corkhill and Jason Dasey say Liverpool still have question marks over their attack.

Liverpool's penultimate preseason match will be a game in Finland that will be a caustic reminder of better times.

HJK Helsinki will be the opposition on Saturday but the venue is of more importance, since it was in the Olympiastadion back in 2001 that the club's adventures in the Champions League began.

It was a very important moment for a club that because of the ban after the 1985 Heysel disaster and the continental failings of Graeme Souness and Roy Evans, had added little to its rich European...