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United to spend after Di Maria exit

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Man United to use Angel Di Maria sale for high-profile replacement?

Rumours are abound that Angel Di Maria could leave Manchester United for PSG as soon as this week, after the Argentine failed to catch a flight to meet up with his team-mates in San Jose.

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: Man United earmark Di Maria cash for new Galactico

Louis van Gaal is a man with a plan. Despite having spent around £80 million during the current transfer window, the Manchester United manager has confirmed that he is eyeing a "Galactico" signing. The Daily Star reports that the £46 million or so set to come in Angel Di Maria's impending...

 By Mark Lovell

Four straight Bundesliga titles a big challenge for Bayern

The ESPN FC crew discusses Arturo Vidal's move to Bayern Munich and the impact he will have at the Allianz Arena under Pep Guardiola.

Before opening the season on August 14, Bayern Munich are overwhelming favourites to win an historic fourth straight Bundesliga title success. The record German champions won three consecutive titles in the 1970's, 80's and 90's. Given that Bayern have amassed Bundesliga 24 titles in only 52 attempts, perhaps it's an opportune time to ask why the Bavarian machine has found four in a row so elusive.

Bayern first sealed three in a row in the early 70's -- in the halcyon days of legends Paul Breitner,...

 By Andy Mitten

Michael Carrick remains key for Manchester United's midfield

Goals from Wayne Rooney, Jesse Lingard and Adnan Januzaj lifted Manchester United to a 3-1 win over Barcelona in the International Champions Cup.

CHICAGO -- If Michael Carrick feels threatened by the arrival of top-class midfielders at Manchester United, he's not showing it. The 33-year-old has made 379 appearances since arriving at Old Trafford from Tottenham in 2006, and this season he will be joined in the midfield ranks by Bastian Schweinsteiger and Morgan Schneiderlin.

"You want the best players here, and it's good for the squad," Carrick told ESPN FC after United's 3-1 preseason victory over Barcelona on Saturday in Santa Clara. "Basti...

 By Phil Lythell

Unsung Willian still with room to improve

ESPN FC's Paul Mariner feels Jose Mourinho's comments are to fire up his players following the continued influx of money being spent by Premier League clubs, but Craig Burley is not surprised that clubs are now "buying titles."

Within Chelsea's squad over the last few years, by far the most competitive area has concerned the attacking midfield. The high turnover of players in that department and the myriad options for successive managers has formed the basis for the new approach in Chelsea's play -- one based upon craft and finesse in place of power and force of will.

Despite the constant churn of options behind the main striker, some constants remain. Eden Hazard has risen to become the most dazzling individual at the...

 By Tom Marshall

Five things we learned about Mexico during the Gold Cup

The ESPN FC crew react to reports that Mexico boss Miguel Herrera punched a journalist following their Gold Cup win, but Craig Burley is not finding too many positives in their record seventh Gold Cup title.

PHILADELPHIA -- Mexico's summer ended on a bright note on Sunday by lifting the Gold Cup, following disappointment at the Copa America, the Under-20 World Cup and Women's World Cup.

El Tri managed to ride out the criticism on its journey to defeat Jamaica 3-1 in the final in Philadelphia, but issues clearly remain and the fall-out is set to rumble on.

Here are five things learned from Mexico's bumpy but triumphant 2015 Gold Cup.

1. Controversy not going anywhere, even in victory

Mexico coach...

El Tri hot list: Jesus Corona on the rise, while Hector Herrera struggles

ESPN FC's John Sutcliffe and Tom Marshall address Mexico's record seventh Gold Cup title, following their 3-1 win over Jamaica in the final.

It wasn't pretty, but Mexico somehow found a way to collect the 2015 Gold Cup title. Amid the controversies, pressure, and player injuries, El Tri emerged battered and tired, but with a trophy in hand as well.

Now, looking back, we have a chance to reflect and examine some of the best -- and worst -- individual performances from Mexico's roster in the North American tournament.

Warming up

Andres Guardado -- Midfield

Why he's here: Guardado was easily Mexico's best player of the Gold Cup. The...