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LIVE: Van Gaal to sell De Gea to Real

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ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

David De Gea to Real Madrid finally on as Louis van Gaal agrees to sell

The ESPN FC crew weigh in on David De Gea's proposed move to Real Madrid.

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: Van Gaal to sell De Gea to Real Madrid

The Premier League season is a week away and Manchester United could yet start their campaign without David De Gea.

The transfer saga surrounding the Spaniard has become tedious in the extreme but we may finally have a resolution -- because Spanish paper AS says Louis van Gaal is ready to sell the goalkeeper.

News...

 By David Amoyal

Mario Balotelli, Zlatan Ibrahimovic, Edin Dzeko and more rumours rated

Di Maria to PSG looks close, Manchester United sweat on De Gea and Drogba joins MLS
Lucas Moura and Marquinhos are excited by the prospect of playing alongside Angel Di Maria at PSG next season
Jose Mourinho refuses to fuel transfer rumours, declining to comment on suspected left back signing, John Stones, a week ahead of the start of the season.

There's lots of talk and speculation but, when it comes to transfers, how do you separate fact from fiction? David Amoyal looks at some of the current rumours and predicts how likely the proposed moves are to actually happening. 

Mario Balotelli to Lazio: 40 percent

The Liverpool striker has been linked to Sampdoria and Bologna but doesn't fit their salary parameters. This week his agent Mino Raiola offered him to Lazio, a club that qualified for the preliminary round of the Champions League...

No use forcing Di Maria to stay at United if he's given up the fight

Lucas Moura and Marquinhos are excited by the prospect of playing alongside Angel Di Maria at PSG next season.

When rumours first started linking Angel Di Maria with a move to Paris St-Germain, it was easy to dismiss it as mere gossip.

The idea that United could sell their all-time most expensive signing just a year after he joined for £59.7 million seemed ludicrous. For all the criticism Di Maria received for his first and likely only season in the Premier League, it's important to note that he did play some part in helping United get back in to the Champions League.

Without question, he melted away...

 By Lee Roden

Barcelona and Luis Enrique need to choose Adama's next move wisely

In an exclusive interview with ESPN Deportes, Barcelona president Josep Maria Bartomeu says he has received no bids for Pedro.

When it comes to wide players, Barcelona's track record with academy products hasn't exactly been stellar in recent years.

Since Pedro Rodriguez established himself as a key figure in the Pep Guardiola era a number of noteworthy young wingers have attempted to cross the road between the Miniestadi and the Camp Nou, but none have managed to successfully complete the journey.

Electric but ultimately underwhelming, Cristian Tello quickly discovered that raw pace wasn't enough at the very highest level...

Arsenal's luck against Chelsea could change in the FA Community Shield

ESPN FC's Steve Nicol insists that the Community Shield showdown between Arsenal and Chelsea will be an important match, particularly for the two managers, but as usual, Craig disagrees.

The Community Shield may be the Premier League's curtain-raiser, but Jose Mourinho wasn't all that interested in further raising the profile of the match, as his Chelsea champions prepare to face the FA Cup holders Arsenal on Sunday.

"I think it's in between," the Portuguese manager said in his Friday media conference, referencing the warm-up games of the last few weeks. "It's not a friendly like against Barcelona, Paris Saint-Germain, or Arsenal against Wolfsburg. It's more than that, but it's...

 By Chris Wright

Manchester United hark back 90s with new home kit

With two weeks to go until the new season kicks off, Manchester United have finally got round to unveiling their new home kit for 2015-16 -- the first offering of the club's record-busting 10-year, £750 million supply deal with Adidas.

The new home kit harks back to the kits Adidas produced for United in the 1980s and early 1990s, with a few stylistic flourishes borrowed directly and intentionally from said classic strips.

The launch event was centred around the theme of "breaking expectations"...