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Chelsea make shock move for Spurs defender Rose, Man Utd want Pepe

Danny Rose could be set to move to the other side of London.

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: Chelsea make shock Rose move

Just as everyone in the football world expected Augsburg left-back Baba Rahman to show up at Stamford Bridge clutching a Blues jersey, Chelsea have made a surprise bid for Tottenham's Danny Rose.

According to the Mirror, Chelsea have asked Spurs to name their price for Rose and are believed to be willing...

 By Chris Wright

FM2015 fan simulates 1,000 years of football - Sheffield United are the best

Sheffield United are set to go on an impressive trophy run in the next 1,000 years.

For reasons we won't even pretend to fathom, one Football Manager 2015 fan has simulated the future of English football -- 1,000 years of future, to be specific.

After letting his manager "go on holiday" for 58 days straight, the gamer published his results on Reddit recently with the data revealing, perhaps a little surprisingly, that Sheffield United are set to emerge as the most dominant footballing force over the next millennium.

In fact, the Blades won the Premier League title on no more that...

 By Steven Kelly

Liverpool's past, present and future puts pressure on Christian Benteke

Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgers discusses the club's summer transfer activity after a 1-1 draw against a Malaysia XI in the capital, Kuala Lumpur.
Liverpool's all-time leading goalscorer Ian Rush tips Christian Benteke to take his new squad to the next level this season.

New Liverpool forward Christian Benteke took just 47 minutes to open his account with a brilliantly taken volley in their final preseason match against Swindon Town on Sunday.

The level of opposition was duly noted but there was still a collective purr from Merseyside that could be heard as far as Fiji. After much talk of manager Brendan Rodgers having to adopt a more direct, physical style to fully accommodate his new £32.5 million striker, the goal even had embittered cynics nodding their...

 By Chris Wright

Bournemouth's Sylvain Distin doesn't know or care about football

Sylvain Distin has made more appearances than any other foreign outfield player in England.

Despite having more mileage on his clock than your average clapped-out Vauxhall Vectra, it would appear that Sylvain Distin really doesn't know an awful lot when it comes to football -- not that he's remotely concerned.

The 37-year-old defender, who recently signed for newly promoted Bournemouth, was given an intense grilling by The Sun recently and quickly proved that while, he loves to play football, he really doesn't have a clue when it comes to the trivia of his chosen trade.

When asked which...

 By Chris Wright

Former Newcastle striker Faustino Asprilla reunited with his lost horse

At long last, we can all sleep easy in our beds, safe in the knowledge that Faustino Asprilla has been reunited with his missing horse.

The £43,500 horse, named Lucas, has been missing since April 17 when Asprilla reportedly gave it away to a friend at a county fair.

According to The Guardian, the former Newcastle striker allowed his friend to ride Lucas in the parade at the Buga Fair but forgot to retrieve it.

Asprilla was subsequently forced to put up a £1,090 reward for the nag's safe...

 By Chris Wright

Aston Villa fan makes 4,000-mile trip to donate season tickets

Prior to his season-ending injury in April, Ciaran Clark had excelled in defence for Villa.
Aston Villa have attracted a far flung fan to Villa Park.

Aston Villa fan Michael Cappuccitti is about to go above and beyond the call of duty ahead of the new season.

Michael, who hails from Toronto, is making the 4,000-mile trip to Villa Park to watch his adopted side's first home game of the season, against Manchester United on Aug. 14.

Before he makes the trip home again after the game, Michael is planning to donate not one but four season tickets to underprivileged local children who otherwise wouldn't be able to afford to attend any Villa games this...