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Trending: Pogba to seal Man United return

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ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Trending: Paul Pogba set to complete move to Man United from Juve

Sources have told ESPN FC that Man United have agreed a fee for Paul Pogba.
ESPN FC's Shaka Hislop does not necessarily feel Man United or Real Madrid would best suit Paul Pogba.

Here are the latest stories for Friday.

MAN UNITEDUnited and Juventus have finally agreed all of the details on Paul Pogba's world-record transfer, sources have told ESPN FC, with the midfielder set to undergo a medical to complete the move to Old Trafford.

- Henrik Larsson has backed his former Sweden teammate Zlatan Ibrahimovic to be a success at Manchester United.

GERMANY: Captain Bastian Schweinsteiger has announced his retirement from international football.

ARSENAL: Arsene...

 By Mark Worrall

Antonio Conte building Chelsea to satisfy Abramovich's demands

Antonio Conte says Juan Cuadrado could have a key role to play at Chelsea this season.

Chelsea's new boss Antonio Conte continues to reinforce the belief the Blues will mount a serious challenge for domestic honours in 2016-17.

This week Chelsea chairman Bruce Buck underlined the ambition at Stamford Bridge to return to the top swiftly after last season's debacle. "There is a huge determination to make sure we are challenging for honours next season," said Buck, whose credentials as a Chelsea supporter predate his involvement as Roman Abramovich's lawyer in the deal that saw...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Trending: Jurgen Klopp unsure Liverpool will make more signings

Liverpool's Jurgen Klopp says every player in his squad will have an influence on the upcoming season.
Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp reveals the reason behind sending home defender Mamadou Sakho.

Here are the latest stories for Thursday.

LIVERPOOL: Jurgen Klopp says he's unsure if Liverpool will bring in more players this summer. He continued: "To develop a team never ends so, you have only result, result, result, but then you will have to again decide. That's how it is. So we will see." WATCH VIDEO

- Klopp has claimed he is "cooler" on the sidelines than fiery Chelsea boss Antonio Conte. "I saw him actually at the European Championships and, yeah, he was quite emotional [and] I...

 By Phil Lythell

Loftus-Cheek impresses in preseason as Conte runs rule over Chelsea stars

Antonio Conte gave his reaction following Chelsea's win over Liverpool in preseason.

A victory for Chelsea over Liverpool is always welcome so this week's 1-0 win at the Pasadena Rose Bowl in the International Champions Cup will be gratefully received by supporters.

More importantly, the friendly clash between the two Premier League heavyweights will have given manager Antonio Conte another opportunity to analyse his squad and provide fans with a glimpse into the Italian's ideas.

The most noticeable factor at the start of the game was the position of Ruben Loftus-Cheek as the primary...

Five things we learned from Chelsea's win over Liverpool as Cesc sent off

New signing N'Golo Kante must be prepared to be included in Chelsea's squad rotation under Antonio Conte.

Chelsea picked up a second consecutive preseason win in their biggest test to date, beating Liverpool 1-0 in Pasadena, California thanks to a towering Gary Cahill header.

From the scene of the 1994 World Cup final -- where new Blues boss Antonio Conte watched on in agony from the substitutes' bench as Italy succumbed to Brazil -- here are five things we learned from the Rose Bowl.

1. Conte's system taking shape

By now it is clear that Antonio Conte wants to use a 4-4-2 system, and his instructions...

Old friends Cech, Drogba to square off when Arsenal meet MLS All-Stars

Petr Cech is excited to face former teammate Didier Drogba and believes the challenge will benefit his team.

SAN JOSE, Calif. -- Didier Drogba remembers the goal well.

The date was Oct. 25, 2003, and Drogba's Olympique de Marseille side was taking on Stade Rennes in France's Ligue 1. The man in goal for Rennes that day was one Petr Cech. As Drogba describes the goal, he twists his body and strikes an imaginary ball with his right foot. It was an insurance tally in what proved to be a 2-0 win for L'OM.

"It was a nice goal, actually," he said following a practice for Thursday's MLS All-Star Game (7:30...