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ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Manchester City chase Gabriel Jesus, Ivan Rakitic to quit Barcelona?

ESPN FC's Paul Mariner discusses the latest transfer rumour revolving around Barcelona's Ivan Rakitic.

With the summer transfer window upon us, rumours are picking up steam. Transfer Talk has its finger on the pulse when it comes to the latest gossip. Follow our live blog below, and see the latest deals here.

Top story: Man City chase Gabriel Jesus, Rakitic to quit Barca?

Manchester City are in talks to sign Brazilian sensation Gabriel Jesus, a source in South America has told ESPN FC's Peter O'Rourke. City are hoping to beat a host of top clubs including Manchester United, Real Madrid, Barcelona...

 By Simon Curtis

Man City's friendly vs. Man United in China a unique challenge for Guardiola

The FC crew breakdown how they see the rivalry between Pep Guardiola and Jose Mourinho unfolding in the teams' first meeting.
ESPN FC's Raphael Honigstein addresses Manchester City's interest in Leroy Sane.

Fresh off their inaugural defeat to Bayern Munich, Manchester City have already moved the bandwagon on to China for their next match, when they face arch rivals Manchester United in the International Champions Cup in Beijing's famous National Stadium -- also known as the Bird's Nest -- on Monday.

This will be the very first Manchester derby played outside England. The furthest the fixture has moved in the past is Bramall Lane, Sheffield and the new Wembley Stadium for the semifinal of the FA...

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What's trending: England hire Sam Allardyce, Man Utd lose to Dortmund

Alison Bender looks at the stats of new England boss, Sam Allardyce, and examines what he can bring to the squad.
The ESPN FC crew react to the hiring of Sam Allardyce as the new England manager.

Here are the latest stories for Friday.

ENGLAND: Sam Allardyce has left Sunderland to become the new England manager, the Football Association (FA) has announced. He will take charge for England's 2018 World Cup qualifiers, which begin with a trip to Slovakia on Sept. 4.

- Meanwhile, the Young Lions' run at the Under-19 European Championship came to an end following a 2-1 semifinal defeat to Italy.

INTERNATIONAL CHAMPIONS CUP: The ICC kicked off on Friday, with Borussia Dortmund handing Manchester...

Man City manager Pep Guardiola surprises young fan in taxi

A seven-year-old Manchester City fan was given the surprise of his life when he climbed into the back of a taxi to find Pep Guardiola waiting to meet him.

Braydon Bent thought he was simply meeting City TV presenter Les Chapman for a club website video but was shocked to discover the new City boss sitting in the back of his black cab.

After getting over the initial shock, the youngster filled in the Catalan coach as to what he can expect from life in England, including the notorious wet Manchester...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

What's trending: Sam Allardyce set for England, Gotze rejoins Dortmund

The ESPN FC crew weigh the pros and cons of Sam Allardyce as he looks set to take the England job.

Here are the latest stories for Thursday.

ENGLAND: Sunderland manager Sam Allardyce will be appointed England manager within the next 24 hours, sources tell Press Association Sport.

Chelsea's new boss Antonio Conte is pleased that Allardyce may get the chance to become England manager.

SPAIN: Spain have appointed former FC Porto coach Julen Lopetegui as manager. Vicente del Bosque left the national team after losing to Italy 2-0 in the round of 16 at Euro 2016.


 By David Mooney

Pep Guardiola and Manchester City upbeat despite Bayern loss

Pep Guardiola has given an update on Manchester City's pursuit of Leroy Sane.

Manchester City's warmup to 2016-17 kicked off on Wednesday evening with a 1-0 defeat to Bayern Munich, but the positive for new manager Pep Guardiola was that the performance of his second string side was fairly good.

Still hastily assembled at this stage of the summer, City's starting XI was made up mainly of a mixture of youngsters and fringe first-team players. Oleksandr Zinchenko was the only new signing on show, though it's likely he's one for the future at just 19.

The team that finished...