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Manchester City, Manchester United trying to beat Chelsea to John Stones?

ESPN FC's Dan Thomas and Craig Burley discuss the recent reports that Everton have turned down another Chelsea bid for John Stones.

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: City, United join Chelsea chase for Stones

With sources telling ESPN FC on Wednesday that Chelsea have seen an improved bid of £26 million for John Stones rejected by Everton, the Mirror reports that Manchester City are ready to join the race for the 21-year-old centre-back.

While City would reportedly rather let Stones have another full season...

Sinclair and Wilson among Premier League's next breakthrough players?

With aging defenders and money to spend, Chelsea have their eye on John Stones, and ESPN FC's Gabriele Marcotti says it's a necessary investment.
There are big expectations for Liverpool's Jerome Sinclair, left, Chelsea's Bertrand Traore, middle, and Manchester United's James Wilson, right, this season.

Star names and big-money signings may hog the headlines but fans are also frequently fascinated by the young players with the talent to build their reputations at their club. Terry Burton, the former Wimbledon manager, Arsenal head of development and West Brom technical director, tips five Premier League boys to break through to the big time this season and two more who are not far behind:

1. Jerome Sinclair, 18, forward, Liverpool

A lot of people would look at Jordon Ibe as someone ready to make...

Rooney can shoulder responsibility as Manchester United's lead striker

Manchester United manager Louis van Gaal addresses the growing rumours of Angel Di Maria nearing a move to Paris Saint-Germain.

The departures of Robin van Persie and Radamel Falcao over the summer mean the goalscoring burden falls firmly on Wayne Rooney at Manchester United once more. Manager Louis van Gaal talked up the possibility of signing a "surprise" striker before the transfer window comes to a close, and while that may still come to fruition; United, at the time of writing, head into the season with Rooney as the primary frontman.

Supporters, though, needn't be too downbeat about it. While the prospect of signing...

 By Andy Mitten

Louis van Gaal and Manchester United are content but face more work

Manchester United manager Louis van Gaal addresses the growing rumours of Angel Di Maria nearing a move to Paris Saint-Germain.
Manchester United lost for the first time in the International Champions Cup against Paris Saint-Germain by a score of 0-2.

CHICAGO -- Sir Alex Ferguson stood talking to Laurent Blanc, like two old friends united for a brief moment. It was a scenario that happens often in football: Rival players and coaches snatch a handshake in a tunnel or before they get on a coach with peers they see frequently through the prism of the media, but seldom in person.

Ferguson caught up with Paris Saint-Germain manager Blanc, who played for Manchester United from 2001-03, after the French side had won a friendly between the two teams 2-0...

Manchester United preseason tour reveals improving squad still has holes

ESPN FC's Dan Thomas and Craig Burley discuss Manchester United manager Louis van Gaal's recent comments on Luke Shaw, and how this might be Shaw's breakout season.

One popular explanation for why Manchester United finished fourth last season was because of the substandard quality of the defence. The counter argument to that was to look at how few goals the team conceded (37), which was one more than Arsenal, one fewer than City and just five more than champions Chelsea.

So, if it couldn't be the fault of the defence, then the attack must be to blame. There were certainly more statistics to support this argument, with United scoring just 62 goals, their second-lowest...

 By Ian Darke

Premier League season preview from Arsenal to West Ham

In an exclusive interview with ESPN FC's Shaka Hislop, Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho says letting Petr Cech go to Arsenal was tough but Thibaut Courtois is one of the top three goalkeepers in the world.

Until the transfer window shuts, it is hard to get too dogmatic about how the Premier League season will unfold. But right now Chelsea look solid bets to retain their title. Manchester City are always more dangerous when fighting to regain the crown, but is their defence good enough? Arsenal should get closer with their array of creators. Yet somehow they always hit a bad patch and fail to sustain a challenge. Signing Petr Cech in goal will not on its own change that. Manchester United have splashed...