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Van Gaal has returned the arrogance that once propelled Man United

The ESPN FC panel respond to Wayne Rooney's suggestion that Manchester United are only a few signings away from challenging for the Premier League title next season, while Shaka Hislop indicates they need to sign a marquee striker.

It's too early to judge whether Manchester United are on their way back to the summit of English football, but they've certainly got their old swagger back. From the noises coming out of Old Trafford, you'd think that the club had only just missed out on the title in May and was now regrouping in anticipation of another tilt.

This weekend, Ryan Giggs echoed Louis van Gaal's contentious view that United were "close" last season with such confidence that you actually have to stop to remind yourself...

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Manchester City to challenge United for Sergio Ramos' signature?

ESPN FC's Gab Marcotti responds to the reports suggesting Sergio Ramos' move away from Real Madrid and believes it's highly unlikely.

The rumours are gaining momentum and, in many instances, credibility. Transfer Talk has the latest news as the summer window nears.

Manchester clubs in scrap for Sergio?

Transfer Talk kicks off Monday with a tasty rumour mill morsel, with word that we may be about to see a cross-Manchester battle for Sergio Ramos.

The Real Madrid defender, you will recall, is a target for Manchester United in a deal that may or may not involve United goalkeeper David De Gea going to the Bernabeu.

But, in a twist...

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Manchester United want Edinson Cavani-Angel Di Maria exchange deal

Colombia head coach Jose Pekerman believes Edinson Cavani can have no complaints after his red card in the quarterfinal defeat to Chile in the Copa America.

The rumours are gaining momentum and, in many instances, credibility. Transfer Talk has the latest news as the summer window nears.

Di Maria out, Cavani in at United?

Edinson Cavani's time at Paris-Saint Germain has been mostly spent in the shadow of Zlatan Ibrahimovic, so it's perhaps little surprise that his name continues to be part of the rumour mill.

The Star reports that Manchester United are ready to offer Angel Di Maria to PSG in a straight swap for the Uruguay international striker, who...

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Are Manchester United struggling to sign new players ... again?

The ESPN FC crew respond to your questions in regards to whether or not players are using Manchester United as a decoy, what Chelsea must do in the transfer market and more.

Real Madrid's Sergio Ramos, Bayern Munich's Bastian Schweinsteiger, Southampton's Morgan Schneiderlin, Monaco's Fabinho are this week's potential arrivals at Manchester United, along with Benfica's Nicolas Gaitan, a player first linked with Old Trafford as far back as 2011. That lot joins at least 25 other rumoured transfers.

"[Mats] Hummels £36 million, [Nathaniel] Clyne of Southampton £15 million, [Paul] Pogba £75m, [Gareth] Bale £120 million...and Jackson Martinez of Porto...

 By Chris Wright

Robin van Persie has a dip in the pool with Andrea Pirlo and Daley Blind

As is the case with many of his colleagues, Robin van Persie is currently sunning it up on his summer holidays before having to get back to the nitty-gritty of preseason preparations.

Having already displayed his deep-sea fishing prowess with a mighty shark catch earlier in the week, Van Persie chose to let off further steam with an impromptu dip in the pool with a few of his footballing buddies.

Along with Dutch compatriots Daley Blind and Stefan de Vrij, the Manchester United star, who has been...

Sergio Ramos signing would soften the blow of De Gea departure at Man Utd

The ESPN FC panel respond to your tweets on Arsenal's chances of winning the Premier League if they sign Morgan Schneiderlin and Petr Cech and whether Sergio Ramos is worth the cash.

Contrary to what every new Manchester United signing will tell you this summer, the club is not currently the biggest in the world. It may be the biggest in England and certainly one of the more prestigious clubs in Europe, with a fascinating history and impressive trophy cabinet, but it's foolish to claim that they're top dog.

Yes, United's average attendance is bigger than Real Madrid's, despite their stadium having around 10,000 fewer seats, but Forbes places the Spanish giants on top of their...