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ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Van Persie agrees Fenerbahce move; Arturo Vidal set for Real Madrid

ESPN FC's Shaka Hislop believes Manchester United's Robin van Persie can rediscover his best form in a less physically demanding league.

With the summer transfer window now open, join us for the latest updates from across Europe. Find all completed transfers here if you're looking to catch up with the latest deals.

TOP STORIES: Van Persie agrees Fenerbahce move

A report appearing in both The Guardian and Turkish-football.com claims Manchester United striker Robin van Persie has agreed terms on a move to Fenerbahce, citing a source close to the Turkish club.

Javier Hernandez injury a cruel setback to the striker and Mexico

With Javier "Chicharito" Hernandez's recent injury against Honduras, the ESPN FC panel debate whether or not Mexico even need him at the Gold Cup.

Mexico's 0-0 draw against Honduras on Wednesday was a disappointment in more ways than one.

Their struggles against a physical Honduran attack don't bode well for the upcoming Gold Cup tournament and even worse, the game resulted in an injury to the team's leading active scorer, Javier "Chicharito" Hernandez.

The injury occurred in the 40th minute when Hernandez collided with Honduras defender Brayan Beckeles. "The fracture of the right collarbone has been confirmed clinically," said Mexico...

Terry, Walcott, Carrick and Van Persie available in 2016 as deals expire

The transfer window is open and the ESPN FC crew look at the possible ins and outs in the Premier League.

The summer transfer market is already being shaped by players whose previous clubs proved unable or unwilling to keep them when their contracts were expiring.

Steven Gerrard, Frank Lampard, Didier Drogba, James Milner, Danny Ings and Glen Johnson have all moved on this summer and the window next year will be no different.

As a host of players enter the final year of their deals, coveted footballers can find themselves in an even more enviable position when they are able to enter the market without...

 By Musa Okwonga

Phil Jones' new deal at Man United proves Louis van Gaal's faith in him

ESPN FC's Sid Lowe reacts to recent reports that Sergio Ramos is trying to force through a transfer to Manchester United.

So Phil Jones has signed a new contract that will keep him at Old Trafford until 2019. This is a deal that, at one point in Jones' Manchester United career, would have been widely celebrated. Now, though, there is a sense that he still has much work to do.

This is partly because his time at the club, like that of his fellow centre-backs Jonny Evans and Chris Smalling, has been frustratingly punctuated by injury. It is also because of something that manager Louis van Gaal, in discussing this new deal,...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

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...

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...