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ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Chelsea make shock move for Spurs defender Rose, Man Utd want Pepe

Danny Rose could be set to move to the other side of London.

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: Chelsea make shock Rose move

Just as everyone in the football world expected Augsburg left-back Baba Rahman to show up at Stamford Bridge clutching a Blues jersey, Chelsea have made a surprise bid for Tottenham's Danny Rose.

According to the Mirror, Chelsea have asked Spurs to name their price for Rose and are believed to be willing...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Man United target Pedro will decide own future - Barcelona's Luis Enrique

ESPN FC's Sid Lowe says that Pedro has proven he can play an important role for FC Barcelona, despite the fact that the forward "lacks the talent" of his superstar teammates.
In an exclusive with ESPN Deportes, Barcelona president Josep Maria Bartomeu revealed that there has been no official bid for Pedro and that the squad is complete.

Luis Enrique has reiterated that he wants Pedro to stay at Barcelona but said the decision will be solely down to the player.

Pedro, 28, has been strongly linked with Manchester United and AS has reported that negotiations for the Spain international began on Monday.

While there have been conflicting claims as to whether Pedro's contract contains a clause permitting him to leave for €30 million, it has been widely reported that the Spain international would be allowed to move on if Barca received...

Ashley Young agrees new Manchester United contract - sources

Manchester United winger Ashley Young insists that everyone on the team has been hand picked to play because they're born winners.
The ESPN FC panel debate whether or not Angel Di Maria will make PSG serious Champions League contenders this season and also speak about Zlatan Ibrahimovic's future in Ligue 1.
Former Chelsea man Frank Leboeuf is more concerned with Manchester United's back line than he is with the form of David de Gea.

Manchester United winger Ashley Young has agreed a new three-year contract at Old Trafford, sources have told ESPN FC.

Young, whose current deal has entered its final year, had begun preliminary talks over a renewal last season but he said in July that he had yet to agree an extension

However, he has now accepted the club's offer and the England international is expected to put pen to paper later this week.

The 30-year-old enjoyed one of his best seasons for the club in 2014-15,...

Manchester United's Jesse Lingard a Newcastle target - sources

ESPN FC's Craig Burley previews Newcastle United's 2015/16 Premier League campaign, where he feels new boss Steve McClaren will have plenty of experience to offer.

Newcastle are ready to step up their interest in Manchester United attacker Jesse Lingard, sources have told ESPN FC.

Newcastle boss Steve McClaren is a huge admirer of Lingard having signed him on loan from United last season when he was in charge of Derby County.

He impressed during his loan stint at Derby and McClaren believes the attacking midfielder would prove to be a valuable addition to his squad at Newcastle.

Lingard, who signed a new deal at Old Trafford in February, started in Lous van...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Harry Kane can be one of world's best - Spurs boss Mauricio Pochettino

The ESPN FC crew discuss how Tottenham's Harry Kane will fare in the 2015 season.
Tottenham head coach Mauricio Pochettino is pleased with Harry Kane's maturity and his ability to handle the pressure of being a high profile player.

Mauricio Pochettino says reported Manchester United target Harry Kane is "delighted to stay" at Tottenham Hotspur, and backed him to become of the world's best strikers.

Kane, 22, enjoyed a breakthrough season with Spurs in 2014-15, scoring 31 goals and earning his first senior call-up to the England national side.

That form led to speculation linking the player with a £40 million move to United, but Pochettino says there is no longer any question that the Spurs youth product could leave White...