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Tottenham Hotspur
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AS Monaco
Young Boys
6:45 PM UTC Aug 4, 2015
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Rapid Vienna
6:15 PM UTC Aug 4, 2015
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United's Rafael in Lyon

 By PA Sport

Rafael agrees four-year deal with Lyon, ending his tenure at Man United

Rafael is not one to easily concede possession to the opposition.
Rafael will play for Lyon after completing a move from Manchester United.

Brazilian right-back Rafael has agreed to move to Lyon from Manchester United.

The Ligue 1 club announced the 25-year-old defender will sign a four-year deal, until June 2019.

Rafael was told he could leave United earlier this summer after being left out of the squad for the club's preseason tour of the United States.


 By Andy Mitten

Rafael set to leave Manchester United after falling out of favour

The ESPN FC crew discuss the possibility of Manchester United letting De Gea leave after the 2015 season on a free transfer.
The ESPN FC crew debate which top four Premier League club need to make more signings to challenge Chelsea for the title.
Rafael was a Premier League champion three times with Manchester United.

Of the final Manchester United team selected by Sir Alex Ferguson, in May 2013 at West Bromwich Albion, only two are expected to be in the starting XI against Tottenham Hotspur on Saturday. 

Louis van Gaal has indicated that Michael Carrick and Phil Jones will be in the lineup. Anders Lindegaard, Jonny Evans, Antonio Valencia and Javier Hernandez are still at the club. David De Gea, who didn't play against West Brom but was No. 1 for Ferguson's last season, is still at the club, too, but for...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Pep Guardiola backs Pedro for Man United success should move happen

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.
ESPN FC's Sid Lowe weighs in on the back and forth transfer Saga regarding Pedro, who he contends will be sold.
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.
ESPN FC's Gab Marcotti discusses whether or not Pedro will remain with Barcelona with playing time at a minimum with Lionel Messi, Neymar and Luis Suarez leading the attack.
ESPN FC's Steve Nicol contends that Pedro has no reason to leave Barcelona, and may not be what Manchester United need.

Current Bayern Munich and former Barcelona coach Pep Guardiola said he has no doubt that Barca forward and Manchester United target Pedro can be successful "with any club in the world."

Manchester United manager Louis van Gaal has suggested that his club need to sign a player in the mould of the Spain international, who has a £22 million release clause in his contract at the Camp Nou.

But Guardiola, speaking at his Audi Cup news conference, said Pedro would have no trouble adapting the...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Angel Di Maria's move to PSG a step up from Man United, says Thiago Silva

Manchester United winger Angel di Maria is set to undergo a medical, ahead of a proposed 44 million pound move to Paris Saint-Germain.
ESPN FC's Shaka Hislop breaks down the latest regarding Angel Di Maria and PSG's quest for his signature.
Lucas Moura and Marquinhos are excited by the prospect of playing alongside Angel Di Maria at PSG next season

Thiago Silva says Angel Di Maria will be taking a step up when he leaves Manchester United for Paris Saint-Germain.

Di Maria arrived in Qatar on Monday for his medical ahead of his proposed move after PSG reportedly agreed a fee of £44.3 million to bring the Argentina winger over from Old Trafford.

The former Real Madrid player, 27, was the most expensive signing in the history of British football.

Silva said the Ligue 1 champions only trail Real Madrid and Barcelona among Europe's elite clubs,...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Manchester United's Rafael da Silva in Lyon ahead of proposed move

ESPN FC's Sid Lowe weighs in on the probability of Sergio Ramos staying with Real Madrid and Manchester United turning their attention to Nicolás Otamendi once again.
Former Chelsea man Frank Leboeuf is more concerned with Manchester United's back line than he is with the form of David de Gea.

Lyon expect to sign Manchester United full-back Rafael, the Ligue 1 club's president Jean-Michel Aulas has said.

Rafael, 25, has been told he is not in United manager Louis van Gaal's plans and is free to leave Old Trafford this summer.

Aulas has now confirmed that the Brazilian, who has one year remaining on his contract, is close to sealing a transfer to the French side.