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...
Luis Enrique has said Barcelona will only allow players to leave if their release clause is met as Pedro continues to be linked with a move to Manchester United.
Sources told ESPN FC late last week that United were set to begin negotiations for Pedro, and Catalan newspaper Sport reported on Wednesday that the Spain winger, who made only 25 starts in all competitions last season, has decided to leave.
However, both Sport and AS have reported that United are yet to make a formal offer, and Luis Enrique...
Zinedine Zidane believes Angel Di Maria is the kind of player Paris Saint-Germain need to challenge for the Champions League with the Manchester United man set to join the Ligue 1 champions.
Di Maria, 27, is reportedly poised to join PSG in a €63 million deal, significantly bolstering the French club's squad as their Qatari owners continue the pursuit of their ambition of developing a European football heavyweight in the French capital.
Having stumbled at the quarterfinal stage in the last...
Adnan Januzaj has shown he has the ability to answer Manchester United's striker shortage this season, according to manager Louis van Gaal.
Januzaj, 20, was only given seven league starts by Van Gaal last season and is yet to score a competitive goal under the Dutchman.
The Belgium international has spent much of his Old Trafford career operating as a winger, but scored as a substitute in United's 3-1 win over Barcelona in Santa Clara on Saturday as Van Gaal used him as a centre-forward and deployed...
Thomas Muller "will never leave Bayern Munich," the club's CEO Karl-Heinz Rummenigge has told Sport Bild.
Muller, 25, has attracted interest from Manchester United, with the Premier League club reported to have had a €100 million bid turned down this summer.
Bayern intend to keep the Germany international for the long-term, with Rummenigge outlining that talks over extending his existing contract, which expires in 2019, will take place soon.
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"Thomas Muller is not for sale," Rummenigge said....