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ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Man United to use Angel Di Maria sale for high-profile replacement?

Rumours are abound that Angel Di Maria could leave Manchester United for PSG as soon as this week, after the Argentine failed to catch a flight to meet up with his team-mates in San Jose.

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: Man United earmark Di Maria cash for new Galactico

Louis van Gaal is a man with a plan. Despite having spent around £80 million during the current transfer window, the Manchester United manager has confirmed that he is eyeing a "Galactico" signing. The Daily Star reports that the £46 million or so set to come in Angel Di Maria's impending...

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Eden Hazard better than Cristiano Ronaldo last season - Jose Mourinho

The ESPN FC crew talk De Gea's future, Klinsmann's job security and debate whether Hazard or Neymar is the better player.

Eden Hazard had a better season last year than Cristiano Ronaldo, according to Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho.

Ronaldo has long cemented his place among the top two players in the world alongside Barcelona's Lionel Messi.

But despite scoring 61 goals in all competitions last season for Real Madrid, Los Blancos failed to win any major trophies, and Mourinho said that fact drops his fellow Portuguese to the world's No. 3.

"I think so," Mourinho told the Guardian. "I don't like players or managers...

Real Madrid 'optimistic' Sergio Ramos will stay at club, says Rafa Benitez

ESPN FC's Sid Lowe discusses Sergio Ramos' future with Real Madrid, citing the troubles he could face if the club definitively will not let him leave.
Rafa Benitez discusses his pleasure with his sides performance in a 3-0 win in their ICC match against Inter, but knows there is room to improve.

Real Madrid are "optimistic" that defender Sergio Ramos will remain at the club, coach Rafa Benitez said on Monday.

A reported target of Manchester United, Ramos met with Real president Florentino Perez on Sunday to discuss his future.

The 29-year-old, who started in Monday's 3-0 triumph over Inter Milan in Guangzhou, China, is set to extend his contract with Real beyond his current deal, which expires in June 2017.

When asked about Ramos' meeting with Perez, Benitez said after the game: "I...