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Zlatan Ibrahimovic 'still a big leader' at Manchester United - Paul Pogba

Manchester United's Romelu Lukaku insists he must score goals in the Champions League to be considered one of the best in the world.
Steve Nicol asserts that Victor Lindelof's shaky start to preseason should be of little concern to Manchester United.
Jose Mourinho voices his concern about the injury Ander Herrera picked up during United's ICC clash against Real Madrid.

Zlatan Ibrahimovic may not be a Manchester United player anymore but Paul Pogba says the injured striker is still having a big impact at the club.

The 35-year-old confounded the doubters with an explosive first season at Old Trafford, plundering 28 goals before injury brought his campaign to an abrupt end in April.

Ibrahimovic sustained serious knee ligament damage and will likely be out for the rest of 2017, so it was little surprise that United chose not to extend his huge deal beyond the summer.


 By Michael Cox

Walker, Mendy moves show the sky-high price for a quality full-back

Steve Nicol applauds Manchester City's signing of Benjamin Mendy to strengthen Pep Guardiola's defence.

When Claudio Ranieri's Leicester City won the Premier League in 2015-16, their first-choice full-back pairing of Danny Simpson and Christian Fuchs cost a combined £2 million. As Pep Guardiola's Manchester City attempt to win the Premier League in 2017-18, their first-choice full-back pairing of Kyle Walker and Benjamin Mendy cost a combined £95m.

This is an extraordinary statistic that says so much about so much: the improbability of Leicester's triumph, the sheer amount of money Guardiola...

Chelsea's Tomas Kalas set to rejoin Fulham on loan - sources

Tomas Kalas will play for Fulham on loan against this season, sources say.

Chelsea defender Tomas Kalas is set to rejoin Fulham on loan, sources close to both clubs have told ESPN FC.

Meanwhile, Fulham also announced the signing of Brighton midfielder Oliver Norwood on a season-long loan deal on Tuesday.

Kalas is currently away with Chelsea on their preseason tour of Asia, but the defender is expected to go out on loan when they return to England next week.

A number of clubs, including Hull City have enquired about signing Kalas, but Fulham are confident of bringing the...