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Trending: Pogba to seal Man United return

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ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Trending: Paul Pogba set to complete move to Man United from Juve

Sources have told ESPN FC that Man United have agreed a fee for Paul Pogba.
ESPN FC's Shaka Hislop does not necessarily feel Man United or Real Madrid would best suit Paul Pogba.

Here are the latest stories for Friday.

MAN UNITEDManchester United have agreed to pay Juventus' €120 million (£101.3m) asking price for Paul Pogba, sources have told ESPN FC, and are now hoping to come to an agreement over the final fees in order to clinch the deal by this weekend. It could even be done by Friday.

- Henrik Larsson has backed his former Sweden teammate Zlatan Ibrahimovic to be a success at Manchester United.

LIVERPOOL: Jurgen Klopp is...

Arsenal's Premier League rivals' spending is 'quite scary' - Wenger

The ESPN FC crew discuss the impact of Arsenal's shortcomings in recent Premier League seasons.
Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger tells ESPN FC what his plans are for the remaining summer transfer window.
A late goal from Chuba Akpom lifted Arsenal to a win over the MLS All-Stars in San Jose.
ESPN FC's Paul Mariner talks the latest rumours in the transfer market, including Arsenal's last attempt at Alexandre Lacazette.
ESPN FC's Paul Mariner is not in agreement with Theo Walcott over MLS closing in on the Premier League.
With Arsenal's Per Mertesacker sidelined with a lengthy injury, Layla Anna-Lee looks at whom the club should buy to replace him.
Arsene Wenger believes the quality of managers and players in the Premier League make it the best in the world.
Despite pleasing sponsors, Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger believes foreign tours come at the expense of valuable training time.

Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger says "it's quite scary" to look at the money being spent to strengthen his Premier League rivals ahead of the new season.

Wenger spent £30 million on Granit Xhaka in May, but has yet to make another major signing, while the likes of Manchester United and Chelsea have both brought in several expensive reinforcements. 

Manchester City are also closing in on a big-money deal for John Stones that could reach as much as £50 million, while United have agreed a...

 By Mark Rodden

Arsenal won't make new Alexandre Lacazette bid - Lyon president

ESPN FC's Paul Mariner talks the latest rumours in the transfer market, including Arsenal's last attempt at Alexandre Lacazette.
ESPN FC's Shaka Hislop tries to grasp the logic behind Arsenal's "disrespectful" bid for Alexandre Lacazette.
Lyon striker Alexandre Lacazette is on the radar of a number of top European clubs, and may be open to a move to the EPL.

Lyon president Jean-Michel Aulas does not expect Arsenal to return with an improved bid to buy Alexandre Lacazette amid reports that Paris Saint-Germain could also make a move for the striker.

Earlier this week, Lyon confirmed that they had rejected Arsenal's offer of €35 million for Lacazette, 25, who scored 21 goals in Ligue 1 last season.

Aulas recently said that the academy graduate is "irreplaceable" and he is now confident that only winger Rachid Ghezzal could leave before the close...

 By Andy Mitten

Ibrahimovic brings leadership, experience and goals to Man United

The ESPN FC panel debate whether Zlatan Ibrahimovic's arrival raises Man United's expectations next season.

Zlatan Ibrahimovic met his Manchester United teammates for the first time on Thursday, training with them in the summer drizzle at Carrington.

The other players had already heard the stories from club staff, who'd met the Swede, about his size and presence. At 98 kilograms, the striker, who is six-foot-five-inches tall, will be by far the heaviest at the club. (He's 30 kilos heavier than his old strike partner Lionel Messi, not that they're the same type of player.) A lack of physical prowess is...

Arsenal taunt Tottenham after beating MLS All-Stars

Arsenal celebrated their win over the MLS All-Stars with -- what else -- a dig at north London rivals Tottenham.

The Gunners won 2-1 against a collection of the MLS' finest in San Jose, Calif., on Thursday after Chuba Akpom scored a late winner. And the club couldn't resist a quick dig at Tottenham, their arch rivals who lost 2-1 in the same fixture last summer.