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Monaco chief Vadim Vasilyev admits Premier League riches hard to resist

ESPN FC's Stewart Robson talks to Alison Bender about young signing Anthony Martial, saying he's not sure that the forward will be a star forward for the team, even after he matures.
Didier Deschamps and Pierre Mankowski believe former Monaco forward Anthony Martial will succeed with his new club Manchester United.
Monaco's Leonardo Jardim admitted his side were beaten by the better team, after falling to a 3-0 loss at the hands of Paris Saint-Germain.

Monaco vice-president Vadim Vasilyev admits the "unprecedented resources" of British clubs means selling players like Anthony Martial is unavoidable.

The principality club were knocked out of the Champions League playoffs recently, lost 3-0 to Paris St Germain in Ligue 1, and then saw talented forward Martial depart for Manchester United in a world-record fee for a teenager at £36 million.

The summer of 2014 saw a similar story involving big-name players, when James Rodriguez was sold to Real...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Zlatan Ibrahimovic dismisses Arsenal talk, calls AC Milan 'desperate'

PSG head coach Laurent Blanc is satisfied that Angel Di Maria is adapting to life in the French capital following his transfer from Manchester United.

Paris Saint-Germain striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic has played down talk he could have moved to Arsenal, while labelling AC Milan's interest in him "a bit desperate."

The Gunners were linked with a deadline day swoop for Ibrahimovic, 33, with Arsene Wenger reported to have flown to Paris for negotiations.

The Sweden captain, however, has dismissed such speculation, but did reveal former club Milan were very keen on taking him back to the San Siro.

"No," Ibrahimovic is quoted by the Daily Mirror as...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Angel Di Maria exit cost Man United up to £22.5m due to weak Euro - report

While Gabriele Marcotti wants to discuss PSG's financial fair play in signing Angel di Maria, ESPN FC's Craig Burley is focused on the Argentine's inability to play for a team that isn't dominating their league.
European club official give their say on the buying power of English Premier League clubs in their countries.
The ESPN FC crew share their thoughts on the overall success of Manchester United's transfer window.
With Adnan Januzaj and Javier Hernandez leaving Manchester United this season, perhaps Louis Van Gaal has finally assembled a squad who believe in his philosophy.

Manchester United lost up to £22.5 million on the sale of Angel Di Maria to Paris Saint-Germain, according to Foreign Exchange (FX) specialists Foenix Partners.

Di Maria, 27, signed for United from Real Madrid in a British-record £59.7m deal last summer, but was sold to French champions PSG for £44m in August following a disappointing season at Old Trafford.

While United lost around £15m on their initial outlay on Di Maria after the Argentina international pressed for a move to...

Gregory van der Wiel unhappy with PSG over punishment

Gregory van der Wiel has not played for PSG so far this season.

Paris Saint-Germain full-back Gregory van der Wiel has revealed his frustration over apparently being punished for refusing to take part in a postmatch warm down.

Van der Wiel, 27, contradicted his club when he tweeted that he was fit to play despite being left out of the squad for a game in Montpellier on Aug. 21.

PSG boss Laurent Blanc said after that match that it was "bizarre" that the Netherlands international would do so, since he had trained on his own in the week leading up to it.


Papy Djilobodji's agent 'knows nothing about football' - Nantes chief

ESPN FC's Gabriele Marcotti says the recent transfers of centre back Papy Djilobodji to Chelsea brings experience and options to the EPL side.

New Chelsea signing Papy Djilobodji must change his advisors in order to succeed at the highest level, Nantes president Waldemar Kita has warned.

Djilobodji, 26, joined the Premier League champions from the Ligue 1 club on Tuesday in a deal thought to be worth £2.7 million.

The Senegal international, who was in the final year of his contract, had been given permission to leave Nantes earlier this summer.

RMC reports that Celta Vigo, Trabzonspor and Antalyaspor had all enquired about the...