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Angel Di Maria fee agreed between PSG and Manchester United - report

ESPN FC's Shaka Hislop breaks down the latest regarding Angel Di Maria and PSG's quest for his signature.
Lucas Moura and Marquinhos are excited by the prospect of playing alongside Angel Di Maria at PSG next season
ESPN FC's Frank Leboeuf believes that Angel Di Maria would be the perfect replacement for Lavezzi, who has struggled to replicate his form from Napoli.

Angel Di Maria looks set to have a medical with Paris Saint-Germain in the next 24 hours after Manchester United agreed to sell him to the French club for €63 million (£44.3m), according to Press Association Sport.

PA reported that midfielder Di Maria is due to hold talks with PSG officials in Doha on Sunday and will undergo a medical.

If all goes to plan, he could sign as soon as Monday.

United gave Di Maria permission to speak to PSG after agreeing a €63m (£44.3m) fee with...

Hougang's Fazli bears no grudges ahead of Warriors S.League clash

Hougang's Fazli Jaffar, front row extreme right, is targeting a top six finish ahead of the S.League clash against former club Warriors. Photo credit: S.League

Hougang United winger Fazli Jaffar will face old employers Warriors FC for the first time since his departure during the mid-season transfer window in a Great Eastern Yeo's S.League encounter at the Hougang Stadium on Tuesday evening.

Fazli, who joined the Warriors this season after spending the four previous seasons at Hougang, rejoined the Cheetahs after finding limited playing time under Warriors coach Alex Weaver.

However, the 32-year-old rules out there will be any extra motivation when he...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Everton target Ashley Williams not leaving Swansea - Garry Monk

Ashley Williams joined the Swans from Stockport in 2008.

Ashley Williams will be staying at Swansea despite interest from Everton, manager Garry Monk has said.

Williams, 30, could be targeted by Everton should defender John Stones leave for Chelsea in the summer transfer window.

But Monk is planning for the new season with the Wales international, who joined the Swans from Stockport in 2008, at his disposal.

The BBC quoted him as saying: "You can't stop speculation or anything like that, but... it's exactly the same situation.

"He's the captain of our...

Van Gaal hints that Manchester United need to sign Pedro from Barcelona

ESPN FC's Sid Lowe weighs in on the back and forth transfer Saga regarding Pedro, who he contends will be sold.
ESPN FC's Sid Lowe says that Pedro has proven he can play an important role for FC Barcelona, despite the fact that the forward "lacks the talent" of his superstar teammates.
In an exclusive with ESPN Deportes, Barcelona president Josep Maria Bartomeu revealed that there has been no official bid for Pedro and that the squad is complete.

Manchester United manager Louis van Gaal has suggested that the club need to sign a player in the mould of Barcelona forward Pedro.

The Spain international, who has a £22 million release clause in his contract at the Camp Nou, is a target for United.

Van Gaal believes the Old Trafford club need more attacking options if they are to win the Premier League.

He told The Sun: "Barcelona have the speed of Neymar and [Lionel] Messi -- and they have Pedro behind them. We have to compete with that.

"We...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Pep Guardiola laments Bayern Munich's Supercup loss to Wolfsburg

Bayern Munich manager Pep Guardiola lamented his side conceding a late equaliser which ultimately saw them lose on penalties to Wolfsburg in the German Cup final.
Niklas Bendtner scored a last-gasp equaliser and the winning penalty kick in Wolfsburg's first ever German Cup final victory.

Bayern Munich coach Pep Guardiola said his side "did everything we could to win the match" after their dramatic late Supercup defeat to Wolfsburg.

Last season's runaway Bundesliga champions led through Arjen Robben until the 89th minute, when Nicklas Bendtner snatched an equaliser.

And Bendtner struck the decisive shootout penalty as Wolfsburg, runners-up to Bayern in the league, lifted the trophy with a 5-4 spot-kick triumph after the 1-1 draw.

The defeat was Bayern's third Supercup loss in a row...