Manchester United, Tottenham and Chelsea All Ready For Big Signings

Manchester United, Tottenham and Chelsea All Ready For Big Signings

After a disappointing World Cup and Jorge Sampaoli's departure, AFA chief Claudio Tapia confirmed Guardiola was approached. It is very hard.

As United dither, Liverpool have emerged as second favourites for the title behind City after splashing over £170 million (US$220 million) on goalkeeper Alisson and midfielders Fabinho, Naby Keita and Xherdan Shaqiri.

Manchester United are running out of time to bolster their squad ahead of the new Premier League season with the transfer window set to shut at 17:00 BST on Thursday.

Everton have already expressed an interest in Chelsea defender Kurt Zouma, with the Toffees hoping to strike a loan deal for the Frenchman, who spent last season at Stoke City.

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Manchester City will aim to improve their performance rather than beat last season's record-breaking Premier League tally of 100 points, manager Pep Guardiola has said. "That's why I am backing Jurgen Klopp's side to pip them to the title". The Anfield friendly saw goals from Roberto Firmino, Georginio Wijnaldum and Daniel Sturridge, but new signing Fabinho missed a penalty.

We are expecting a plethora of deals to go through today as English clubs battle to complete their final transfer business before the deadline of 5pm.

That's quite the endorsement from a player on a fellow Premier League title contender, especially on the heels of the criticism Mourinho has received for his treatment of Paul Pogba. But the decision has been made and we'll analyse it in September when it's all over. The Lille player, an Olympic gold medallist in Rio, is also a Newcastle United transfer target, though, so West Ham have competition.

"That, they thought, transcended all the other challenges".

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