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Both Man United and Real Madrid want the David De Gea transfer saga to be all cleared up before Saturday, according to Marca (via Goal). However, Goal report that De Gea has already agreed personal terms with Los Blancos but is simply waiting for the two clubs to agree on a fee. But Marca are now reporting that all the parties involved want the transfer to be done before Saturday. Furthermore, the Spanish newspaper also says that De Gea doesn’t want to play for Man United in their Premier League season opener against Spurs, meaning if he still is a Red Devils player on Saturday, Van Gaal may have an awkward selection headache.
Marca also say that Real Madrid are eager for De Gea to only play for Real Madrid this summer, rather than anyone else – including Man United.
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Earlier today it was reported by RMC (via Get Football News France) that the Red Devils had made a €50m bid for the French striker, which was rejected by Monaco. However, RMC say that the two clubs continued talks despite the initial bid being rejected. But now Le Parisien report that Monaco are prepared to sell the highly-rated No.9, but only if they get €60m plus Rojo. It would be a big surprise if Man United accepted such terms, especially since Martial is still rather untested. So far this season, the Frenchman has played four times in Ligue 1, but hasn’t registered a single shot on target, let alone score a goal. However, Martial did bag nine goals last term, with eight of those strikes having been converted from within the penalty box. It will be interesting to see if the young Frenchman ends up with Man United, especially since the Red Devils appear to be short on strikers.
Anthony Martial has created four chances in Ligue 1 for Monaco, only Joao Moutinho (5) has created more. Big things were expected when Manchester United announced the loan signing of Radamel Falcao on deadline day in the summer. But six months and just four goals later, the Colombian has struggled with the demands of English football, and has done very little to suggest he is worth the reported ?200k a week wages. Monaco are demanding a fee of ?40million to make the deal permanent, and for that figure United would expect to sign a forward better suited to Premier League football. Chelsea got a close-up look at the Porto midfielder on Tuesday in their 2-1 Champions League loss to the Portuguese club. The 18-year-old, who was recently compared to a young Sergio Busquets in our Scout's Notebook, has a £29 million buyout clause in his contract. Neves has been described as a player who can be deployed as a holding midfielder or play further up the pitch, and who possesses excellent vision and passing skill.
Manchester United were outbid in their pursuit of deadline-day sensation Anthony Martial, according to the Manchester Evening News.
Monaco's vice president Vadim Vasilyev said there was another club willing to pay more than Manchester United, in a deal that would have allowed the Ligue 1 outfit to hold on to Martial for one more season before letting him go.
It's bad enough for Brendan Rodgers that his team are underperforming to start the 2015-16 Premier League season, and the Northern Irishman is certainly feeling the pressure from supporters and the media alike. To be fair to Rodgers, a win on Sunday against Everton, combined with a few favorable results from teams above them in the table, could see Liverpool in the top four by the end of the weekend. Rookie sensation Cyle Larin may have a future in Europe one day, but according to Orlando City SC general manager Paul McDonough, he won't be going anywhere anytime soon.
Larin has 14 goals on the season -- many of them with infinite class like these -- and is tied for sixth among all MLS scorers. Larin hasn't been linked with any specific clubs or teams on the other side of the Atlantic, but it's hard to imagine he's not garnering some attention with the white-hot start to his professional career.

In another report, the Daily Mail suggests that Advocaat has already told his backroom staff that he'll be moving on, and the outlet suggests that former Leicester boss Nigel Pearson could be the next man in charge at the Stadium of Light. CommentsUse a Facebook account to add a comment, subject to Facebook's Terms of Service and Privacy Policy.
Man United are interested in Barcelona full-back Dani Alves as Louis van Gaal sees him as being ideal for the Red Devils’ 3-5-2 system, report Sport. Furthermore, the report in question claims that Alves might be interested in a move to the Premier League. Man United and Van Gaal see Alves as an ideal target due to his experience and ability of playing in a back three system, claim Sport.
Alves is seen as an elite Man United target given not only his ability, but what he’s achieved in the game too. This season, the 31-year-old has played 15 times in La Liga – creating 15 chances, more than the likes of Andres Iniesta (16) and Neymar (13).
Updating a rumor from Saturday, Chelsea are now believed to be interested in Paris Saint-Germain defender Thiago Silva this season, on loan, according to the Daily Star.
Also from the Express, Manchester City are said to be closing in on the signing of Spain under-21 striker Ianki Williams from Athletic Bilbao. Leicester City’s quest for Champions League qualification continues, as the Foxes once again sit atop the Premier League table with 23 of 38 games played. The weekend is nearing, which means another full slate of ten matches across Major League Soccer. There’s not a misprint on the table, Colorado and Philadelphia are both at the top of their conferences. Coming off of a massive 7-0 win in the Hudson River Derby against NYCFC, the Red Bulls will look to continue trending upwards when they host Toronto FC.
Didier Drogba has scored in each of his last three starts, a streak he will look to keep alive against the Los Angeles Galaxy this weekend. Eric Cantona has made the headlines again, this time making some bold claims against France national team manager Didier Deschamps. Cantona, a former Manchester United legend and French international, questioned whether Deschamps excluded Karim Benzema and Hatem Ben Arfa from the team due to their North African origins. Speaking to The Guardian, Cantona calls Benzema and Ben Arfa two of France’s best footballers, both of whom will not be playing for the national team this summer. One thing is for sure – Benzema and Ben Arfa are two of the best players in France and will not play the European Championship.
France is an extremely diverse nation with a large North African population, Benzema of Algerian descent and Ben Arfa’s father a former Tunisian international. The decision was made in an effort to combat the congested English fixture list, which has been a topic of debate for years now.
This season, Manchester United defeated West Ham in a quarterfinal replay before going on to win the competition.
In a statement released by the FA, these changes aim to add drama to the matches while eliminating an extra matchday needed for replays.
The revamped competition will see eight clubs battle it out over one weekend with each tie to be played to a finish on the day, adding to the drama and impact the competition has enjoyed in recent years. There will still be replays in the earlier rounds of the tournament, which allows lower level clubs the opportunity to earn a nice financial boost should they force a second match at a Premier League ground. The Premier League is the only top league in Europe that does not take a winter break, a schedule that has been criticized by multiple managers, including Jurgen Klopp. The union wants the option to strike before the Olympics start in August, but hasn’t said it will. Many expected the deal to be done by now especially after it was made clear that the Spain international was eager to join Madrid.
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Furthermore, Canal + (via Get Football News France) say that Man United’s latest offer was a €55m bid. According to the Evening Standard, that mooted move is still on the table for Jose Mourinho and co. Perhaps Mourinho liked what he saw, as Neves played a solid match and assisted on Maicon's winner in the 52nd minute.

That's a lot of money for a player who just made his professional debut last season, but it's beginning to look like desperate times already at Stamford Bridge.
The outlet reports that a "mystery" club were ready to cough up more than the £36 million Louis van Gaal and Ed Woodward coughed up to bring the 19-year-old to Old Trafford. However, Vasilyev said that they knew it was the young star's dream to play for United and that was the final deciding factor in making the deal. That pressure hasn't been diminished by the omnipresent rumours about Jurgen Klopp waiting in the wings to take over for Rodgers when the ax inevitably swings his way. Ajax boss Frank de Boer said Friday that Liverpool would be a fantastic environment to manage in, while adding he's looking for a new adventure. As Transfer Talk is well aware, football management is one of the least fair career pursuits on the planet. The Daily Mail claims that Debuchy wants to make a move so that he can find regular first-team minutes and potentially get back in the good graces of Didier Deschamps, but Arsene Wenger is reluctant to let him go. Your Facebook name, photo & other personal information you make public on Facebook will appear with your comment, and may be used on ESPN's media platforms. The Brazil international, has been capped 79 times during a seven year period, playing a key role for the Samba stars. Alves particularly had experience of playing in a back three at Barcelona under Pep Guardiola who sometimes played this formation.
While defensively, Alves has won 49% of his tackles, while he’s also made 15 interceptions this season.
Today, it’s Real Madrid attacker James Rodriguez to whom the Red Devils are linked, by the Express, for a fee of nearly $90 million. Despite currently holding a 21-point lead in Ligue 1, PSG might be hesitant to send their most experienced defender on loan to the Blues, as the two sides are set to square off in the UEFA Champions League round of 16 next month. Man City are said to be undeterred by Williams’ contract buyout clause of nearly $65 million. Rather than selling in January, or simply standing pat, Sky Sport Italia is reporting Leicester are ready to pay $12 million for Sampdoria striker Eder in an attempt to provide proper cover for leading goalscorers Jamie Vardy and Riyad Mahrez. United kicking things off on Friday night, Saturday is jam-packed with eight matches before the league’s youngest clubs NYCFC and Orlando wrap up the action on Sunday. After sitting near the bottom of MLS for the past two seasons, Colorado has shocked everyone, currently leading the league in points (27) with the fewest goals conceded (9). Two of the preseason favorites to top the Eastern Conference, both sides are currently tied on points, although the Red Bulls have a game in hand.
While Drogba will be looking to score, Montreal must make sure their defense is in top form as the Galaxy have scored a league-high 25 goals through 11 matches.
The Real Madrid striker is suspended by the federation, embroiled in a blackmail sex-tape scandal involving French teammate Mathieu Valbuena, who was also left off the EURO roster. Both players were born in France and have received prior call-ups under Deschamps, with Cantona’s quite ridiculous comments likely to cause a stir before the EURO. These plans also form part of The FA’s commitment to help ease English football’s congested fixture schedule. Soccer Federation told Judge Sharon Johnson Coleman at a Thursday hearing that a no-strike clause is implied in a still-valid 2013 memorandum with players. With midfield -- and just about everywhere else on the field -- being a problem for last season's champions, Neves could be just the tonic. That won't sit well with Rodgers, whose team play Everton in the Merseyside Derby on Sunday, following a disappointing midweek draw with FC Sion in the Europa League. The Daily Mail is reporting the Blues’ loan move for Alexandre Pato is also in the works. On Saturday, the Rapids put their perfect 6-0 home record on the line when they host the Union, who currently lead the East by two points. For Toronto, Sebastian Giovinco will be keen to prove Antonio Conte wrong after being left out of the Italy squad for EURO 2016 after the Italian boss talked down upon MLS. And the UConn prodigy has paid immediate dividends for the first-year club by breaking the rookie goal-scoring record set by Damani Ralph in 2003 with 11.

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