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3hIain Macintosh

Macintosh: United's high hopes drive Rooney

Wayne Rooney spoke exclusively to ESPN about being Manchester United captain, his relationship with Louis van Gaal and his hopes for the season.

3hPeter O'Rourke

Wilshere faces up to 3 weeks out - sources

Arsenal midfielder Jack Wilshere is likely to miss this weekend's Premier League opener and could face up to three weeks on the sideline, sources say

27mAlex Shaw

Young a fighter; Di Maria shirks challenge

Ashley Young will look to build on a positive 2014-15 at Manchester United and Angel Di Maria's exit to PSG will boost his prospects, says Alex Shaw.

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9hChris Wright

Disguised Ronaldo surprises young Real fan

In a new viral video, the Portuguese superstar dons a beard and tracksuit to show off his skills in a Madrid shopping centre.

5hESPN staff

Jose: No problem with Abramovich

Mourinho, whose first spell at Chelsea saw him win two league titles, left the club in 2007 and said there was 'disagreement with some ideas.'

9hBen Gladwell

Ibra can make Milan 'serious candidates'

"He would make us even more competitive," Milan boss Mihajlovic said. "If he were to arrive, then we would be serious candidates to win the Scudetto."

6hESPN staff

Hull sign Akpom on loan

Chuba Akpom has been sent out to gain first-team experience with the Championship side for the 2015-16 season.

19hJohn Brewin

Arsenal 'serious' for trophies - Ox

"Personally and I can speak for the rest of the squad, we've been serious every single year I've been at the club about winning trophies."

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5hESPN Staff

Man City friendly in Vietnam incurs losses

The chief organiser of last week's exhibition game by Manchester City in Vietnam says he incurred big financial losses, despite a near sell-out crowd.

1dNick Miller

Miller: Chelsea need strengthening

It's difficult to retain the title as it is, so Chelsea's lack of transfer activity is a surprise, says Nick Miller.

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Expect Wenger vs. Mourinho to continue

What the imminent Premier League season requires is a rivalry at the top, a battle between managers to take the stakes higher still, writes John Brewin.

1dJohn Brewin

Terry: Arsenal loss could be wake-up call

The Chelsea captain says that while the Community Shield defeat was "horrible in all aspects," the result could spur on the Premier League champions.

18hRichard Jolly

Di Maria in Qatar as PSG deal nears

Angel Di Maria has arrived in Qatar for his medical ahead of his proposed move to Paris Saint-Germain from Manchester United.

1dPA Sport

West Ham forward Valencia avoids surgery

Enner Valencia has handed West Ham a fitness boost by announcing he does not require surgery following a potentially serious injury on Thursday night.


Silva: Utd to PSG a step up

Thiago Silva has said Angel Di Maria will be taking a step up when he leaves Manchester United for Paris Saint-Germain.

1dJames Tyler

Tyler: Premier League Survival Guide

As Bournemouth, Norwich and Watford embark on Premier League adventures, James Tyler looks at recently relegated teams and offers some survival tips.



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