Trending: Paul Pogba to have Man United medical, Mancini leaves Inter
Here are the latest stories from Monday.
MAN UNITED: Juventus star Paul Poga arrived in Manchester to complete his £89 million move on Monday, with The Guardian reporting he has passed his exams and is expected to be announced on Tuesday as the club's fourth summer signing.
- United manager Jose Mourinho says his team still needs to adapt to get the best out of Zlatan Ibrahimovic. He also said that it is "amazing" that Paul Pogba is set to return to United, but added that the midfielder needs to work hard to come into the team.
- Manchester United should be proud they are going to break the world transfer record fee by signing Pogba, Mourinho added.
- Luke Shaw believes Manchester United's Community Shield victory against Premier League champions Leicester can act as a springboard to bigger and better things.
ROMA: Defender Thomas Vermaelen has left Barcelona to complete a move to Roma on an initial loan with an option to buy.
JUVENTUS: Former Juventus defender Angelo Ogbonna has said he believes "not much will change" for the club without Pogba. Ogbonna, who now plays for West Ham, was a teammate of France international Pogba at Juventus for two seasons from summer 2013.
PSG: Paris Saint-Germain have completed their fifth summer signing with Real Madrid winger Jese Rodriguez the latest player to arrive at Parc des Princes. The 23-year-old has signed a five-year contract with the French champions and joins for a fee reported to be around €25 million.
ARSENAL: Arsene Wenger says Gabriel Paulista is likely to miss the Premier League opener against Liverpool with an ankle sprain, leaving him "very short" on centre-backs for the start of the season.
- Arsenal forward Theo Walcott has said he will "definitely" be back on top form this season as he said he would be willing to accept a place on the right wing.
- Kelechi Iheanacho's former boss claims he stopped the Nigeria striker from joining Arsenal and told him to join Manchester City instead.
- Claudio Ranieri has insisted that Leicester City's primary target is to reach 40 points in the 2016-17 Premier League season after losing to Manchester United in the Community Shield on Sunday.
- Manchester City defender Pablo Zabaleta says new manager Pep Guardiola has assured him of his place in the squad for next season, ending speculation about a possible move away from the Etihad.
- Pep Guardiola has cast doubt over the futures of Wilfried Bony and Eliaquim Mangala after saying they remain Manchester City players "at the moment."
- Jurgen Klopp has said he is unsure whether striker Daniel Sturridge will be available for Sunday's Premier League opener at Arsenal.
REAL MADRID: Real Madrid's 20-man squad for the European Super Cup final against Sevilla includes Zinedine Zidane's son Luca. The 18-year-old goalkeeper is named in place of the injured Keylor Navas, but Kiko Casilla is likely to start.
- Bayern Munich CEO Karl-Heinz Rummenigge has said the club paid less than the reported €38 million fee for Borussia Dortmund defender Mats Hummels.
- Kingsley Coman has expressed a desire to turn his loan at Bayern Munich into a full-time move. Coman, 20, signed for Bayern from Juventus on a two-year loan deal last summer, and the Bundesliga champions have the option to make the move permanent.
DORTMUND: Borussia Dortmund striker Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang has reiterated his desire to stay at the club. Aubameyang told a news conference: "I will definitely stay with BVB, and I won't answer this question again."
MEXICO: Star striker Oribe Peralta and promising youngster Rodolfo Pizarro will return to Mexico after picking up injuries on Sunday in El Tri's 5-1 victory over Fiji in the second round of games in Group C of the Olympic men's football tournament.
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