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France midfielder Paul Pogba, 22, has hinted he could leave Juventus next year. The former Manchester United player was linked with a move to Chelsea during the summer. (Telefoot via Talksport)

Southampton are reluctant to do business with Tottenham and will not sell them Kenya midfielder Victor Wanyama, 24, next season for any price. (Telegraph)

Manchester United goalkeeper David De Gea, 24, is ready to play for Spain on Tuesday and could make his first appearance of the season for the Red Devils against Liverpool on Saturday. (Times)

Argentine Sergio Romero, 28, knows De Gea's return leaves him with a fight to keep the number one shirt at Old Trafford. (Sun - subscription required)

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Striker James Wilson could be set to leave Manchester United on loan, with more than 20 clubs having enquired about the 19-year-old. (Mail)

West Brom boss Tony Pulis has warned striker Saido Berahino, 22, he needs to earn respect. (Sun - subscription required)

Arsenal and Liverpool are both keen to sign 19-year-old Real Betis midfielder Dani Ceballos. (Mirror)

Former Real Madrid goalkeeper Iker Casillas, 34, says Victor Valdes's treatment at Manchester United shows how "ungrateful" football can be. Valdes, 33, has been told he has no future at Old Trafford. (Express)

France striker Karim Benzema, 27, has denied he came close to leaving Real Madrid for Arsenal this summer. (Telefoot via Sky Sports)

Manchester United and England captain Wayne Rooney, 29, has described former United boss Sir Alex Ferguson as "the greatest manager of all time". (Telegraph)

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Rooney says England team-mate Harry Kane, 22, is a "special talent" and fans should get behind the Tottenham striker.(Independent)

Arsenal striker Olivier Giroud, 28, was booed by France fans after the 2-1 win against Serbia on Monday.(Mail)

Everton defender Leighton Baines, 30, agrees with manager Roberto Martinez's view that the transfer window needs to be changed.(Liverpool Daily Echo)

Former Manchester City defender Jerome Boateng has warned Belgium international Kevin De Bruyne, 24, he will feel the pressure of his fee, but described the City winger as "extraordinary".(Manchester Evening News)

Manager Tim Sherwood plans to toughen up Aston Villa's flair players, warning them they "can't cry" about rough opponents.(Birmingham Mail)

Midfielder Gokhan Inler, 31, has told England that Switzerland will not be treating Tuesday's fixture like a friendly.(Mirror)

Republic of Ireland boss Martin O'Neill says England counterpart Roy Hodgson is "putting pressure" on 19-year-old Aston Villa midfielder Jack Grealish, who can play for either country.(Birmingham Mail)

Wales and England could be neighbours at Euro 2016, with the Football Association of Wales scouting a potential base close to England's chosen site in Chantilly.(Guardian)

New signing Anthony Martial, 19, will bring speed and power into the Manchester United forward line, says former Red Devils striker Louis Saha.(Sky Sports)

Sunderland manager Dick Advocaat says midfielder Jack Rodwell, 24, needs to show more aggression.(Sunderland Echo)

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Philippe Coutinho has 12 caps for his country, while Neymar has 66

Neymar and Philippe Coutinho took a trip down memory lane by recreating an old picture of themselves on international duty with Brazil. The pair made their debuts for their country in 2010 and Neymar uploaded the above picture to Instagram of them now, and from the past.

And finally

Michael Owen has picked his best combined XI of his former teams Manchester United and Liverpool before their meeting on Saturday. Only three Liverpool players make it... (PremierLeague.com)

Liverpool defender Nathaniel Clyne, 24, is set to buy a £600,000 house - next door to manager Brendan Rodgers. (Metro)

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