ESPN – Man United to start £200 million summer spend with Gundogan, Lloris

ESPN FC's Janusz Michallik and Steve Nicol weigh in on Ilkay Gundogan's decision not to sign a new deal with Borussia Dortmund and contend that he'll end up in Manchester. After Barcelona's spectacular Champions League final win over Juventus on Saturday, teams all over Europe are focused on the summer transfer window. TRANSFER LATEST – Juve star Pirlo set to join NYCFC – sources – Zlatan not leaving PSG this summer – agent – Liverpool to sign Ings subject to medical – United target Lloris wants UCL football – Barcelona confirm interest in Pogba – Transfer Talk: Daily roundup of news, rumours – ESPN FC Transfer Centre: All the done deals Gundogan a no-go for busy Barca It's been a busy Sunday for Barcelona — one day after completing a historic second Treble in Berlin, the Blaugrana moved to confirm their interest in signing Manchester United/everybody else's target Paul Pogba. Luis Enrique's side also announced Sevilla's right wing-back Aleix Vidal will sign for the club on Monday,…

ESPN – Jose Mourinho a Chelsea legend who must now conquer Champions League

Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho will target the Champions League next season after domestic glory in 2014-15. In the final day of our week-long look at the top clubs in the Premier League, it's time to look at the managers. BOSS REVIEW: Premier League managers Chelsea: Mourinho needs UCL improvement Man Utd: Decent start from Van Gaal Man City: Pellegrini peril with Pep lurking Arsenal: Cup King Wenger needs a title challenge Liverpool: Rodgers clings on despite failings Rate the boss – how Jose Mourinho performed in 2014-15 In what has become a tradition for him, Mourinho once again won the domestic title in his second season at a club. Having done so at Porto, Inter Milan, Real Madrid and in his first spell at Chelsea, the manager who virtually guarantees silverware delivered the goods once again. In doing so, he kept good on the promise he made in…

GUARDIAN – Raheem Sterling warned he will stay at Liverpool even if he refuses new deal

• Brendan Rodgers: Sterling could miss out on £3.38m in wages• ‘He won’t be going anywhere this summer, even if there’s no deal’• Manager has backing from owners Fenway for tough stance• Match preview: Liverpool v QPRRaheem Sterling could miss out on £3.38m in wages next season after Brendan Rodgers insisted the England international would stay at Liverpool even if he refuses to sign a new contract.The Liverpool manager has repeatedly stated Sterling will not be sold this summer having rejected a £100,000-a-week, five-year contract. His stance hardened on Friday when he declared Fenway Sports Group, Liverpool’s owners, would keep the 20-year-old on his £35,000-a-week deal rather than sell to Manchester City or elsewhere should there be no agreement when contract talks resume at the end of the season. Continue reading…