Gossip column: Dzeko, Wickham, Pedro, Veretout, Stones, Di Maria

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Manchester City's Bosnian striker Edin Dzeko, 29, is set to join Roma after agreeing personal terms, but the two clubs are yet to agree a fee. (Sky Sports)

Manchester United face a dilemma over what to do with goalkeeper David De Gea, 24, just a week before the start of the new season after their hopes of signing Real Madrid defender Sergio Ramos, 29, ended. (Manchester Evening News)

Daily Star leads on Angel Di Maria and Radamel Falcao

Spain international Ramos is on the verge of signing a new deal worth £6m a year, plus a £1m bonus. (Marca)

Barcelona will allow Spain striker Pedro, 28, to join Manchester United, but only after their Uefa Super Cup match against Sevilla on August 11. (Marca)

Manchester United winger Angel Di Maria, 27, will join Paris St-Germain in the next 48 hours for £44m. United have also fined the Argentine two weeks' wages worth £360,000 for failing to attend their US tour. Di Maria's exit will pave the way for United to sign Pedro for £22m. (Daily Express)

Former Manchester United boss David Moyes, now at Real Sociedad, believes his former assistant at United and now Valencia assistant coach Phil Neville could one day be England manager. (Daily Telegraph)

Chelsea are prepared to bid up to £30m to land Everton's England defender John Stones. But the Toffees hope interest from Manchester United in the 21-year-old will push the price up closer to their valuation of £34m. (London Evening Standard)

United will offer Northern Ireland defender Jonny Evans, 27, plus cash in their attempts to sign Stones. (Daily Mirror)

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Chelsea are attempting to smooth their bid to sign Stones by holding talks with Everton to avoid any more public disagreements over the England defender. (Daily Telegraph)

Chelsea captain John Terry has backed new signing Radamel Falcao, 29, to succeed at Stamford Bridge, saying the striker - who was on-loan at Manchester United last season - was one of the best players he came up against last season. (Guardian)

Italy striker Mario Balotelli, 24, has been told he has no future at Liverpool and has not been included in the squads for friendly games against HJK Helsinki in Finland on Friday or Swindon Town on Sunday. The player has been asked by manager Brendan Rodgers to train away from the first-team squad. (Independent)

Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino has dismissed rumours that the club are trying to sign Manchester United's Mexican striker Javier Hernandez, 27. (ESPN)

England winger Ashley Young could leave Manchester United if they do not extend his contract, with Tottenham, Liverpool and Newcastle all interested in the 30-year-old. (Daily Star)

West Ham are on the verge of signing Atletico Madrid striker Raul Jimenez, 24, for £10m. (The Sun - subscription required)

Sunderland striker Connor Wickham, 22, is set to sign for Crystal Palace after the London club agreed a fee of more than £8m for the England Under-21 international. (Daily Telegraph)

Nantes's French midfielder Jordan Veretout, 22, will have a medical at Aston Villa on Friday before a proposed move. (Sky Sports)

West Brom boss Tony Pulis has tipped Liverpool striker Rickie Lambert to make an instant impact should the 33-year-old complete a £3m move. (Express & Star)

Glenn Murray, 31, will quit Crystal Palace with Bournemouth ready to sign the English striker. (Daily Mirror)

Aston Villa are in talks with Blackburn regarding the potential £7m sale of striker Rudy Gestede, 26. The fee has been agreed with a medical for the Benin international possible at the weekend. (Birmingham Mail)

Palermo want to sign Arsenal's Costa Rica striker Joel Campbell but are struggling with the £7m valuation. Real Sociedad and Trabzonspor are also keen on the 23-year-old. (Daily Star)

Premier League chief executive Richard Scudamore has ruled out moving fixtures to Friday night to help teams prepare for Champions League matches. (The Guardian)

Best of social media

One Direction star Niall Horan posed for pictures with Man Utd players

Manchester United and Paris St-Germain players posted pictures with One Direction star Niall Horan following their friendly in Chicago. Juan Mata and Wayne Rooney were pictured on their club's Instagram account with the singer, while PSG defender David Luiz managed to get a selfie with Niall.

And United legend Bryan Robson made sure he got in on the act, posting a picture on Twitter of him with Niall alongside former red Quinton Fortune.

And finally...

A Manchester City fan had a tattoo of his bitter rivals Manchester United inscribed to raise money for charity.(Manchester Evening News)

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