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In Other News: Rooney backs Allardyce appointment

ALLARDYCE: The 61-year old was confirmed as the new England manager on Friday.

England captain Wayne Rooney believes that the FA have made a ‘good appointment’ by naming Sam Allardyce as the new manager of England.

The 30-year old is currently in China ahead of the Manchester derby on Monday and spoke to Sky Sports after the former Sunderland boss signed a two-year deal to take charge of the national side.

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Mirror: City close to Stones deal

TRANSFER TALK: Is the 'saga' reaching a conclusion?

It’s another day of rumours about the Blues as we sum up the best of the stories from around the web...

On today's agenda, there's transfer talk about two defenders plus praise for one of our summer signings.

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In Other News: Pogba not United's only option

STAR: Will Pogba come to the Premier League?

Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho has told Sky Sports he is willing to keep his options open following reports they are set to sign Paul Pogba.

The Juventus midfielder has been linked with several major clubs in Europe throughout the summer but United may be willing to pass on the Frenchman if they cannot strike a deal.

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City set for battle to sign Brazilian youngster

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In other news: Allardyce named England boss

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Telegraph: Price is stalling City's move for Sane.

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In other news: Juventus reject United's Pogba bid

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City front-runners for transfer trio

ON POINT: City are close to agreeing a deal for Leonardo Bonucci, according to reports.

City have moved into pole position in their pursuit of three transfer targets, according to this morning’s papers.

Your daily round-up of City-centric transfer gossip.

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In Other News: Zidane reveals Pogba admiration

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