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ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

What's trending: Mourinho and Van Gaal 'similar,' Xhaka signs for Arsenal

The FC crew answer your tweets on Cristiano Ronaldo's health and who would have the edge in a Manchester derby managed by Jose Mourinho and Pep Guardiola.

Here are the latest stories from Wednesday.

MANCHESTER UNITED: Bastian Schweinsteiger has praised Louis van Gaal following his departure from Manchester United but spoke of his excitement at the prospect of working under Jose Mourinho.

- Ronald de Boer has warned Manchester United that Mourinho possesses the same traits as Van Gaal.

- United have denied that they had a pre-contract agreement with Mourinho, but the club are expected to announce his arrival in the next 24 hours.

- Former...

 By David Mooney

Yaya Toure and Pablo Zabaleta under threat ahead of Guardiola arrival

The ESPN FC crew discuss whether Manchester City had a successful season.

Manchester City fans of a certain vintage used to hark back to the days of Colin Bell, Francis Lee and Mike Summerbee. The team from the 1960s and 70s, the most successful in the club's history, was the greatest supporters had ever seen and when City toiled in the 1990s and into the new millennium, there was a worry those glory days would never return.

Had anybody suggested City would be English champions just nine years after moving to the Etihad back in 2003, they probably would have been laughed...

 By Simon Curtis

Pep Guardiola anticipation building at Manchester City

The FC crew analyze the season that was for Manchester City and ask the question: was it a success or a failure?

Manchester City's season ended on an unnecessarily sharp knife's edge, waiting nervously to see whether rivals Manchester United could survive a trip to Upton Park and a simple home game with Bournemouth. An away point and a home win would have allowed United achieve the unthinkable, leapfrogging City into the final Champions League qualifying berth.

That their nearest and dearest ultimately managed to throw away a lead at Upton Park to lose 3-2 and make a security shambles of their last game...

 By David Mooney

Manuel Pellegrini's missed opportunity at fond Manchester City farewell

The ESPN FC crew look at who Pep Guardiola will keep and who he will sell at Manchester City.

The season is over, so it's time to assess Manchester City's 2015-16 campaign. Here's a look back at a disappointing final season for Manuel Pellegrini.

Where will Man City finish next season?

Season in a sentence

A season of gradually diminishing returns, mirroring Pellegrini's three years in charge, left City fans in the extremely unusual situation of counting the days until it was finally over.

Highlight

It's been a very disappointing season, and scraping a fourth-place finish isn't what Pellegrini was aiming for back in August....

Man City, United battle for Leroy Sane; Chelsea to move for Gonzalo Higuain

The FC panel answer your tweets on the biggest names coming to the Premier League next season, how far England will make it at Euro 2016 and more.

The summer transfer window will be opening before you know it, and rumours around the world are picking up steam. As always, Transfer Talk has its finger on the pulse when it comes to the latest gossip. See the latest deals here.

TOP STORY: City to pinch Sane from United?

Manchester City are ready to steal a march on rivals United by snapping up the highly rated Schalke winger Leroy Sane, with the Star reporting that Pep Guardiola's new club will hijack the Red Devils' deal.

City, of course, have...

What next for Manuel Pellegrini? England, Spain, Italy or Russia?

Man City manager Manuel Pellegrini admits his final game was emotional, but reflected positively on his time at the club.

Manuel Pellegrini's reign at Manchester City officially ends on Jun. 30 but the Chilean has taken charge of his final game at the club.

Yet, having been in management for 28 years, the 62-year-old has no desire to return to his native Santiago to enjoy his retirement anytime soon. Following Sunday's 1-1 draw with Swansea City, which all-but secured a top-four finish and Champions League football for his successor Pep Guardiola, Pellegrini insisted that he will only now start considering his next...