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 By Tony Evans

The Premier League's top 10 clubs enter summer with issues aplenty

The FC crew have no sympathy for Louis van Gaal or his assertion that Jose Mourinho betrayed him, saying "his football let him down."

There is no time to stand still in the Premier League. While some players are gearing up for the European Championships or Copa America, others are hoping to snatch a couple of weeks of holiday. Meanwhile, there will be feverish activity at Old Trafford, Anfield, White Hart Lane, the Emirates and at clubs across the league. And for last season's top 10, there are a number of issues to address.

Leicester City

Keeping Jamie Vardy, Riyad Mahrez and N'Golo Kante will be a clear priority for Claudio...

Manuel Pellegrini regrets announcing Manchester City exit early

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

Manuel Pellegrini admits he has regrets about deciding to announce that he would leave Manchester City before the end of the season.

The Chilean believes the timing of the announcement -- which he revealed at a news conference on Feb. 1 with the club confirming that he would be replaced by Bayern Munich boss Pep Guardiola in the summer shortly after -- had a big impact on City's Premier League title challenge, which fell away in the final months of the season.

At the time, his side were just three...

 By Ben Gladwell

Inter Milan's Thohir rules out selling Icardi, Perisic, Brozovic

The guys answer your tweets about Manchester United, Milan sides' struggles and apparent rivalries on set.
ESPN FC's Gab Marcotti reacts to the Inter-Udinese game which made history by becoming the first Serie A game to start with all foreign players.
Both AC Milan and Inter Milan will be left to reflect on happier times in the Champions League, with neither side likely to qualify for next season's competition.

Inter Milan president Erick Thohir has ruled out selling any of his club's best players this summer, saying instead that he is intent on strengthening the Nerazzurri squad.

Mauro Icardi, Ivan Perisic and Marcelo Brozovic have all been linked with moves away from the club while financial fair play restrictions mean Inter still need to cut down their expenditure, but the Indonesian tycoon says none of his side's top brass will be sold.

"They are staying here and people can ask us for them as much as...