Manchester United has applied to list on the New York Stock Exchange as the club look to raise around $100million to repay their debts.

United currently owe £423million after the club was taken over by the Glazer family, who borrowed heavily in order to buy the Red Devils.

Andre Villas-Boas has hailed his new Tottenham squad as "one any coach would love to work with", believing "together we can bring great success."

Elsewhere, Daniel Sturridge is a doubt for the London 2012 Olympic Games, with the Chelsea striker undergoing tests for suspected meningitis.


In today's transfer news, Manchester United midfielder Paul Pogba has left the club to join Juventus, the club have confirmed. (BBC Sport)

New Tottenham manager Andre Villas-Boas is targeting Joao Moutinho, with Luka Modric expected to leave White Hart Lane. (The Guardian)

And finally, Chelsea are ready to rival Manchester United for Benfica midfielder Axel Witsel, with the club prepared to sell for £20m. (Evening Standard)

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