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Evening Report: June 3

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Jose Mourinho says he is aiming to replicate the success of his first spell in charge of Chelsea when he resumes work at Stamford Bridge next season.

The Portuguese coach has agreed a four year deal to take over at Chelsea once more, and says he can guarantee the same passion and commitment he offered last time round.

Neymar was unveiled as a Barcelona player on Monday afternoon having completed a move to the Spanish champions from Santos.

Real Madrid, Chelsea and Manchester City had also been linked with Neymar, but the young Brazilian opted for a transfer to the Camp Nou.

Ruud van Nistelrooy has warned David Moyes that he must win trophies as Manchester United manager - and, in style.

Moyes was appointed as Sir Alex Ferguson's replacement last month, and Van Nistelrooy has warned the Scot he will be under pressure to succeed immediately.

Manchester City will hand new manager Manuel Pellegrini £100million to spend in the summer transfer window.

The former Malaga boss, who has not been officially announced as the Etihad Stadium chief, will target Edinson Cavani, Jesus Navas and Isco to start with.

Kyle Walker is still striving to improve his game, despite an impressive season for Tottenham.

The 23-year-old defender made more appearances than any other Spurs player this term, and helped Andre Villas-Boas's men to a fifth-place finish.

Arsenal midfielder Aaron Ramsey believes he is still only just recovering fully from the horrific Ryan Shawcross tackle that snapped his leg in 2010.

The Wales international was sure the physical healing was complete but admitted he was only starting to get back to normal mentally.

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