Evening Report: June 25
Arsenal, Chelsea, Manchester City, Manchester United, Tottenham and Barcelona news
Barcelona midfielder Andres Iniesta says it is his 'dream' to end his career at the Camp Nou.
Iniesta's current deal does not expire until 2015, but he is keen to sort out a renewal as soon as possible.
Robin van Persie admits he became a Tottenham supporter for one afternoon last term.
The Manchester United striker cheered on Spurs in their late season clash with Manchester City with the Red Devils closing in on the title.
Ashley Cole believes Chelsea are capable of bettering their achievements from last season following the appointment of Jose Mourinho.
Chelsea claimed a third place finish and won the Europa League, but Cole expects more improvement when the new campaign begins.
Manuel Pellegrini is set to give Edin Dzeko a second chance at Manchester City following the club's failure to sign Edinson Cavani.
Dzeko had been expected to leave the club this summer, but the Bosnian now appears likely to stay at the Etihad Stadium.
Young Arsenal striker Joel Campbell is wanted by Premier League duo West Ham and Crystal Palace.
Campbell has yet to make an appearance for Arsenal after spending the last two seasons out on loan, and the Costa Rican could be granted a third spell away from the club.