Evening Report: July 24
Arsenal, Chelsea, Manchester City, Manchester United, Tottenham and Barcelona news
Tomas Rosicky has high hopes for Arsenal this season and is targeting the Premier League title. The Czech Republic midfielder joined Arsenal in 2006 having already won four league championships and he wants to add another to his collection next term.
Nathaniel Chalobah has confirmed he's hoping to join another Premier League club on loan this season. The 18-year-old has spoken to Jose Mourinho, and the Chelsea boss feels another season on loan will give him the extra first-team experience he needs to keep improving.
Manchester City have set a £6m asking price for full-back Alexsandar Kolarov. The Serbian international has been linked with Juventus, Galatasaray and Inter Milan, and City want to move him on as they look to trim their wage bill.
Tottenham slipped to a 3-1 defeat to Sunderland in testing conditions on the latest leg of their pre-season tour. The first half of the Barclays Asia Trophy was delayed after a storm flooded the pitch, before Sunderland overturned an early Gylfi Sigurdsson strike to win the match comfortably.
Phil Jones has admitted he's feeling fitter and sharper after a heavy involvement in Manchester United's pre-season so far. The defender missed the first three months of last season through injury, but has played in every United game this summer as he prepares for the new campaign.
Gerardo Martino will be presented as the new Barcelona manager on Friday. The Argentinian, who replaces Tito Vilanova in the Nou Camp dugout, will hold a press conference at 1pm.