Evening Report: July 2

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Chelsea's chief executive has warned rivals the club's plans for European domination are only just getting started. The Blues have won 11 trophies since Roman Abramovich bought the club in 2003, a figure matched only by Manchester United.

There's confusion over the future of Arsenal and Tottenham transfer target Younes Belhanda after the midfielder appeared to sign for Ukrainian side Dynamo Kiev. But reports in France claim the Moroccan international is keen to back out of the deal, which could re-open the door to a Premier League move.

Roma are preparing to offer Manchester City defender Maicon an escape route from the Etihad Stadium. The Brazilian full-back has struggled with injury since joining City from Inter Milan, and is behind Pablo Zabaleta and Micah Richards in the battle for a starting spot.

Gary Neville is confident this summer of transition at Old Trafford will not affect the club's winning mentality. David Moyes began work as Manchester United boss this week, and former United captain Neville is convinced the new man will continue the club's habit of winning trophies.

Barcelona insist their transfer funds have not been exhausted by the £50m paid for Brazil star Neymar. A club spokesman revealed the team has more money available for signings this summer, with the Spanish giants thought to be keen to strengthen their defence.

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