Afternoon Football Report: July 11

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Jose Mourinho has been pleased with Chelsea's business so far this summer, following the acquisitions of Andre Schurrle, Marco van Ginkel and Mark Schwarzer.

The Blues manager believes the club have recruited the right blend of youth and experience during the opening weeks of the transfer window.

Rio Ferdinand says the Manchester United players will be out to impress David Moyes as the Premier League champions embark on their pre-season tour.

United are in Bangkok for the first leg of preparations for the new season, and Ferdinand is aware he and the rest of the club's players will be under the microscope.

Manchester City manager Manuel Pellegrini has outlined his ambition to win the Premier League title during his first campaign with the club.

Pellegrini arrives at the Etihad Stadium following a season without silverware, and is intent on recapturing the league crown next term.

Newcastle goalkeeper Tim Krul has emerged as a target for Arsenal.

The Gunners are in the market for a new shot-stopper, and Krul is reported to have been identified as a potential signing.

Besiktas have agreed to meet the wage demands of Tottenham striker Emmanuel Adebayor.

The Togo international appears to be surplus to requirements at White Hart Lane, and is closing in on a transfer to Istanbul.

Barcelona must pay Santos an additional €2 million should Neymar finish in the Ballon d'Or's top three within the next five years.

Neymar concluded his transfer to Barcelona last month for a fee potentially rising to €57 million.

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