Everton have been chasing the 23-year-old since his impressive World Cup exploits.
The summer transfer deadline day has arrived and managers are working hard to secure last minute deals so we'll bring you all the latest gossip from around the globe.
The respected French publication says Everton want Zouma on loan while United are looking at a permanent transfer but Chelsea are reluctant to do business with the Red Devils as they don't want to strengthen a rival.
England's Hall rallies to win Women's British Open
But instead of reflecting on the past, the former Oakmead College pupil hoped her triumph would inspire the next generation. Then, when Hall rolled in a 10-foot birdie putt at No. 13, they were tied for the first time since the first hole.
Marcos Silva has been desperate to land a new centre-half all summer after he allowed Ramiro Funes Mori and Ashley Williams to leave permanently and on loan respectively.
The Brazil worldwide, who has 14 caps for his country and played in the World Cup four years ago, cost Shakhtar a considerable £40m to sign from Atletico Mineiro in 2013.
Bernard started his career at Atletico Mineiro, where he won the Copa Libertadores in 2013.
Guardiola not expecting any more Manchester City signings
The Portuguese coach said on Sunday his team could face a "difficult" season if there are no new arrivals before the 5 p.m. deadline on Thursday.
Mina only joined Barca in January from Brazilian side Palmeiras.
Richarlison believes that Bernard will be a signing who improves Everton..
Hurricane Hector closing in on Hawaii and volcano
Some fluctuations in intensity are expected overnight into Monday, followed by gradual weakening Monday night through Wednesday. Hector is expected to continue moving west and have a slight increase in speed over the next couple of days.
Left-back Lucas Digne has already moved to Everton from Barcelona, while midfielder Andre Gomes is also being heavily linked with a move to the Toffees. "He's played a lot of games previously and it's a great test for him to come here".