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28mRichard Jolly

De Gea may want United exit - Van Gaal

Manchester United manager accepts his goalkeeper could exit the club with increased speculation linking him to Real Madrid.

Wenger: It's the first trophy at stake (1:57)
7hKevin Palmer

Koeman questions Vitesse-Chelsea deal

The former Vitesse manager thinks the player loan deal between the Dutch club and Chelsea hurts team spirit and affects fan loyalty.

13hESPN staff

Ramos agrees new Madrid deal - report

Sergio Ramos has reached an agreement on a new contract with Real Madrid that will keep him at the club until June 30, 2020, Marca reports.

44mMike Whalley

New Stones bid refused

Everton have rejected a second Chelsea bid of £26m for John Stones as they battle to keep the England defender.

8hESPN staff

Jose hits back at Benitez's wife

Jose Mourinho has hit back at Rafa Benitez's wife after she claimed her husband had to deal with the "messes" the Portuguese left at his former clubs.

17hESPN staff

Szczesny joins Roma on loan

Roma have confirmed the signing of goalkeeper Wojciech Szczesny from Arsenal on a year-long loan.

2dJames McNicholas

Where does Welbeck fit in for Wenger?

With Arsenal reportedly looking for a new centre-forward and Danny Welbeck still out with an injury, the Englishman may be Arsenal's odd-man out.

1dESPN staff

Falcao can be scary again - Mourinho

Jose Mourinho was "a bit scared" when Radamel Falcao joined Manchester United in 2014, the Chelsea coach told ESPN FC in an exclusive interview.

21hBen Gladwell

Salah Roma move could be delayed

Dispute between Chelsea player and Fiorentina, for whom he played the second half of last season, means he cannot officially join Roma yet.

18hSimon Curtis

Pellegrini under pressure at City

Progress this season would place Manuel Pellegrini among the greatest City managers of all time, but will he survive long enough to do it?

21hIan Holyman

Zidane: Di Maria can help PSG

Zinedine Zidane believes Angel Di Maria is the kind of player Paris Saint-Germain need to challenge for the Champions League.

1dRichard Jolly

Januzaj could play striker role - LVG

Januzaj has spent much of his Old Trafford career operating as a winger, but scored as a forward in United's 3-1 win over Barcelona in Santa Clara.

14hPA Sport

English FA backs Platini

Michel Platini has been given the firm backing of the Football Association after formally declaring he is to run for the FIFA presidency.

17hDavid Usher

Left-back would complete Reds' puzzle

Going into the season with Moreno as first choice would be questionable in itself, but to have no competition would be outright negligence.

1dKevin Palmer

LVG believes in Shaw

The Dutch manager thinks young defender Luke Shaw will silence critics after a challenging and injury plagued campaign last season.

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2dPeter O'Rourke

Adebayor undergoes Villa medical - sources

Tottenham striker Emmanuel Adebayor is set to join Aston Villa after undergoing a medical at the club's training ground, sources have told ESPN FC.

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1dKevin Palmer

Reus 'decided to stay' put - reps

Representatives of Marco Reus have clarified the Germany winger's future in a statement confirming his intention to stay at Borussia Dortmund.

1dPA Sport

Wenger defends transfer spending

Arsene Wenger has rejected claims from Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho that Arsenal have abandoned their cautious transfer approach.


From USWNT to the wild blue yonder

U.S. women's national team midfielder Megan Rapinoe joined the Blue Angels to earn her wings. Spoiler: Rapinoe reacted the way we all would.


U.S. women's national team midfielder Megan Rapinoe joins the Blue Angels for a flight.



HALFTIME! MLS All-Stars lead 2-1 over Tottenham. Kaka has a goal and an assist to David Villa, while Harry Kane scored for Spurs.


GOAL! Tottenham's Harry Kane cuts the @MLS All-Stars lead in half with a blast from 18 yards out that Nick Rimando can't touch. 2-1.


HALFTIME in San Nicolas de los Garza in the Copa Libertadores final first leg with Tigres and River Plate both hanging tough in a 0-0 draw.


GOAL! Nick Rimando makes a great save on one end to deny Spurs and seconds later Kaka hits David Villa to put @MLS All-Stars up 2-0.