Monday's latest stories from the world of football in ESPN FC's What's Trending...
ARSENAL: Arsenal are on the verge of signing Lyon striker Alexandre Lacazette for a club-record fee, the French club's president has confirmed.
- Alexis Sanchez must leave Arsenal if he is to fulfil his ambition of winning the Champions League, Chile legend Ivan Zamorano has told SFR Sport.
CONFEDERATIONS CUP: Joachim Low called Germany's Confederations Cup final win against Chile "an absolute joy" after his inexperienced national team held on for a 1-0 victory in Saint Petersburg on Sunday night.
- Mexico captain Rafa Marquez has questioned FIFA's decision-making in choosing the officials for their third-place playoff against Portugal in the Confederations Cup on Sunday and slammed the decision not to use video assistant referee (VAR) on a penalty shout late in extra time.
GERMANY: Germany will return to the summit of the FIFA World Ranking after their Confederations Cup victory over Chile. Switzerland climb four places into fifth, while Poland shoot to their highest-ever ranking of sixth.
ASTON VILLA: Former Chelsea captain John Terry has joined Championship club Aston Villa on a one-year contract.
MAN UNITED: Matteo Darmian will have to ask to leave Manchester United if he wants to join Juventus or Inter Milan this summer, sources have told ESPN FC.
CHELSEA: Germany defender Antonio Rudiger refused to speculate about a possible move to Premier League champions Chelsea in the wake of his nation's Confederations Cup victory.
EVERTON: Everton are on the verge of signing Burnley defender Michael Keane with the player due for a medical on Merseyside on Monday, sources have told ESPN FC.
TOTTENHAM: Reported Tottenham Hotspur target Adrien Silva has told Portuguese daily A Bola he is not certain to remain at Sporting Lisbon and is open to a move to the Premier League.
LIVERPOOL: Jurgen Klopp says he will be using Liverpool's preseason to try to implement new tactics for the 2017-18 campaign.
WEST BROM: West Bromwich Albion have completed the signing of Jay Rodriguez from Southampton.
REAL MADRID: Real Madrid goalkeeper Keylor Navas says he will "fight to the death" to keep his starting place and is not worried about speculation that any of David De Gea, Thibaut Courtois or Gianluigi Donnarumma could arrive this summer.
BAYERN MUNICH: Bayern Munich midfielder Franck Ribery has set the benchmark for foreign players after a decade at the club, according to president Uli Hoeness.
AC MILAN: Gianluigi Donnarumma should stay at AC Milan, former goalkeeper Christian Abbiati has said.
MLS: MLS leading scorer Nemanja Nikolic added two goals to his season tally to help the Chicago Fire thrash the Vancouver Whitecaps 4-0 on Saturday.