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How signing Neymar and Mbappe backfired on PSG

The French giants made the two biggest signings in soccer history in 2017 as they attempted to dominate the sport and change it forever. Two years on, the the grand plan has not worked.

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Mbappe opens up about future in MLS & following LeBron

Kylian Mbappe discusses a potential move to Major League Soccer in the future and also admits his admiration for LeBron James.

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Man United heading for more misery in the transfer market this summer

Man United needed to act quickly to put last summer's transfer failings behind them, but they are still in a state of flux and trouble is brewing.

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Pogba wants out. How should Man United respond?

It could be a negotiation tactic or it could be a transfer threat but either way, Paul Pogba's comments will have turned heads in Manchester.

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LIVE Transfer Talk: Brooks on the books for Manchester United?

Bournemouth starlet David Brooks could go to Manchester United this summer, for the cool price of £50m. Transfer Talk is LIVE with the latest.

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Five relegated players who could prove bargain buys

The Premier League's top six rarely buy players from relegated clubs but this season there's a few diamonds in the rough worth dumpster diving for.

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  • Welcome to the Summer of Soccer

    The domestic season is done but there's no rest as we've got four international men's tournaments and the WWC. Here's what you need to know.

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  • Who are the best 30 players under 21?

    Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo are the dominant forces in soccer, but who's next? Who will take on the challenge of being the best in soccer?

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  • Emery's first season better than Wenger's last?

    Nick Hornby: The 2018-19 campaign showed that Arsenal will always flake out when it matters, no matter who's playing or coaching.

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  • Barnwell: Prem winners and losers

    It's been another remarkable season in England's top flight. Bill Barnwell runs through the best and worst of the 2018-19 Premier League season.

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  • Why Trent Alexander-Arnold won't stop

    At 20, the Liverpool and England right-back has had a meteoric rise that includes back-to-back Champions League finals. But he is not satisfied.

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  • ESPN FC 100

    Here are the top 100 players and managers in men's soccer, as rated by our experts.

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  • Soccer's greatest captains

    To celebrate the release of "Captain Marvel," ESPN and Marvel teamed up to turn our favorite soccer captains into galaxy-dominating superheroes.

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  • Wright Thompson: Liverpool Rising

    Liverpool have been superb this season. Here's what a trophy would mean to a city that has experienced so much joy, hope, despair and tragedy along the way.

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  • Kane wants to conquer the Premier League... then the NFL

    The world's best striker has his sights set on an NFL career. Why can't he make it happen?

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  • Katie Nolan goes to Liverpool to watch her beloved Reds

    The host of 'Always Late' on ESPN+ checked a big item on her bucket list when she visited Anfield.

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  • Flamengo: Tragedy in the Vulture's Nest

    On Feb. 8, a fire at an uninspected youth dormitory at one of Brazil's highest-earning teams caused 10 preventable deaths. How?

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  • The hater's guide to soccer rivalries

    Some of soccer's biggest grudge matches take place over the final three months of the season. Here's your must-have guide.

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  • In search of Emiliano Sala

    The tragic disappearance of Emiliano Sala, bound for new club Cardiff on a single-engine plane, raises the question: How did this happen?

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  • Ajax's dream factory: Where selling De Jong is no big deal

    For most clubs, losing a star like Frenkie De Jong would be a killer. For Ajax, it's their business model.

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  • Thompson: The greatest game never played

    When Boca Juniors and River Plate were set to meet in Argentina's most important match ever, Buenos Aires lost its mind.

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  • Your guide to football's dark arts

    Sergio Ramos is a master, Wilfried Zaha knows how to win a free kick and chicanery from corners can be crucial. Welcome to the dark arts.

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  • Man United legends dream big with Salford City

    The Class of '92 made their names and won it all at Old Trafford. Now they're trying to take a tiny, working-class team to the Premier League.

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  • Upcoming fixtures

    Keep track of all the important upcoming fixtures in the Premier League, Champions League, La Liga, English Football League and more.

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    Results and scores from the Premier League, Champions League, La Liga, English Football League and more.

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  • League tables

    Updated tables from the Premier League, Champions League, La Liga, English Football League and more.

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