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John Brewin profile picture  By John Brewin

Can Radamel Falcao be the player he once was at Jose Mourinho's Chelsea?

ESPN FC's Craig Burley addresses Radamel Falcao's reported loan move to Chelsea, where he now joins former teammate in Diego Costa.

There was a lurch into the third person as Radamel Falcao defended his Manchester United performances.

"Falcao was always there," he said, speaking in Chile ahead of Colombia's Copa America campaign. "It depends what criteria you are using. People said I was not on the field and not scoring goals but I was always there."

It was a problematic choice of words, considering goals are the criteria by which forwards are measured and especially when signs of them becoming a more "complete" player, as appears...

 By Mike Whalley

Liverpool can sign quality players despite no Champions League - Ayre

The ESPN FC crew debate whether or not Liverpool can reach a top four spot in the Premier League to return to the UEFA Champions League.
ESPN FC's Paul Mariner discusses Liverpool's latest transfers and in particular Roberto Firimino, who he feels can play a few key positions for Brendan Rodgers' side.
The transfer window officially opens on the 1st of July and Dimitri Payet has left Marseille to become the first signing for Slaven Bilic at West Ham United.
ESPN FC's Steve Nicol responds to your tweets surrounding Liverpool, and whether or not they can finish top-four.
Liverpool FC's latest signing Roberto Firmino trains ahead of their Copa America clash against Paraguay who knocked them out of the tournament four years ago.
The ESPN FC panel discuss Roberto Firmino's transfer from Hoffenheim to Liverpool, where Craig Burley believes he's not the player Liverpool need right now.

Liverpool chief executive Ian Ayre insists that a lack of Champions League football is not having a financial impact on their ability to sign players.

The club have made six senior signings this summer, including Brazilian forward Roberto Firmino from German club Hoffenheim for £29 million.

Fenway Sports Group, the Reds' Boston-based owners, have a general policy of buying younger players with the potential to develop and increase their value.

Ayre says that Liverpool will continue to adopt...