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ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Premier League neutrals on whether they want a Leicester title win

ESPN FC's Craig Burley is astonished with how Leicester City are performing so well with the squad they have.
Claudio Ranieri
Could it actually happen? Here's what it'd look like if Claudio Ranieri won the league with Leicester.

Leicester's incredible rise from the relegation zone last season to leading the Premier League 12 months on is one of the most remarkable situations in modern football history.

Claudio Ranieri's men have captured the imagination across the world for their blistering counter-attacking style and they face a title showdown this Sunday away to Arsenal, who are five points behind.

Arsene Wenger recently claimed Leicester are the neutrals' choice to win the Premier League. Do you agree? While you can...

 By PA Sport

Barcelona striker Luis Suarez misses Premier League's unpredictability

Barcelona coach Luis Enrique doesn't get drawn into numbers talk after his side completed a club-record 29-match unbeaten run.

Luis Suarez has revealed he would only be interested in a Premier League return if it was with Liverpool, while adding he misses the unpredictable nature of competition in England's top flight.

The Uruguay striker left Anfield for Barcelona in the summer of 2014, months after Manchester City pipped the Reds to the Premier League title.

Since then the 29-year-old has struck up a formidable partnership alongside Lionel Messi and Neymar at the Nou Camp -- winning the Primera Division, the Copa del Rey...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

What's trending: LVG 'disappointed,' Jerome Valcke banned 12 years

The FC crew discuss Manchester United's potential record-breaking profits, but recent failure to bring in top talent.

Here are the top stories from Friday:

MAN UNITEDLouis van Gaal directed questions to the boardroom when asked if he believes he can remain manager of Manchester United next season, a day after saying both he and Manchester United's ownership are "disappointed" by results this season.

- Van Gaal also piled pressure on Leicester City and Tottenham, claiming there will come a time when the inexperienced title-challengers "have to win."

- United suffered a triple injury blow with Phil Jones,...

Arsene Wenger faces centre-back choice between Mertesacker, Gabriel

ESPN FC's Steve Nicol feels Leicester City have the upper hand against Arsenal.

Arsene Wenger will have to choose between a centre-back who still doesn't speak the language or one who doesn't have the pace to keep up with Jamie Vardy when Arsenal play Leicester in a crucial Premier League clash on Sunday.

Wenger has said that Gabriel Paulista still hasn't learned enough English to be a vocal leader on the pitch, leaving Petr Cech to organise the back four when Per Mertesacker doesn't play.

However, he has still picked the Brazilian over the slower Mertesacker recently after...

 By PA Sport

Louis van Gaal won't ask Man United about talks with Jose Mourinho

ESPN FC's Craig Burley thinks choosing Jose Mourinho over Mauricio Pochettino is an easy decision.

Louis van Gaal says he won't ask Manchester United officials if the club have been in contact with Jose Mourinho about replacing him as manager, saying he would be "disappointed" if reports are accurate.

Sources have told ESPN FC that United have opened talks with Mourinho in recent weeks, and there has been no denial from Old Trafford among similar reports.

Van Gaal reiterated on Friday that he did not believe there have been any such talks with vice-chairman Ed Woodward, but he admitted...