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Porto midfielder Ruben Neves attracts attention after Busquets comparison

Ruben Neves has a chance to prove himself against Chelsea.

Ruben Neves has recently been linked with a number of European football's biggest clubs, and the FC Porto midfielder will get a chance to impress one of his potential suitors at close quarters when his side host Chelsea at the Dragao on Tuesday.

Neves grew up as a Porto supporter in the town of Mezelos, south of Porto, and joined the club's academy at the age of eight. He made an excellent impression on his way through the ranks, with his maturity and leadership skills evident from an early age....

Angel Correa's potential starting to emerge at Atletico Madrid

Angel Correa's slick movement against Eibar on Saturday helped Atletico Madrid pick up three points.
Angel Correa's slick movement against Eibar on Saturday helped Atletico Madrid pick up three points.

Angel Correa announced himself to a European audience by coming off the bench to lead Atletico Madrid to a 2-0 win away to Eibar on Saturday. He entered the pitch just past the hour mark, produced a lovely drop of the shoulder and crisp finish to open the scoring a minute later and then provided the assist for the second, scored by Fernando Torres.

Correa's path to La Liga has been far from straightforward. Born in Rosario, Argentina into a family of 10 siblings, he grew up in a poor, gang-ridden...

Marco Asensio, Jeremie Boga and Alen Halilovic among five loanees to watch

As the transfer window shuts, the ESPN FC panel take a look back at Arsenal and Manchester United's inability to secure a marquee signing, Chelsea's new additions, Kevin De Bruyne joining Manchester City to bolster Manuel Pellegrini's attack and much more
Marco Asensio, left, Jeremie Boga, middle, and Alen Halilovic, right, are expected to get valuable playing time during their loan spells.

First-team football can be hard to come by for young players on the books of big clubs, and loan moves therefore provide them with a welcome opportunity to hone their talent in a competitive environment. Here are five promising youngsters who are likely to get their first prolonged exposure to top-flight football following recent loan moves to teams in the big five leagues.

Marco Asensio | 19 | Real Madrid to Espanyol

Real Madrid moved swiftly to beat Barcelona to the signing of Asensio last...

Can Man United's Anthony Martial live up to £36 million price tag?

Manchester United are soon expected to complete the signing of Monaco forward Anthony Martial, after the French Football Federation confirmed on Monday morning that they had granted him permission to travel to England to sign a contract with the Premier League club in a deal reported to be worth £36 million.

Martial grew up in the southern Paris suburb of Massy and began his football education at local club CO Les Ulis. At 14, he was signed up by Olympique Lyonnais, where his prolific scoring...

Ramiro Funes Mori will need time to shine for Everton in Premier League

ESPN FC's Craig Burley outlines Manchester City's victory over a resilient Everton side, and asserts that City are now the team to beat in the Premier League.
Ramiro Funes Mori has a bright future, but must adapt his game for Everton.

Everton are expected to bolster their defensive options shortly with the purchase of Ramiro Funes Mori from River Plate. The centre-back was present during Sunday's 2-0 home defeat to Man City and Roberto Martinez has confirmed that a deal is close.

Funes Mori was born in Mendoza, Argentina, but moved with his family to Dallas in the United States at the age of 10. He and his twin brother Rogelio -- currently of Monterrey in Mexico -- were stars of their junior-high and high-school teams, and were...

Barcelona target Gerson signs for Roma but now must prove himself

The ESPN FC crew look at Gerson's move to Roma and whether he is a good fit for the Serie A giants.

Roma completed the signing of Fluminense midfielder Gerson over the weekend after Barcelona relinquished their option on the 18-year-old. The Italian side paid a reported €16 million -- a hefty investment that is unlikely to bear immediate fruit.

Gerson came up through the ranks at Fluminense after choosing them over rivals Flamengo because the latter refused to cover the cost of transport to their training facilities from his home in Nova Iguacu. He impressed in youth competitions during...