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ESPN FC Posted by ESPN staff
9 hours ago

Arsenal and Chelsea set to go head to head over Valencia's Paco Alcacer

Valencia striker Paco Alcacer points in the direction that his wages will be heading.

The January transfer window may be more than three months away but that won't stop the gossip, speculation and rumours! Transfer Talk brings you the very latest. ...

Capital Gains? London duo chase Alcacer

Paco Alcacer is in red-hot form and, after getting on the scoresheet in Valencia's emphatic 3-1 victory over Espanyol, has now scored three goals in as many outings for club and country.

Scouts far and wide are starting to take notice of the 21-yead-old Spaniard, with Arsenal and Chelsea heading...

ESPN FC Posted by ESPN staff
1 day ago

Cristiano Ronaldo could return to Manchester, all right, but in City blue?

Cristiano Ronaldo looks good in black. Would it be such a stretch to see him in Manchester City blue?

The January transfer window may be more than three months away but that won't stop the gossip, speculation and rumours! Transfer Talk brings you the very latest. …

Welcome to Manchester, Ronaldo

Stop me if you've heard this one before. Cristiano Ronaldo wants to leave Real Madrid and return to play in Manchester. But wait! What if he had a Carlos Tevez moment and traded in his United red for City blue?

Those at United working to woo Ronaldo back to Old Trafford have been told that the Portuguese...

ESPN FC Posted by ESPN staff
2 days ago

Xavi said no to Manchester United, Munir rumoured in Arsenal move

The ESPN FC panel continue their debate on who the all time best UEFA Champions League winning side is.

Just when you thought you were out, we pull you back in! Transfer Talk has caught its breath after a hectic final day of the summer window. But despite the fact there are more than three months until the opening of its January equivalent, the gossip won't abate and we'll bring you the juiciest morsels we can find!

Munir already on the move?

He may be just two matches into his Barcelona senior career, but Munir El Haddadi has already attracted Arsenal's attention. The Daily Star is reporting...

John Brewin profile picture Posted by John Brewin
Sep 2, 2014

Premier League stars left in limbo after the transfer deadline

ESPN FC's Ian Darke and Alison Bender review the biggest winners and losers of the transfer window.

They are the remains of the day, those unwanted players left on the shelf when the transfer window closed. In some cases, there were no takers. In others, negotiations broke down.

Tom Cleverley was almost one of them. The consensus among those in the game is that the Manchester United midfielder needed a move to reboot an ailing career. Avenues to Aston Villa and Everton opened. Valencia held passing interest, too, for a player who admires the Spanish game. Spain was never an option since Cleverley...

 Posted by James Horncastle
Sep 2, 2014

Transfer grades for elite clubs across Europe this summer

It has been a busy summer of transfer activity, with Europe's elite spending vast amounts of cash to improve their sides post-World Cup. Here's how they all did.

NOTE: These grades are not in relation to each other. Instead they are in regard to the club's needs, objectives and relative capabilities.

SPAIN

Toni Kroos and James Rodriguez were purchased to help Real Madrid dominate beyond Spain's borders.
James Rodriguez and Toni Kroos are now galacticos.

Real Madrid -- Grade: B+

James Rodriguez's star was in the ascendancy this summer and, in true Florentino Perez style, Real had to have a galactico. It was a zeitgeist spur-of-the-moment signing...

 Posted by Miguel Delaney
Sep 1, 2014

Deadline Day: What did we learn?

ESPN FC's Ian Darke and Alison Bender review the biggest winners and losers of the transfer window.

Roman Abramovich's money does not just buy the best players; it buys the best negotiators

More than a week before the window actually closed, manager Jose Mourinho said there would be "no tick tock" for Chelsea, no pressure.

All their business was done. The latter ended up changing, as Loic Remy replaced Fernando Torres, but there was still no pressure, "no tick tock."

Almost as soon as the deal became public attention, it was wrapped up. Chelsea resolved the issue almost before anyone realised...