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Liverpool positive on James Rodriguez; London clubs dueling for Ross Barkley

Gary McAllister believes the new stand at Anfield has improved the atmosphere ahead of the Liverpool v Real Madrid legends match.

The football world's gossip mill is in full swing, and Transfer Talk is monitoring the whispers ahead of all the summer moves. Check out the latest deals here.

Liverpool confident over James deal

Jurgen Klopp could land Real Madrid star James Rodriguez, with The Mirror reporting that Liverpool believe they can sign the Colombian if they qualify for the Champions League.

The former Monaco and Porto star will likely move on this summer, having not featured in Zinedine Zidane's first team for...

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Javier 'Chicharito' Hernandez's Mexico record in numbers: How he reached 46

'Chicharito' Hernandez equaled Jared Borgetti's goal record, but where does he stack up among the Mexico greats?
FC's Herculez Gomez and Sebastian Salazar highlight Mexico's new swagger and stability after its win over Costa Rica.

Javier "Chicharito" Hernandez has finally done it! The beloved striker has drawn level with Jared Borgetti at 46 goals for the Mexico national team, leaving him as El Tri's joint career leading scorer.

In honor of his historic strike in the 2-0 victory over Costa Rica on Friday, we break down the numbers behind his record-leveling goals tally.

When it comes to World Cup qualifiers, Hernandez has been something of a good omen for the Mexico national team, which has gone 5-0-1 when...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Odd statue of Arsenal and Chile star Alexis Sanchez is unveiled

Alexis Sanchez
Alexis Sanchez's statue display is repainted after the Colo Colo badge was vandalised.

Alexis Sanchez had a disappointing evening on Thursday as Chile lost to Argentina in a World Cup qualifier, but he had far more to cheer about on Saturday.

The Arsenal forward visited his home city of Tocopilla to unveil a statue, created by Marco Vergara, that has been erected in his honour.

It's not your usual statue, however, with Sanchez in full Chile kit and looking more like a life-sized cartoon -- complete with Hollywood Walk of Fame-esque handprints and footprints.

 By Tom Marshall

Mexico's steady improvement continues on the road to Russia 2018

FC's Herculez Gomez and Sebastian Salazar highlight Mexico's new swagger and stability after its win over Costa Rica.
FC's Herculez Gomez and Sebastian Salazar highlight Mexico's new swagger and stability after its win over Costa Rica.

MEXICO CITY -- No team ever wants to be inflicted with a 7-0 loss, but such a shattering defeat forces a collective to stare into the mirror and search within for answers.

That was the situation in which Mexico found itself last summer after the historic low against Chile in the quarterfinal of the Copa America Centenario. Javier Hernandez said the defeat "hurt Mexico's soul," while El Tri coach Juan Carlos Osorio went to South America to seek advice from figures like Marcelo Bielsa, as well as...

Dempsey, Pulisic and Altidore impress; U.S. boosts World Cup qualifying hopes

In dire need of a win, the United States scored goal after goal in a World Cup qualifying rout of Honduras in California.
Herculez Gomez attributes Clint Dempsey's fighting spirit as the reason for his success for both club and country.
Taylor Twellman feels Pulisic is better than Donovan was at 18 years old in the United States' 6-0 win over Honduras.

SAN JOSE, Calif. -- A day before the United States systematically annihilated Honduras 6-0 in Friday's high-stakes World Cup qualifying match, coach Bruce Arena was asked to describe the mood of his squad.

"The mood is we'd like to be playing right now," he responded.

It showed. The hosts were relentless from the opening whistle, taking an early lead on Sebastian Lletget's first international goal and going on to triple their advantage to make the outcome a formality with almost an hour still left...

Time is up for Phil Jones and Chris Smalling at Manchester United

Stevie Nicol says Manchester United should throw the kitchen sink at Antoine Griezmann to lure him from Atletico Madrid.

Manchester United fans knew that the Rio Ferdinand-Nemanja Vidic defensive partnership was one of the best in their club's history, if not the best, but as much as the players were appreciated at the time, their reputation has only grown in the years since they left Old Trafford.

Chris Smalling and Phil Jones were supposed to be their replacements, with Sir Alex Ferguson claiming the latter could one day become the club's greatest ever player. Sir Bobby Charlton even likened him to Duncan Edwards,...