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Messi move mooted, Cavani back on Man Utd's radar, Carroll heading home

He couldn't, could he? Lionel Messi has been linked with a move away from Barcelona.

With just over a month to go until the transfer window opens, the chatter and gossip continues. Today's Transfer Talk awaits and there's a whopper to king things off!

Messi to Stamford Bridge?

Lionel Messi continues to provide tantalising fodder both on and off the pitch, with The Express reporting that the Barcelona star could be lining up a quite astonishing 200 million-pound move to Chelsea.

According to reports in both Spain and Argentina, the forward is reportedly unhappy with the Camp Nou...

 By Jason Dasey
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Popovic's road to Asian coaching success with Western Sydney

Western Sydney Wanderers owner Paul Lederer says Tony Popovic won't be leaving the club any time soon.

Tony Popovic's managerial feats with Asian champions Western Sydney Wanderers make him a worthy favourite to be named coach of the year at Sunday's AFC Annual Awards in Manila.

The former Crystal Palace and Australia defender masterminded Western Sydney's unlikely road to regional success earlier this month. The fledgling club, founded less than three years ago, overcame seasoned Japanese, Chinese, Korean and Saudi Arabian sides in the knockout stages to become the first Australian outfit to win...

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Absence of Marco Verratti underlines his importance to Paris Saint-Germain

Zlatan Ibrahimovic is looking forward to a return to the Nou Camp after his Paris Saint-Germain side overcame Ajax 3-1 in the UEFA Champions League on Tuesday.

"He sees the game before the other players, like Andrea Pirlo," that was one of the many compliments that former Paris Saint-Germain manager Carlo Ancelotti paid young Italian midfielder and serial risk-taker Marco Verratti during his 16-month spell in charge of the French giants. Admittedly, there was as much criticism as there was praise during this time, but the 55-year-old's positive words always outweighed the negative.

Ancelotti left Paris back in June of 2013, so has missed watching the last...

 By Dan Fitch
2 hours ago

Player Ratings: Stambouli stars and Kane's cameo inspires

Tottenham face UEFA sanctions after their Europa League tie with Partizan Belgrade was suspended, overshadowing their progress to the knockout stages.

It says much for the quality of the first-half between Spurs and Partizan Belgrade -- a game the hosts eventually won 1-0 -- that the most notable appearances on the field came from three pitch invaders who caused the game to be delayed for several minutes by the referee.

The White Hart Lane stewards -- perhaps because they are more used to watching fans move in the opposite direction towards exit doors during Europa League action -- seemed unprepared for the stunts and, as they haplessly chased...

 By Rob Train
3 hours ago

Karim Benzema overcomes doubters to prove his Real Madrid worth

The ESPN FC crew discusses what could prevent Real Madrid from winning the Champions League.

"Raining cats and dogs" is an apt expression for the recent weather in Madrid and also brings to mind a key moment in the Real Madrid career of Karim Benzema.

It was the middle of the 2010-11 season and Jose Mourinho's preferred striker, Gonzalo Higuain, had been ruled out for months with a back problem. Mourinho, in his inimitable style, had been removing toys from his managerial pram for the previous six months over the club's reluctance to sign his main squad priority: another striker.

Among a...

 By Mark Lovell
3 hours ago

Bayern Munich to put Manchester misery behind them with trip to Berlin

Bayern Munich coach Pep Guardiola was disappointed his side couldn't hold out against Manchester City but said he was proud of his players for their efforts in the 3-2 loss.

As a legendary Canadian musician may have said: "First we take Manchester, then we take Berlin."

Bayern Munich can take mainly positives from their trip to the Etihad, despite slipping to a first defeat of the season (in their 19th competitive game) in a five-goal thriller against the "noisy neighbours" Manchester City.

Glossing over three glaring errors, after going a goal and a man down, it was an absolutely brilliant performance in Manchester. This Bayern side seemed to thrive on the challenge...