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 By Jim Daly

Casillas and Cabaye linked but will Palace land their targets?

The ESPN FC team look at the latest Premier League transfer rumours, with the window now open.

With the window open, transfer rumours start to turn up a notch and for a team like Crystal Palace, who now have more money thanks to the new Premier League rights deal, speculation is rife.

Palace were signing playing like Andy Johnson and Kevin Doyle last season but now they are being linked with strikers from Roma and Chelsea and even Iker Casillas from Real Madrid.

It's become fantasy football but what chances do the Eagles really have of signing some of the names that have been linked with...

Petr Cech deal shows Arsene Wenger is being ruthless in Arsenal spending

Petr Cech says he moved to Arsenal from Chelsea in order for first team football.

The fact that Arsenal have just signed a 33-year-old goalkeeper in Petr Cech is not without precedent. In the summer of 2003 following David Seaman's departure, Arsene Wenger did just that, bringing in Jens Lehmann from Borussia Dortmund.

The arrival of Cech from Chelsea, however, moves this latest iteration of Arsenal under the Frenchman into new territory. The fee is in the region of £11 million and by modern standards it's not exactly massive but when you consider that until August 2013,...

Roma train sights on Man City's Edin Dzeko after Nainggolan, Bertolacci deals

Roma midfielder Miralem Pjanic has been vocal in wanting his fellow Bosnian Dzeko to join the Serie A side.

Roma transfers can often seem long and dragged out. While that may be true of every club to some extent, fans have watched impatiently as the club negotiated back and forth for the permanent transfer of Radja Nainggolan from Cagliari.

This was an affair that should have been settled sooner than it was last week because the importance of keeping the Belgian at the club was simply unquestionable.

The second part of his registration fee from Cagliari cost Roma €9 million, exactly half of what...

Kenedy is rumoured to be Chelsea-bound and is comparable to Hulk

Chelsea target Kenedy has scored five goals in 40 appearances for Fluminense.

Fluminense forward Kenedy has been the subject of interest from a number of European sides but is soon expected to complete a move to Chelsea. His club confirmed last week that they had reached a deal to see him depart, with local media reporting that his destination would be Stamford Bridge in a £6.3 million move.

Kenedy, 19, was born in the Brazilian city of Santa Rita do Sapucai in Minas Gerais state. He began his youth career, aged 11, at Friburguense in Rio de Janeiro state, and then passed...

 By Uli Hesse

Germany youngsters seek to defend U19 title after U21 heartbreak

Germany celebrate during their semifinal win over Austria on their way to winning the European U19 Championships in 2014.

For German football fans, the tournament deluge continues unabated. On Sunday, the European U19 Championship starts in Greece and Germany will be looking to retain the title the team won last summer.

They will be also looking to inject the feelgood factor back into German football following the U21's disastrous 5-0 semifinal defeat against Portugal in the European U21 Championship on June 27.

This U19 competition is not as widely covered as the Euro U21 equivalent but there was a time when it was...

 By Tom Marshall

Honduras boss Jorge Luis Pinto sets sights on CONCACAF Gold Cup

Jorge Luis Pinto and his Honduras side will meet the United States on July 7 in their Gold Cup opener.

HOUSTON -- Almost exactly one year ago, Colombian Jorge Luis Pinto became the first coach since Bruce Arena with the U.S. in 2002 to lead a CONCACAF nation to the quarterfinals of the World Cup.

How things have changed for him since. Instead of being given the chance to build on his final-eight finish with Costa Rica at Brazil 2014, an ugly and bitter divorce ensued, but Pinto returned to coaching with Honduras in December. When you listen to him speak at length, you can't help feeling CONCACAF's...