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Terry the real POTY for Chelsea

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Man City to offer £30 million for Jack Wilshere, Bebe's return to England

Manchester City are literally chasing Jack Wilshere.

The rumours are gaining steam and, in many instances, credibility. It's the sweet spot for Transfer Talk, in which anything is possible as the summer window nears.

Citizens circling

Despite Arsene Wenger's best efforts to quash any sort of speculation that Jack Wilshere will be swapping the Emirates for the Etihad this summer, talk of a move will not go away.

The Mirror reports that Manchester City are desperate to add more homegrown talent to their squad and are preparing a £30 million...

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Teammates fight each other during game in Brazil

Players from Brazilian club Placido de Castro didn't take their 5-2 loss to Rio Branco on Sunday night very well.

How fed up were they?

Shortly after their opponent's fifth and final goal of the day, two Placido de Castro teammates, left-back Fabio Junior and attacking-midfielder Uilian, turned on each other and began trading punches in the 79th minute of the clubs' Acre state championship game in Rio Branco.

Teammates quickly intervened to pull the passionate pugilists apart, but not before the...

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Chelsea's Youth Cup dominance yet to produce senior goods

Chelsea won their fourth FA Youth Cup in the past six years with a 5-2 aggregate defeat of Manchester City.

Chelsea's seniors may be champions in waiting, but their younger brothers already have their crown. Winning their fourth title in six seasons, Chelsea have become the most prolific collectors of the FA Youth Cup since Manchester United's Busby Babes won the first five from 1953 to 1957.

A 2-1 victory closed out in a counterattacking style that would have met Jose Mourinho's approval sealed a 5-2 aggregate victory over Manchester City, and captain Charlie Colkett could lift the trophy to the cheers...

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Ferretti's Tigres becoming Liga MX contenders, Pachuca facing relegation

Ricardo Ferretti and Tigres got a crucial to lift the club to second in Liga MX.

The Clasico Nacional took most the headlines and attention in round 15 of matches in the Liga MX, but Tigres and Atlas both picked up vital wins, while Puebla and Leones are almost neck-and-neck in the relegation race.

Here's the good, not so good and the ugly from this past weekend:

"Tuca" and Boy win the plaudits

If you had to pick a comedy duo featuring any two coaches in the Liga MX, it would undoubtedly be Tigres' Ricardo "Tuca" Ferretti and Atlas' Tomas Boy. Both regularly entertain in press...

Paris Saint-Germain can seize control of Ligue 1 title race by beating Metz

Laurent Blanc's players were in a positive mood after their 6-1 demolition of Lille took them back to the summit of Ligue 1

After their 6-1 demolition of Lille OSC over the weekend, Paris Saint-Germain welcome struggling FC Metz to Parc des Princes in Ligue 1 on Tuesday. Because of the capital club's Coupe de la Ligue final victory over SC Bastia earlier this month as well as their UEFA Champions League quarterfinal commitments, this fixture was pushed back until this week and has now given Laurent Blanc's men a vital game in hand.

After Sunday's 4-2 win away at Stade de Reims, Olympique Lyonnais are back on level...

Luis Enrique should look to rotate Barcelona squad vs. Getafe

ESPN FC's Alejandro Moreno looks ahead at Barcelona's remaining five matches to see if there is a fixture that will detour Barca from the La Liga title.

Barcelona have a golden chance to take another decisive step towards regaining the La Liga crown on Tuesday, when they will be hosting 13th-placed Getafe at the Camp Nou. The Barca fanbase certainly won't settle for anything less than yet another victory for the home side, especially considering there will only be four more matches to play in the competition after the final whistle.

Luis Enrique's men passed their exam at the Power8 Stadium on Saturday with flying colours, beating Espanyol in front...