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David De Gea in transfer limbo, Arsenal attempt late Cavani coup

ESPN FC's Gab Marcotti breaks down where things went awry between Manchester United and Real Madrid for the transfers of David De Gea and Keylor Navas.

As always, Transfer Talk has its finger on the pulse when it comes to the latest rumours and gossip. See all the latest deals here.

TOP STORY: De Gea's transfer stalls

Just when I thought I was out... they pull me back in!

Spare a thought for Manchester United (or is it Real Madrid?) keeper David De Gea, whose future remains in the balance today after the late filing of the necessary paperwork appears to have scuppered his dream move back to the Spanish capital.

Louis van Gaal's team had reportedly...

 By Tom Marshall

Porto becoming Mexico's team in Europe with Corona, Layun signings

Mexico interim head coach Ricardo Ferretti started his tenure with the eyebrow raising move of omitting the Dos Santos brothers from his first team selection.

Portico? Mexito? PorTRI? There doesn't seem to be an snappy way to combine the words Porto and Mexico, but there is no doubt the Portuguese giant is now Mexico's European club of choice.

Three El Tri players now feature for Porto, following moves late in the transfer window for Jesus "Tecatito" Corona on a permanent deal from Twente and a year-long loan taking Miguel Layun from Watford.

Combined with Porto midfield stalwart Hector Herrera, Porto is the team to watch in Europe for Mexicans abroad,...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

De Gea Man United to Real Madrid transfer fail delivers Twitter gold

Twitter, you win again.

Once again everyone's favorite source for football transfers delivered the best of the biggest transfer fail of the social media era, with Manchester United and Real Madrid reportedly failing to complete the transfer of goalkeeper David De Gea, thus keeping Keylor Navas in Madrid.

ESPN FC brings you the best of the transfer that never was, or that could still be..... We think. Maybe.

It started with this.

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

David De Gea move stalls? Chicharito, Januzaj exit Man Utd, Martial to arrive

With the transfer window in Spain closed and no official announcement of a David de Gea signing in Madrid, it appears the Spanish goalkeeper will remain at Manchester United for the time being.

As always, Transfer Talk has its finger on the pulse when it comes to the latest rumours and gossip. See all the latest deals here.

TOP STORY: De Gea's move to Real Madrid has stalled?

The wild day involving Manchester United continues. With a fee and deal agreed that would send David De Gea to Real Madrid and send Keylor Navas and money back to Old Trafford, it appears that the deal has stalled.

Multiple media outlets have reported that the necessary paperwork was not submitted in time,...

Jimenez off quickly at Benfica; Dos Santos gets MLS reality check

ESPN FC's Paul manager and Gabriele Marcotti give their thoughts on why Chicharito wasn't part of Louis van Gaal's tactics, but the pair have vastly different opinions on his future success at Bayer Leverkusen.

With the international break now upon us, it's time to review the weekend's matches before jumping into the upcoming national team friendlies.

Let's check out the noteworthy highs and lows from Mexico's best players during the past few days.

Warming up

Raul Jimenez, FW, Benfica (Primeira Liga)

Why he's here: Raul Jimenez needed just two games with Benfica to make his mark. Just minutes after being substituted in during last Saturday's match against Moreirense, the 24-year-old striker immediately...

 By Richard Hall

Inter Milan's pragmatism a new element under Roberto Mancini

From Juventus' historically bad start to the season, to Torino's historically good one, here are five things you didn't know about the second week of Serie A action.

There were no nerves in Stevan Jovetic's eyes as he stepped up to take the penalty awarded in the dying embers of Sunday night's game. Carpi had drawn level late on, but when the Montenegrin took the seven short steps before placing the ball coolly to the Carpi goalkeeper Zeljko Brkic's right, there was a glint in his eye. The simple fact of the matter is that Inter had not been on form for the second match in a row. But now, with a resolute attitude and a more solid foundation, they had made it...