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PSG free to pursue Di Maria, Chelsea won't let Remy go, Diaby open to MLS?

ESPN FC's Stewart Robson believes Angel Di Maria could be Manchester United's most influential player next season.

With the summer transfer window now open, join us for the latest updates from across Europe. Find all completed transfers here if you're looking to catch up with the latest deals.

TOP STORY: PSG free to chase Di Maria deal

Good news for Paris Saint-Germain fans as L'Equipe reports that UEFA have decided to lift financial fair play restrictions on the Ligue 1 champions. The French paper claims that PSG will celebrate by launching a bid for No. 1 target Angel Di Maria, and can offer...

 By Chris Wright

Rayo Vallecano use brilliant new kit to promote tolerance

Rayo Vallecano have a reputation as being one of the most progressive and socially aware football clubs in the world, with the La Liga side throwing their support behind a number of charitable campaigns over the course of the past few years.

To that end, Rayo's new third kit for 2015-16 encapsulates their ethos...

 By Chris Wright

USWMNT star Abby Wambach promises special souvenir to radio host

Julie Foudy, Kate Markgraf and Kristine Lilly discuss the United States' 2-0 win over Germany to advance to the 2015 FIFA Women's World Cup final.

Having successfully seen off Germany in the semifinals on Wednesday evening, the US women's national team are now within touching distance of claiming their record third Women's World Cup title.

Abby Wambach and company are set to square off against Japan in the final in Vancouver on Sunday evening and the veteran striker is confident that her side will emerge as victors -- so much so that she's already doling out the post-game souvenirs.

Indeed, Wambach called into the Dan Patrick Show shortly...

 By Lee Roden

Turan would be a perfect Luis Enrique signing for Barcelona

ESPN FC's Gabriele Marcotti talks Paul Pogba transfer rumours, and how the Juventus midfielder will eventually move for the right price.

Arda Turan transfer rumours are becoming a yearly sport in Madrid. Every summer the Turkey international or his agent make rumbles about itchy feet, and every summer he ultimately stays at the Vicente Calderon. Rinse and repeat.

When this year's bout of stories appeared, there was a different feeling in the air, however. This time there seemed to be long-term thinking at work, the sensation that he has reached a natural end-point to his time at Atletico Madrid, as well as claims he told dressing...

Lionel Messi to win the Copa America he deserves? U.S. to win WWC

Argentina captain Lionel Messi was delighted with his side's display as they destroyed Paraguay 6-1 to advance to the Copa America final.

Messi to get trophy he deserves

Readers of this column will know how much I value home advantage. In some circumstances, it's the most important thing you can have; in others it's the only thing that gives a side a chance.

Chile have home advantage in the Copa America final this weekend and quite frankly, that means almost nothing. Not because it won't help. Of course it will. Not having to travel, knowing the venue better than the opponents and just generally feeling "at home" can make a massive...

Jose Juan Vazquez stars for Mexico in shaky match vs. Honduras

Mexico striker Javier Hernandez broke his collarbone as Mexico and Honduras settled for a goalless draw in their friendly match in Houston.
Mexico's Javier Chicharito Hernandez is injured in a friendly against Honduras, and the injury may be serious.

Worries continue to mount for Mexico before the start of the Gold Cup. The team hasn't won in its past seven matches and star striker Javier Hernandez appears to be doubtful for the upcoming tournament after leaving Mexico's 0-0 draw with Honduras with a collarbone injury.

Wednesday night proved that with a more defensive and physical approach, a squad like Honduras can scrape by against Mexico. Los Catrachos did an excellent job absorbing El Tri's attack and shut down Mexico with their aggressive...