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Arsenal lead Chelsea in chase for Munir, Man United join Begovic chase

Galatasaray have announced the signing of Lukas Podolski from Arsenal.

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 STORIES: Barcelona's Munir to join Arsenal over Chelsea?

If there's one thing Arsene Wenger likes, it's a bargain. After splashing out £11 million on 33-year-old goalkeeper Petr Cech already, the Frenchman is probably a little dizzy and needing to sit down.

However, he still wants to reinforce...

 By Chris Wright

Steven Gerrard treats LA Galaxy fans to free beer before grand unveiling

Steven Gerrard is introduced to the fans at the break.

As you're no doubt aware, Steven Gerrard was officially unveiled as an LA Galaxy player during the interval of his new side's 4-0 thrashing of Toronto FC on Saturday.

However, unable to wow the Galaxy faithful on the pitch for another two weeks while he waits to make his debut, Gerrard embarked on an altogether different, more direct charm offensive before his half-time introduction.

Indeed, Gerrard treated each of the three main Galaxy supporter's groups to a mountain of complimentary beer before...

 By John Duerden

Big Phil and the samba streak running through Guangzhou Evergrande

Coach Luiz Felipe Scolari wants Brazilian players for Chinese powerhouse Guangzhou Evergrande.

You don't hire 'Big Phil' Scolari without big money -- one, to meet the demands of a World Cup winning coach and, two, to bring in the players he wants. And the players he wants at Guangzhou Evergrande, the Chinese powerhouse he took over last month, are Brazilian.

Days earlier Fabio Cannavaro left the Cantonese juggernaut after just six months in charge. The dismissal (for that is what it was despite the usual 'mutual consent' stuff) couldn't be because of results at home; the four-time champions...

Revolution can't find an answer for FC Dallas

New England's Diego Fagundez fights for the ball against FC Dallas defender Zach Loyd during the second half of their teams' matchup on the Fourth of July.
New England's Diego Fagundez fights for the ball against FC Dallas defender Zach Loyd during the second half of their teams' matchup on the Fourth of July.
On a night when there were plenty of brilliant fireworks displays taking place across the country, the New England Revolution lit nothing but duds in their Fourth of July clash with FC Dallas.

After conceding early, the Revolution had no answer for Dallas' dangerous attack, and as a result, they suffered a 3-0 loss Saturday at Toyota Stadium in Frisco, Texas.

Mauro Diaz struck on a brilliant free kick that slid under the Revolution wall and into the back of the net in the ninth minute. The Revolution...

Chile's collective spirit and teamwork too much for star-driven Argentina

Chile triumphed over Argentina in dramatic fashion in the Copa America final as Alexis Sanchez put home the decisive penalty to secure the host nations first ever Copa America crown.

SANTIAGO, Chile -- Take Route 60 east out of Santiago, past the town of Los Andes, through increasingly rocky terrain and up beyond the treeline. Climb up almost vertically, through no fewer than 29 switchbacks, past the Lago de los Incas.

If you stay on the winding road another two and a half miles, you'll reach the border with Argentina and the tunnel separating these Andean neighbours. But make a right turn after a mile or so and climb even further. Eventually, you'll hit the old border crossing....

 By Tim Vickery

Argentina forced to start over after Copa America final defeat vs. Chile

Chile triumphed over Argentina in dramatic fashion in the Copa America final as Alexis Sanchez put home the decisive penalty to secure the host nations first ever Copa America crown.

SANTIAGO, Chile -- For 120 minutes, the final of the 2015 Copa America was a bit like a trusty old car that has passed its prime. A game of nearlys and what-might-have-beens, it spluttered but failed to spark until, in the penalty shoot-out, the game turned a glorious Chilean red. At last, the host country have something to put in their trophy cabinet.

For Argentina, this must have felt like a cruel re-run of last year's World Cup. The stand-out feature of the team is, of course, its individual...