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 By Rob Train

Robin van Persie a potential candidate to replace Hernandez at Real Madrid

The ESPN FC crew look at Javier Hernandez's prospects and whether he has a future at Manchester United.

While the Bernabeu board machinates over the futures of Sergio Ramos and Iker Casillas while also pursuing David de Gea, there isn't a lot left for Rafael Benitez to do on the transfer front at Real Madrid.

However, there is one he can sort while chat continues over the potential departures of his club captains. He needs a replacement back-up striker.

Javier Hernandez didn't exactly carve his name into the history of Real Madrid during his loan spell last season but he did a job when he called...

 By Tim Vickery

Mascherano, Guerrero headline Copa America team of the tournament

Tim Vickery's Copa America Best XI
Tim Vickery's Copa America Best XI

Goalkeeper -- Claudio Bravo (Chile)

In a tournament where the goalkeeping was at a fairly high standard, there was no one outstanding candidate. Bravo gets the nod, though. He may not have been entirely happy with the second goal he conceded in the 3-3 draw with Mexico, but that aside, he was flawless, providing leadership and standing up big in the vital moments. His reflex save from a Sergio Aguero header in the first half of the final was a key point in Chile's win.

Right-back -- Luis Advincula...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Raheem Sterling set for Liverpool preseason; Van Persie back at United

Defensive reinforcements are high on the agenda of several Premier League teams, as they look to strengthen their respective backlines.

With a number of players set to report back with their Premier League clubs on Monday for the start of pre-season training, Transfer Talk keeps up to date with all the latest rumours and gossip as wanted targets face the music.

TOP STORY: Sterling faces uneasy return

While Raheem Sterling's transfer tribulations have been running for some time, there's plenty left in the tank for a bumpy ride between now and when the window snaps shut at 18.00 BST on Sept. 1.

Despite Manchester City's intense interest...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Lionel Messi and Argentina, Gold Cup favourites, Lampard and Gerrard

Lionel Messi will have to wait at least another year to lift an international trophy with Argentina.

Football always inspires debate, and this weekend was no exception. Here are five burning questions on the ESPN FC radar.

Vote and comment below or on Twitter using the hashtag #FCtalkingpoints.

Saturday's Copa America final loss to Chile marked the second time in a year Lionel Messi has come up short in a major tournament with Argentina. With another Copa scheduled, but not guaranteed, for next year and a World Cup three long years away, is the Barca legend doomed to finish his Albiceleste career...

Everton addressing aging squad with early business in transfer window

Everton and Barcelona have reached an agreement for €6 million over winger Gerard Deulofeu.

It was a struggle for Everton during Roberto Martinez's second season in charge, especially from a defensive standpoint. The Toffees reached a half century of goals conceded, one fewer than relegated Hull and three fewer than relegated Burnley.

Between Tim Howard dropping from the heights of a one-man World Cup show to a shadow of his best, and a defence creaking under injuries and fluctuating form, it was a slog in the defensive third of the pitch last season. Those who struggled soon moved on....

 By David Mooney

Relaxed FFP rules leaving Man City fans smarting

ESPN FC's Alexis Nunes and Tommy Smyth talk Manchester City's continued interest in Fabian Delph.

There aren't many industries in the world where a business's profits and losses are dealt with like they are with football clubs and Financial Fair Play Regulations (FFPR). In any other line of work, what the company can spend is largely dependent on the money they have made and the projections of what funds will be coming in over the next few years. And, of course, the owner can invest whatever they like in order to make it grow.

Which makes football bizarre. Certain losses don't count -- such...