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Chelsea join Man United in Nathaniel Clyne fray; Pastore to stay at PSG

Nathaniel Clyne has helped spearhead Southampton's remarkable season.
Nathaniel Clyne is one of the hottest defensive names on the Premier League watchlists for Chelsea and Manchester United.

All the latest and greatest rumours and tidbits on the transfer moves teams around the world will be making this summer.

Chelsea join Nathaniel Clyne chase

Manchester United were linked repeatedly to a move for Nathaniel Clyne during the January transfer window, but nary a deal was done. If the interest remains this summer, the Mirror reports that Louis van Gaal will have to battle Chelsea and Jose Mourinho if the want to bring the England international to Old Trafford.

The Southampton right-back...

Torosidis, Ljajic, Gervinho star for Roma at Feyenoord

Roma scored two goals at Feyenoord to book their spot in the Europa League Round of 16 despite the game being halted for objects being thrown on the field by unruly fans.
Both teams were forced to leave the field after crowd disturbances at the De Kuip stadium.

Normally when a match of football is played, one would expect discussion to be on the actual match of football.

Not on hooliganism and red-cards-that-weren't-called; not on reds-that-were-called-but-actually-weren't-reds and a double-digit minute stoppage for fans throwing projectiles onto the pitch; and certainly not for a plastic banana thrown at a black player on the opposing team. Yet here we are, two legs against Feyenoord completed, with Roma doing enough to squeak through -- even getting...

Tijuana-Pachuca and new managers highlight Liga MX weekend

Gabriel Hauche has helped fire Tijuana off to a red-hot first half of the season.
Gabriel Hauche has helped fire Tijuana off to a red-hot first half of the season.

The 2015 Liga MX Clausura has nearly hit the halfway point of the regular season with Club Tijuana looking like the strongest team in the league. They surpassed Cruz Azul after La Maquina failed to win at home against Chivas last weekend. America has slowly made its way up the league table and will be eager to confront a vulnerable Leones Negros in the Estadio Azteca on Saturday.

This weekend will also be a great opportunity for new managers to showcase the difference and improvement that they...

 By David Usher

Sterling, Sturridge fail to spark Liverpool at Besiktas

The ESPN FC panel answer your questions on what Liverpool's priorities are for the remainder of the season, whether small clubs get enough praise for upset wins and more.

There was to be no fairy tale return to the Ataturk Stadium for Liverpool as they went crashing out of the Europa League after a penalty shootout defeat to Besiktas. Liverpool had gone into the game with 1-0 lead from the first leg and in the opening 45 minutes frequently looked like they might add to it and put the tie to bed. The second half was a different story, however, as Besiktas dominated and Liverpool struggled to get out of their own half.

Substitute Tolgay-Ali Arslan eventually broke...

Major League Soccer makes a UK move, but can it take the scrutiny?

Our experts weigh in on the motives behind a potential strike in the MLS.

Despite there being no end in sight in the CBA standoff between Major League Soccer and its players, the league has taken a step across the Atlantic.

This week, MLS (in harmony with its global media rights agent, IMG) has entered a partnership with Rupert Murdoch's Sky Sports, which will see the British TV company screen games twice a week during the regular season and throughout the playoffs.

For the league, now in its 20th year, it's a signature seal of approval from another recognized media partner....

Parma's recent financial failures in Serie A disgrace a once-proud club

Alessandro Lucarelli says that the Parma team will pay the coach and hotel for the away game against Genoa as computers are removed from the training centre in Parma, Italy.

"We're going to Genoa on Sunday, even by car," Parma captain Alessandro Lucarelli insisted, "We want to play."

Just pause for a moment and imagine the scene on the A21 motorway between the two cities as a convoy of professional footballers drive the 130 miles to the game -- the stops for petrol, maybe even for directions.

Supporters' groups have offered the buses they had organised for the journey while Genoa owner Enrico Preziosi is even willing to put Parma up in a hotel for the night. While grateful...