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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 Nick Miller

De Gea, Martial and Man United show the panic deadline day can induce

France coach Didier Deschamps says Manchester United-bound Anthony Martial has great potential.
France coach Didier Deschamps says Manchester United-bound Anthony Martial has great potential.

The transfer window and when it should end is a divisive issue among managers. Some bosses, such as West Brom's Tony Pulis, believe it should shut before the season starts.

Others, as Sam Allardyce commented a few weeks ago, enjoy the chance to assess the players at their disposal in live games for a few weeks before finalising their squad.

One thing's for sure -- deadline day focuses the mind. Like an ill-prepared student whose exam time sneaks up on them or a tax return that has been sitting on...

 By Uli Hesse

Germany and Poland bring back World Cup '74 memories and the water battle

Germany and Poland's second-round clash at the World Cup in 1974 was notable for the dreadful pitch conditions.

When Germany play Poland in Frankfurt in European Championship 2016 qualifying on Friday, many memories will come flooding back -- and you'll see in a second why this is a pun.

The two sides have met many times over the years but one match towers above the rest: the World Cup game in Frankfurt on July 3, 1974.

Germans call it "die Wasserschlacht", the water battle, while it's "mecz na wodzie" for the Poles, the water game. It's sometimes referred to as the semifinal, but it was in fact the teams'...

 By Dez Corkhill

Malaysia change defensive shape to limit damage in World Cup qualifiers

ESPN FC's Jason Dasey and Alistair Edwards preview AFC World Cup qualifying action involving Singapore, Malaysia and Australia.

Malaysia's group in the 2018 World Cup qualifiers contains three strong teams who appeared at the 2015 AFC Asian Cup, two of whom could embarrass them over the next week.

After just a point from their opening two home games, including a 6-0 humbling by Palestine, Harimau Malaya travel to the United Arab Emirates (UAE), before hosting Saudi Arabia.

Here are three thoughts from Kuala Lumpur about the games ahead:

1. Malaysia must tighten up defensively

Six-goal maulings in Oman and against Palestine...

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Real Madrid have measure of Man United despite De Gea confusion

David De Gea's potential move to Real Madrid descended into farce on Monday as it was claimed the Spanish club failed to sign him in time.

Neither side is yet accepting blame for Monday's farcical breakdown of goalkeeper David De Gea's move from Manchester United to Real Madrid. And nor are they likely to.

Though a wrong file format is being blamed for Madrid's failure to ratify the deal before the 00:00 CET deadline, the truth of De Gea being left in limbo lies in the brinkmanship of the deal being taken to the last minute of the Spanish transfer window.

Two clubs who had once shared historically cordial relations since first meeting...

 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,...