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ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Atletico Madrid want Kevin Gameiro after Diego Costa deal falls through

The ESPN FC panel analyse which Diego Costa will show up for Chelsea this season -- if he remains at all.

With the summer transfer window upon us, rumours are picking up steam. Transfer Talk has its finger on the pulse when it comes to the latest gossip. Follow our live blog below, and see the latest deals here.

TOP STORY: Atleti turn attentions to Gameiro

Talk of a potential Atletico Madrid return for Chelsea striker Diego Costa has been around since the previous season, but it's time to stop that talk, the Mirror said.

It reported that the idea of an Atleti move for Costa is old-fashioned nowadays...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

What's trending: Arsenal's Alexandre Lacazette bid rejected by Lyon

Lyon striker Alexandre Lacazette is on the radar of a number of top European clubs, and may be open to a move to the EPL.
ESPN FC's Shaka Hislop assesses which of the top strikers in the world would best suit Arsenal.

Here are the latest stories for Tuesday.

ARSENAL: Lyon have announced that they have rejected an Arsenal bid for striker Alexandre Lacazette.

JUVENTUSPaul Pogba posted a picture of himself alongside his agent Mino Raiola, with the Juventus midfielder stating he is on his "holidays" still, as speculation continued to grow around Europe that a move for him to Manchester United is close.

MAN CITY: Palmeiras forward Gabriel Jesus is in "very advanced" talks with Manchester City,...

 By Steven Kelly

Joe Allen exit not an unfair decision by Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp

ESPN FC's Paul Mariner gives his verdict on Liverpool's summer transfer window.

Joe Allen leaving Liverpool was the least surprising news of the summer. Fans will debate the decision but it isn't a baffling or unfair one.

Brendan Rodgers insisted on bringing his midfield dynamo at Swansea along for the Anfield ride when signing him for £15 million in 2012. He humorously called him "the Welsh Xavi" but that air of levity haunts him still. Presumably, Rodgers felt his methods needed transplanting from Swansea to Liverpool, aided by bringing an important member of that side...

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Rooney and Hart may be under threat in Allardyce's England revolution

Wayne Rooney's position as England captain is not guaranteed under Sam Allardyce.

Sam Allardyce's first England match will be against Slovakia on Sept. 4. Who might be getting worried about their place and who should be hopeful of a call-up?

Five to go?

Wayne Rooney

In his inaugural news conference, Allardyce straight-batted the question of whether Wayne Rooney would be captain and later, speaking to newspaper journalists, made it clear that England's all-time scorer would have to fight for his place.

"It's a decision that I'll make once I've got my feet under the table," he...

Pep Guardiola's Man City plans disrupted by Beijing cancellation

Despite the Manchester Derby being canceled, Man City will next face Borussia Dortmund in Shenzhen.

The cancellation of Monday's friendly between Manchester City and Manchester United in the International Champions Cup (ICC) in Beijing may have set the two clubs back a game in their preseason preparations, but it was also a cruel blow for their fans in China who missed a rare opportunity to see their heroes. They do not know when they will get another chance.

It's also an embarrassment for the ICC organisers, who were able to persuade two of the biggest clubs in the world to fly 5,000 miles for...

 By Chris Wright

Chelsea stars Courtois, Hazard and Pedro quizzed on all things American

With a preseason tour of the United States about to begin, Chelsea decided to test a few of their players on their knowledge of all things American.

The test took the form of a quickfire Q&A session on the Blues' official website, with the club putting the questions to the likes of Eden Hazard, Thibaut Courtois and Pedro.

Between Pedro thinking the USA consists of just 32 states, Asmir Begovic naming JFK as America's first president and a largely disinterested Hazard having absolutely no idea which...