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Laurens: Is Ligue 1 a "feeder league?"

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 By Michael Cox

Pogba, Vidal, Ramos, Di Maria and Schweinsteiger: big names to move?

ESPN FC's Sid Lowe reacts to recent reports that Sergio Ramos is trying to force through a transfer to Manchester United.
ESPN FC's Janusz Michallik and Alexis Nunes discuss what moves, if any, do Chelsea and Jose Mourinho need to make in this summer's transfer market.

The transfer market has been action-packed already this summer and that's before the window has even officially opened. July 1 is the start of the two-month period when clubs are allowed to recruit new players and there are some seriously big names on the market.

Here's a look at five genuine superstars who could be on the move this summer ... and where they might end up.

Paul Pogba

The French midfielder is arguably the major star available and, if he does leave Juventus, his transfer fee will surely...

Ligue 1 teams sell a lot of their best players, but it's not a bad thing

ESPNFC's Janusz Michallik provides the lowdown on West Ham's recruitment of France international midfielder Dimitri Payet from Marseille.

Geoffrey Kondogbia (Internazionale), Dimitri Payet (West Ham), Franck Tabanou and Andre Ayew (both to Swansea City) have all already gone. Giannelli Imbula, Jordan Amavi, Fabinho, Idrissa Gueye, Yannick Ferreira-Carrasco or Raphael Guerreiro could follow soon.

A quick look at the current transfer window in Ligue 1 shows that this summer is no different than ones in the past: bigger clubs in bigger leagues come to do their shopping in France. The country continues to be the place to go to get...

The transfer window rumours and speculation promote hope among fans

Manchester United assistant manager Ryan Giggs says the club intends to make signings with star power, to return the club to the top of English football.

Will Manchester United ever sign Wesley Sneijder? Or Nicolas Gaitan? Produce a word cloud for the club's last eight transfer windows and those two would be in a font so big, you could see it from the moon.

Will Arsenal nail down William Carvalho or even his long obsolete prototype, the lesser-spotted Yann M'Villa? Could this the year that Liverpool finally sign a wincing Edinson Cavani?

Every summer transfer window seems to see the same football clubs linked with the same players, or at least the...

 By Musa Okwonga

Phil Jones' new deal at Man United proves Louis van Gaal's faith in him

ESPN FC's Sid Lowe reacts to recent reports that Sergio Ramos is trying to force through a transfer to Manchester United.

So Phil Jones has signed a new contract that will keep him at Old Trafford until 2019. This is a deal that, at one point in Jones' Manchester United career, would have been widely celebrated. Now, though, there is a sense that he still has much work to do.

This is partly because his time at the club, like that of his fellow centre-backs Jonny Evans and Chris Smalling, has been frustratingly punctuated by injury. It is also because of something that manager Louis van Gaal, in discussing this new deal,...

Neil Tovey must shape South African football amid questions over his role

Neil Tovey celebrates South Africa's African Nations Cup victory with Nelson Mandela in 1996.

The South African Football Association has finally called on one of their most successful faces as they look to emulate and ultimately go beyond the success of their 1996 African Nations Cup victory.

Neil Tovey, who captained the team to their only continental triumph, has been appointed technical director of the federation for the next five years but his influence may not be felt at the highest level, where it may be most needed.

Tovey's new job will focus more on grassroots with his main task...

 By Ben Pearce

Paulinho's exit from Tottenham is disappointing considering his potential

The ESPN FC crew give their top three strikers in the Premier League last season with names of Sergio Aguero, Diego Costa and Wayne Rooney topping the charts, but will Harry Kane continue his fine form into the 2015/16 season?

While Tottenham must strengthen this summer and sign players in key positions, it is almost equally important to move the mass of deadwood on.

They have made a good start. The transfer window has technically not even opened yet but the club have already signed Austrian centre-back Kevin Wimmer and Burnley right-back Kieran Trippier to boost the problematic defensive area, while recouping the outlay with the sale of the unwanted Paulinho. Indeed, they are around £2m in profit so far.

Tottenham...