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Transfer Talk LIVE: Manchester United lining up Robert Lewandowski, Thiago moves

The FC crew look back on the 2018 World Cup and identify four stars who either improved their stock in Russia or saw it take a hit with their play.

The transfer window is open, and Transfer Talk has the latest rumours making the rounds. Follow along with our daily blog throughout the summer.

TOP STORY: Man United eye Bayern pair

Manchester United plan to step up their transfer business with a double swoop on Bayern Munich, reports the Independent.

The Red Devils are targeting Robert Lewandowski and Thiago Alcantara as Jose Mourinho aims to rein in Manchester City at the top of the Premier League table.

It's thought that Bayern are open...

 By Chris Wright

Tottenham launch new kits ahead of move into new White Hart Lane stadium

Tottenham have unveiled the brand new batch of kits they'll be sporting when they move into their brand new White Hart Lane stadium, thus beginning a brand new chapter in the club's history.

Unsurprisingly, the home shirt is predominantly white -- lilywhite to be precise -- and features a dark blue gradient in the lower recesses.

As such the shirt blends directly into the navy blue short, making everybody look like they've cinched their waistbands up above their belly buttons.

The corresponding...

Manchester City unveil unique fonts for International Champions Cup

Riyad Mahrez cost Manchester City a club-record transfer fee, but the FC crew disagree about how the former Leicester star will fit into City's XI.

Manchester City will wear special Manchester-themed names and number fonts on their shirts for their International Champions Cup games in the United States.

A specially designed font has been designed, inspired by the mosaic floor of the Victorian-era Manchester Town Hall, and will include the iconic "worker bee" symbol of the city.

The worker bee took on extra importance when it became a symbol of the city's spirit following the Manchester Arena bombing in which 23 people were killed in May...

International Champions Cup: Future stars of top Premier League, European clubs

Jose Mourinho isn't thrilled to not have several first-team players at his disposal as Man United embark on their preseason tour in the U.S.

Some of Europe's elite will be in action in the International Champions Cup, but which young player from each club could be set for a bright future?

MAN CITY: Phil Foden

Pep Guardiola told the fans in Houston that they were lucky to see the debut of Foden after the teenager impressed in the first ever Manchester derby outside England in last season's International Champions Cup. The 18-year-old attacking midfielder, who won the Under-17 World Cup, is already being talked about as a player that...

Juventus unveil new third kit made from recovered ocean plastics

ESPN FC's Paolo Bandini delves into Gonzalo Higuain's future at Juventus and discusses the chances he'll join Maurizio Sarri at Chelsea.

Cristiano Ronaldo will again wear a kit made using plastic recovered from the oceans after Serie A champions Juventus announced they are to follow the lead of Manchester United and Real Madrid.

The predominantly grey third kit, which has yellow stripes down the sides, is produced by their technical sponsors Adidas in collaboration with Parley for the Oceans, a company with the aim of reducing pollution of and the amount of plastic waste in the sea by redesigning sportswear using innovative...

Australia legend Tim Cahill exits as the most effective Socceroos player of all time

Tim Cahill calls time on his decorated international career, retiring as the Socceroos' all-time leading goal scorer.
ESPN's Stephanie Brantz recaps Australia's World Cup journey and looks ahead to what's next for the Socceroos.

It seems as though a large hole has been left in Australian football following the international retirement of Socceroos legend Tim Cahill.

Not that the news came as a shock to anyone. It was inevitable that Cahill would exit the international stage at this time. It has been in the cards for some time. After making 107 appearances for his country and becoming its greatest goal scorer with 50 goals, it was simply the right time for the 38-year-old to step aside.

That fact was confirmed when the forward...