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Tottenham's high profile preseason


Transfer Rater: Coutinho to Barcelona

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Barcelona bid €80m to make Coutinho the heir to Iniesta's midfield throne

Leicester manager Craig Shakespeare insists no bids have been made for Riyad Mahrez, who has announced he wants to leave the Foxes.
Philippe Coutinho has been identified as the heir to Andres Iniesta's throne at Barcelona.

With the window well and truly open, Transfer Talk is monitoring the whispers, gossip and speculation. Check out the latest deals and potential deals here.

TOP STORY: Barca bid €80m for Coutinho

As Andres Iniesta enters the final year of his contract, Barcelona have sought out a replacement. And according to the Mail, Philippe Coutinho is the man to fill the 33-year-old World Cup winner's boots in the Blaugrana midfield.

However, a source has told ESPN FC that Liverpool will reject...

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Trending: United beat City in Houston derby, Philippe Coutinho not for sale

Romelu Lukaku and Marcus Rashford were the heroes for Man United as they defeated Man City in the first derby played on foreign soil.
Between Chelsea and Manchester United, who got the better deal in signing their star strikers?

Friday's latest stories from the world of football in ESPN FC's What's Trending...

INTERNATIONAL CHAMPIONS CUP: Romelu Lukaku became the first-ever player to score in a Manchester derby outside England as Manchester United beat rivals City 2-0 in the International Champions Cup.

MAN UNITED: Jose Mourinho believes Manchester United are being overshadowed by other Premier League clubs in this summer's transfer market.

- Michael Carrick says finishing in the top four will not be good...

 By David Mooney

Phil Foden shows ability to be the next homegrown star at Manchester City

Pep Guardiola and Kevin De Bruyne gave their reaction to Manchester City's defeat to Manchester United.

When Manchester City opened their new academy complex at the Etihad Campus in December 2014, it came with what chairman Khaldoon Al Mubarak called a "vision for youth development and sustainability."

Two-and-a-half years on, there seems to be a blockage between the academy and Pep Guardiola's squad. There have been talented hopefuls -- such as Aleix Garcia, Angelino, Pablo Maffeo or Tosin Adarabioyo -- but none have yet made the step up to be considered a serious option in the Premier League...

 By John Crace

Pochettino methods clear as Tottenham embark on high profile preseason

The FC crew assess Tottenham's upcoming title chances if they were to go the rest of the summer without a big name signed.

One of the less remarked on changes Mauricio Pochettino has made at White Hart Lane is in the quality of the preseason friendlies. One can only imagine he was less than impressed by the summer fixture list of three friendlies against Major League Soccer teams followed by games against Celtic and Schalke that greeted his arrival at the club, because since then the calibre of opposition has stepped up again.

In the 2015-16 preseason, Tottenham lined up against Real Madrid and AC Milan in front of...

 By Steven Kelly

Liverpool hope Andy Robertson arrival spells end to years of left-back failures

Jurgen Klopp has discussed the rumours linking Philippe Coutinho with Barcelona.

Amid all the guesswork about which multi-million pound footballers may or may not join Liverpool, the imminent arrival of Hull City defender Andy Robertson is something of a relief.

The inevitable question about whether Robertson is good enough for a first team place can wait until supporters have seen him in action. He will replace Alberto Moreno and given the Spaniard is the least trusted player in Jurgen Klopp's squad, many will feel the Scot could hardly be worse.

Wishful thinking perhaps, because...

South Africa are big winners in CAF reshuffle

The recent changes to their calendar and tournament expansion announced by the Confederation of African Football (CAF) on Thursday have been met with delight and scorn in equal measure.

It is hard to please everybody at the best of times, and so the changes to both the format and the timing of competitions were always going to bring reactions on different ends of the spectrum.

But one organisation that will be delighted with the changes is South Africa's Premier Soccer League (PSL), which has long...