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OnScene: ICC updates from Barcelona vs. Man Utd, Man City vs. Real Madrid

ESPN FC is "OnScene" in the United States for the International Champions Cup preseason tournament.

Stay in touch with everything we've been getting up to ahead of Barcelona vs. Manchester United in Washington, D.C., and Manchester City vs. Real Madrid in Los Angeles. 

A glimpse into LA's soccer future

LA FC, set to kick-off in MLS in 2018...

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Talking transfers?

Neymar on the spot

Messi = popular!

Mark on the streets of LA

8.30pm, Downtown LA, in all its faded glory...

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Danny boy trains with his new team

Madrid (on) Sunset

New kit, anyone?


For all the latest on the ICC,...

Inconsistency, expectation have driven Ross Barkley and Everton apart

Stewart Robson breaks down the curious case of Ross Barkley, who seems to be wasting his potential away.

Much of the criticism directed toward Ross Barkley centres on decision-making on the pitch. With Everton manager Ronald Koeman confirming Barkley has rejected a new contract and is eyeing a new challenge, this critique now applies to decisions off the pitch.

With none of the six teams above Everton seemingly guaranteeing regular first-team football, this feels more like a quick dart for the exit than a natural progression. Talk of a new challenge seems cheap while Barkley...

Success of Chicago, Toronto shows MLS clubs must adapt or be left behind

From Hector Villalba's game winner to Kyle Beckerman's long-distance strike, relive the goal fest that was Week 20.

It's been a strangely undefined MLS season so far. Or at least, there's been a sense that traditional balances of power no longer hold sway, even as it remains unclear exactly where or how the new power bases are going to develop.

Of course there's been the much noted shift of emphasis from West to East, with Chicago and Toronto looking the two class teams of the league. Even the Western frontrunners FC Dallas and Sporting Kansas City are as notable for their flaws as as their virtues; even before...

Zlatan Ibrahimovic immortalized on Swedish currency note

Zlatan Ibrahimovic has never been shy about his own brilliance, and in the past has compared himself to Benjamin Button, a Ferrari convertible, a lion and even... God. On Wednesday, he had a new comparison for himself: American founding father Benjamin Franklin.

Sweden's all-time leading scorer compared himself to Franklin -- who is immortalized on the US $100 bill -- in an Instagram post in which he poses with an enlarged depiction of a Swedish 1,000 kroner note that pictures none other than himself.

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Trending: Real Madrid and Manchester City battle for Monaco's Kylian Mbappe

ESPN FC's Julien Laurens breaks down Man City's plans to beat Real Madrid to Kylian Mbappe.
ESPN FC's Sid Lowe and Julien Laurens reveal the truth behind the Kylian Mbappe to Real Madrid reports.

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

MONACO: Marca reports that Real Madrid have agreed a fee worth up to €180 million for Kylian Mbappe -- but sources have told ESPN FC that Manchester City are making a late bid for the Monaco striker.

- Monaco vice-president Vadim Vasilyev says no agreement has been reached with anyone for the transfer of Kylian Mbappe but confirmed there have been "very big enquiries" made for the striker.

- Arsenal...

 By Ben Gladwell

Club tries to tempt Antonio Cassano out of retirement with offer of food

Antonio Cassano has retired from football this summer -- twice.

An Italian amateur football club is hoping to entice Antonio Cassano out of retirement AGAIN and play for them next season by offering to pay him in food.

Cassano announced his retirement from the game last week after growing homesick during Hellas Verona's preseason training camp. He then reversed that decision, then made another U-turn this week and now says his priority is now on being a family man with his wife and children at their home near Genoa, although his local club Legino believe they...