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Chelsea to test Real Madrid's resolve with audacious move for Sergio Ramos

ESPN FC's Gab Marcotti discusses the Lucas Silva move to Real Madrid, where he will serve as a defensive specialist in the centre of the park.

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TOP STORY: Chelsea in talks with Ramos' agent?

Sergio Ramos is never one to back down from a confrontation, and it seems Chelsea might look to capitalise on his current contract impasse with Real Madrid.

The Daily Express reported Jose Mourinho will seek to add Ramos to his leaky back line, with the Blues inquiring with the player's agent as to whether...

 By Sam Crocker

Group D stands for 'draw' in Africa Cup of Nations as drawing of lots looms

The drawing of lots is something that rarely happens in football, but it's exciting when it does.

Four matches in and it's neck and neck. In fact, it couldn't be closer. After four 1-1 draws in the first two matchdays in Group D of the Africa Cup of Nations, Ivory Coast, Mali, Cameroon and Guinea all find themselves in the same situation.

That's the same points, same goals scored, same goals conceded. No wins, no losses -- just four draws in the opening two matchdays. At the moment the teams can't be separated: they all deserve to go through and all deserve to go out.

This, of course, means...

Ex-Dortmund star Lucas Barrios on the road to revival with Montpellier

Thanks to Lucas Barrios' excellent form, Montpellier are sitting sixth in Ligue 1 and starting to dream of European qualification.

Back in January 2011, when Gonzalo Higuain was forced to undergo back surgery, Jose Mourinho was urgently looking for a striker to bolster his Real Madrid squad. "Karim Benzema alone is not enough," Mourinho claimed, and Lucas Barrios was his first choice to replace the Argentinian.

Little wonder. "The Panther," as Barrios has been known since his youth, was one of the hottest names in Europe, scoring at will for Borussia Dortmund, with Arsenal and Manchester City also reported to be following him...

 By Lee Roden

How Simeone made Griezmann an even better player

Following Atletico Madrid's convincing win over Rayo Vallecano, Los Colchoneros remain just three points behind Barcelona in the league table.

Atletico Madrid's 30 million euro man is finally reaching his optimal performance level. The remaking of Antoine Griezmann has been a long slog since becoming the second most expensive player in the Spanish champions' history. Though he had to endure frustration, confidence-testing goal droughts and countless early substitutions along the way, unwavering faith from manager Diego Simeone is now paying off for the Frenchman. Seven goals in the past five La Liga rounds, more than double the tally...

 By John Duerden

Man United, Dortmund and Japan all responsible in the decline of Kagawa

Penalty heartbreak for Japan after the United Arab Emirates' Ismail Ahmed sealed one of the biggest shocks in the tournament's history.

As he sank to his knees on the Sydney turf following his missed penalty for Japan against the United Arab Emirates in the quarterfinal of the 2015 Asian Cup, Shinji Kagawa's face portrayed a look of confusion and anguish. Japan had dominated but had been eliminated.

For the player, it goes a little deeper than that. The Samurai Blue had won the tournament four years ago but Kagawa left at the semifinal stage thanks to a broken metatarsal. This time, he played until the bitter end but exited even...

Chelsea, Mourinho's mental toughness makes the difference vs. Liverpool

ESPN FC's Alexis Nunes goes play-by-play to break down Chelsea's extra time triumph over Liverpool on their way to the Capital One Cup final.

LONDON -- It was a night almost impossible to predict and that so often threatened to boil over altogether, only to end with an element of crushing familiarity. And that's not referring to Jose Mourinho embarking on another calculated diatribe to deflect attention from the conspicuous negatives on what was otherwise yet another positive evening for Chelsea this season.

No -- it is that they have reached the 12th final of the manager's career thanks to yet another big Branislav Ivanovic goal, which...