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Who could be leaving Chelsea?

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Oscar leaving Chelsea for Juventus; Guerrero signs with Flamengo

Could Chelsea's brilliant Brazilian Oscar be headed Serie A?

As the majority of the world's leagues ready for the season's end, the rumours continue to pick up steam. Things are starting to get real, transfer fans.

Oscar and The Old Lady

As if reaching a first Champions League final in 12 years, holding one of Europe's biggest bargaining chips in Paul Pogba and locking up Serie A's best young player in the precocious Paolo Dybala wasn't enough for the Old Lady of Turin this summer, she keeps pushing for more.

This time, if the Mirror are to be believed,...

 By Tom Marshall

Santos Laguna showed faith in coach Pedro Caixinha and it's paying off

Javier Orozco's first-half hat-trick would be all Santos would need to secure a 5-0 win over Queretaro.
After a slow start, Pedro Caixinha's Santos have emerged as a title contender in Liga MX.
Santos coach Pedro Caixinha had some rough patches this Clausura but is close to finishing on top.

TORREON, Mexico -- There was a telling phrase in Santos Laguna's Portuguese coach Pedro Caixinha press conference after he saw his side demolish Queretaro 5-0 on Thursday in the first leg of the Liga MX Clausura final.

The 44-year-old stated that even if the club had lost the match and the final, the long-term vision would've remained the same.

"We can't get carried away with the emotion, we must focus on the process," he said, following the historic result in Torreon. "We have to keep believing...

Sepp Blatter is FIFA president, but don't assume business as usual

ESPN FC contributor Gab Marcotti assesses Blatter's continuing resilience at the helm of FIFA.

Sepp Blatter won re-election for an unprecedented fifth term as FIFA president on Friday after challenger Prince Ali Bin Al Hussein of Jordan conceded following the first round of voting. What does it all mean? And can there be any hope for real reform in football? We asked Gabriele Marcotti to assess the election and what could happen next.

Q: So, another four years?

A: Yep.

Q: All the corruption, bad-mouthing, scandals at FIFA -- it doesn't occur to them to give somebody else a shot at running...

MLS '14 conference finalists feature on Sunday - how are they doing in '15?

Watch Clint Dempsey, Michel, Javier Morales and more talk about their free kick techniques, what goes through their mind, and their preparations for the big moments.
Clint Dempsey, left, and the Seattle Sounders are currently MLS's top team, while Robbie Keane, right, and the LA Galaxy are struggling in 2015.

Sunday's nationally televised MLS slate just so happens to feature the four conference finalists from last season: The Seattle Sounders will host the New York Red Bulls in the undercard (5 p.m. ET, ESPN2/WatchESPN), with the nightcap featuring defending champion LA Galaxy against the New England Revolution in a rematch of the 2014 title game.

And with roughly a third of the new campaign now in the books, it's the perfect time to take a deeper look at the state of the four clubs, and how they are...

Social media reaction to Sepp Blatter's re-election as FIFA president

Newly elected Sepp Blatter addresses the FIFA congress after winning his fifth term as president.

The latest FIFA congress is in the books and -- surprise! -- Sepp Blatter has been re-elected as the supreme overlord of world football, or FIFA president if you will.

Upon the confirmation of a fifth term for Blatter, reaction from the social media world started flooding in. Here are a few of note.

Retired footballer Luis Figo, who initially ran for FIFA president only to withdraw weeks before the election, posted some poignant thoughts.

FIFA's indicted members' jail time a world away from usual arrangements

ESPN FC's Craig Burley reacts to Sepp Blatter winning his 5th term as president.

BERN, Switzerland -- The immediate price that seven international soccer officials paid for their role in a U.S. corruption probe is perhaps best illustrated by their sudden change of accommodation.

On Tuesday night, they were staying at one of Switzerland's finest hotels, where top suites can cost more than $4,000 a night and a two-ounce dollop of caviar will set you back almost $400.

By Wednesday morning the men, who had come to Switzerland to attend the annual meeting of soccer's governing body...