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 By Tom Marshall

What's next for Mexico's European-based players?

Javier Hernandez is unlikely to be playing for Real Madrid or his parent club Man United come the 2015-16 season.

The European leagues are wrapping up (or have already wrapped up) for the season and the small matter of the Champions League final is still to be decided, but for Mexicans -- with the exception of Rafa Marquez in Italy -- participation in Europe is already over, with a mixed bag of performances over the 2014-15 season.

While attention for El Tri's Europe-based players -- almost all of who will be involved for the national team this summer -- now switches to the Copa America and/or Gold Cup, a number...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Man United flop Falcao wants Chelsea move, Pogba eyes Real Madrid, Barca

The ESPN FC team discuss the links between Dani Alves and Manchester United.
Falcao failed at Man United but is willing to cut his pay for a move to Chelsea next.

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.

Falcao fancies a Chelsea move?

You've got to hand it to Falcao and his agent, Jorge Mendes. Fresh off an undeniably disastrous season on loan at Manchester United, he's already angling for a move to Premier League champions Chelsea this summer.

Funny, right? The Colombian was a bust at Old Trafford, notching just four goals and four assists...

 By Richard Hall

What will Inter Milan's team look like next season?

ESPN FC's Gabriele Marcotti discusses the growing possibility of Manchester City's Yaya Toure moving to Inter Milan.
Roberto Mancini could be overseeing a dramatically different squad next season as key players look to leave.

The Nerazzurri were given taking two days off after their 3-2 defeat to Genoa on Saturday. As the players returned to the Centro Sportivo Angelo Moratti on Tuesday afternoon, Roberto Mancini must have watched his squad in a rather pensive manner. Despite all the talk of "crazy mistakes" and "heading in the right direction," the club is at another huge turning point this year. The Inter coach would have been forgiven for wondering just who on earth from his current squad will still be with him...

 By Rob Train

Benitez, Klopp or Zidane: Who should replace Ancelotti at Real Madrid?

Real Madrid president Florentino Perez announces that Carlo Ancelotti has been sacked as manager after two seasons in charge of the Spanish club.

Florentino Perez called time on Carlo Ancelotti's Real Madrid tenure on Monday evening in a press conference that left more questions posed than answered.

Explaining his reasoning for axing the coach who delivered the long-awaited Decima in his first season, Perez simply said: "I don't know what Ancelotti did wrong." The answer from Real players and fans is "not much," given the support the manager received from the stands and the dressing room on Saturday while Perez polished his guillotine.

Only...

Ignacio Ambriz the latest to attempt appeasing Club America brass

Club America have appointed former Queretaro manager Ignacio Ambriz as their manager after parting ways with Gustavo Matosas.

Club America moved on relatively quickly from the Gustavo Matosas era, officially presenting Ignacio Ambriz as the team's new coach on May 26. The team has signed him to a two-year contract, although any fan of the club knows full well that could be cut short if Ambriz fails to live up to expectations.

"It's a professional alliance and we seek order and balance on the field. We evaluated who could help us and that's why we brought in 'Nacho,'" said club president Ricardo Pelaez. "We want to give...

David Hirshey's Most Disappointing Premier League XI for 2014-15

The ESPN FC panel share their thoughts about the Premier League's most disappointing XI according to ESPN FC's David Hirshey.
Who stayed up? Who's heading to the Championship? Who will be playing in Europe next season? We have everything you may have missed from the last Sunday in the Premier League right here.

Sometimes a man has to honor his past, even if it includes nary a league title since 2004. He needs to look closely at the events that helped forge him, the people who led him to his current state of underachieving acceptance.

It is in this spirit of remembrance that I honor the seminal character in the creation of this annual list and present this year's Fernando Torres Most Disappointing XI of the 2014-15 Premier League season.

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Here is David Hirshey's full XI. What do you think?

GK: Tim Krul, Newcastle United

Why Expectations Were High:...