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Liverpool eye Real Madrid's Denis Cheryshev; Man Utd rush De Gea deal

The ESPN FC crew weigh in on Mario Balotelli being left out of Liverpool's pre-season trip.

As always, Transfer Talk has its finger on the pulse when it comes to all the latest rumours and gossip. See all the latest deals here.

TOP STORY: Liverpool move for Denis Cheryshev

Denis Cheryshev plays for Real Madrid. Well, apparently anyway as he's hardly first-choice and spent last year on loan at Villarreal where he made 26 La Liga appearances.

The Russian winger admitted last month he was unsure over his future, saying: "I don't know where I'll be next season." And now Liverpool are...

Luis Suarez isolated and Barca defenders toil in difficult preseason

ESPN FC's Sid Lowe says Pedro has proven he can play an important role at Barcelona despite lacking the talent of his superstar teammates.

Barcelona were defeated by Fiorentina 2-1 in their third match of the International Champions Cup at the weekend. Luis Suarez scored the Blaugrana's only goal, despite La Liga's champions attempting 13 shots with eight on target.

Luis Enrique cannot be too impressed after leading his team to only one victory in four matches. Although results don't matter in preseason, conceding an average of two goals per match is never a good sign.

Barcelona based their success last term on their effectiveness...

Chelsea, Benteke, Walcott and Sterling all feature in top Prem Bets

ESPN FC's Steve Nicol says the Premier League is a two-horse race this season.

The Premier League is back. Thrills and spills are guaranteed but over the years, it has become predictable -- and that plays into the punter's favour. It's hard to see anyone breaking into the top four this season and the promoted sides are in for a tough time.

Bide your time with Chelsea

Bet365 are taking no chances in making Chelsea favourites for the title, at 6/4. Jose Mourinho's side have added a few top players to their ranks, including Radamel Falcao on loan. Falcao did little at Manchester...

 By Chris Wright

Cristiano Ronaldo buys agent Jorge Mendes a Greek island

Cristiano Ronaldo has a close friendship with agent Jorge Mendes.

With the pair becoming inseparable over the years, you perhaps won't be surprised to learn that Cristiano Ronaldo was given best man duties at his agent's wedding over the weekend.

Indeed, Jorge Mendes got hitched to his new wife Sandra in Porto on Sunday afternoon, with Ronaldo well and truly trumping everybody else in attendance by buying the newly wed couple a truly extraordinary wedding present.

According to Portuguese news source Move Noticia, the Real Madrid superstar gave his agent not a...

 By Rob Train

Real Madrid would be foolish to let Karim Benzema move to Arsenal

The ESPN FC crew discuss the hottest transfer rumours surrounding some big name players.

Could Real Madrid genuinely be considering cashing in on Karim Benzema?

Reports surfaced in the UK that Arsene Wenger has identified the France forward as his primary transfer target and, although the Arsenal manager denied any interest, he has proved reluctant during the past few summers to spend big on a striker while stocking his midfield with some of the finest assist-makers in the game.

Over the same period, Gervinho, Olivier Giroud, Lukas Podolski and Danny Welbeck have all been drafted in...

Brendan Rodgers' Liverpool future depends on gelling of summer arrivals

Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers believe the players brought in during the transfer window will help his Anfield side rebound from a poor season last season.

During one of his better periods of form last season, Adam Lallana finally felt settled enough to explain why it had taken him time to even get close to that level. It is something that Liverpool's six new outfield signings may be able to relate to this summer, and could well define and decide their entire campaign.

"It's difficult coming into a club like this and being yourself from the word go," Lallana said in February. "You're coming into a different environment, a different home and it...