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ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Premier League neutrals on whether they want a Leicester title win

ESPN FC's Craig Burley is astonished with how Leicester City are performing so well with the squad they have.
Claudio Ranieri
Could it actually happen? Here's what it'd look like if Claudio Ranieri won the league with Leicester.

Leicester's incredible rise from the relegation zone last season to leading the Premier League 12 months on is one of the most remarkable situations in modern football history.

Claudio Ranieri's men have captured the imagination across the world for their blistering counter-attacking style and they face a title showdown this Sunday away to Arsenal, who are five points behind.

Arsene Wenger recently claimed Leicester are the neutrals' choice to win the Premier League. Do you agree? While you can...

 By Simon Curtis

Manchester City and Tottenham guarantee goals at the Etihad

Manuel Pellegrini gave his reaction to Manchester City's 3-1 home defeat against Leicester.

Manchester City and Tottenham's histories have run broadly parallel courses during the past five decades. From the swinging sixties of Jimmy Greaves and Mike Summerbee, through the seventies of Martin Peters and Dennis Tueart, the nineties of Jurgen Klinsmann and Uwe Rosler, the watchword has been "attack."

City and Spurs have always been associated with free-flowing, attacking football. Perhaps not always with the rewards to show for it -- although that, too, has played a part in their rich pasts...

 By John Crace

Pochettino manages expectations but win at City sparks Spurs title talk

Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino believes his side are capable of going on a title run.

On a glorious May evening in 2010, Peter Crouch's late header gave Tottenham the victory at Manchester City that secured their place in the following season's Champions League.

The game was billed as the battle of the Premier League's perennial chokers. Both sides had flattered to deceive in previous seasons; now there was no escape for either team. The last Champions League place had to go to either side. On the night it was visitors who took the honours. Glory, glory Tottenham Hotspur.

Or not...

 By Tim Vickery

Robinho's return to Brazil with Atletico Mineiro offers interesting possibilities

Robinho at Guangzhou Evergrande
Brazil's one-time next big thing Robinho returns to his home country for a fresh start with Atletico Mineiro.

It is headline news in Brazil: Robinho is back. The one time wonderkid could not agree terms with his old club Santos, and has instead joined Atletico Mineiro, the last Brazilian team to win the Copa Libertadores (2013) and among the favourites to do so this year. Indeed, the signing of Robinho is being seen as a considerable boost to Atletico's chances in the competition.

Some might say that this is a lot of fuss being made about a player who could not even get a game in China. Robinho's last...

Fernando Torres realistically nearing end of line with Atletico Madrid

ESPN FC's Sid Lowe shares his thoughts on the reports stating that Fernando Torres has offers from three MLS teams.

Finally it happened. Fernando Torres, five months after scoring goal number 99 for the club, managed to bag number 100 for Atletico Madrid. It was somewhat fitting in what has been a bizarre spell back in the Spanish capital that he rung up his century against the side he netted his 99th goal against back in September.

Rojiblancos fans would be lying if they said they would have bet their mortgage on Torres finding the back of the net hen Luciano Vietto wriggled free and squared for him to tap home....

Arsenal want West Ham's Reece Oxford, Icardi keen for Inter stay

The ESPN FC crew answer your tweets on what signing Liverpool should make, if the FA Cup could be more desirable and more.
West Ham starlet Reece Oxford is the subject of interest from some of the Premier League's top teams.

The winter window might have shut, but the rumour mill rolls on. As always, Transfer Talk has its finger on the pulse when it comes to the latest rumours and gossip. See the latest deals here.

TOP STORY: Arsenal may make offer for Oxford

According to The Mirror, Arsenal are lining up an £8 million move for West Ham youngster Reece Oxford in the summer transfer window. Arsene Wenger and chief scout Steve Rowley are big fans of the 17-year-old and are looking to beat both Manchester clubs...