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ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

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...

 By Nick Miller

Jose Mourinho and Chelsea could regret lack of transfer activity

The ESPN FC panel respond to your tweets about the upcoming Premier League campaign and why managers continue to be baited by Jose Mourinho.

One of the most notable things about the starting line-ups for Arsenal and Chelsea in Sunday's Community Shield was their familiarity. Of the 22 players that lined up, only one was a new signing and that was Petr Cech, signed by Arsene Wenger from Jose Mourinho.

As foolish as it might seem, for the start of a new season it was rather disappointing as a spectator not to see a collection of new faces to run the rule over, coming to hasty and irrational conclusions by either getting prematurely excited...

Dick Advocaat must assess Sunderland options following Wickham exit

Connor Wickham has left Sunderland to join Crystal Palace.

Sunderland's decision to sell striker Connor Wickham to Crystal Palace reflects disappointment at his patchy form at the Stadium of Light but makes a lot of sense.

The reported £9 million fee and savings on Wickham's high wages will do no harm to manager Dick Advocaat's rebuilding project. For the player, the move offers a chance to fulfil largely unfulfilled potential.

Even before the transfer was complete, Advocaat claimed that while he was sorry to see the player leave, he had too many attackers...

Thai Premier League player forced to abandon pizza for football

For those used to watching the Thailand Premier League regularly, having a game delayed by rain is no great surprise. However, sometimes even the players can find themselves caught short.

Nakhon Ratchasima striker Lee Tuck, who left England for Thailand in 2010, was due to line up against Suphanburi F.C. on Sunday but found himself sent home after a torrential downpour saw the match called off.

His first port of call was to pick up a pizza on the way home but, before he could even open the box,...

Wenger-Mourinho spat, Wembley lessons, Bayern doubts, quiet Benitez

The ESPN FC crew react to Roy Keane's comments that Arsenal are too concerned with posting selfies, than winning titles.

The Community Shield is not a real trophy. The game is a friendly, albeit the kind we call high-profile because it's at Wembley and live on the global airwaves. Yet there are still nuggets to be extracted from Arsenal's win vs. Chelsea on Sunday.

First and foremost is that the next time Arsene Wenger faces Jose Mourinho, nobody will be there to remind him that he has never beaten the "Special One". At the 14th attempt, Mourinho's team fell to Wenger's.

That streak, of course, should have been wholly...

Morelia surpass expectations in Liga MX, Herrera back to Club America?

The Mexico Football Federation voted to sack coach Miguel Herrera following an alleged incident that took place at Philadelphia International Airport.
Moreila
Morelia has come out of the blocks quickly.

Only two weeks have gone by, but it's already surprising to see league giants Club America and Chivas at the bottom of the Liga MX table, while Morelia sits near the very top.

The start of the 2015 Apertura hasn't been kind to Los Rojiblancos, who are dealing with injury problems, or Las Aguilas, who have allowed seven goals in just two matches. Elsewhere Santos Laguna, the current title-holders, has yet to collect a point and is sharing a spot close to the bottom. Of course there's still plenty...