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ESPN FC Posted by ESPN staff
2 hours ago

Eden Hazard edges closer to accepting Chelsea's 5-year deal

Above: How Eden Hazard will react after he pens his new contract.

The January transfer window may be more than three months away but that won't stop the gossip, speculation and rumours! Transfer Talk brings you the very latest ...

Hazard set for mega deal

After swatting away interest from Paris Saint-Germain all summer, Chelsea have now made moves to secure Eden Hazard's long-term future at Stamford Bridge.

The Mirror are reporting that the former Lille star has been offered a whopping 200,000 pounds a week to ply his trade for the Blues for the next five years.

Chelsea...

 Posted by Jonathan Johnson
3 hours ago

PSG need to hit their stride versus Ajax

ESPN FC's Gab Marcotti reacts to PSG's draw against Rennes.

Paris Saint-Germain travel to Amsterdam on Wednesday to face four-time European champions AFC Ajax in their opening UEFA Champions League Group F clash. Les Parisiens come into the game off the back of a 1-1 draw at Stade Rennais last weekend and Laurent Blanc's men are yet to really hit their stride domestically.

The French champions will be motivated ahead of their clash with Frank de Boer's side at the Amsterdam Arena, though, as they are under no illusions that they cannot afford to make...

 Posted by Tom Marshall
3 hours ago

Liga MX Power Rankings: Santos Laguna continue to strengthen

Mexican top-flight side Querétaro unveil new signing Ronaldinho.

There was a staleness about the Liga MX leaders in week eight of matches in the 2014 Apertura, with first placed Club America now 270 minutes without scoring a goal, Atlas only drawing and Monterrey's game against Chivas being suspended after heavy rainfall in the northern Mexican city.

- Canales: Veterans among Best XI
- Hernandez: Five lessons from Liga MX weekend
- Report: Mexican politician calls Ronaldinho 'a monkey'

Santos Laguna took advantage with a 2-0 win over reigning champion Leon,...

 Posted by Graham Hunter
3 hours ago

Atletico Madrid's Miguel Angel Moya is taking his chance with both hands

Atletico Madrid manager Diego Simeone explains his side are in a transition period ahead of their clash against Olympiakos to begin their Champions League campaign.

No one who's fully in possession of their wits can deny that one of the principal factors in Atletico Madrid learning how to beat Real Madrid, after 14 years of failing to do so, was keeper Thibaut Courtois. Not simply because of his "there's no way you're getting past me again!" display in the 2013 Copa Del Rey final when they finally beat Los Blancos, but his total disregard for Real Madrid's might, goal-scoring power and often overpowering history.

Sometimes Courtois was plain unbeatable, all...

 Posted by John Culea
4 hours ago

Fantasy follow-up: Week Four

Two goals and an assist made Southampton's Graziano Pelle a fantasy steal.
Two goals and an assist made Southampton's Graziano Pelle a fantasy steal.

Outstanding performances

Diego Costa, Chelsea (9.7)
All fitness doubts were answered three times with a hat trick against Swansea. He is the leading fantasy point producer and has seven goals in four matches.

Graziano Pelle, Southampton (6.0)
Slipping under the fantasy radar, his brace and assist give him 26 fantasy points, runner-up only to Costa.

Jack Wilshere, Arsenal (6.5)
A goal and assist against Manchester City, his first multiple fantasy points of the season.

Angel di Maria, Manchester...

Francesc Tomas Barcelona Posted by Francesc Tomas
4 hours ago

Luis Enrique's Barcelona emerging from shadow of last season

The ESPN FC team pick their favorite team in La Liga: Barcelona, Atletico Madrid or Real Madrid.

Luis Enrique has led Barcelona to an impeccable start in La Liga. Their perfect record after three matches has not only taken the Catalans to the very top of the league table, but also a valuable six points ahead of rivals Real Madrid -- who seem to be going through their fair share of self-inflicted problems at the moment.

While there is obviously still plenty of football to be played before the end of the season, nobody in Barcelona is complaining about having the biggest lead over the Merengues...