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Edson Alvarez shines in Gold Cup

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Victor Lindelof has Jose Mourinho's trust despite early struggles

Steve Nicol asserts that Victor Lindelof's shaky start to preseason should be of little concern to Manchester United.

It was no surprise to see Jose Mourinho sign two centre-halves within his first year as Manchester United manager given how short Chris Smalling and Phil Jones fell from the bar set by Rio Ferdinand and Nemanja Vidic.

Eric Bailly looked great in his first season, even if injury, the Africa Cup of Nations and suspensions meant he wasn't ever-present on United's first team. The silly red card he picked up in the Europa League semifinal caused him to miss out on the victory over Ajax in Stockholm.


Mexico Hot List: Alvarez's Gold Cup play thrusts youngster into spotlight

Herculez Gomez explains why criticism of Juan Carlos Osorio is harsh after Mexico's elimination in the Gold Cup semifinals.

With El Tri's (disappointing) journey in the 2017 Gold Cup now done and dusted, and the 2017 Apertura now underway, it's time to bring back our weekly hot list which evaluates Mexico's top players.

Following plenty of recent Liga MX and El Tri action, here are some of the best and worst performances seen on the pitch.

Warming Up

Edson Alvarez, DF, Mexico (Gold Cup)

Why he's here: Unexpectedly, Alvarez was the stand out player for El Tri in the Gold Cup. No matter which position he played, the 19-year-old...

Dwyer move will give Orlando goals and Kansas City financial flexibility

Dom Dwyer volleys home the game's opener in his first start for USMNT.
United States forward Dom Dwyer reacts to Kobe Bryant's comments about him ahead of the CONCACAF Gold Cup.

It's one thing to pull off the biggest deal in MLS history. It's quite another when said deal is more than double the previous high.

In the midst of a title-contending season, Sporting Kansas City decided to ship U.S. international forward Dom Dwyer to Orlando City for what Orlando announced as $900,000 in up-front allocation money -- $400,000 in general, $500,000 targeted -- with the possibility of $700,000 in additional allocation money headed SKC's way if certain performance goals are met.


Theo Hernandez, Jesus Vallejo tipped to break out for Real Madrid

Real Madrid manager Zinedine Zidane delves into Alvaro Morata, Kylian Mbappe, Cristiano Ronaldo, Gareth Bale and managing such a talented squad.

Theo Hernandez arrived this summer from Atletico and is poised to fill many gaps on the left.

This time last year, Real Madrid coach Zinedine Zidane, preparing for the new season in the United States, was unsure what to do with a young attacker who had just returned to the club following a season on loan at Espanyol.

Marco Asensio made such an impression on Zidane that he started last August's European Supercup against Sevilla, marking his competitive Madrid debut with a spectacular long-range strike. By the end of the season, Asensio (still just 21 years old) was a key member of the squad...

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Real Madrid agree world record €180m Kylian Mbappe deal

Gab Marcotti gives his take on the Kylian Mbappe to Real Madrid reports and has some doubts he's the answer for the club.
With the departures of James and Morata, the FC panel debate if it makes room for Real to scoop up Kylian Mbappe.

The football world is awash with gossip! Transfer Talk is monitoring the whispers ahead of all the summer moves. Check out the latest deals and potential deals here.

TOP STORY: Madrid agree world-record Mbappe deal

For a while now, it has appeared that Real Madrid are the club most determined to land Monaco prodigy Kylian Mbappe -- and Marca reports that they are determined enough to "pulverise" all transfer records.

The Spanish outlet says Madrid "have reached an agreement in principle with Monaco...

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Walker, Mendy moves show the sky-high price for a quality full-back

Steve Nicol applauds Manchester City's signing of Benjamin Mendy to strengthen Pep Guardiola's defence.

When Claudio Ranieri's Leicester City won the Premier League in 2015-16, their first-choice full-back pairing of Danny Simpson and Christian Fuchs cost a combined £2 million. As Pep Guardiola's Manchester City attempt to win the Premier League in 2017-18, their first-choice full-back pairing of Kyle Walker and Benjamin Mendy cost a combined £95m.

This is an extraordinary statistic that says so much about so much: the improbability of Leicester's triumph, the sheer amount of money Guardiola...