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McCarty's U.S. call-up, Kljestan's snub illustrate the pair's divergent fortunes

Former Chicago Fire forward Brian McBride assesses how Bastian Schweinsteiger has adapted to an attacking role in MLS.

The news that Dax McCarty has been called into the U.S. squad ahead of next month's World Cup qualifiers, while Sacha Kljestan has not, is a reminder that the fortunes of the two -- which once seemed to be inextricably linked -- have now diverged for good. McCarty's great start with Chicago and Kljestan's struggles to deal with McCarty's absence and the expectations of the captaincy have defined the opening third of the season for each player.

Time was, when international weeks were a moment...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Trending: Manchester City to sign Ederson for more than Gianluigi Buffon

Benfica goalkeeper Ederson made 27 league appearances this season.

Monday's latest stories from the world of football in ESPN FC's What's Trending...

MAN CITY: Manchester City are close to completing a deal for Benfica goalkeeper Ederson, sources have told ESPN FC, with the club potentially having to pay more than the £33 million world-record fee for a shot-stopper paid by Juventus for Gianluigi Buffon in 2001.

- City goalkeeper Joe Hart has confirmed that he will not be playing for Torino next season, but says that he enjoyed his time with the Serie A club.

Ernesto Valverde is a great fit for Barca but can he cope with the pressure?

With Ernesto Valverde's confirmation as the coach of Barcelona, Steve Nicol looks at his safe, if lacklustre, approach.

The first thing to say about Ernesto Valverde is that although Barcelona have now brutally sacked Andoni Zubizarreta twice in his Camp Nou career, it's the hand of the big Basque ex-goalkeeper that is traceable in this appointment. The "Dream Team" keeper, with whom Valverde struck up a friendship when a missile thrown from the crowd struck "Zubi" and, also, in due course the Camp Nou director of football who signed Neymar, Luis Suarez, Marc Andre Ter Stegen, Jordi Alba, Ivan Rakitic and Luis Enrique...

 By Nick Miller

Huddersfield earn Premier League promotion with gutsy win on penalties

Steve Nicol lauds Huddersfield's self-control against Reading en route to securing a place in the Premier League.

LONDON -- There could surely be nobody who enjoyed this season's Championship playoff final. Not the neutrals, who were subjected to 120 minutes of increasing tedium and grim, tension-filled incompetence. Not Reading, who after a brilliant season in which expectations were exceeded, had their campaign defined by one game. And maybe not even Huddersfield Town, who ultimately won promotion to the Premier League after an excruciating penalty shootout. Not that they will care too much about how they...

PSG remain a work in progress, face an uphill climb toward success

Unai Emery's first season in charge of PSG was full of ups and downs.

Paris Saint-Germain won the French Cup on Sunday, beating Angers 1-0 thanks to an injury-time own goal. In some ways, it was a metaphor for their season: More smoke than fire, with everything requiring more effort than ought to have been needed and a lingering fear of failure.

There's a parallel universe, in which Barcelona's twilight-world comeback never happens and PSG advance to the Champions League quarterfinals and then the whole season takes an entirely different turn.

But the problem with...

Arsenal pendulum swings, farewell Totti, Messi magic, Tuchel future, more

Steve Nicol looks at the saga of Arsene Wenger's future, and his belief that he'll walk should he lose any personal power.

Arsene Wenger guided Arsenal past Chelsea at Wembley in the FA Cup final. It finished 2-1, although in truth Arsenal could probably have scored more. The Gunners finished the season with six straight victories in all competitions, winning nine of their last 10 overall.

What to read into this?

Probably not that much other than the basic fact that for all the bile and invective thrown at some Arsenal players, on the day they can turn up and play and be pretty darn good. And when it comes to fight...