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Arsenal eye William Carvalho, Lucas Leiva leaving Liverpool, Benteke swap?

The ESPN FC panel discuss whether or not David De Gea would be included in a potential swap for Real Madrid's Sergio Ramos.
William Carvalho might be the ideal man for Arsenal's midfield, but will the two sides make a deal?

The rumours are gaining momentum and, in many instances, credibility. Transfer Talk has the latest news as the summer window nears.

Arsenal to go for William Carvalho?

Life is good at the Emirates these days.

Back-to-back FA Cup trophies, two straight summers of big-money signings in Mesut Ozil and Alexis Sanchez, and finally, an end to the Petr Cech saga have given the Gunners a solid foundation for the 2015-16 season. Yet they have been largely frustrated in their pursuit of Southampton midfielder...

Chile advance to Copa America final thanks to Eduardo Vargas' fine brace

ESPN FC's Alejandro Moreno breaks down Chile's 2-1 win over 10-man Peru in the Copa America semifinals and now advance to the final for the first time since 1987.

SANTIAGO, Chile -- Three thoughts on Chile and Peru's Copa America semifinal, which the hosts won 2-1 thanks to two goals by Eduardo Vargas.

Chile will now face the winner of Tuesday's semifinal between Paraguay and Argentina.

1. Chile wins, but debate will rage

Chile stride on, although with a stumble, and one brilliant strike.

At the very least, there was absolutely no doubt about Eduardo Vargas's wondrous winner.

The striker's sensational 65th-minute, long-range goal gave the 2015 Copa America...

 By Tim Vickery

Chile do just enough to beat 10-man Peru and reach Copa America final

ESPN FC's Alejandro Moreno breaks down Chile's 2-1 win over 10-man Peru in the Copa America semifinals and now advance to the final for the first time since 1987.

SANTIAGO, Chile -- More than half the Peruvian population likely watched their team fall 2-1 to Chile in the Copa America semifinal. Some might have ended the game shaking their heads and muttering about the same old Peru. Others might, even in defeat, have been enthused by the sight of an even older Peru.

Over recent years, Peru have failed to get close to a World Cup because of a dismal away record -- a problem that seems to be a mental one as much as anything. In a packed National Stadium, there...

Carlos Tevez should replace Sergio Aguero for Argentina vs. Paraguay

Take a "By The Numbers" look ahead of the Copa America semifinals, where Argentina aim to advance to a 27th Copa America final and Arturo Vidal hopes to lead Chile on a historic run.

It's already being described as one of the images of Argentina's Copa America, and could yet come to represent so much more.

Four years after Carlos Tevez missed the key penalty in the quarterfinal of the 2011 tournament against Paraguay, and after a long spell in which it was so often said that Lionel Messi ensured he was exiled from the squad, the Argentine public's two most popular players so joyously embraced after the former had now scored the victorious spot-kick at the same stage.

Friday...

 By Tim Vickery

Argentina can't afford to give Paraguay a chance in Copa America semifinal

Take a "By The Numbers" look ahead of the Copa America semifinals, where Argentina aim to advance to a 27th Copa America final and Arturo Vidal hopes to lead Chile on a historic run.

Tournaments are like time sped up. In the intensity of a few short days, teams can go through changes that might take years under normal circumstances. Think of Brazil in last year's World Cup, for example: They went into the competition on a run of nine straight victories, only to unravel under the pressure of playing at home.

The reverse can also happen. A team can suddenly come together during the course of the tournament and end up doing things it never believed possible before a ball had...

 By Phil Lythell

After Petr Cech's Chelsea exit, who will replace him as the No. 2 goalkeeper?

New Arsenal goalkeeper Petr Cech after signing with the club.

And so another legend departs. First it was Didier Drogba in 2012, then it was Ashley Cole in 2014, followed by Frank Lampard that same year, and Drogba again after this past season. Now it is officially time to wave goodbye to the one man human shield that is Petr Cech.

For the supporters, the mixed feelings are obvious. The gratitude and best wishes towards the club's greatest ever goalkepper are genuinely heartfelt. The knowledge that Chelsea are allowing one of the finest stoppers in world football...