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Neymar's UCL form among the best

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OnScene: ICC updates from Barcelona vs. Man Utd, Man City vs. Real Madrid

ESPN FC is "OnScene" in the United States for the International Champions Cup preseason tournament.

Stay in touch with everything we've been getting up to ahead of Barcelona vs. Manchester United in Washington, D.C., and Manchester City vs. Real Madrid in Los Angeles. 

A glimpse into LA's soccer future

LA FC, set to kick-off in MLS in 2018...

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Talking transfers?

Neymar on the spot

Messi = popular!

Mark on the streets of LA

8.30pm, Downtown LA, in all its faded glory...

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Danny boy trains with his new team

Madrid (on) Sunset

New kit, anyone?

For all the latest on the ICC,...

Neymar drama overshadows Barcelona's tour of the United States

The ESPN FC panel believe Gerard Pique's admission that he's persuading Neymar to stay has blown the doors off this transfer saga.
Steve Nicol and Stewart Robson debate whether Coutinho is the only option to replace Neymar if he leaves Barcelona.

LANDOVER, Md. -- Neymar's dilemma is real. If you try to look at the situation objectively, it's easy to understand why he would want to move to a team where he's promised the world and more. Top billing and a handsome contract at Paris Saint-Germain would be attractive to many players. On the other hand, who would want to leave Barcelona, perhaps Europe's best team over the last decade, and the luxury of playing alongside Luis Suarez and Lionel Messi?

It's certainly not black and white. Many people...

Barcelona bring star power to NYC event as they work to expand brand

Steve Nicol evaluates Philippe Coutinho's future with Liverpool amid his links with Barcelona.

NEW YORK -- "Visca Catalunya," was the shout from the back of Smithfield Hall. It came from a solitary voice but was soon joined by the rest of the 150 people enjoying the free bar on West 25th Street in New York. Friday's event was not for Catalan independence, though, but for The Official NYC FC Barcelona Penya to celebrate Barca's stay just outside the city, at the Sheraton Hotel in Parsippany, New Jersey. Moments later, on the eve of the club's International Champions Cup opener against Juventus,...

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LIVE: Arsenal up bid for Monaco's Lemar; Barca still want Coutinho

Stewart Robson says Arsenal's thrashing by Chelsea in their friendly is indicative of the issues Arsene Wenger must fix.

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: Arsenal raise Lemar stakes

Monaco are being taken apart in this window it seems: Bernardo Silva and Benjamin Mendy have left for Man City and Tiemoue Bakayoko is off to Chelsea. And now Arsenal have recommitted to their pursuit of versatile attacker Thomas Lemar.

The Telegraph reports that Arsenal are prepared to up their...

Neymar's Champions League success makes him one of world's best

Steve Nicol and Stewart Robson debate whether Coutinho is the only option to replace Neymar if he leaves Barcelona.
Stewart Robson explains why he is not sold on rating Neymar among the world's best players.
ESPN's Toni Collins reports from Barcelona training as Jordi Alba is the latest to comment on the Brazilian star's future.

Neymar has proven to be one of the most reliable Champions League performers since joining Barcelona in the 2013-14 season.

The 25-year-old, who has been heavily linked to a move to PSG in recent weeks, has scored 21 goals and assisted 15 others -- numbers that situate him among the best players in the past four years.

Only Cristiano Ronaldo (55), Lionel Messi (35), Robert Lewandowski (29) and Thomas Muller (23) have scored more Champions League goals than Neymar during that span.

In terms of assists,...

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NBA star Pau Gasol announces new contract in Pique-like fashion

Count NBA star Pau Gasol among those paying close attention to the Neymar-to-PSG-but-maybe-not saga that has unfolded over the past week.

Upon signing a new three-year, $48 million deal to return to the San Antonio Spurs on Monday, the six-time All Star and two-time NBA league champ paid homage to Gerard Pique's tweet seen 'round the internet to announce his good news.

His message: "Me quedo," which translates as "I'm staying."

Hmm, where have we seen that one before?

You may be wondering how Gasol...