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Assessing Papy Djilobodji, Chelsea's reported new defensive signing

Papy Djilobodji is a raw but promising defender and looks set to join Chelsea this summer.

Chelsea have saved the best of the English Premiership transfer window drama for last with the surprise revelation of their interest in Senegalese defender Papy Djilobodji from French Ligue 1 side Nantes. Djilobodji has been based in France since 2009 and has made 12 appearances for his national side but remains remains relatively unknown.

The "accidental footballer?"

Djilobodji's career began in the peanut-trading town of Kaolock, on the Saloum River in Senegal, where he was part of the youth...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

FC Talking Points: UCL chances, league favorites, transfer best, Jozy Altidore

The ESPN FC team debate which of the major european clubs are most in danger of missing out on the knockout round. A certain UCL finalist is leading the conversation.

Football always inspires debate, and this weekend was no exception. Here are five burning questions on the ESPN FC radar.

Vote and comment below or on Twitter using the hashtag #FCtalkingpoints.

Manchester United qualified for the Champions League group stage on Wednesday beating Club Brugge 4-0 in the second leg, and the groups were drawn on Thursday with four Premier League clubs making the final 32.

Which Premier League club has the best chance to advance?

With just hours to go in the summer transfer window, here's a look at how Premier League...

 By Mark Worrall

Mourinho must sort Chelsea slump before fans start to question him

ESPN FC's Shaka Hislop says Chelsea have no excuses following their home defeat to Crystal Palace.

Jose Mourinho isn't noted for shouldering responsibility when results go against him, but as Chelsea's poor start to the season lurched from bad to worse in Saturday's 2-1 home defeat to Crystal Palace, he admitted he made an error of judgement.

"I blame myself for not changing them," said Mourinho about "two or three players" whose performances he described as not good enough.

"Not good," is a polite assessment.

Supporters who paid serious money to see the latest instalment of football's greatest...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

David De Gea to finally get Real Madrid move in £29 million transfer?

With David de Gea's move from Manchester United to Real Madrid looking more and more final as the transfer window closes, ESPN FC's Craig Burley says the whole process should've been handled differently.

As always, Transfer Talk has its finger on the pulse when it comes to the latest rumours and gossip. See all the latest deals here.

TOP STORY: De Gea finally gets his move to Real Madrid

After months of speculation, Manchester United's David De Gea appears set to move to Real Madrid in a £29 million blockbuster deal just three days before Tuesday's transfer deadline, according to the Independent. There has been plenty of posturing from both clubs over the Red Devils' No. 1, but after...

Jose Mourinho shoulders blame as Chelsea's horrible season continues

Chelsea suffered yet another setback when they were beaten 2-1 at home by Crystal Palace.

LONDON -- Eventually it came, even if it wasn't anywhere near as likely as Crystal Palace scoring after Chelsea had once again left so much space to exploit around their box. Yet another poor performance by Jose Mourinho's team saw the manager finally criticise himself -- albeit with a caveat, because he was also criticising some of his players.

"I blame myself not to change one of them, because I kept him in the game for 90 minutes," Mourinho said after a 2-1 defeat to Palace that also marked...

 By Phil Lythell

Cesc Fabregas and senior Chelsea players continue season's shoddy start

ESPN FC's Shaka Hislop says Chelsea have no excuses for their defeat to Crystal Palace at home.

Chelsea's woeful start to the season continued Saturday with a damaging 2-1 defeat at home to Crystal Palace. A disjointed performance from start to finish allowed a vibrant Palace side to justifiably take all three points back to south London.

A series of below-par individual displays from the club's most celebrated players ensured the team failed to establish any rhythm.

Chelsea had enough half-chances to have stolen a draw but it would have flattered the hosts.

Jose Mourinho's team look a shadow...