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'Japanese Messi' Takefusa Kubo signs for FC Tokyo from Barcelona

ESPN FC's Alejandro Moreno and Ross Dyer weigh on the Champions League final, and Alejandro contends that Barcelona might be to much for the Italian giants to handle.
Takefusa Kubo has been tipped for a bright future.

TOKYO -- Japanese club FC Tokyo have signed 13-year-old prospect Takefusa Kubo from Barcelona.

Kubo, who earned the nickname the 'Japanese Messi', signed with Barcelona in 2011 to train at La Masia academy but FIFA ruled that the Spanish club violated international transfer regulations over the signing of young players, forcing the teenager to return home.

After being handed a 14-month transfer ban, Barcelona are now unable to recruit any new players until the 2016 January window while Kubo, who...

Japan striker Yoshinori Muto to think over future after Chelsea offer

ESPN FC's Shaka Hislop and Ross Dyer discuss whether or not Chelsea's bid for Japanese striker Muto was motivated by financials or football.

Chelsea target Yoshinori Muto has told Bleacher Report that he will take his time as he considers his options over a potential move from FC Tokyo this summer.

Muto, 22, scored 13 goals in 33 games in 2014 to equal the record for the most number of goals in a debut season in the Japanese first division -- only a year after graduating as a student.

Now, the striker has attracted the attention of Jose Mourinho's Chelsea, who have reportedly put in an offer of £4 million to secure...

Jose Mourinho coy on Chelsea interest in FC Tokyo forward Yoshinori Muto

ESPN FC's Shaka Hislop and Ross Dyer discuss whether or not Chelsea's bid for Japanese striker Muto was motivated by financials or football.

LONDON -- Jose Mourinho has remained coy about Chelsea's reported £4 million bid for FC Tokyo forward Yoshinori Muto but said the club would never sign a player out of purely commercial interests.

FC Tokyo president Naoki Ogane has been quoted as saying Chelsea have made a "formal offer" for Muto, and Mourinho refused to deny the speculation at his news conference on Friday.

"I don't make bids," the Chelsea boss initially said, when asked about the story.

The news of the bid emerged as Chelsea...

Chelsea have bid for FC Tokyo striker Yoshinori Muto, claims club president

ESPN FC's Shaka Hislop and Ross Dyer discuss whether or not Chelsea's bid for Japanese striker Muto was motivated by financials or football.

Chelsea have launched a bid for FC Tokyo striker Yoshinori Muto, according to the club's president Naoki Ogane.

Muto, 22, who only graduated from university last month has an impressive record in the J-League, having scored 13 goals last season, and he has already notched up three in five this term.

The striker has been attracting attention from many clubs across Europe and Ogane has confirmed that the London club have put in a bid for Muto for a fee reported to...