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World Cup stock: Mbappe rises as Messi, Neymar fall

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Schalke's Harit at training after fatal accident

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James won't make early Madrid return - agency

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Sanches will bounce back at Bayern - Robben

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U.S.'s Wood optimistic after 'most difficult year'

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Real Madrid's Hakimi joins Dortmund on loan

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World Cup stock - Mbappe, Hazard, Lozano impress; Messi, Neymar, Salah down

The World Cup always offers players a chance to prove themselves on the biggest stage of all. Sometimes that even means a lucrative move to a bigger clubs afterwards (see Golden Boot winner James Rodriguez moving from Monaco to Real Madrid four years ago).

But which players' values will have gone up? And which have gone down after their exploits in Russia?

Here is a list of those whose stock has changed since the start of the World Cup.

STOCK UP

KYLIAN MBAPPE (France, PSG)

Arguably the star of...

Schalke's Amine Harit returns to training after fatal car accident

Schalke's Amine Harit
Amine Harit returned to Schalke's preseason training on Monday.

Amine Harit resumed training with Schalke on Monday, less than three weeks after he was involved in a fatal car accident in Morocco.

Harit, a Morocco international, collided with a pedestrian attempting to cross a road in Marrakesh on July 6, days after returning from the World Cup, according to reports. He was briefly taken into custody and later allowed to return to Germany.

One of the Bundesliga's breakout stars last season, Harit began his preseason with a routine performance check behind closed...

James Rodriguez won't end loan early for Real Madrid return - agency

Bayern Munich stalwarts Franck Ribery and Arjen Robben will figure in Niko Kovac's plans, despite their restricted playing time.
ESPN FC's Stewart Robson and Craig Burley explain just how monumental Cristiano Ronaldo's move to Juventus is for world football.

James Rodriguez will not leave Bayern Munich to return to Real Madrid a year before the end of his two-year loan, his agency, Gestifute, has told ESPN FC.

The forward joined Bayern last summer after falling out of favour with previous Madrid coach Zinedine Zidane, but the appointment of Julen Lopetegui after Zidane's resignation in May has led to increased speculation that his loan would end prematurely.

Several outlets, including Marca and La Sexta, have reported that James is looking to return...

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Erik Durm leaves Borussia Dortmund to join Huddersfield Town

The FC crew assess Christian Pulisic's Dortmund future after he sat down with ESPN's Jeff Carlisle to talk transfer rumours and the USMNT.
Raphael Honigstein explains why Borussia Dortmund's Sokratis Papastathopoulos would be an underwhelming addition for Arsenal.

Germany defender Erik Durm has left Borussia Dortmund to join Huddersfield Town in the Premier League.

Durm, 26, signed a one-year contract to play under Huddersfield boss David Wagner, his former coach in Dortmund's reserves. The Terriers also hold an option for the 2019-20 season as well.

"It is not every day that you can bring a player of the quality of Erik to your club," Wagner said in a statement. "He is a World Cup winner and has played at the very highest level, so this is a fantastic...

Renato Sanches will bounce back at Bayern Munich - Arjen Robben

Bayern Munich stalwarts Franck Ribery and Arjen Robben will figure in Niko Kovac's plans, despite their restricted playing time.
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MUNICH -- Arjen Robben said his young teammate Renato Sanches will emerge as a better player following two tough seasons at Bayern Munich.

Sanches, 20, was voted the best young player at Euro 2016 as Portugal won the tournament two months after he chose to leave Benfica for Bayern for an initial €35 million that could have risen to €80m with add-ons.

But he only started six Bundesliga games in 2016-17, when he did not have a goal or an assist in 25 appearances, and was sent on loan to...