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Germany's World Cup humiliation won't cause Bundesliga hangover -- Mario Gotze

Raf Honigstein and the FC crew examine what went wrong for Germany at the World Cup and discuss what lies ahead for the reigning world champions.
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CHICAGO -- Germany endured a humiliating group-stage exit from this summer's World Cup in Russia, but Mario Gotze doesn't expect Die Nationalmannschaft's poor form to carry over to club football.

The Borussia Dortmund playmaker spoke to media at Soldier Field on Thursday evening, ahead of the Black and Yellow's International Champions Cup match against Manchester City on Friday.

And Gotze insisted that despite Germany's woeful campaign in Russia, in which they finished third in Group G behind Sweden...

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When does the transfer window close? Premier League, La Liga, top European leagues

ESPN FC's Stewart Robson takes a look at the latest rumours in Transfer Rater, featuring Ivan Perisic, Gonzalo Higuain and more.

The summer transfer window in 2018 is very different to past years. Rather than every major league bringing to an end its transfer business on the same day, Aug. 31, this year there will be a staggered finish.

Here, we take a look at the transfer rules which govern each major European league.

In all cases, clubs are still able to sign players as free agents after the deadline, and as long as they are not officially attached to any club after Aug. 31. 

Premier League transfer deadline

The...

International Champions Cup: Future stars of top Premier League, European clubs

Jose Mourinho isn't thrilled to not have several first-team players at his disposal as Man United embark on their preseason tour in the U.S.

Some of Europe's elite will be in action in the International Champions Cup, but which young player from each club could be set for a bright future?

MAN CITY: Phil Foden

Pep Guardiola told the fans in Houston that they were lucky to see the debut of Foden after the teenager impressed in the first ever Manchester derby outside England in last season's International Champions Cup. The 18-year-old attacking midfielder, who won the Under-17 World Cup, is already being talked about as a player that...