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Bale is ready to lead Real Madrid

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Liverpool must give young stars a chance

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Inside story of Man United's sour U.S. tour

Manchester United
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Hudson-Odoi a star in the making at turbulent Chelsea

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Liverpool's focus firmly on football in Evian training camp

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Man United finish tour on high note vs. Real

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United players meet WWE stars, Ronaldinho

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'The Messi of Madrid' among Real's ICC youth

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Pep already working on Man City's next generation

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Klopp sidesteps mind games as expectations grow

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Man United could do with less of Mourinho's negativity

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Win vs. Man United will whet Liverpool appetite

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World Cup winner Mendy hungry for more silverware

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Sanchez's preseason suggests his best for Utd is yet to come

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Liverpool fans' Karius abuse oversteps the mark

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International Champions Cup: Christian Pulisic, Tahith Chong among breakout stars

Back in July, ESPN FC's club correspondents predicted a breakout star from preseason. Here's who impressed during the International Champions Cup.

MAN CITY: Eric Garcia

The 17-year-old defender faced the likes of Daniel Sturridge, Mohamed Salah and Sandro Wagner and barely put a foot wrong, making a big impression on manager Pep Guardiola. Garcia, a product of Barcelona's La Masia academy, played every minute of the International Champions Cup and started the final game ahead of the more experienced...

Gareth Bale is ready to be the leader at Real Madrid

EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. -- It's always hard to divine much from preseason, especially one that's truncated by players away on post-World Cup vacations, extreme amounts of air travel and the need to be mindful about easing back into action after weeks away. Young talent often gets the bulk of the playing time to show whether they belong in the first-team squad or out on loan for the season. Endless subs make it dizzying to track who's playing, and how well.

But one player who's very much been central...

Kostas Manolas Q&A: I'm staying at Roma, and I want to win something

Roma defender Kostas Manolas sat down with ESPN's Hugo Bernal during the club's tour of the United States this month.

Playing in the International Champions Cup, the Italian side bounced back from an opening defeat to Tottenham last month to beat Barcelona 4-2.

As the Giallorossi prepare to take on Real Madrid on Tuesday at MetLife Stadium in New Jersey (8 p.m. ET, ESPN), Manolas discussed their preparations for the season, the challenge in Serie A of facing Cristiano Ronaldo and Juventus, and his...

International Champions Cup: Fixtures, results and coverage

The International Champions Cup runs from July 20 until Aug. 11. Check back here daily for results, news coverage and stories on the biggest names in world football.

2018 International Champions Cup content and fixtures

Fixtures: Daily match schedule
Scores: Follow every match
Table: How is your team faring?
News and features: ESPN's home for everything ICC

Upcoming games

- Saturday, 8/4: Inter Milan vs. Lyon, Stadio Via del Mare in Lecce, Italy (2 p.m. ET, ESPN and Deportes)
- Saturday, 8/4:...



Liverpool could do better at giving young stars like Woodburn a chance

Mark Ogden thinks Man City are still the team to beat in the Premier League, but Liverpool have all the pieces in place to bring home the trophy.

In news that never will have troubled the headline writers, Ben Woodburn has been sent on loan to Sheffield United, while Harry Wilson will also spend a year at Championship level with Derby County. It's been a while now since both youngsters were first touted as Liverpool's next big thing and almost two years since Woodburn scored his one and only first-team goal, becoming their youngest ever goalscorer.

Loan deals smack of the shop window, not very auspicious when it comes to a player's long-term...

Man United's U.S. tour: Inside story of Jose Mourinho's frustrating summer

Mark Ogden and Charlie Gibson discuss how Mourinho and Manchester United need to move forward.

MIAMI -- On the last of Manchester United's 17 nights in the United States, there was at last a shred of positivity.

A 2-1 win over European champions Real Madrid in Miami's Hard Rock Stadium added a bit of shine to a tour that has, for the most part, been played out under a cloud.

It started badly and, over the course of more than two weeks, gradually got worse.

First there was Alexis Sanchez, left at home while the rest of the squad flew to Los Angeles because of a visa issue. It was particularly...