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Josh Risdon called up to the Socceroos as Bailey Wright's injury replacement

Andy Keogh & Josh Risdon
Perth Glory's Josh Risdon, right, has been called into the Australia squad to face Iraq and the U.A.E.

A toe injury has forced defender Bailey Wright out of the Socceroos squad for the World Cup qualifiers against Iraq and the United Arab Emirates.

Coach Ange Postecoglou ruled England-based Wright out on Sunday, calling in Perth Glory's Josh Risdon to replace him.

"Bailey has a minor injury that he has been nursing and although he played for Preston overnight we thought it better for him to stay in the U.K.," Postecoglou said.

"We have two tough matches in quick succession and will need everyone...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Celta Vigo confirm the signing of Giuseppe Rossi from Fiorentina

Giuseppe Rossi
Giuseppe Rossi has sealed his return to the Spanish Primera Division.

New Jersey-born Italy international Giuseppe Rossi has joined Celta Vigo from Fiorentina.

The injury-plagued forward made 33 appearances for the Viola, scoring 16 goals, since joining the Serie A side in January 2013.

But successive knee injuries cruelled Rossi's time in Florence and he spent the second half of last season on loan at Levante.

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Joao Mario joins Inter Milan from Sporting CP for €45 million

ESPN FC's Gabriel Marcotti reacts to Inter's reportedly "imminent" signings of Gabriel Barbosa and Joao Mario.

Portugal international Joao Mario has joined Internazionale from Sporting CP in a €45 million deal.

The 23-year-old midfielder, who was part of the Portugal side that won the 2016 European Championship, passed his medical on Friday before agreeing personal terms.

It has been reported that Inter originally wanted a €10m loan plus a €35m obligation to buy in 2017.

 By Tom Marshall

Isaac Brizuela stars as Chivas downs America in Mexico's Clasico Nacional

Isaac Brizuela
Isaac Brizuela's first-half brace set up the win for Chivas Guadalajara.

Winger Isaac Brizuela netted two first-half goals to help Chivas defeat Club America 3-0 on Saturday in Mexico's Clasico Nacional in a memorable result for the Guadalajara side.

Brizuela opened the scoring inside a full Estadio Azteca in the 19th minute and added his second in the 32nd, with both goals coming via assists from Eduardo "La Chofis" Lopez. Carlos Pena netted the third score five minutes from the end.

The victory against bitter rival America in round seven of matches in the Apertura...

 By PA Sport

Arkadiusz Milik in dreamland as Montella rues AC Milan implosion

ESPN FC's Gab Marcotti assesses the importance of Carlos Bacca for AC Milan and whether he can carry the team.
Arkadiusz Milik
Playing for the first time in front of his new fans, Arkadiusz Milik bagged a brace for Napoli.

Poland striker Arkadiusz Milik said he felt he was dreaming after scoring twice on his Napoli home debut.

Milik scored twice in the opening 33 minutes as Napoli beat nine-man Milan 4-2 in an incident-packed Serie A clash on Saturday night.

"I was dreaming of scoring at my debut at the San Paolo, I'm really happy," Milik said after the match.

"Scoring was wonderful, but scoring twice was almost a dream. Now I hope to pursue this path for our fans who were so excited.

"The feeling with the San Paolo...

 By PA Sport

Hull City players 'magnificent' in late defeat to Man United - Mike Phelan

Marcus Rashford scored in second-half stoppage time to hand Man United a 1-0 win over Hull City.
A late goal from Marcus Rashford broke the deadlock at the last minute to give Jose Mourinho's men a 1-0 win over Hull City.
Hull City manager Mike Phelan credits his players focus on keeping them in the match, but they lost focus just at the end.

Hull caretaker boss Mike Phelan described his players as "magnificent" despite Saturday's last minute 1-0 loss to Manchester United.

Marcus Rashford struck a stoppage-time winner to sink Hull, and after the match Phelan said he hoped to resolve his own future with the club's prospective new owners after the transfer window has closed on Wednesday.

The Tigers vice-chairman Ehab Allam revealed in his programme notes that this could be the club's last game with the Allam family as owners and he hoped...