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DaMarcus Beasley says U.S. team will be fine, still ready if called on

United States defender DaMarcus Beasley describes what it was like to be back in the U.S. roster and the experiences the younger players in the squad can take away moving forward.

DENVER -- DaMarcus Beasley says the United States team will be just fine despite their surprising fourth-place finish at the 2015 Gold Cup, and the veteran of four World Cups added he was still ready if called upon for national team duty.

Beasley said the U.S. squad is on the right path, even if the team suffered a setback during the Gold Cup after beating the Netherlands and Germany in exhibitions last month.

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"The sky is not falling," Beasley said. "Ten years ago, if we lost the Gold Cup, not...

 By Kevin Palmer

Louis van Gaal predicts 'the season of Luke Shaw' at Manchester United

The ESPN FC discuss Manchester United's defensive structure this upcoming season as Steve Nicol does not see any world-class defenders in the side so far.

Manchester United manager Louis van Gaal has backed Luke Shaw to silence his critics and emerge as a star in his team this season.

Shaw struggled to make his mark in his first year at Old Trafford following a £27 million move from Southampton last summer, with injuries and ongoing fitness concerns restricting him to just 15 Premier League starts in 2014-15.

Having spent the summer working on his conditioning and impressing on the club's preseason tour of America, Shaw is fit and ready to...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Romelu Lukaku injured in Everton's win; West Ham edge Norwich

Everton's 2-0 win against Dundee may have cost the Blues an edge ahead of the season, with striker Romelu Lukaku leaving the pitch early with an injury.

Romelu Lukaku left with an apparent injury as Ross Barkley and Conor McAleny scored in Everton's 2-0 win at Dundee United on Tuesday.

The victory may have come at a cost, however, as Lukaku was substituted after half an hour with what the club called a hamstring injury.

Manager Roberto Martinez downplayed  the incident, however, saying Lukaky was removed as a precaution.

"Rom has obviously been playing a lot of minutes and it was important for him to get some sort of action," Martinez told Everton's...

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Monaco defeat Young Boys, Van Persie can't find Fenerbahce breakthrough

Mario Pasalic was on target as Monaco defeated Young Boys 3-1.

Ligue 1 side Monaco recorded a 3-1 victory over Young Boys in the first leg of their Champions League third qualifying round tie on Tuesday night.

All of the game's goals came in the second half in Bern, Switzerland, with Layvin Kurzawa opening the scoring on 64 minutes.

Guido Carrillo doubled Monaco's lead, Raphael Nuzzolo pulled a goal back for Young Boys before Mario Pasalic netted a minute later to wrap up the away victory.

Fenerbahce's tie with Shakthar Donetsk is delicately balanced after...

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Southampton defender Jose Fonte targeted by Crystal Palace - sources

Jose Fonte signed for Southampton from Crystal Palace in 2010.

Crystal Palace are considering a move for Southampton defender Jose Fonte as they look to bring in a centre-back this summer, sources have told ESPN FC.

Palace boss Alan Pardew has made a new central defender one of his top priorities this summer as he looks to find a partner for Scott Dann.

Palace have been frustrated in their attempts to sign Swansea and Wales captain Ashley Williams with Swansea pricing them out of a move for the defender as they are determined to keep the highly rated stopper...

Arsenal unlikely to pursue Schalke's Julian Draxler - sources

Schalke reject a bid for Julian Draxler from Juventus, despite the midfielder having agreed terms with the Italian club

Arsenal are unlikely to pursue a move for Schalke and Germany star Julian Draxler this summer, sources have told ESPN FC.

Reports in Germany said Arsenal were in pole position to sign Draxler after Juventus saw their overtures for the attacker rejected by Schalke.

Schalke rejected a reported £15.6 million offer from Juventus for the midfielder on Monday after weeks of talks between the two clubs.

Schalke value Draxler a lot higher than the Juventus bid, with the German club holding out for a...