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New York City FC mutually parts ways with forward Adam Nemec

Adam Nemec made nine league appearances for NYCFC this season.

New York City FC has terminated the contract of forward Adam Nemec, the team announced on Monday.

The move, however, comes with the consent of the 29-year-old Slovakian, who featured in nine league games for the first-year franchise this season.

"First and foremost, we'd like to thank Adam for his hard work and contributions to New York City FC," coach Jason Kreis said in a statement.

"We believe this move is best for both Club and player. We all wish him well for the future."

Nemec had stints Germany,...

Singapore centurion Amri ready for Syria in World Cup qualifier

ESPN FC's Jason Dasey and Alistair Edwards preview AFC World Cup qualifying action involving Singapore, Malaysia and Australia.

Striker Khairul Amri believes that Singapore can get a positive result when they take on Syria in a AFC World Cup qualifier in Oman on Thursday.

The Lions are top of Group E after a 4-0 win in Cambodia followed by a brave point away to Japan in Saitama in their two June qualifiers. Avoiding defeat in Muscat would see them stay top of the five team pool in the second round.

Amri earned his 100th cap as Bernd Stange's charges lost 4-0 to Qatar in a friendly in Doha. But, instead of talking about his...

 By Mike Whalley

Everton set to confirm Ramiro Funes Mori signing for £6 million

Ramiro Funes Mori's success at club level helped him earn a work permit.

Everton are set to confirm the £6 million signing of Ramiro Funes Mori on a five-year contract after receiving approval on a work permit.

The Argentina international passed a medical on Aug. 23 after the Toffees agreed a fee with River Plate.

Delays in securing a work permit held up the transfer, but they have been sorted out, and he will sign a five-year contract, sources have told ESPN FC.

Part of the reason for the hold-up was that Mori, 24, has played only once for his country -- and needed...

 By Kevin Palmer

Norwich target Jonathan Walters hands in transfer request - source

Ireland international Jonathan Walters has been granted permission to stay in England while he sorts out his club future.

Stoke forward Jonathan Walters is wanted by Norwich City and has handed in a transfer request in a bid to try and force through the move, a source has told ESPN.

Walters, 31, has been at Stoke since the summer of 2010, with the Republic of Ireland international scoring 34 goals in 178 Premier League appearances for the Potters.

Now he is eyeing the latest move in his career, with Norwich boss Alex Neil keen to sign the well-travelled forward, who will add a touch of Premier League experience to...

 By PA Sport

Mario Lemina joins Juventus on loan as Mauricio Isla, Paolo De Ceglie go to OM

Marseille midfielder Mario Lemina, right, will play at Juventus this season.

Marseille midfielder Mario Lemina has joined Italian champions Juventus on a season-long loan with Mauricio Isla and Paolo De Ceglie heading in the opposite direction.

On Monday evening, the 21-year-old passed a medical with the Scudetto holders, who have lost their first two games of the season, and an initial fee of €500,000 was later paid to L'OM to secure his services.

A further statement published on Juve's official website confirmed the Gabon-born player would spend the 2015-16 season...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Miguel Layun, Jesus Corona seal Porto deals ahead of deadline

Jesus Corona's explosiveness made him a key figure in Mexico's Gold Cup title run.
Jesus Corona, 22, was slapped with a €50 million buyout after signing a five-year deal with Porto.

Mexico internationals Miguel Layun and Jesus Corona have joined Porto, the Portuguese club announced on Monday.

The 27-year-old Layun joins from Watford a one-year loan with an option to buy for €6m, while Corona's deal is permanent.

"I feel great, happy to be here and to be part of this great team, that is used to fighting for the biggest goals, due to their greatness," Layun told Porto's website.