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Chelsea boss Antonio Conte admits he considered his options after first year

Michy Batshuayi's brace led the way for Chelsea's rout of Arsenal in their friendly in China.
Between Chelsea and Manchester United, who got the better deal in signing their star strikers?

Antonio Conte has indicated that he considered leaving Chelsea despite winning the Premier League last season, saying his first year in England was "very tough" on a personal level.

Former Juventus boss Conte took charge at Stamford Bridge after overseeing Italy's Euro 2016 campaign, but his wife and nine-year-old daughter did not join him in England.

He eventually committed to a new contract this month -- improving the terms of the final two years of his deal -- but has acknowledged he was...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Danilo seals Manchester City move from Real Madrid

With reports that Man City are circling Danilo from Real Madrid, the FC crew don't believe his skills warrant such a move.

Manchester City have announced the signing of defender Danilo from Real Madrid for a reported fee of £26.5 million.

Brazil international Danilo, 26, has agreed a five-year contract with City and joins subject to a work permit.

Sources told ESPN FC in recent days that Chelsea had also been interested but Danilo told City's official website: "I am very, very happy to be joining Manchester City. There has been strong interest from other clubs, but it has always been my ambition to play for...

 By PA Sport

Chelsea's Pedro returns home after suffering concussion

Michy Batshuayi's brace led the way for Chelsea's rout of Arsenal in their friendly in China.
Antonio Conte maintains Alvaro Morata was his first choice when it came to luring a new striker to Chelsea.

Pedro will return home from Chelsea's preseason tour after he suffered concussion during Saturday's friendly victory over Arsenal.

Pedro, 29, left the pitch midway through the first half of the 3-0 win over the Gunners at Beijing's Bird's Nest Stadium after a heavy collision with goalkeeper David Ospina.

The club tweeted on Sunday: "@_Pedro17_ is heading home... #CFCTour."

Manager Antonio Conte was hopeful Pedro could join his teammates on the next leg of their tour -- Tuesday's clash with...

Clint Dempsey a difference maker for the United States - Bruce Arena

Sebastian Salazar and Herculez Gomez break down the United States' win over Costa Rica in the Gold Cup semifinals.

ARLINGTON, Texas -- United States men's national team manager Bruce Arena hailed the performance of his side, as well as that of Clint Dempsey, in the Americans 2-0 victory over Costa Rica in the semifinals of the Gold Cup.

Dempsey entered the match as a substitute midway through the second half, and unlocked a tight, tense battle with as assist on Jozy Altidore's goal in the 72nd minute. He later scored a goal off a free kick 10 minutes later, sealing what was the U.S. team's most complete performance...

Sissoko remains in Tottenham's first-team plans - Pochettino

Tottenham got the best of PSG in an entertaining ICC showdown that produced exciting goals from both sides.
The ESPN FC panel answer questions from Spurs fans watching their side train in Orlando, Florida.

ORLANDO -- Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino says Moussa Sissoko is in his plans for the new season.

Sissoko was left at home for Tottenham's preseason trip to the United States -- which started with a 4-2 win over Paris Saint-Germain in the International Champions Cup on Saturday -- with a virus.

The France international had recovered before the squad left on Wednesday but he had missed four days of training, and the club felt the journey -- plus the extreme heat and humidity in Florida -- would...


FFA boss Steven Lowy meets with FIFA in bid to resolve governance issues

Steven Lowy
Football Federation Australia chairman Steven Lowy has held talks with FIFA officials in Zurich.

Steven Lowy has met with FIFA ahead of the world governing body's intervention to sort out the stand-off over Australian football's governance.

The Football Federation Australia chairman, who has been in Europe on business, jetted into Zurich the week before last and had talks with FIFA officials.

AAP understands Lowy met with chief member associations officer Joyce Cook, soon after FIFA's member associations committee rejected FFA's proposed expanded congress model as unrepresentative.

The committee...