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ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Man City boss Manuel Pellegrini: Not a bad start for a 'dead man walking'

The 24-year old Belgium midfielder joins Manchester City from the german side of Wolfsburg for a reported £54m.

Manchester City manager Manuel Pellegrini joked he feels good "for a dead man walking" following his side's excellent start to the season.

City have hit the ground running this term after winning all four of their opening games, scoring 10 goals in the process, while they have still yet to concede.

That contrasts with their record last season when they finished eight points behind champions Chelsea, leading to speculation that Pellegrini was set to be given the axe.

"For a dead man walking, not...

Real Madrid to use Keylor Navas as David De Gea makeweight - reports

Spain head coach Vicente Del Bosque has no issues calling up goalkeeper David de Gea to his latest squad, despite his lack of playing time for current club, Manchester United.

Real Madrid goalkeeper Keylor Navas could be included in a deadline day move for Manchester United's David De Gea, according to reports.

De Gea, 24, has been linked with Real in recent months and reports in England and Spain claim the deal may be completed for €40 million before the Spanish window closes on Monday.

In order to finalise the transfer, Marca report that Real are ready to add 28-year-old Navas -- who joined Real on a six-year contract last summer from Levante and served as Iker...

David De Gea's Manchester United future unknown to Louis van Gaal

ESPN FC's Craig Burley dissects Manchester United's 2-1 loss to Swansea City, and notes United's glaring need for transfer reinforcements.
Manchester United midfielder Juan Mata shared his feelings after his squad lost 2-1 against Swansea City.

Louis van Gaal has said he is unsure if David De Gea will still be a Manchester United player when the La Liga transfer window shuts on Monday.

De Gea, 24, has been linked to Real Madrid all summer long and Van Gaal, who omitted the goalkeeper from the United squad for their first six games of the season amid concerns about his state of mind, claimed to be in the dark if the club's reigning Player of the Year will still be at his disposal after the international break.

Indeed, the United manager...

 By Ian Holyman

Bordeaux barrier collapse: Children among five people injured

The barrier collapse was the second to happen at the recently-opened Nouveau Stade.

Five people were hurt when a barrier at Bordeaux's Nouveau Stade gave way -- the second such incident in three games at the new €168 million arena.

Two children, aged 12 and 14, were among those hurt when the barrier failed to withstand a crowd surge after Milan Gajic scored Bordeaux's second goal in the 2-0 win over Nantes on Sunday.

"There were five people injured, among them...

 By Ian Holyman

Angel Di Maria delighted with Paris Saint-Germain debut

PSG beat Monaco 3-0, Saint Etienne see off Bastia in a fiery affair and Bordeaux were victorious against Nantes.

Angel Di Maria revealed his delight at having "the opportunity to play with the best" after setting up a goal on his Paris Saint-Germain debut.

Di Maria, 27, came off the bench after 66 minutes against Monaco on Sunday and having seen Edinson Cavani nearly score from his first pass, the €63 million signing from Manchester United then teed up Ezequiel Lavezzi to notch a debut assist in a 3-0 win for the French champions. 

"I was impatient to pull on this shirt," the former Benfica and...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Injured Mat Ryan to miss Australia's next two World Cup qualifiers

National coach of Australia sits down to talk to ESPN FC's Jason Dasey about the future of Australian soccer at the AFC coaches conference after the Socceroos' Asian Cup win.

Goalkeeper Mat Ryan will miss Australia's next two AFC World Cup qualifiers after suffering a knee injury in Valencia's 1-1 draw with Deportivo La Coruna on Sunday night.

Ryan's place in the squad will be taken by Adelaide United veteran Eugene Galekovic.

The Socceroos face Bangladesh in Perth on Thursday before an away match against Tajikistan on Oct. 8.

"It's a blow for Mat to miss these games but he picked up a knock in Spain overnight and with the travel distance and the lateness of his club...