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ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

World Cup squads: Who is on the plane to Russia, and who is in limbo?

Tite insists Brazil won't rush Neymar back for the World Cup.
Tite insists Brazil won't rush Neymar back for the World Cup.
Tite insists Brazil won't rush Neymar back for the World Cup.

The international break gives countries a chance for another look at their squads, with the World Cup looming. 

ESPN FC has correspondents for each team at the World Cup, and they've assessed the state of play in the country they're covering.

Here's a look at who has booked their tickets for the plane to Russia (assured of a place in their World Cup squad), who is in the departures lounge (could make it, could miss out) and who is stuck in traffic (likely to miss out) as the race to reach the...

 By Chris Wright

Man United's Marouane Fellaini rocks Mickey Mouse-style bunches in GQ

It may not be as slick as some of his contemporaries, but it's undeniable that Marouane Fellaini has cultivated one of the most iconic images in world football.

Boasting a lanky 6ft 4in tall frame topped with a gigantic sprawling halo of thick wiry hair; it's difficult to miss Fellaini as he goes about his business.

However, it looks like the Manchester United midfielder may have updated his signature appearance, especially if these shots from a recent GQ Style magazine shoot are anything to go by.

As...

 By Chris Wright

Manchester United star Paul Pogba controls falling vase in new advert

It's no secret that Paul Pogba can pretty much do it all when it comes to football: passing, shooting, attacking, defending, dribbling, dabbing... controlling porcelain vases.

Yes, you read that correctly: controlling falling vases and bringing them down safely using nothing but that sweet right foot.

Well worth £89.3 million of anybody's money.

The Manchester United star proved just how good his touch is as part of Adidas' latest #HereToCreate promo video, alongside fellow luminaries Lionel...

 By Chris Wright

Marouane Fellaini shows off portrait, but where is the trademark afro?

For the second time in recent memory, Marouane Fellaini has been immortalised in art form.

Back in August, a graffiti tribute to the Manchester United midfielder's infamous UEFA Super Cup gurn was spotted daubed in an underpass on the streets of Melbourne, Australia.

Several months on, Fellaini has once again found himself the subject of an artistic homage,...

Michel Sablon must help fill Singapore void after S.League exodus

With a number of Singapore stars leaving the S League for the 2018 season, Jason Dasey and PJ Roberts discuss how the league will cope without some of the top players.

Almost every day, another Lion seems to leave Singapore.

Another seasoned pro swaps the S.League's age quotas for the greater flexibility of a foreign league. Another household name heads elsewhere.

As the exodus accelerates, the headline almost writes itself. Would the last Singapore international to leave the S.League, please turn out the lights?

But the mass migration of senior Lions was inevitable once the Football Association of Singapore unveiled its youth development plans.

The depressing...

 By Paul Murphy

Thailand keeper Kawin to sign with Nigel Pearson's Leuven in Belgium

Thailand and Muang Thong United goalkeeper Kawin Thamsatchanan is set to team up with former Leicester City boss Nigel Pearson by heading to OH Leuven in Belgium.

Reports in the Thai media suggest that Kawin is on his way to Leuven, where Pearson is manager of the First Division B team, who play in the second tier of Belgian football.

The club are owned by the King Power International Group, the same Thai company that controls 2015-16 English champions, Leicester. And they seem determined to establish...