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Enrique Meza talks to ESPN FC

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David De Gea move stalls? Chicharito, Januzaj exit Man Utd, Martial to arrive

With the transfer window in Spain closed and no official announcement of a David de Gea signing in Madrid, it appears the Spanish goalkeeper will remain at Manchester United for the time being.

As always, Transfer Talk has its finger on the pulse when it comes to the latest rumours and gossip. See all the latest deals here.

TOP STORY: De Gea's move to Real Madrid has stalled?

The wild day involving Manchester United continues. With a fee and deal agreed that would send David De Gea to Real Madrid and send Keylor Navas and money back to Old Trafford, it appears that the deal has stalled.

Multiple media outlets have reported that the necessary paperwork was not submitted in time,...

 By Tom Marshall

Chicharito Hernandez to benefit from Bayer Leverkusen deal

ESPN FC's Paul manager and Gabriele Marcotti give their thoughts on why Chicharito wasn't part of Louis van Gaal's tactics, but the pair have vastly different opinions on his future success at Bayer Leverkusen.
Relive the best action from world football, including Chelsea's latest slip, brilliant Champions League goals and masterful goalkeeping.

It isn't Real Madrid, but Bayer Leverkusen may well be just what Javier "Chicharito" Hernandez needs at this point in his career.

The 27-year-old has started just 23 league matches since the summer of 2012 for Manchester United and last year at Real Madrid. And that, for an international in his prime, proven in Europe and largely injury-free, represents a woeful lack of action.

This move ticks many of the boxes in regards to what Hernandez would've been looking for when escaping Old Trafford,...

 By Tom Marshall

Javier Hernandez, Miguel Layun and Jesus Corona futures all unclear

ESPN FC's John Sutcliffe says Orlando City-linked Javier Hernandez wants to remain in Europe amid Bayer Leverkusen's interest.

It wasn't individual performances that dominated the headlines for Mexicans in Europe this past weekend, but the prospect of El Tri internationals Javier Hernandez, Miguel Layun and Jesus Corona all moving clubs ahead of the transfer deadline.

Hernandez was an unused sub in Manchester United's 2-1 defeat away to Swansea on Sunday, with reports suggesting he has bid farewell to his United teammates and is set to sign for Bundesliga outfit Bayer Leverkusen.

Staying in England, Miguel Layun came on...

Mexico squad bolstered by return of Hernandez, Aquino, Jimenez

Mexico interim head coach Ricardo Ferretti started his tenure with the eyebrow raising move of omitting the Dos Santos brothers from his first team selection.

On Thursday afternoon, the Mexican federation announced the list of 23 players that interim manager Ricardo "Tuca" Ferretti will utilize in the upcoming friendlies against Trinidad & Tobago and Argentina.

Although the big story is most definitely the omission of the Giovani and Jonathan dos Santos and Guillermo Ochoa, it must also be noted that several familiar faces have made the return to El Tri after missing out last month's Gold Cup tournament.

Let's take a look at these returnees and discuss...

 By Tom Marshall

Mexico losing out with no players in European summer transfer window

Javier Aquino is just one of many players no longer plying their trade in Europe.

A loan deal taking 19-year-old Omar Govea from Club America's Under-20s to Porto B is the sum total of transfer deals involving Mexican players heading over the Atlantic this summer. And with the transfer window in Europe closing on Monday (Tuesday in the Premier League), there is silence when it comes to rumors regarding imminent Mexican signings.

The net movement between the Liga MX and Europe this summer will very likely be a net loss come Sept. 2. Javier Aquino left Villarreal and returned...

 By Tom Marshall

Dos Santos, Ochoa unlikely to feature against the United States

Mexico interim head coach Ricardo Ferretti started his tenure with the eyebrow raising move of omitting the Dos Santos brothers from his first team selection.

Interim Mexico head coach Ricardo "Tuca" Ferretti openly stated in his introductory news conference on Monday that not everyone would be happy with his squad list for next month's Mexico friendlies. And not everyone is.

There are two standout names in particular who are not on the roster: L.A. Galaxy forward Giovani dos Santos and Malaga's Guillermo Ochoa.

The duo have become figureheads of the Mexican national team over recent years, starters at the last World Cup, and Ferretti omitting them...