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England try to find a "Plan B," Cristiano Ronaldo's latest goals, Mbappe's future

Shaka Hislop talks which of England's strikers will most likely feature in the 2018 World Cup next summer.

The fact that Gareth Southgate switched to a back three in Thursday's 1-0 friendly defeat to Germany only to go back to a 4-2-3-1 in the qualifier against Lithuania on Sunday was read in different ways. He said it was a function of needing to figure out different formations to suit different opponents. It's an interesting take and somewhat different from his predecessors, most of whom believed that the best way to build chemistry was to play the same way each time.

The problem with England having...

 By Tom Kundert

Cristiano Ronaldo and Portugal's golden generation target more glory

Cristiano Ronaldo's enduring class was evident as Portugal thumped Hungary in World Cup qualifying.

Portugal put in a thoroughly professional performance of measured attacking and complete control in Lisbon on Saturday night to dispatch Hungary 3-0 in their quest to chase down Switzerland at the top of World Cup qualifying Group B.

Fernando Santos has now won 11 of 12 qualifying matches since taking over as Portugal coach in September 2014, not to mention the small matter of guiding the Selecao to their first trophy, winning Euro 2016 in France last summer. And there were plenty of indications...

Cristiano Ronaldo at 32: What else does he have left to accomplish?

Cristiano Ronaldo has won everything there is to win except for the World Cup. Is that his final frontier?

It is said that toward the end of his impressive career, having subjected almost all of the known world to his will, Alexander the Great broke down in tears as there were no more worlds to conquer.

Such thoughts may have entered the mind of another all-conquering champion, Cristiano Ronaldo, after a 2016 in which he won the Champions League with Madrid, the Euro 2016 trophy with Portugal and at least 16 different individual awards including a fourth career Ballon d'Or and the first ever The Best...

 By Tom Kundert

How do Portugal's top clubs continue to win big in the transfer market?

And another big deal completed -- in this case by Benfica, selling Goncalo Guedes to Paris Saint-Germain for €30 million plus up to €7m on a future sell-on fee.

How is it that one of Europe's lower-profile leagues plays such a prominent role in the global transfer market and commands such high fees for its best players?

"How is it possible? Portuguese football is at the level of the best in Europe," says Portuguese agent Nuno Correia, owner of NCfoot, a Portuguese agency. "Proof...

 By Tom Kundert

Goncalo Guedes: Five things about 'new Ronaldo'; PSG and United keen

ESPN FC's Gab Marcotti reacts to Jose Mourinho's comment that Man United will sell in January to spend in the summer.

He's been labelled the "new Cristiano Ronaldo" because of his style of play, is a Benfica regular at just 20-years-old, and is reportedly on the cusp of a £25 million pound transfer abroad with links to Manchester United and PSG. But who is Goncalo Guedes?

Here are five things you should know about the dazzling Portuguese forward.

He has been wooing onlookers since he was five

When it comes to talent showing itself at an early age, few can outdo Guedes. According to MaisFutebol journalist Sergio...

 By Tom Kundert

Bernardo Silva: Five things about 'little Messi,' targeted by Man United

He may have missed out on national team glory at Euro 2016 and he may have played only a handful of minutes of top-level football in Portugal, but nobody in his homeland is oblivious to the extraordinary talent that is Bernardo Silva.

Many believe he can match the career of a similarly supremely gifted attacking midfielder who started at Benfica, Rui Costa, and it is little surprise that Manchester United have joined the long list of suitors who have Silva on their radar. Barcelona have long been...