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No Revolution Yet

U.S. National Team

No Revolution Yet

Despite a number of young players on the USA's squad to face the Czech Republic, the players on show are likely to be familiar to American fans

Mixed Window For Mexicans

Mexico

Mixed Window For Mexicans

Doubts remain over whether all the moves secured by top Mexican players this summer will ultimately work out, writes Goal's Tom Marshall.

No Lahm, No Problem?

Germany

No Lahm, No Problem?

Germany has lost three of its most experienced players since its World Cup triumph two months ago and has to rebuild with new leaders, writes Goal's Enis Koylu.

Altidore's Opportunity

United States

Altidore's Opportunity

Earning scarce minutes with Sunderland, fill-in U.S. captain Jozy Altidore should relish the chance to face the Czech Republic, writes Mike DeCourcy.

Real Steps Back

Transfer Zone

Real Steps Back

Real Madrid should be building on last season's success. Instead, Carlo Ancelotti must reshape the team again after a summer of changes.

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Transfer talk

Man Utd to make January move for Strootman
Manchester United will make a January move for Kevin Strootman. Louis van Gaal is keen to be reunited with the midfielder, who must prove his fitness in the coming months, and hopes to secure a 30 million pound deal with Roma.
Source:
The Guardian
Welbeck injured in England training
Just a few hours after signing for Arsenal on deadline day, Danny Welbeck has picked up a knock in training while on England duty. The injury is not thought to be serious but he is expected to miss Wednesday's clash with Norway.
Source:
Various
Arsenal rejected Defoe approach
Arsenal passed up the opportunity to sign former Tottenham forward Jermain Defoe on deadline day after the Toronto FC striker was offered to Arsene Wenger. The 31-year-old could move to QPR or Leicester in January.
Source:
Daily Telegraph

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