Blatter Finally Leaves FIFA

FIFA

Blatter Finally Leaves FIFA

More answers are likely to follow as to why the 79-year-old has left his position as president of soccer's world governing body, writes Peter Staunton.

Holiday Evolves In New Role

U.S. Women's Team

Holiday Evolves In New Role

U.S. midfielder Lauren Holiday has undergone an evolution since her first World Cup, embracing a veteran role while adapting to a new position.

Mexico's Defense Set For Boost

Mexico

Mexico's Defense Set For Boost

Miguel Herrera's defense kept Guatemala off the board, but three new arrivals are looking to help El Tri to improve on that showing, writes Jon Arnold.

Who Drives Your Club's Transfer Policy?

Transfer Zone

Who Drives Your Club's Transfer Policy?

Chelsea, Arsenal, Man United and the other top sides in the Premier League are all using different strategies to get ahead in the transfer market.

U.S. U-20 Attacking Trio Steal The Show

United States

U.S. U-20 Attacking Trio Steal The Show

Rubio Rubin, Emerson Hyndman and Gedion Zelalem shined the brightest in the U.S. Under-20 World Cup team's 4-0 win over New Zealand.

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De Gea has said Man Utd farewells
Real Madrid target David de Gea has said his goodbyes to his Manchester United teammates ahead of a 20 million pound move to the Spanish capital.
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Daily Star
Man Utd fails in £110M double deal
Manchester United has seen a 110 million pound bid for Gareth Bale and Raphael Varane rejected by Real Madrid. Chelsea is also interested in the pair while Madrid is expected to complete a deal for David de Gea.
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Cuatro
Tottenham joins Imbula hunt
Tottenham has joined Chelsea in the race for Marseille enforcer Gianelli Imbula. Spurs are expected to offer Benjamin Stambouli as bait for the 22-year-old, who is valued at 12 million pounds.
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