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OnScene: ESPN FC's Confederations Cup updates from Russia - Semifinals

ESPN FC is "OnScene" in Russia for the Confederations Cup. 

We're down to the final four, with the semifinals beginning on Wednesday when Portugal meet Chile in Kazan. The following day, Sochi hosts Germany vs. Mexico. 

Stay in touch with everything our correspondents have been getting up to.

TUESDAY, June 27

Liverpool's Emre Can finds time to stoke up a transfer rumour

It's not quite Copacabana, but Sochi's stadium is right on the Black Sea

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Trending: FIFA corruption report leaked, Chelsea close on Bakayoko

Gab Marcotti reports from Moscow on the atmosphere at the Confederations Cup and Russia's preparations for the 2018 World Cup.

Tuesday's latest stories from the world of football in ESPN FC's What's Trending...

FIFA: The report looking into alleged corruption in the 2018 and 2022 World Cup bidding contests has been leaked to Bild, the German tabloid claims.

- A number of leading nations are planning to avoid choosing Moscow as a World Cup base in 2018 because of the traffic problems that plague the Russian capital, sources have told ESPN FC.

CHELSEA: Chelsea are closing in on the £35 million signing...

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Fantasy swap between Sergio Aguero and Alexis Sanchez has foundation

The ESPN FC crew discuss the futures of Sergio Aguero and Alexis Sanchez.
The ESPN FC crew discuss the futures of Sergio Aguero and Alexis Sanchez.
The ESPN FC crew discuss the futures of Sergio Aguero and Alexis Sanchez.
The ESPN FC crew discuss the futures of Sergio Aguero and Alexis Sanchez.

The idea Arsenal and Manchester City would agree to exchange star men Alexis Sanchez and Sergio Aguero, as suggested by a couple of UK tabloids over the weekend, seemed utterly fanciful -- but it would be a deal that could work for all parties.

Admittedly, swap deals rarely happen and there have already been denials, but Sanchez's work ethic and versatility across the frontline could be ideal for Pep Guardiola. Aguero's deadly finishing skills are what Arsene Wenger has been missing...

 By Chris Wright

Crystal Palace make classic mistake with Frank/Ronald de Boer mix-up

To herald the arrival of their new manager, Crystal Palace shared a video that featured a succession of stats pertaining to Frank de Boer's illustrious playing career.

Unfortunately, the aforementioned tweet -- which invited Palace fans to "get to know Frank de Boer a little better" -- was chock full of pictures of the Dutchman's twin brother, Ronald.

Sochi more holiday destination than football venue, with stadium set to fail

Gab Marcotti reports from Moscow on the atmosphere at the Confederations Cup and Russia's preparations for the 2018 World Cup.

SOCHI, Russia -- Nothing is quite as it seems in Sochi. After all, this is the 2014 Winter Olympic city with palm trees on the promenade, where the azure blue Black Sea resembles the Mediterranean on the French Riviera.

It is where the $780 million Fisht Stadium will host Thursday's Confederations Cup semifinal between Germany and Mexico and also four World Cup group games during Russia 2018.

However, beyond the World Cup, Sochi risks becoming a city with some of the most spectacular sporting facilities...

Alexandre Lacazette was the answer at Atletico, now questions remain

Lyon's Alexandre Lacazette over recent season's has displayed why he's considered one of the best strikers in Europe.

Antoine Griezmann's new deal provided some much-needed good news for Atletico Madrid in the wake of their transfer ban being upheld earlier this month.

Atletico had not planned for the summer like a club expecting to be banned from signing; targets were identified, deals were set up and deadwood was likely told they were free to leave. But that all went up in smoke.

Gone were the best laid plans for Diego Simeone to strengthen and lead Los Rojiblancos into their new Wanda Metropolitano stadium with...