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Pogba, Man United silence the noise vs. Leicester

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LIVE Transfer Talk: Premier League's Big Six prepare to battle over Maguire

Julien Laurens explains why Chelsea and Real Madrid think they are in a position of leverage against the other in the potential sale of Eden Hazard.

With the transfer window for Europe's biggest clubs set to open soon -- find out when the transfer window opens and closes across Europe's top leagues -- rest assured that Transfer Talk is scouring the world's media and setting correspondents loose to see what is on the agenda. You can click here to review all the latest transfers.

TOP STORY: Maguire in demand

Leicester City's Harry Maguire will play his final game for the club this weekend as Arsenal, Chelsea and Manchester United prepare...

Kompany delivering Man City the title would be a fitting farewell for the captain

MANCHESTER, England -- Vincent Kompany obviously wasn't going to score from there. His teammates knew it, his manager knew it, and, crucially, Leicester City's players seemed to know it as well.

There were 20 minutes remaining in a match of cloying tension on Monday at the Etihad Stadium when Aymeric Laporte squared the ball to Kompany midway inside the Leicester half. This is where Manchester City were. Their centre-backs camped on the halfway line, their forward players clustering ineffectively...

W2W4: Can Rodgers help Liverpool? Will De Gea cost Man United again?

W2W4 previews the penultimate weekend of Premier League action by highlighting its most compelling storylines ...

The pride of Rodgers could be Liverpool's big hope

It's impossible not to find it delicious that this weekend Liverpool's chances of winning their first Premier League title in 29 years is at least in part in the hands of two former Liverpool managers. The two men in charge the past two times they had a realistic chance of the title, in fact.

On Saturday night, Rafa Benitez's Newcastle...

U-17 Afcon: Will another Kelechi Iheanacho, or two, be unearthed?

The Under-17 Africa Cup of Nations kicks off on Sunday, as the continent's finest young players compete for the prestigious youth title over two weeks in Tanzania.

Age-grade competitions are taken particularly seriously in Africa, and the Under-17 Afcon has, over the years, offered a first glimpse of some of the continent's brightest young talents.

Nigerian starlets Victor Osimhen, Kelechi Nwakali, and Kelechi Iheanacho all burst into the wider public consciousness during the competition, and are...

How do you solve a problem like Kelechi Iheanacho?

When Nigeria coach Gernot Rohr left Kelechi Iheanacho out of the Super Eagles squad to play Seychelles and Egypt, there wasn't even the slightest murmurings of dissent.

Less than a year ago, that decision would have been met by such vociferous pushback that the German would have been left to ponder his future choices.

If nothing else, the silence was proof that the striker had not only lost the confidence of his coaches but also that even the fans had slinked away from his side.

As if leaving him...

Rodgers shows Leicester how to play 'without fear' as Vardy stars vs. Fulham

Jamie Vardy's second-half brace secured a 3-1 for Leicester over Fulham giving Brendan Rodgers his first victory at the helm

LEICESTER, England -- There is never a danger that you won't be able to hear Brendan Rodgers.

Claude Puel, Rodgers' predecessor as Leicester City manager, spoke in such a whisper that even the journalists sitting in the front row of his news conferences had to crane their necks and strain their ears in an effort to pick up what he was saying.

The timorousness of Puel's discourse found an echo on the pitch, where a dismal run of seven defeats in nine matches cost him his job at the end of February....