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Ramsey and Wilshere face uncertain futures with Arsenal in limbo over deals

ESPN FC's Shaka Hislop looks at the latest transfer rumours, featuring Aaron Ramsey, Alisson, Eden Hazard and more.

When Cesc Fabregas left Arsenal in 2011, fans were disappointed that such a talent had felt his ambitions could not be realised in North London and the lure of his hometown club was too much to resist.

His departure left a big hole in the midfield, but the former captain sounded a positive note about what lay ahead, pointing to two precocious young talents who could help fill that gap.

Aaron Ramsey and Jack Wilshere, aged 20 and 19 at the time, were players of real potential, and Fabregas made sure...

 By Phil Lythell

Hazard, Courtois futures on line as Chelsea chase Champions League

A reporter gives Antonio Conte the option of finishing in the top four or winning the FA Cup, but the Chelsea boss insists the Blues must try to accomplish both.

The majority of Chelsea's playing staff are away on international duty though they could be forgiven having their minds still concentrated on club matters. When they return to London next week they will be entering the home straight of the 2017-18 season firm in the knowledge that there is no room for error.

The Blues might be two games away from lifting the FA Cup yet there is no question the primary focus is securing a top four finish. Without Champions League football next season, the futures...

Zlatan Ibrahimovic a Man United box office smash who brought stardust, success

The ESPN FC panel assess the mark Zlatan Ibrahimovic has left on European football and where he ranks among the best footballers in the last 15 years.
With Zlatan Ibrahimovic's move to MLS all but confirmed, Paul Mariner and Alexis Nunes reflect on his legacy at Man United and predict how his stay will unfold Stateside.
Hear how Zlatan Ibrahimovic predicted a move to MLS might happen back in August 2017.

It is perhaps an example of the brutal, unsentimental nature of professional sport that Zlatan Ibrahimovic has left Manchester United through the back door, rather than with great fanfare, having become something of a forgotten man at Old Trafford this season.

This is the guy who was signed by Jose Mourinho -- following his appointment as United manager in the summer of 2016 -- to bring experience, goals, belief and, maybe above all else, charisma back to a team that had been drained of all kinds...

 By Ben Pearce

Spurs' move to Wembley has made them stronger for FA Cup and beyond

Shaka Hislop and Alexis Nunes assess the performances of Chelsea and Southampton, who'll square off in the FA Cup semifinals alongside Man United and Tottenham.

There has been understandable mirth among Tottenham fans at the idea that the club now has an unfair advantage in the FA Cup, with the semifinal and final being played at the stadium they have called home this season.

Few rivals were complaining about Spurs' spell in Brent at the start of the campaign. Indeed, the north Londoners spent the early weeks attempting to exorcise a "Wembley curse".

Losing against Chelsea under the arch and then labouring to draws against Burnley and Swansea, Mauricio...

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Liverpool's James Milner proves he's not boring with cheeky first tweet

Despite an online alter-ego claiming for years that James Milner is boring, the Liverpool midfielder has finally let it be known that he knows how to entertain.

Milner announced his official arrival on Twitter on Thursday by ... you guessed it, ironing a T-shirt.

The former England international's appearance and demeanour fuelled a Twitter account, Boring James Milner, that has amassed nearly 600,000 followers discussing the ordinary to the mundane and everything in between.

And with one cheeky...

 By David Mooney

Manchester City fans proud of slapstick history as business end of season nears

Craig Burley examines the two most enticing ties of the Champions League quarterfinals and explains why each has a clear favourite.

With all the talk of hostile welcomes and European nights under the Anfield lights, Manchester City fans are beginning to feel like many see the upcoming Champions League quarterfinal tie as a foregone conclusion. Liverpool are famed for their history in continental competitions, while their opponents are more well-known for their past dominated by cock-ups, comedy and misfortune.

It's undeniable the Reds have performed better in years gone by, having won the European Cup five times...