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World Cup stock: Mbappe rises as Messi, Neymar fall

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Manchester United fans won't miss Blind too much

Manchester United

Lack of depth means Sturridge must stay


Pogba can enjoy World Cup glory, then lead Man United

Manchester United

Mason Greenwood: Man United's best-kept secret and next big thing?

ESPN FC's Rob Dawson discusses Manchester United's needs in the transfer window and what to expect from Paul Pogba when he returns.

LOS ANGELES -- Wherever possible, Manchester United have tried to keep Mason Greenwood under wraps. It is club policy that youth team players under the age of 18 are not allowed to speak to the media, and even official channels, in-house television station MUTV and the United website, are only rarely granted special access.

United have been especially careful with Greenwood, similar to the way Sir Alex Ferguson shielded Ryan Giggs nearly 30 years ago. The problem, though (if you can call it that)...

 By Tom Adams

Arsenal's new signing Lucas Torreira can ease the pain of missing out on N'Golo Kante in 2016

Former Arsenal midfielder Stewart Robson shares his thoughts on how Sampdoria's Lucas Torreira would fit in at the Emirates.

It never gets any less galling that Arsenal had the chance to sign N'Golo Kante two years ago. The France midfielder may have had an aberrant bad game in the World Cup final, but there was no doubt in the minds of his teammates about the role he played in their triumph in Russia. On Monday, as they waited to enter Elysee Palace for a meeting with President Emmanuel Macron, Paul Pogba led them all in singing his name. Much to Kante's embarrassment, of course.

The best midfielder in the world? Maybe....

 By Steven Kelly

Cocksure Dejan Lovren must build on Croatia exploits for Liverpool

Former Liverpool defender Steve Nicol doesn't mince his words when responding to Dejan Lovren's comments about being one of the world's top defenders.

Who was the pre-tournament favourite to be the last Liverpool player standing in the World Cup? Brazil's Roberto Firmino, perhaps?

As it transpired, Croatia's Dejan Lovren survived the longest. A 4-2 defeat against France in the final took some wind out of his sails, after an amusing but ill-timed self-assessment of his talents. 

His club manager Jurgen Klopp was also amused. He didn't exactly call Lovren the Miles Davis of own-trumpet-blowers, but it wasn't far off. He didn't disagree...

World Cup stock - Mbappe, Hazard, Lozano impress; Messi, Neymar, Salah down

The World Cup always offers players a chance to prove themselves on the biggest stage of all. Sometimes that even means a lucrative move to a bigger clubs afterwards (see Golden Boot winner James Rodriguez moving from Monaco to Real Madrid four years ago).

But which players' values will have gone up? And which have gone down after their exploits in Russia?

Here is a list of those whose stock has changed since the start of the World Cup.



Arguably the star of...

Manchester United fans won't miss Daley Blind too much

Ajax CEO and former Man United goalkeeper Edwin van der Sar gives his view on Daley Blind's return to the club.

Like Marouane Fellaini has become the representative of the David Moyes era at Manchester United, Daley Blind is as close as it comes to representing the Louis van Gaal phase, and there won't be many supporters who are sad to see another reminder of that time moving on.

Blind has re-signed for Ajax and United won't miss him, as he wasn't used enough to make an impact. But in a time of disarray, as United looked to steady the ship following the retirement of Sir Alex Ferguson and a disastrous...

 By David Usher

Liverpool must keep Daniel Sturridge to add depth as a No. 9

Steve Nicol explains why Xherdan Shaqiri's attitude worries him after the Swiss star completed a move to Liverpool from relegated Stoke City.

It is widely assumed that Liverpool will part company with Daniel Sturridge this summer and accept anything they can get for him just to remove his salary from the books. It is becoming increasingly clear that such a move would be a mistake, particularly with Danny Ings expected to move on any day now.

Sturridge has looked sharp so far in preseason and hasn't missed a session, though that should not really influence any decision on his future. Frankly, it means nothing. It is what others do...