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Columbus Crew's Zack Steffen will join Manchester City in record move for MLS goalkeeper

While Zack Steffen would be unlikely to play right away at Manchester City, Raf Honigstein explains why the move would make sense for the American.

Columbus Crew SC announced on Tuesday that goalkeeper Zack Steffen will join Manchester City during Major League Soccer's summer transfer window.

Steffen, 23, is expected to cost the Premier League title holders between £7 million and £10 million -- which would constitute a Crew and league record for a keeper -- with the deal set to be completed when MLS opens its secondary transfer window on July 9, 2019.

"This is a historic transaction for the club and a special moment for Zack Steffen...

Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola: Racism is everywhere, not just football

Peter Walton calls on his experience to describe how referees can combat racial abuse from fans after an incident involving Raheem Sterling.
Pep Guardiola and Leroy Sane come to the defense of Raheem Sterling, who has spoken out against media coverage that he says 'helps fuel racism.'
Liverpool's Jurgen Klopp feels Raheem Sterling's handling of alleged racial abuse shouted at him during Manchester City's loss to Chelsea was brilliant as the fans didn't not deserve any kind of reaction.

MANCHESTER, England -- Pep Guardiola has said "racism is everywhere" and is a problem across society not just in football, after Manchester City forward Raheem Sterling hit out at media coverage that he said "helps fuel racism." 

A police investigation is under way following an incident involving Sterling during City's 2-0 defeat at Stamford Bridge on Saturday that has seen Chelsea suspend four supporters from attending games "pending further investigations."

Sterling made a stand in an Instagram...

Galatasary have loan bid for Liverpool's Divock Origi turned down - source

With Liverpool on the brink of elimination, ESPN's Craig Burley expects fireworks at Anfield Stadium when the Reds take on Napoli for their final match of the UCL group stage.

Galatasaray have had an offer to sign Liverpool striker Divock Origi on loan turned down because the Premier League club want him to stay nearer England, a source has told ESPN FC.

Belgium international Origi, who scored a late winner in the Merseyside derby against Everton earlier this month, is likely to leave on loan after struggling for first-team opportunities.

Galatasaray were linked with the 23-year-old last summer and had hoped to bring him in next month. The source said they approached...

Chelsea ban four fans over alleged racial abuse of Manchester City's Raheem Sterling

Liverpool's Jurgen Klopp feels Raheem Sterling's handling of alleged racial abuse shouted at him during Manchester City's loss to Chelsea was brilliant as the fans didn't not deserve any kind of reaction.

LONDON -- Chelsea have announced they have suspended four supporters from attending games "pending further investigations" into alleged racial abuse suffered by Manchester City forward Raheem Sterling.

Video circulated on social media during Saturday's Premier League match between the clubs at Stamford Bridge that appeared to show a Chelsea fan directing a racial slur at Sterling as the England international retrieved the ball from the byline.

Condemnation of the incident was swift and widespread,...