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There's nothing new about Ronaldo sharing images of himself working out on Instagram, but one detail of his latest post got Man United fans talking.
Manchester City have set a new standard for getting transfer business done this summer that could be laying the ground for more years of dominance.
Borussia Dortmund ended eight points behind Bayern Munich in last season's Bundesliga. After a summer of change, how close will they get in 2022-23?
Gareth Bale used to escape the pressures of Madrid by vacationing in L.A. Now it's his home, and with LAFC, somewhere he can enjoy his soccer again.
Every team needs a top goal scorer like Lewandowski or Mbappe, but who else is most likely to hit the back of the net across Europe's top leagues?
USSF president Cindy Parlow Cone has told ESPN "a dark cloud has moved along" as equal pay was agreed with the men and women's national teams.
Erik ten Hag has told Anthony Martial he must "focus" if he wants to get back to his best at Manchester United.
Arsenal are hopeful of reaching an agreement to sign Manchester City's Oleksandr Zinchenko, sources have told ESPN.
Russia remains barred from Europe's leading football competitions including the Champions League after CAS rejected appeals.
Tottenham have agreed a £19 million deal with Middlesbrough to sign defender Djed Spence, sources have told ESPN.
England women's boss Sarina Wiegman has tested positive for COVID-19 and will miss Friday's European Championship match against Northern Ireland.
Christian Eriksen has completed his move to Manchester United on a three-year contract, the club announced on Friday.
After several setbacks, Ellen White is making up for lost time at Euro 2022. Now, she is on the verge of most goals scored by England senior player.
Barcelona have told Frenkie de Jong he must go to Old Trafford so new players can be brought to Camp Nou. Transfer Talk is LIVE with the latest.
With the transfer window open, what are some of the best who have flown under the radar?
It may have been a surprise move, but Rooney is back in D.C. He clearly cares for the club, but it will take time to get United back on track.
Italy needed to bounce back from a heavy opening defeat, but almost immediately trailed Iceland. Their comeback draw keeps their Euros hopes alive.