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Trending: LAFC close on deal for Sneijder


Dejan Lovren takes a dive

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Transfer Rater: Walcott to West Ham

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

OnScene: ESPN FC's Confederations Cup updates from Russia - Semifinals

Mark Ogden discusses the uncertainties surrounding stadiums such as Fisht Stadium in Sochi ahead of the 2018 World Cup.

ESPN FC is "OnScene" in Russia for the Confederations Cup. 

We're down to the final four, with the semifinals beginning on Wednesday when Portugal meet Chile in Kazan. The following day, Sochi hosts Germany vs. Mexico. 

Stay in touch with everything our correspondents have been getting up to.


Semifinal: Portugal vs. Chile (Kazan, 7 p.m. BST/2 p.m. ET)

Jonas Hector on Germany's U21 semi vs. England ending as expected

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Trending: LAFC close on deal for Sneijder; six face Hillsborough charges

Ricky Bobby, Frank the Tank and even Gene Frenkle will all have special roles once LAFC gets up and running.

Wednesday's latest stories from the world of football in ESPN FC's What's Trending...

MLS: Los Angeles FC, the expansion team due to enter the MLS in 2018, is close to agreeing a two-year deal for Wesley Sneijder to become its first Designated Player, sources have told ESPN FC.

- Toronto FC won its second straight Canadian Championship on Tuesday as Sebastian Giovinco scored deep into stoppage time to secure a 2-1 win over the Montreal Impact.

LIVERPOOL: Hillsborough match commander David...

John Brewin profile picture  By John Brewin

Giroud, Sturridge, Fabregas and Smalling may be big Prem movers

The ESPN FC crew debate which transfer saga is the most annoying.

There comes a time when a player's number is up at his club. ESPN FC highlights six Premier League players looking to pastures new to further their careers.

Theo Walcott (Arsenal, 28, forward)

After so many years of potential, and rarely managing to win the central role he craves, Walcott would be a victim of Arsene Wenger needing to make changes to mitigate the two-year extension he signed in May. 

Once Wenger converted to the 3-4-3 that delivered the FA Cup, Walcott became an odd man out,...

Italy fall to familiar foe Spain at U21 Euros but there is hope for the future

Atletico Madrid's Saul scored a hat-trick to down Italy and set up a meeting with Germany in the final on Friday.
UEFA EURO U-21: Saul Niguez (74') Spain 3-1 Italy

England fans weren't the only ones to feel like they've been here before as they watched their team bow out of the Under-21 European Championship on penalties to Germany. Italy's U21s also saw an all too familiar and unwelcome story unfold before their eyes when they lost 3-1 to Spain later on Tuesday evening.

Ever since the Euro 2008 quarterfinal in Vienna, Italy have had to get used to losing to Spain over the past decade. Last summer's 2-0 win in the round-of-16 at Euro 2016 was the exception...

 By Chris Wright

Real Madrid star Gareth Bale shows off awesome golf trick shot

A million miles away from the hustle and bustle of Real Madrid, Gareth Bale has been soaking up the sun at the Bakers Bay luxury golf resort in the Bahamas. 

Looking like a man in his element, the Welsh forward demonstrated his mastery of the golf trick-shot by teeing off on the half-volley.

Bale also made sure to tag professional golfers Rickie Fowler, Justin Thomas, Jordan Speith and Smylie Kaufman into his video, just to show them his skills.

It's a tough life, this professional footballer...

Stars of the U-17 World Cup over the years

The 2017 FIFA Under-17 World Cup in India begins in exactly 100 days, and is the biggest platform for young players to make themselves heard.

Several players who first made a mark in the Under-17 World Cup went on enjoy illustrious careers in the sport, winning the biggest trophies and accolades for club and country. Here are 11 of the best.

1. Xavi Hernandez

Where he began:

The 1997 Under-17 World Cup in Egypt, with Spain running out 3-2 winners against Mexico.

Xavi during the 2010 World Cup
Xavi Hernandez

What happened next:

Xavi did not...