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Trending: Antoine Griezmann rates Man United move, Conte wins award

Gab Marcotti discusses the latest on Antoine Griezmann and the role Alexandre Lacazette could play in his future at Atleti.
The FC panel discuss the futures of Diego Simeone and Antoine Griezmann and decide who would be easier to replace.
Kylian Mbappe has mastered the fake smile, Neymar copies Antoine Griezmann and plenty more in The Sweeper.

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

MAN UNITEDAntoine Griezmann has told French TV he has a "six" out of 10 chance of joining Manchester United this summer, though the striker also rated his odds of staying at Atletico Madrid slightly higher.

Manchester United have cancelled Jose Mourinho's scheduled Europa League final prematch news conference in Stockholm in the wake of the deadly explosion at the Manchester Arena on Monday evening.

United...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Premier League: Your club's season ... in a sentence

If you could sum up your team's Premier League campaign in one sentence, what would you say? Here's our at-a-glance verdict for each side in 2016-17.

Chelsea

Tottenham

Manchester City

Liverpool

Arsenal

Manchester United

Everton

Southampton

Bournemouth

West Brom

West Ham

Leicester

Stoke

Crystal Palace

Swansea

Burnley

Watford

Hull

Middlesbrough

Sunderland

That's the top line from each side's season -- but what else did we learn in the Premier League in 2016-17? ESPN FC's...

Arsenal keeping an eye on the future with pursuit of striker Henry Onyekuru

Janusz Michallik looks at Arsenal's forgettable season, and their need for determined players to aim higher next season.

Arsenal might have finally found the new Henry -- literally.

The Gunners have opened talks with Belgian club KAS Eupen for 19-year-old striker Henry Onyekuru, sources have told ESPN FC -- possibly hoping the Nigerian teenager will follow in the footsteps of Thierry Henry at the Emirates.

Onyekuru -- who wears "Henry" on the back of his shirt -- has emerged as one of the most exciting young prospects in Europe by becoming one of the leading scorers in Belgium with 24 goals and nine...

Arsenal can't afford to be snobs about Europa League football

The FC crew debate who has the most at stake in their respective finals: Manchester United or Arsenal?

Arsenal will reflect on what was a strange Premier League campaign and rue a period of the season which cost them the top four finish -- their safety net for so many years.

As sure as grass is green and water is wet, you could put your house on the Gunners finishing in the Champions League places. Some have pointed to the lack of preseason preparation, when they went into the opening weekend of 2016-17 short of central defenders and still in need of a striker, as the moment when the crucial points...

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What does the future hold for Slaven Bilic, Craig Shakespeare, Marco Silva?

The FC crew recall the defining moments that stuck out for them during the 2016-17 Premier League season.

The offseason can be dangerous territory for managers. Those who failed to hit their targets may find themselves with difficult questions to answer when meeting with club owners for a post-mortem, while others may be in demand from other clubs looking for a different approach from last season. There may be hirings and firings, changes of scenery or renewed commitment.

With that in mind, ESPN FC pinpoints five Premier League managers whose future is by no means certain.

Slaven Bilic

West Ham's...

 By Nick Miller

Harry Kane underrated but he's world-class and thriving under pressure

The ESPN FC crew discuss where Harry Kane ranks among the best strikers in the world.

Four players have retained the Premier League Golden Boot award: Alan Shearer, Thierry Henry, and Robin van Persie are the first three. They've got 602 English top flight goals between them and are regarded among the best to ever play in this country. Last Sunday, Harry Kane became the latest.

This season Kane (29) scored more goals than Middlesbrough (27). There were six hat tricks scored in the Premier League this season and Kane scored four of them. His goals were scored in 30 games, at a ratio...