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Could Cesc Fabregas be on his way out of Stamford Bridge?

With clubs back in pre-season training and players returning from the World Cup, transfer negotiations throughout Europe are intensifying and the rumour mill is spinning once again.

Our friends at Football Whispers have scoured the European media market to pick out the best stories from across the continent.

Victor Lindelof could be leaving Man Utd this summer

A Man Utd defender could be on his way out on loan as we round up the latest transfer rumours on Wednesday, July 11.

Manchester United defender Victor Lindelof is wanted by a number of clubs on loan, including former side Benfica, according to The Sun.

biggest rivals in modern football history

 

Big sporting events like the World Cup are supposed to bring people together in support of their favourite teams and players, but for one Russian couple married for 14 years, the 2018 World Cup was the reason for divorce.

40-year-old Arsen and his 37-year-old wife, Ludmyla, are both big football fans. In fact, they met in a Chelyabinsk sports bar during the 2002 World Cup, and they bonded over their mutual passion for the sport.

Wilshere, who has been capped 34 times by England and is a boyhood Hammers fan, said upon the completion of his move

The midfielder has agreed a three-year deal at the London Stadium, joining his boyhood club from local rivals Arsenal
 

West Ham have signed Jack Wilshere on a free transfer, the club have confirmed.

The 19-year-old Paris Saint-Germain hitman has enjoyed a significant rise to prominence during the tournament

Samuel Umtiti, N’Golo Kante and Benjamin Pavard were also absent from the field but are expected to be able to play without any trouble
 

France attacker Kylian Mbappe will be fit to take his place in the starting XI for his country when they tackle Belgium in Tuesday’s World Cup semi-final, despite missing Monday’s training session.

England midfielder Jesse Lingard is finally beginning to receive the appreciation that he deserves, writes Adam Bate.

Following his strong performances at the World Cup, England midfielder Jesse Lingard is finally beginning to receive the appreciation that he deserves, writes Adam Bate.

When thinking of Jesse Lingard, it is an interview with Manchester United's long-serving youth coach Tony Whelan that comes to mind. Ostensibly speaking to him about Scott McTominay's emergence at Old Trafford, time and again Whelan's reference point was the man he describes as one of the best players he has had the privilege to coach.

"He had issues with his size," Whelan told Sky Sports. "But it goes to show that if you are patient and there is two-way trust, anything can be achieved. Some boys get written off because they have an injury or they are too small but what you can never account for us is a boy's spirit and what is in his heart. That is the great intangible."

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