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 By Nick Miller

Will England shake their inferiority complex? Can Asensio be stopped?

Relive the top finishes from the European Under-21 Championship so far.

With the semifinals of the European Under-21 Championship set to kick off on Tuesday, Nick Miller highlights the stories to keep an eye on as England, Germany, Spain and Italy look to book a place in Friday's final in Krakow.

Can England shake their inferiority complex?

Of course it doesn't mean anything in reality, but it does raise a smile that England's European Under-21 Championship semifinal against Germany will take place a year to the day after the senior side were humiliated by Iceland....

 By Andy Mitten

Among Man United's many captaincy options, Pogba's credentials stands out

Alejandro Moreno says the time has come for Paul Pogba to become a leader at Manchester United.

Wayne Rooney has been an accomplished captain for Manchester United but, given he seldom plays and has a future that is set to be away from Old Trafford, he's obviously no longer the right man for the job.

There's little room for sentiment in football and United need to be looking forward with the right skipper. The role is often given to a senior player, which Rooney had become when he was made captain by Louis van Gaal in 2014.

Of the other most senior players, Michael Carrick is 35 and unlikely...

Javier Ribalta, Juve's best-kept secret, is now Man Utd's not-so-secret weapon

Stevie Nicol feels Man United should do their best to sign Alvaro Morata, Jordi Alba and Fabinho to bolster their squad.

Last summer, Juventus sold the world's most expensive footballer and still went on to win a sixth Serie A title in a row and reach the Champions League final. Having paid around £800,000 in compensation for Paul Pogba in 2012, Juventus sold the midfielder back to Manchester United for £89.3 million. The money was reinvested, almost all of it shrewdly, and the Italian giants carried on winning as if nothing had changed.

It was a team effort but many of the plaudits went to a Spaniard...

Wanyama gets street in Tanzania named after him -- for one day

Tottenham midfielder Victor Wanyama had a street named after him in Tanzania for one day.

Tottenham and Kenya midfielder Victor Wanyama had a street in Tanzania named after him, but the honour was short lived after authorities removed the sign after just one day.

On Saturday, Wanyama -- who is on holiday in Tanzania, which borders Kenya -- was present at a ceremony to rename a street in his honour in Dar es Salaam on Sunday.

But the following day, pictures emerged of the sign being taken away and a statement from the local Ubungo council said procedures to rename a street had not...

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Trending: United close in on Nemanja Matic as Chelsea plot £100m deals

Alexis Nunes and Shaka Hislop sift through rumours such as Matic to Man United, Bakayoko to Chelsea and more.

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

MAN UNITED: Manchester United are closing in on a deal for Chelsea midfielder Nemanja Matic and could sign the Serbia international before the end of the week, sources have told ESPN FC. 

- Paul Pogba has told Telefoot he would not mind if close friend Antoine Griezmann moved to Manchester City, so long as it made him happy.

CHELSEA: With Matic set to leave, the Premier League champions will reportedly move...

 By Jason Davis

Toronto, Chicago and SKC continue runs atop MLS Power Rankings

NYCFC picked up just their second ever win in the Hudson River Derby with a 2-0 victory at Red Bull Arena.

It's mostly "as you were" for the Power Rankings this week. Toronto FC maintained the top spot with a gritty win, while Chicago and Sporting Kansas City kept pace with impressive victories of their own.

1. Toronto FC (no change): Two-day turnaround off a Canadian Cup match proved to be no problem for the best team in MLS in a comprehensive 2-0 win over New England.

2. Chicago Fire (no change): Chicago's 4-0 destruction of Orlando is the latest evidence that the Fire project has produced an MLS contender.