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Man United prioritise Real Madrid's Kroos as key summer transfer target

ESPN FC's Craig Burley addresses rumours surrounding a potential Aguero-Hazard swap, moves for Memphis Depay, Julian Weigl and more.

Clubs are slowly turning their eyes toward the summer window, and Transfer Talk has the updates on all the latest rumours.

United make Kroos key summer target

We've already heard that Manchester United will boost their defence in the summer, and now it seems the midfield will get a makeover as well, with Toni Kroos the priority target.

The Independent reports that Jose Mourinho has made it clear that he needs to add a midfielder, with Kroos the man in his sights.

It adds that United "have a...

 By Rob Train

Marco Asensio's blistering form must force Zinedine Zidane to abandon the BBC

Zinedine Zidane lauded his two wide-men, Marco Asensio and Lucas Vazquez, after Real Madrid came out on top in a eight-goal thriller against Real Betis.
After trailing 2-1 at halftime, Marco Asensio and Real Madrid stormed back to a 5-3 win over Real Betis at the Benito Villamarin.
After trailing 2-1 at halftime, Marco Asensio and Real Madrid stormed back to a 5-3 win over Real Betis at the Benito Villamarin.

It was a small detail, one of those stats published as a bit of an afterthought on a Monday morning after a Real Madrid victory: Marco Asensio's second goal in the thriller in Seville was Real Madrid's 6,000th strike in La Liga, making the Spanish club the only one in Europe outside of five English sides to achieve the feat of 6,000 league goals.

One front page after Sunday night's eight-goal fiesta preferred to note that Cristiano Ronaldo now has a better goals-per-game ratio than his great rival...

 By David Mooney

Manchester City's complacency costs them in FA Cup defeat at Wigan

Nearly five years on from their FA Cup triumph, Wigan knocked out Manchester City yet again, this time ending the Premier League giants' hopes of a quadruple.
Pep Guardiola says he can't fault his players intentions on the pitch after 10-man Manchester City were knocked out of the FA Cup by League One side Wigan.

Manchester City lost a third consecutive FA Cup tie with Wigan, and it was the third time that the Latics deserved their win over the Premier League giants, too. There had to be an element of luck about the 1-0 scoreline, as the home side capitalised on a mistake from Kyle Walker to finish their only real chance of the match, but the visitors barely tested Christian Walton at the other end.

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Pep Guardiola will have to chalk that match up to experience because there was nothing to take...

Will Grigg, Wigan end Man City's quadruple hopes with shock cup win

Will Grigg and Wigan stunned Man City in Monday's 1-0 FA Cup fifth-round win.

WIGAN, England -- Three thoughts from Wigan's stunning 1-0 win over Premier League leaders Manchester City in the FA Cup fifth round.

1. City's run ended by Wigan

Manchester City's hopes of winning the quadruple have incredibly been ended by League One side Wigan Athletic, as Will Grigg stunned the visitors with a brilliant 79th-minute low drive that beat the outstretched hand of Claudio Bravo.

City had lost just once against English opposition all season: the 4-3 defeat at title rivals Liverpool....

 By Andy Mitten

Man United won't find anything easy against resilient and proud Sevilla

Check out the key stats and big stories before Sevilla and Manchester United square off in the last 16 of the Champions League.
Craig Burley and Ross Dyer go head to head in predicting the outcomes of Bayern-Besiktas, Chelsea-Barca, Sevilla-Man United and Shakhtar-Roma.
Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho discusses the issues he's facing in choosing his starting XI for the Champions League.

SEVILLE, Spain -- Sevilla's Sanchez Pizjuan stadium stands in the wealthy Nervion district of Spain's fourth biggest city of 700,000. It's a buzzy area of bars, restaurants and, on Monday, Manchester United chants from the early arrivals.

Seville's a football city, with a high percentage of match-going fans. Real Betis average 47,000 at home this season, Sevilla over 32,000 in their nearly 43,000 capacity ground. There are only a few tickets left for Wednesday's Champions League quarter-final...

 By Nayib Moran

America returns to the top of the Power Rankings, Leon drop again

Club America needed some late heroics to grab a point vs. Veracruz but remained unbeaten.

MEXICO CITY -- After a week that included midweek action, Pumas lost two consecutive games, while America remains the only unbeaten team in the Clausura. Monterrey suffered its second consecutive away loss and hasn't gotten a win since Week 5.

Although Pumas and Monterrey just went through a tough week, they remain among the league's top four in the Power Rankings. In recent times, Monterrey has experience being among the top four in the league, but will Pumas remain or fall out?

Here are the...