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Transfer Rater: Talisca to Manchester United

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Transfer Talk: Tottenham optimistic over Martial move, Lewandowski to Chelsea?

DFB Pokal Final: Robert Lewandowski (53') Bayern 1-1 Eintracht Frankfurt
With former Bayern Munich stars lining up to criticise Robert Lewandowski's impact, the FC crew assess whether such comments are necessary.
The FC crew examine Poland's outlook for the 2018 World Cup and whether they will be hindered by over-reliance on Robert Lewandowski.

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TOP STORY: Tottenham optimistic over Martial move

Manchester United forward Anthony Martial's departure from Old Trafford looks increasingly likely and Spurs are a potential destination, according to the London Evening Standard.

It says Spurs boss Mauricio Pochettino wants "a forward who can also play on the wing or at No. 10," and France...

Chelsea would get better of Willian-Anthony Martial swap deal with Man United

LONDON -- As he stood on the Wembley touchline, waiting to replace Eden Hazard in the 91st minute of the FA Cup final, Chelsea forward Willian felt a friendly pat from a manager he likes and trusts.

But it wasn't his own, Antonio Conte. Amid the disappointment of watching Manchester United drifting towards defeat, Jose Mourinho's hand had still found the Brazilian's shoulder. Conte stood a few yards away, oblivious and uncaring, his attention fully trained on the pitch.

It was a surreal moment that...

 By Andy Mitten

Manchester United and football need a break from each other

Alejandro Moreno and Shaka Hislop question Jose Mourinho's positive outlook after Man United's loss to Chelsea in the FA Cup final.
Ander Herrera maintains that Man United were "the better team by far" in the FA Cup final, and feels the club is still headed in the right direction.
Jose Mourinho admits he's sad to finish the season without silverware, but feels his team were the best team in the FA Cup.

Before Saturday's FA Cup final against Chelsea, the Manchester United world was briefly at peace in northwest London as fans packed pubs in the sun and sang songs about going to Wembley.

Ahead of Monday's 10th anniversary, they talked of the 2008 European Cup win in Moscow, of epic journeys to Russia undertaken with the optimism of youth and despite chaotic airports, of whether a single current United player would have got into that 2008 side, of John Terry's slip and a third European Cup.