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ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Trending: VAR criticised at Confederations Cup, Portugal held

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

CONFEDERATIONS CUP: Portugal coach Fernando Santos was visibly angry on the sidelines as a goal in his team's Confederations Cup draw against Mexico on Sunday was ruled out by the video assistant referee (VAR).

- Marcotti: VAR in spotlight in as Chile beat Cameroon, while Chile coach Juan Antonio Pizzi says the system needs time.

- WATCH: VAR is confusing so far

- Hector Moreno snatched a stoppage-time equaliser as Mexico denied Portugal a late victory in a 2-2 Confederations Cup draw. Portugal captain Cristiano Ronaldo insists there is no reason to be alarmed by their opening draw.

- Late goals from Arturo Vidal and Eduardo Vargas saw Chile open their Confederations Cup campaign with a 2-0 win over Cameroon.

REAL MADRID: La Liga president Javier Tebas has defended Cristiano Ronaldo amid accusations of tax evasion and said the forward's potential departure from Real Madrid would be an "irreparable loss" for the league.

- Bayern Munich CEO Karl-Heinz Rummenigge has dismissed reports linking Cristiano Ronaldo with the Bundesliga champions as "completely unfounded," while suggesting the rumours "must be consigned to the realms of fantasy."

- Florentino Perez will remain as Real Madrid president for another four years after no other candidates stepped forward to run against him.

AC MILAN: Mino Raiola says AC Milan only have themselves to blame for Gianluigi Donnarumma's decision not to extend his contract with the club.

- Donnarumma won't be allowed to leave AC Milan this summer, club sporting director Massimiliano Mirabelli has confirmed.

BAYERN MUNICH:  Robert Lewandowski's agent has said Bayern Munich coach Carlo Ancelotti offered his client a lack of support in the race to finish ahead of Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang as Bundesliga top scorer.

- United States midfielder Christian Pulisic has no intention of becoming the next Borussia Dortmund star to switch allegiances and join Bundesliga rivals Bayern Munich.

JUVENTUS:  Sampdoria president Massimo Ferrero says he expects Patrik Schick to sign for Juventus this summer.

MAN CITY: Pep Guardiola wants to take former Barcelona defender Dani Alves to City, sources have told ESPN FC.

FIFA: Former president Sepp Blatter has told The Guardian that he does not agree with whistleblowing.

ARSENAL: Former Liverpool high performance manager Darren Burgess will join Arsenal in July, Australian Rules Football (AFL) club Port Adelaide have announced.

MAN UNITEDReal Sociedad president Jokin Aperribay has said they are one of several teams interested in signing Adnan Januazaj from Manchester United.

- United are interested in appointing former Sunderland boss Ricky Sbragia as their new under-23s manager, sources have told ESPN FC.

LIVERPOOL: Steven Gerrard says Liverpool only require "two or three" signings this summer in order to mount a serious Premier League title challenge next season.

TOTTENHAM: Bournemouth striker Joshua King has told the Daily Echo he hopes to be at the club next season, but he was "intrigued" by reports of interest from Tottenham.

MLS: Bradley Wright-Phillips scored two late goals and the New York Red Bulls beat the Philadelphia Union 2-0 on Sunday.

- PSV and Mexico midfielder Andres Guardado said on Sunday he is not on the brink of a move to Major League Soccer but admitted there have been approaches, following a report the 30-year-old had agreed a four-year deal to join Los Angeles FC.

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