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Wednesday's latest stories from the world of football in ESPN FC's What's Trending...
- Toronto FC won its second straight Canadian Championship on Tuesday as Sebastian Giovinco scored deep into stoppage time to secure a 2-1 win over the Montreal Impact.
- Kaka, David Villa, Bastian Schweinsteiger, Michael Bradley, Tim Howard and Sebastian Giovinco are all set to feature in the fan-chosen MLS All-Stars side that will face Real Madrid in Chicago on Aug. 2.
LIVERPOOL: Hillsborough match commander David Duckenfield, former chief constable Sir Norman Bettison and four other individuals have been charged with offences relating to the Hillsborough disaster, the Crown Prosecution Service has said.
- Reported Liverpool target Naby Keita has told German newspaper Welt he loves Leipzig, whose football team he helped to second place in the Bundesliga last season.
- Manchester United are set to sign Northern Ireland under-17 captain Ethan Galbraith.
- The future of Wayne Rooney should be resolved before Manchester United leave for their preseason tour on July 9 to avoid creating "voids for speculation," according to his former captain Gary Neville.
- Bayer Leverkusen striker Javier "Chicharito" Hernandez says Mexico can find ways to give Germany trouble in a Confederations Cup semifinal on Thursday.
SERIE A: Roma legend Francesco Totti is wanted by Japanese club Tokyo Verdy, a spokesman for the club has confirmed.
FIFA: The United States' effort to host the 2022 World Cup was found to have generally followed FIFA's bidding rules, according to the Garcia report on corruption that was released by FIFA on Tuesday.
- The Garcia report into corruption in FIFA said the England 2018 World Cup bid team was found to have "accommodated or at least attempted to satisfy the improper request" of executive committee members, including former FIFA vice-president Jack Warner.
- Australian soccer bosses say they won't make the same mistakes again after a report detailed evidence of the nation making improper payments in its failed 2022 World Cup bid.
- Atletico Madrid president Enrique Cerezo has said conversations were held with Zlatan Ibrahimovic's representatives but the club would not pursue the opportunity of signing him.
REAL MADRID: Real Madrid president Florentino Perez has told "El Primer Palo" that no negotiations have taken place with Manchester United about Alvaro Morata, although he suggested he is aware that the striker's representatives have been speaking with the Premier League club.
Perez added that there is "no reason to get too concerned" about Cristiano Ronaldo exiting the Santiago Bernabeu this summer and suggested it may be too soon to make a move for Monaco's Kylian Mbappe.
BARCELONA: Barcelona president Josep Maria Bartomeu is confident that the club will be significantly strengthened this summer but failed to comment on their reported interest in Paris Saint-Germain midfielder Marco Verratti.
- Hector Bellerin has refused to discuss his future at Arsenal despite being linked to former club Barcelona.
- Lyon signed striker Bertrand Traore to a five-year deal from Chelsea for €10 million, the club announced.
BAYERN MUNICH: Bayern Munich winger Kingsley Coman was taken into police custody on Monday and questioned over allegations of domestic violence against his former girlfriend, according to multiple reports in France.
- Ever Banega is returning to Sevilla after one season away with Inter Milan, both clubs announced on Tuesday.
LIGUE 1: Agent Jorge Mendes told a Spanish court he has no role in his clients' tax affairs as he gave evidence to a judge investigating a potential €5.6 million fraud during Radamel Falcao's time at Atletico Madrid.
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