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Bullish Laporta says Barca want to keep De Jong

8:59 AM ETSam MarsdenMoises Llorens Barcelona president Joan Laporta has again said the club wish to keep Frenkie de Jong, despite continuing to negotiate his possible departure with Manchester United. ESPN reported last week that Barca and United had reached an agreement over a transfer worth an initial €65 million rising to

Mexico’s hopes for Women’s World Cup spot look shaky after CONCACAF W loss. Can El Tri Feminil get back on track?

7:05 PM ETCesar Hernandez Mexico's hopes for a 2023 World Cup spot have already gone awry at the CONCACAF W Championship. Can defender Kenti Robles and coach Monica Vergara right the ship? Alfredo Lopez/Jam Media/Getty Images Initially seen as among the favorites to earn one of the four direct tickets to the 2023

Man City sign Arminia Bielefeld GK Ortega

5:00 AM ETRob DawsonCorrespondent Stefan Ortega made 220 appearances during two spells at Arminia Bielefeld. Joosep Martinson/Getty Images Manchester City have confirmed the signing of goalkeeper Stefan Ortega. The German, 29, has agreed a three-year deal at the Etihad Stadium following the expiry of his contract at Arminia Bielefeld. - ESPN's Notebook: The inside

Three Boca fans jailed after racist incidents

7:41 PM ET Three Boca Juniors fans were arrested for racist insults during their Copa Libertadores match against Corinthians on Tuesday. Getty Images Three supporters of Argentine side Boca Juniors were arrested for making racist insults after their 0-0 draw away to Brazil's Corinthians in the Copa Libertadores, the Public Security Department of

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