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Jimenez' big chance to pass Chicharito

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Things change in the blink of an eye in football. The Football Whispers Index takes the latest transfer rumours and gives them a score out of five; the higher the score, the more realistic and reliable the Whisper.

Here are today's top five emerging whispers. And keep an eye on Transfer Talk for all the latest gossip.

Gary Cahill to AC Milan

Milan's injury issues in defence could open the door for a shock move to the San Siro for out-of-favour Chelsea centre-back Cahill. The former England...

Transfer Talk: Man United and Barcelona battle for Ronaldo... Camara

Gab Marcotti cites Arsene Wenger's rocky relationship with Ivan Gazidis as a primary reason why he's unlikely to take over at Milan.
The FC crew answer your tweets on what constitutes a bad day at work, if Alvaro Morata or Romelu Lukaku will score more goals this season and more.

The transfer window for all of Europe's big five leagues is closed, but that doesn't stop Transfer Talk from rummaging around to find out who will be moving where come January.

TOP STORY: Man United and Barcelona battle for Ronaldo... Camara

When your name is Ronaldo and you are Portuguese, it's fair to say there's going to be a fair amount of pressure on your shoulders as a young player.

So it's no surprise that Benfica's 15-year-old star Ronaldo Camara is attracting attention from Man...

How Bernardo Silva went from 'Messizinho' to one of Manchester City's best players

As a youngster coming through the ranks at Benfica, Bernardo Silva had two nicknames. One was rather more generous than the other, but both captured something about him and they still do now.

The first was "O Messizinho do Seixal" (Seixal being the neighbourhood were Benfica's academy is based) -- Messizinho meaning "Little Messi" because of similarities between the two players in style.

Indeed, from the moment he first turned up for a trial, Bernardo was a sensation, capable of producing...

Paraguay World Cup great Carlos Gamarra, 47, could come out of retirement

Former Paraguay international Carlos Gamarra could make a sensational return to football at the age of 47 -- 11 years after announcing his retirement.

Gamarra -- who won 110 caps for Paraguay and was named in FIFA's Team of the Tournament at the 1998 World Cup -- played for Benfica, Atletico Madrid and Inter Milan as well as various teams in Brazil and Argentina in a career which spanned from 1991 to 2007.

Rubio Nu technical director Juan Sosa believes the Copa Paraguaya has been "devalued" and...

Raul Jimenez has a big chance to pass Javier Hernandez as Mexico No. 9

LAFC and Mexico forward Carlos Vela sits down with ESPN's Max Bretos to describe his relationship with Juan Carlos Osorio.

At the moment, there is no doubt that Javier "Chicharito" Hernandez is Mexico's No.1 striker. With an outstanding total of 50 goals collected for El Tri, no other player in the history of the national team has found the back of the net more often than the 30-year-old.

Hernandez's significance was also made quite clear in the recent World Cup. In Russia this summer, Chicharito was unsurprisingly given the start in all four of Mexico's matches. Few players in the current roster rotation, if any,...

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Mexico's Raul Jimenez remains upbeat, confident despite lack of playing time for club and country

Raul Jimenez recognizes that he's been fortunate in his career to be around teams that know how to win -- from Mexico's gold-medal-winning squad at the 2012 London Olympics, to the Club America system that brought him up, to Portuguese side Benfica and its accomplishments during his tenure there.

The trophies with those teams seem like enough of a resume at any age, especially 27, but minutes have been hard to come by for the Mexican striker in Europe.

In an interview with ESPN's David Faitelson,...