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ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Phil Jones and Chris Smalling may leave Manchester United this summer

The ESPN FC crew react to reports suggesting Spain international and Real Madrid captain Iker Casillas is in talks to leave the club.
Phil Jones, left, and Chris Smalling have been at the heart of a Man United defensive resurgence.

As the summer window draws ever closer, the transfer rumours and gossip continue to spread...

Man United losing defensive duo?

With recent impressive victories over Tottenham at Old Trafford and Liverpool at Anfield, it seems things had finally started to click for Louis van Gaal and Manchester United.

Now the Daily Mail reports that two players who've been part and parcel to United finding that groove may be headed for the exits this summer.

Besides improving on the field of late,...

 By Kevin Palmer

Harry Kane: England debut goal dream come true, best moment of my career

Harry Kane and Raheem Sterling scored their first international goal for England as the Three Lions earned a 4-0 win against Lithuania and remain perfect in Group E.

Harry Kane declared his debut international goal as the greatest moment of his fledgling career, as he scored just 80 seconds after coming off the bench in a Euro 2016 qualifier that saw England beat Lithuania 4-0 at Wembley.

England manager Roy Hodgson resisted the temptation to start with Kane, who is the Premier League's joint leading scorer after a hugely impressive breakthrough season with Tottenham.

After Wayne Rooney, Danny Welbeck and Raheem Sterling secured England a comfortable lead, Hodgson...

 By PA Sport

Roy Hodgson, Tottenham hash out Harry's Kane's summer plans

The ESPN FC crew react to Harry Kane's performance with Tottenham and debate whether he can keep his current football level.

Roy Hodgson insists he would be happy for Harry Kane to play in two post-season friendlies this summer as the tension between Tottenham boss Mauricio Pochettino and the England manager appeared to ease on Thursday.

Hodgson hit out at Spurs last week for committing to take Kane on a post-season trek to Australia for friendly against Sydney FC on May 30.

Pochettino has voiced his reservations about the striker suffering from burn out, so the England manager suggested the Tottenham boss would be better...