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Europeo of the week: Hirving Lozano

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Transfer Talk: Juventus confirm Aaron Ramsey signing ahead of summer switch

Paul Mariner shares some insight on Mauricio Pochettino's chances of ending up at Real Madrid, and if it would be a good fit for the Argentine.

The transfer window for Europe's biggest clubs is closed, but click here for all the deals and keep track of who has joined the big boys. And Transfer Talk will continue to scour the world's media and set correspondents loose to see what's on the agenda for the summer.

TOP STORY: Ramsey signs Juve pre-contract

Juventus have got their man, with the club confirmed the signing of Arsenal midfielder Aaron Ramsey, who will arrive this summer on a free transfer.

"Free" is a relative term, however,...

Raul Jimenez has eclipsed Javier Hernandez as Mexico's top striker

Raúl Jiménez scored two goals in Wolverhampton Wanderers demolition of a West Ham side that failed to register a shot on target.

Finding himself chasing a 1-0 deficit away from home against Wolves, West Ham manager Manuel Pellegrini called upon a familiar backup plan in the 77th minute of Tuesday night's match: Javier "Chicharito" Hernandez.

Once widely recognized as a "super-sub" in his heroic Manchester United past, the Mexican is no stranger to stepping up as a late game-changer. The 30-year-old's knack for finishing is surpassed only by that of his incredible positioning, making him a lethal and efficient option in the...

Mexicans abroad: Hirving Lozano wins Europeo of the Week following two-goal heroics for PSV

Hirving Lozano won't be at PSV for much longer than this season if he continues to play so well in all competitions.

More than ever before, some of the top names in Mexican soccer are playing for clubs abroad. With several key figures playing week in and week out in a number of top European leagues, keeping track of all the high-profile stars can at times be daunting.

In order to help keep tabs on those across the Atlantic, we've created a weekly award that will be given to the most outstanding player. Along with a few honorable mentions --- and a "dishonorable mention" prize --- here are the noteworthy performances...

Weekend numbers: Ronaldo's missed 50, flying Reds and another PogBrace

The FC crew answer your tweets on the length of Unai Emery's honeymoon at Arsenal, Neil Warnock's success at Cardiff, New Year's resolutions and more.
Manchester City beat Southampton to end their losing run, but Shaka Hislop and Steve Nicol examine why teams are no longer afraid of the champions.
Stewart Robson and Peter Walton discuss the big refereeing decisions from the weekend's football action.
After Manchester City's win at Southampton, Steve Nicol says the returns of David Silva and Sergio Aguero will help steady the reigning champions.
ESPN take a look back at a year Paul Pogba will never forget.

Liverpool ended the year with a 5-1 thrashing of Arsenal, while Manchester United continued their impressive start under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, brushing aside Bournemouth 4-1. Over in Italy, Juventus entered the winter after a VAR-controversy fueled 2-1 win over Sampdoria thanks to a brace from... who else, Cristiano Ronaldo. 

Here, then, are the best of the numbers from the last bit of footballing action in 2018.


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Roberto Firmino's hat trick is the sixth in fixtures between Liverpool and Arsenal...

Salah's return to top form is key to Liverpool's growing Premier League title hopes

Liverpool impressed yet again with a comfortable win over Wolves at Molineux, extending their lead to four points at the top of the Premier League table.

It was Liverpool manager Bill Shankly who claimed that "form is temporary and class is permanent," but it is a statement that could have been dreamed up by Jurgen Klopp to describe Mohamed Salah.

The Liverpool forward has not had a bad season at Anfield by any means, but he was so exceptionally good during his first campaign at the club, in 2017-18, that he was always going to be measured to an impossible standard this time around. That has proven to be the case. Nobody has been talking up Salah's...

Marcos Alonso, Chelsea punished twice by Wolves for falling asleep at the back

WOLVERHAMPTON, England -- Three points from the Molineux Stadium on Wolves' 2-1 win over Chelsea in the Premier League.

1. Chelsea collapse after half-time

As his side collapsed in a mad four second-half minutes, Maurizio Sarri bowed his head and crossed his arms, as if silently wondering what has become of the team that went deep into November before losing a Premier League game.

In truth, Sarri has been warning about this for a while, like those scientists who have been telling everybody...