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 By Musa Okwonga

Manchester United need Willian: He is the perfect Jose Mourinho player

ESPN FC's Shaka Hislop feels Willian's future is dependent upon who is in charge of Chelsea next season.
Willian reiterates his frustrations at Chelsea after being left on the bench on numerous occasions.
Steve Nicol explains why Fred is a great addition to Manchester United's midfield and why the club were smart to seal the move before the World Cup.
Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho used his footballing expertise to predict the outcome of the World Cup group stages.

Recent reports have suggested that Manchester United are looking to add not one Brazilian midfielder to their ranks, but two. Much has been written about Fred, acquired from Shakhtar Donetsk, but Chelsea's Willian could prove an even more versatile signing. It is unclear why Chelsea would contemplate letting him go, but if United have a chance to buy him they should take it.

Willian is the perfect Jose Mourinho player: in the sense that he is tactically intelligent, works extremely hard in defence...

 By David Usher

Liverpool's World Cup contingent experiencing mixed results in Russia

After Russia's big win over Egypt, the FC crew assess what's going right for the hosts and reflect on Egypt's choice to rest Mo Salah vs. Uruguay.

Liverpool have eight players competing at the World Cup, but if Jurgen Klopp has his way, it could be 11 by the time the summer ends. Nabil Fekir (France), Xherdan Shaqiri (Switzerland) and goalkeeper Alisson Becker (Brazil) are all reported targets, while England pair Jack Butland and Nick Pope have both been mentioned as possible alternatives to Alisson.

The representatives Liverpool do have in Russia, though, have had a mixed time of it so far.

Dejan Lovren wasted no time in introducing himself...

Bernd Leno expected to be Petr Cech understudy at Arsenal after Emery's gamble

Former Arsenal midfielder Stewart Robson shares his thoughts on how Sampdoria's Lucas Torreira would fit in at the Emirates.

Next season, Arsenal will have a new No.1. Unfortunately for new signing Bernd Leno, it's not him. After three years wearing the No.33 shirt, Petr Cech has finally assumed the prestigious squad number. While it's difficult and dangerous to read too much into such cosmetic changes, there is real reason to believe that Cech will resist Leno's challenge to start the season as Unai Emery's first-choice.

This has been such a remarkable summer of change at Arsenal that sometimes it feels difficult to...

 By Tom Adams

Jack Wilshere embodied Arsenal's past and never fulfilled his obvious potential

The ESPN FC guys answer your tweets on whether Colombia or Germany has more reason to panic, Jack Wilshere's next club and more.

In March 2011, just weeks after a spellbinding performance which saw him dance around and through Barcelona's historic pairing of Xavi and Andres Iniesta, then-boss Pep Guardiola tried to puncture the hype around Arsenal's 19-year-old Jack Wilshere. "We have many players in the second team like him," he said.

That sounded ridiculous to the ears of Arsenal fans. Wilshere wasn't lower-league Spanish midfield fodder; he was a one-of-a-kind phenomenon, the future of English football. Over the years,...

Bernd Leno: Arsenal's new goalkeeper takes inspiration from Iker Casillas

The FC guys answer your tweets on Arsenal's next No. 1 goalkeeper, what a 48-team World Cup will be like, Antoine Griezmann's decision and more.
Former Arsenal midfielder Stewart Robson shares his thoughts on how Sampdoria's Lucas Torreira would fit in at the Emirates.
Former Arsenal and Manchester CIty defender Bacary Sagna speaks on France World Cup hope and Wenger's future.

Bernd Leno has signed for Arsenal, becoming the second new arrival of Unai Emery's management after Stephan Lichtsteiner.

The 26-year-old left Bayer Leverkusen to join the Emirates, where he is expected to battle for the No. 1 jersey with veteran Petr Cech.

But who is Leno, the goalkeeper who missed out on the 2018 World Cup and only has won six caps for Germany? Here are five things you must know:

He came through the Stuttgart academy

Born to immigrants from Belarus in 1992, Leno played for...

 By Andy Mitten

Many of Manchester United's stars are proving their worth at the World Cup

Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho thinks England have the quality and experience to win the World Cup.
England forward Marcus Rashford tells Mark Ogden that playing less for Manchester United in 2018 has left him feeling fresh heading to Russia.

"What a feeling!" tweeted Marcus Rashford after making his World Cup debut, when he came on as a 68th-minute substitute in England's 2-1 win against Tunisia. He did well enough to be optimistic of a start against Panama in the next game.

"Proud day," added older brother Dwaine, "this journey started 14 years ago and today we get the fruits of our labour. Well done Marcus."

"Last night was one the proudest moments of my life," tweeted the tireless, if profligate, Jesse Lingard. "England's number...