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Kylian Mbappe, Christian Pulisic and Frenkie de Jong lead soccer's 30 best players under 21

It's 2019. Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo are the dominant forces in soccer, winning nearly every individual award and leading their clubs to title after title. Yet both are in the twilights of their careers, at 31 and 34 years old respectively, and previous heirs to the throne such as Neymar and Gareth Bale haven't come close to filling their boots.

It's the same story for a slew of defensive talent, as Vincent Kompany, Sergio Ramos, Gianluigi Buffon and Giorgio Chiellini are approaching...

Transfer window grades: Tracking every big signing from Europe's top clubs

Welcome to summer transfer window -- open on May 16 for the Premier League and a bit later in Europe. We are grading the most notable signings below from the top clubs across Europe, so come back throughout the month for updates as deals are completed.

The most recent grades and write-ups are at the top, and the first grade goes back to July 1 when the moves from the offseason are officially complete. Each day is in order of highest price.

If you don't see a grade for a deal that has been completed,...

The Premier League's title chase with Man City, Liverpool has been amazing. But are tight races a thing of the past?

None of this is supposed to happen anymore.

Liverpool and Manchester City have traded uppercuts for eight grueling months. Neither one has missed a punch, and now we're left with two of the best teams in Premier League history separated by just one point with just one game to go. It's the closest title race since Sergio AGUEROOOOOO's 94-minute winner against Queens Park Rangers on matchday 38 in 2012; it's also worth noting that both of this year's championship chasers surpassed that City side's...

PSG have an attitude problem and until it's fixed, they'll be kings of France but a laughingstock in Europe

Thomas Tuchel is trying to get PSG on track but lacks the support of his bosses and the respect of his squad.

It wasn't supposed to happen this way. At the start of January, PSG were looking forward to what promised to be a superb second half of the season. They had big ambitions and huge dreams, were still unbeaten domestically and had plenty of momentum in Europe. They were cruising and yet, in the space of four months, it all came crashing down. PSG are now in complete disarray, crippled by tensions inside the club and inside the dressing room. They're currently the laughingstock of European football.


Nicolas Pepe is the best in Ligue 1 after Kylian Mbappe. Will Lille's star head to the Premier League next?

Pepe's rise at Lille has pushed him to the top of many big clubs' summer transfer lists. Where will he go?

It's the million dollar question, and one that doesn't come up often in a player's career. But it's coming up right now for Nicolas Pepe and is fully deserved considering the incredible talent he is and the incredible season he's having. Back to the question: Where will Pepe play next season?

The only certainty we have is that he will leave Lille in the summer. He could have departed last August and could have gone to Lyon for €40 million, but he decided to stay one more season in the...

PSG's Africans finally secure the silverware: Africans Abroad review

Paris Saint-Germain were finally able to celebrate winning the French title on Sunday after LOSC Lille had been held by Toulouse earlier in the day, as their African contingent became the first winners of a major European league this season.

Thomas Tuchel's side could have clinched the title back on April 7, but a draw against Strasbourg coupled by subsequent defeats by nearest challengers Lille, a shocking 5-1 thumping, and Nantes delayed the coronation.

Ultimately, it was a Lille slip-up that...