Phil Foden Is The Most Valuable Player In Europe, According To CIES

Manchester City midfielder Phil Foden is now Europe's most expensive player to buy, according to the CIES Football Observatory, which recently published its latest ranking of players in Europe's big five leagues with the highest estimated transfer value. How much would someone who wanted Foden have to put up? $232 million.

De Netflix A Los Viernes Botaneros: Club De Cuervos A Un Paso De Jugar En La Liga MX

No sé qué tipo de señales son estas, pero hay un montón de cosas extrañas y casi inverosímiles ocurriendo en la Liga MX. Cruz Azul salió campeón, Mesut Özil es dueño del Necaxa y ahora dicen que Club de Cuervos, la serie/telenovela de Netflix tendrá un equipo de verdad compitiendo en la división de honor del fútbol mexicano.

Si bien todavía no hay timbres ni anuncios oficiales, el feeling en los medios mexicanos es que estamos frente a una realidad inevitable.

Carlo Ancelotti Returns To Where His Heart Lies: Real Madrid

MADRID — Carlo Ancelotti returned to Real Madrid for a second spell as coach on Tuesday, re-joining the club from Everton, after agreeing a three-year deal at the Bernabeu.

The Italian was previously in charge of Real between 2013 and 2015, and replaces Zinedine Zidane, who left the La Liga club last month.

David Beckham’s Inter Miami Slammed With MLS-Record Fine For Cheating Salary Rules

Major League Soccer levied a $2 million fine on Inter Miami on Friday after an investigation found that the second-year team violated the league's salary budget and roster regulations.

MLS also fined Miami managing owner Jorge Mas $250,000 and suspended former sporting director Paul McDonough through the end of the 2022 season. McDonough was fired by Atlanta United on Friday.

Big Changes (Might) Be Coming To Champions League Rules

With the 2021 Champions League Final between Manchester City and Chelsea on Saturday, this week has been full of conjecture over the future of the competition. While the Super League appears to have (mostly) died down, a few fairly major changes to Champions League rules could be on the cards, including away goals, substitutions and a “Final Four.”

Nike Finally Explains Alarming Reason It Ended Neymar Relationship Last Year

Nike Inc said on Thursday it ended its partnership with Brazilian soccer star Neymar last year because he refused to cooperate in an investigation into sexual assault allegations leveled against him by a Nike employee.

Neymar, who currently plays for Paris St. Germain, denies the allegations, his spokeswoman said in a statement.

The world's largest sportswear maker said in a statement it viewed the allegations about an incident in 2016 as "credible" but also said an independent investigation it commissioned was inconclusive.

New Balance Drops Signature Raheem Sterling Cleats After Announcing Multi-Year Deal

No footwear brand has been making waves like New Balance over the past year. Sadio Mané’s FURON V6+ boots ran the spring game, Rose Lavelle’s signature Tekela cleats were pure artistry and now the company is riding with Raheem Sterling, who officially made the switch to New Balance after his contract with Nike came to an end.

MLS Designated Players 2021: Complete List For All 27 Clubs

The year that was 2020 disrupted a lot of the financial models for Major League Soccer and resulted in a new Collective Bargaining Agreement ratified back in February, but the 26th season of MLS is now underway while looking largely similar to previous editions, particularly with regards to the MLS Designated Players list 2021.

The Columbus Crew Rebrands Into A Hockey Stick Manufacturer

After embarrassing me by losing 5-2 on aggregate to Monterrey in the Champions League, the Columbus Crew has rightfully decided to rebrand itself as a hockey stick manufacturer. The 2020 MLS Cup champion will säkər no more, instead turning its collective efforts to providing Sidney Crosby with the finest of lumber. 

The New Columbus Logo