Smaller leagues and smaller teams beware, China is making moves to become the top choice for second-choice players, and it could change world soccer significantly.
Chicharito would be a great addition for Liverpool over the summer, but what does Little Pea have to gain by it?
Premier League fans should hope the Mourinho to Manchester rumors prove true. It would turn the city into the center of the sport for years to come.
For all the passion and promise of the Jurgen Klopp era, there's been little proof that Klopp can actually turn Liverpool into the team they want to be.
Guardiola's move is great news for Manchester City, but cross-town United are now in an even more desperate position, with the hope of a return to prominence seeming unlikely as ever.
Robert Earnshaw's retirement letter was a reminder that soccer is the world's game and can unify more than any other sport.
The Chicago Fire are taking a deliberate approach to building their roster, but in its current form the team is not competitive.
As moody and inconsistent as he is, Emmanuel Adebayor may be a great buy for Crystal Palace, as long as they cut him loose soon enough.
He's been a good servant to the club, but Marouane Fellaini simply doesn't offer Manchester United the best option at any position.
Diego Costa is the biggest jerk in the league, but he may also be Chelsea's only hope for saving their season.