He may have been the hero against Chile; but he was certainly the villain tonight.
Bending clubs seems to be Rory McIlroy's new trademark. But hardly a charming one.
The Italian previously tried to sign him with Chelsea and PSG. Will he get his man this summer?
Rio Ferdinand has made the cheeky suggestion he will be banging them in next season via Twitter.
Could Arsenal turn Eintracht Frankfurt's interest in the Danish striker to their advantage?
Philippe Coutinho will adorn the shirts of more Liverpool fans than anyone else next season.
Larnell Cole is likely to go on loan next season, and with West Bromwich Albion in need of more goals they could be the perfect fit.
The return of Kevin De Bruyne from Werder Bremen, where the Belgian replaced Marin, seems to have proceeded the German's loan to Sevilla.
With Danny Simpson set to join QPR on a free transfer, Vincent Ralph asks what the move means for the player and his new club.
The possible arrival of Leighton Baines may be the making of Alexander Buttner at Manchester United.
Arsenal will want to beware Real Madrid and Bayern Munich...
Chelsea ace Willian has commented on his failed move to Tottenham in 2013.
After Michael Beale's departure, there is only one man Liverpool expect to see appointed.
The CSKA Moscow midfielder is due to face Tottenham Hotspur at Wembley on Wednesday.
Tottenham Hotspur's summer recruitment has come under fire.
The expected delivery of $1.59bn of net savings in 2016.
Glasgow Rangers players Joe Garner, Joe Dodoo, Matt Crooks, Rob Kiernan and Niko Kranjcar are not good enough for the Ibrox outfit, suggests John Hartson.
The defender left Leeds United for Sheffield Wednesday in 2014.
Sunderland are in the Premier League relegation zone at the moment.
Rob Holding made his Champions League debut for Arsenal.
With the players Cardiff have signed and been linked with this summer, could they match Swansea's recent successes in the Premier League?
Manchester United, Tottenham Hotspur, Chelsea, Everton and Arsenal players feature on the list, which looks at five players who might become Premier League sensations next season.
Jon Corzine, former CEO of bankrupt futures brokerage MF Global, has said he never ordered any misuse of customer funds to help his firm stay afloat as it dealt with margin calls on bad bets.