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    Robert Lewandowski should be at top of Chelsea's list to replace Diego Costa

    Chelsea's top priority in the transfer market this summer is finding a striker to replace Diego Costa. Fortunately for the newly crowned Premier League champions, an unusually high number of elite strikers seem to be on the market.  ESPN FC ranks the top five options in order of suitability for Chelsea. 1) Robert Lewandowski Once whispers emerged that Lewandowski might be unhappy at Bayern Munich this week, it was no surprise to see Chelsea and Manchester United linked.  Roman Abramovich would be foolish not to at least ask the question. Lewandowski is the best pure No. 9 in the world, capable of scoring 30 goals per season -- the mark he has reached in both of the last two Bundesliga campaigns

  • Portugal's Guerreiro confirms fractured leg
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    Portugal's Guerreiro confirms fractured leg

    Portugal left-back Raphael Guerreiro will miss the rest of the Confederations Cup after revealing on Thursday that he has been playing with a fractured leg for months. The Borussia Dortmund defender had to be helped off in the second-half of Wednesday's 1-0 win over Russia in Moscow when Cristiano Ronaldo scored the winner. Guerreiro has confirmed he has a fracture and implies he has been playing with the injury for weeks, which he aggravated before going off in the 65th minute in Moscow.

  • Serie A: Schick undergoes Juventus medical
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    Serie A: Schick undergoes Juventus medical

    Patrik Schick has arrived at Juventus to undergo a medical ahead of his proposed move from Sampdoria for a reported fee of €25million. The attacker has long been linked with the Serie A champions and is now one step closer to completing his move to the Bianconeri. Schick is part of the Czech Republic Under-21 squad that beat Italy 3-1 at the Euros in Poland on Wednesday, but was given special permission to travel to Turin to complete his transfer ahead of their third game against Denmark on Saturday.