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It's been a long seven months since Raheem Sterling turned down Liverpool's offer of a new contract, then subsequently said he would not be re-signing for any amount of money. Despite insisting multiple times that Sterling will not be sold, Brendan Rodgers confirmed that Liverpool have agreed to sell him to Manchester City.
Sterling's decision to turn down a £100,000 per week salary at Liverpool was absurd and greedy, but City are going to pay him double that. Nothing wrong with knowing what you're worth.
And in case you think Sterling is an outlier, Jerome Sinclair wants out, too. What's going on at Liverpool?
In the news
Fabian Delph, meanwhile, was talked out of a City move by former City players. (Mirror)
Manchester United have locked up Morgan Schneiderlin in addition to Bastian Schweinsteiger. (Manchester United)
And they've ditched Robin van Persie's wages, too. (Fenerbahce)
Asmir Begovic has completed his move to Chelsea. (Chelsea FC)
The English Women's Super League set a new attendance record this weekend. (Guardian)
Indicted FIFA executive Jeffrey Webb has agreed to extradition. (Telegraph)
You should be reading
Jack Kerr on East Timor's possibly illegal soccer team. (Vice)
Ian King on Hereford United's rebirth. (Two Hundred Percent)
James Yorke asks why Yohan Cabaye ended up at Crystal Palace. (Stats Bomb)
Fun with transfer rumors
The section in which nothing should be taken seriously. It's rumor season, so this section will be expanded, and as the summer rolls on, it will probably be bigger than the actual news section.
Manchester City want Paul Pogba in addition to Raheem Sterling. (Star)
Could Liverpool replace Raheem Sterling with Denis Cheryshev? (AS)
Stephan El Shaarawy is confident about his move to Monaco. (Football Italia)
Chelsea are chasing Barcelona's Pedro. (Sport)
Laurent Blanc says PSG are after Angel Di Maria, but it won't be easy to sign him. (L'Equipe)
This weekend's games
Mexico's draw against Guatemala is one of the worst Gold Cup results ever.
Trinidad and Tobago beat Cuba, meaning Mexico need a win over T&T in the final group match. (MLS)
The U.S. didn't look great, but still beat Haiti.
Honduras and Panama drew, meaning the U.S. have clinched first place.
El Salvador grabbed a surprise point against Costa Rica. (MLS)
While Jamaica beat Canada in the dying minutes. (MLS)
You can watch highlights of all this weekend's MLS games here. (MLS)
And highlights of all the NWSL games here. (YouTube)
What to watch on Monday (click for listings, all times ET)
Gold Cup: Haiti vs. Honduras (7 p.m.) - A definite must-win for Haiti and a virtual must-win for Honduras.
Gold Cup: USA vs. Panama (9:30 p.m.) - Expect a weird USMNT team and don't be shocked (or worried) if they lose.