Trending: VAR criticised at Confederations Cup, Portugal held

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CONFEDERATIONS CUP: Portugal coach Fernando Santos was visibly angry on the sidelines as a goal in his team's Confederations Cup draw against Mexico on Sunday was ruled out by the video assistant referee (VAR).

- Marcotti: VAR in spotlight in as Chile beat Cameroon, while Chile coach Juan Antonio Pizzi says the system needs time.

- WATCH: VAR is confusing so far

- Hector Moreno snatched a stoppage-time equaliser as Mexico denied Portugal a late victory in a 2-2 Confederations Cup draw. Portugal captain Cristiano Ronaldo insists there is no reason to be alarmed by their opening draw.

- Late goals from Arturo Vidal and Eduardo Vargas saw Chile open their Confederations Cup campaign with a 2-0 win over Cameroon.

REAL MADRID: La Liga president Javier Tebas has defended Cristiano Ronaldo amid accusations of tax evasion and said the forward's potential departure from Real Madrid would be an "irreparable loss" for the league.

- Bayern Munich CEO Karl-Heinz Rummenigge has dismissed reports linking Cristiano Ronaldo with the Bundesliga champions as "completely unfounded," while suggesting the rumours "must be consigned to the realms of fantasy."

- Florentino Perez will remain as Real Madrid president for another four years after no other candidates stepped forward to run against him.

AC MILAN: Mino Raiola says AC Milan only have themselves to blame for Gianluigi Donnarumma's decision not to extend his contract with the club.

- Donnarumma won't be allowed to leave AC Milan this summer, club sporting director Massimiliano Mirabelli has confirmed.

BAYERN MUNICH: Robert Lewandowski's agent has said Bayern Munich coach Carlo Ancelotti offered his client a lack of support in the race to finish ahead of Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang as Bundesliga top scorer.

- United States midfielder Christian Pulisic has no intention of becoming the next Borussia Dortmund star to switch allegiances and join Bundesliga rivals Bayern Munich.

JUVENTUS: Sampdoria president Massimo Ferrero says he expects Patrik Schick to sign for Juventus this summer.

MAN CITY: Pep Guardiola wants to take former Barcelona defender Dani Alves to City, sources have told ESPN FC.

FIFA: Former president Sepp Blatter has told The Guardian that he does not agree with whistleblowing.

ARSENAL: Former Liverpool high performance manager Darren Burgess will join Arsenal in July, Australian Rules Football (AFL) club Port Adelaide have announced.

MAN UNITED: Real Sociedad president Jokin Aperribay has said they are one of several teams interested in signing Adnan Januazaj from Manchester United.

- United are interested in appointing former Sunderland boss Ricky Sbragia as their new under-23s manager, sources have told ESPN FC.

LIVERPOOL: Steven Gerrard says Liverpool only require "two or three" signings this summer in order to mount a serious Premier League title challenge next season.

TOTTENHAM: Bournemouth striker Joshua King has told the Daily Echo he hopes to be at the club next season, but he was "intrigued" by reports of interest from Tottenham.

MLS: Bradley Wright-Phillips scored two late goals and the New York Red Bulls beat the Philadelphia Union 2-0 on Sunday.

- PSV and Mexico midfielder Andres Guardado said on Sunday he is not on the brink of a move to Major League Soccer but admitted there have been approaches, following a report the 30-year-old had agreed a four-year deal to join Los Angeles FC.