Trending: England win Under-20 World Cup, Michael Bradley nets wonder goal

Monday's latest stories from the world of football in ESPN FC's What's Trending...

ENGLAND: Dominic Calvert-Lewin and Freddie Woodman grabbed the headlines in a team of heroes as England won the Under-20 World Cup by beating Venezuela in South Korea.

- Liverpool-bound striker Dominic Solanke was named Under-20 World Cup Golden Ball winner after his performances in England's triumphant tournament.

- England boss Gareth Southgate has confirmed Tom Heaton and Jack Butland will share goalkeeping duties against France on Tuesday.

UNITED STATES: Michael Bradley scored a stunning early goal from about 40 yards and the U.S. hung on for a 1-1 draw against Mexico in a World Cup qualifier on Sunday night, gaining only its third point in team history at Azteca Stadium as coach Bruce Arena changed seven starters and used a five-man defense to overcome the thin air and short recovery time.

- U.S. manager Bruce Arena hailed his team's ability to follow its tactical game plan.

- Mexico coach Juan Carlos Osorio said the United States came to the Estadio Azteca with a defensive plan and that his team lacked the creativity to overcome the resistance.

FRANCE: France midfielder Blaise Matuidi has called on fans to sing the English national anthem as a tribute to the Manchester and London terror attack victims when the two sides meet in a friendly on Tuesday.

MAN UNITED: Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho has told Expresso he is "terrible at picking teams" to manage.

- Swedish minnows Vasteras are set to receive a substantial windfall that will wipe out their debts after Manchester United agreed a deal to sign Benfica centre-back Victor Lindelof.

CHELSEA: Diego Costa has raised the possibility of signing for Atletico Madrid and joining another club on loan until their transfer ban ends in January.

TOTTENHAM: Tottenham's Harry Kane and Dele Alli are worth more than Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo, according to a new study by CIES Football Observatory.

LEICESTER: Leicester City winger Riyad Mahrez has called recent praise from Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger "an honour" but says he has yet to receive an offer from the London side.

ARSENAL: Laurent Koscielny has distanced himself from reports linking him with Marseille, saying he is happy at Arsenal.

MAN CITY: England goalkeeper Joe Hart has said he has not yet had any offers as he prepares for a future away from Manchester City.

EVERTON: Everton are in talks to sign Malaga striker Sandro Ramirez and are interested in Ajax midfielder Davy Klaassen, sources close to the Premier League club have told ESPN FC.

BARCELONA: Barcelona reunited their 1992 Dream Team on Saturday to remember the club's first-ever European Cup win 25 years on, but one former director felt the celebration was marred by poor attendance.

BAYERN MUNICH: Bayern Munich have announced that they have agreed to sign Serge Gnabry from Werder Bremen.

DORTMUND: Borussia Dortmund midfielder Marco Reus looks set to miss the rest of 2017 after undergoing knee surgery on Wednesday.

AC MILAN: Andre Silva has arrived in Italy for a medical with AC Milan ahead of a move which would make him the Serie A club's fourth summer signing.

- Gianluigi Donnarumma has hinted that he will stay with the Serie A club, telling Italian magazine GQ that he is looking for a home in the Lombardy city.

JUVENTUS: Gianluigi Buffon has backed Juventus to sign AC Milan goalkeeper Donnarumma as his eventual successor.

CHAMPIONS LEAGUE: Monaco starlet Kylian Mbappe has prioritised team success over individual glory, revealing on Sunday he is obsessed with winning the Champions League.