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Macintosh: Wilshere must move to play

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Arsenal's Jack Wilshere must move on loan to resurrect his career

ESPN FC's Ross Dyer brings us the latest from the social media world, including Lucas Perez's apparent London connection.
Jack Wilshere has not played enough to command a place in the XI.

There's not much of it about in football these days, but thank goodness that some common sense has broken out at Arsenal. According to ESPN FC sources, all parties concerned have concluded that Jack Wilshere's short-term future would be best served by an immediate loan move away from the Emirates. One of the most promising English footballers of his generation needs the chance to rescue his career.

Just 37 fleeting minutes of Wilshere in an Arsenal shirt off the bench so far this season have proved...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Europe's Deadline Day: Real Madrid, Juventus and others still active

ESPN FC's Sid Lowe explains why Barcelona are interested in Paco Alcacer.

With deadline day approaching, ESPN FC's European correspondents assess their side's business so far and suggest what else needs to be done.

BARCELONA: It's been a busy summer for Barcelona with six players signed so far and 13 shipped out in various forms. The defence has been strengthened in the form of centre-back Samuel Umtiti and left-back Lucas Digne, while midfielders Denis Suarez and Andre Gomes have joined the club, too. Claudio Bravo's request to move to Manchester City means goalkeeper...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Sterling, Lewandowski and Belotti lead the Player Power Rankings

ESPN FC's Craig Burley breaks down the latest batch of player power rankings.

Also receiving votes: Toni Kroos, Joao Moutinho, Sami Khedira, Davy Klaassen, Alexis Sanchez.

Let us know what you think of the countdown by commenting below or on Twitter using #ESPNFCrankings.

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Real Madrid, Barcelona and Las Palmas win; Atletico and Valencia struggle

Zinedine Zidane admitted his side were far from brilliant during their hard fought 2-1 victory over Celta Vigo in La Liga.

On a weekend when favorites Barcelona and Real Madrid earned hard-fought wins and Las Palmas continued to impress, here is what we learned from La Liga ahead of the international break.

Morata on target for Real Madrid

Alvaro Morata scored his first goal for Real Madrid since returning to his former club this summer from Juventus in Saturday's 2-1 home win over Celta Vigo.

The Spain forward had not scored for Real at the Bernabeu since May 17, 2014 when he struck twice against Espanyol in La Liga....

 By John Duerden

Manuel Pellegrini at Hebei China Fortune reflects CSL's foreign focus

ESPN FC's Jason Dasey and PJ Roberts discuss the news of top coaches such as Manuel Pellegrini and Tony Adams moving to China for new coaching challenges.

Manuel Pellegrini's European coaching career has been a journey from the oldest of football money to the newest. After Real Madrid, the Chilean went to Qatar-owned Malaga, United Arab Emirates-owned Manchester City and the Chilean has now arrived in China, the latest big spender on the football block.

But spare a thought for Li Tie, the man Pellegrini replaces at Hebei China Fortune. The former Everton and Sheffield United player is still just 39 and was developing into China's most promising young...

Simon Mignolet's solid day, Swansea woe leads weekend's Heroes & Villains

Take a look back at all the stats behind Manchester City's 3-1 win over West Ham United, where Raheem Sterling headlined.

Iain Macintosh runs the rule over the latest 2016-17 Premier League season in this week's edition of Heroes and Villains.

HEROES

The much maligned Simon Mignolet came through for Liverpool on Saturday with an uncharacteristically nerveless performance between the sticks. He was there to punch away corners, he was there to palm away free-kicks, and when he made a world class save from Toby Alderweireld's second half header, he could have been forgiven for doing a lap of honour around White...