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John Brewin profile picture  By John Brewin

Gareth Bale and Wales can deliver a lasting legacy for Gary Speed

The ESPN FC panel answer your tweets on Premier League's spending this transfer window, if Gareth Bale will ever join Manchester United and more.

Wales are two games from destiny. The chance to qualify for a first major tournament since the 1958 World Cup is here. First, on Thursday, a trip to Cyprus, and then on Sunday, at the Cardiff City Stadium, they host Israel. Two wins will take them to the Euro 2016 finals with an unassailable 20 points from qualifying.

After only narrowly beating Andorra 2-1 in their opening match, and drawing 0-0 with Bosnia, a 0-0 draw with group favourites Belgium in November set the tone. Winning 3-0 in Israel...

 By Nick Miller

Hazard, Terry and Costa just as crucial in title race as De Bruyne and Sterling

The ESPN FC crew rates the winners and losers of the transfer window.

The end of the transfer window is a time for everyone in football, from fans to those making deals, to take a deep breath and relax.

It's a time to assess who bought well, where the gaps in each squad are and whether players who thought they were leaving can be reintegrated.

Enhancing squads with new signings is an incredibly important part of life in the Premier League, but this season it looks likely the title will be decided by how well players who were already around perform, rather than by...

Premier League riches has Championship clubs spending big

While transfer deadline day may have lacked a marquee signing, take a look at the more memorable moments as Manchester United's saga with David De Gea came to a solution while Southampton bolstered their defence.

It was the day the Football League season started and Sean Dyche was fulminating. "Some of the sums Championship clubs are paying are astronomical," said the Burnley manager.

If anyone was entitled to complain, it seemed it was Dyche. He had prospered on an uphill playing field two seasons earlier, securing promotion to the Premier League despite having spent just £450,000 in transfer fees during 18 months in charge, and found the gradient just too steep in the top flight. Now, it appeared,...

European transfer grades: Atletico and Bayern best, Real and Barca worst

ESPN FC's Sid Lowe explains Barcelona's transfer ban and their lack of depth because of that.
ESPN FC's panel debate on what they thought was the biggest transfer outside of the Premier League.

With the European transfer window closing as planned on August 31, James Horncastle rates and assesses the business done by the top clubs across the continent.

Real Madrid: C-

Well that was embarrassing. Real left it too late for David De Gea and could have destabilised their current first choice goalkeeper, Keylor Navas, in the process by offering him in an exchange that didn't happen. De Gea's availability on a free next summer only goes so far in covering for Real's bungle.

They must...

Manchester City lead Premier League transfer grades after brilliant summer

As the transfer window shuts, the ESPN FC panel take a look back at Arsenal and Manchester United's inability to secure a marquee signing, Chelsea's new additions, Kevin De Bruyne joining Manchester City to bolster Manuel Pellegrini's attack and much more

With the summer transfer window finally done and dusted, ESPN FC grades all 20 Premier League clubs based on how they fared in their dealings.

Manchester City - A+

Winners of the window and, consequently, now strong favourites to be winners of the title. Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho spoke recently of how City "reacted" to his team winning the league in the way the London side itself did last season, but it was more than that.

This was more than a reaction. It was precise and rational business,...

Manchester United and Real Madrid both lose in David De Gea debacle

ESPN FC's Craig Burley is at odds as to what happens next for Manchester United now that David De Gea will remain at Old Trafford.

When there's success, everybody takes credit. When faced with failure, we all point fingers and blame one another.

Make no mistake about it: the collapse of David De Gea's move to Real Madrid is a failure. The fact that it could have been worse, that there might be a silver lining, doesn't change that.

That's why both clubs began the spin and blame games almost as soon as it emerged that the deal was dead.

There was talk of documents that couldn't be opened -- prompting endless hilarity on the Web,...