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Thoughts on Sanchez, Mkhitaryan deal: Who's getting the best of it?

With the Alexis Sanchez and Henrikh Mkhitaryan swap confirmed, Craig Burley and Alexis Nunes break down the deal from both sides.
ESPN FC's Rob Dawson and Mark Ogden assess what Alexis Sanchez has to offer after sealing his move to Man United.

Alexis Sanchez has finally left Arsenal but rather than going to Manchester City, he ended up at Manchester United. As part of that deal, Henrikh Mkhitaryan has left Old Trafford for a chance to reignite his career at Arsenal.

What should we make of the most complicated transfer in the January window? Here are seven thoughts.

1. Sanchez is an instant upgrade for United

He's a better player than anyone at Old Trafford not named Paul Pogba or David De Gea. That much is clear. His style of...

Real's big win buys Zidane time, Martial's future, PSG rocked by Lyon

Despite hitting Deportivo for seven, Paul Mariner delves into the weaknesses that could still come back to bite Real Madrid moving forward.

It was only Deportivo La Coruna, a team in the relegation zone that had collected one point in the past four matches. But it still mattered. Real Madrid's 7-1 victory Sunday doesn't make all their problems disappear but it stops the situation getting worse after two consecutive home defeats. And it offers some clues about what Zinedine Zidane's fixes might be.

The obvious change from the previous week's defeat against Villarreal was the return to a 4-3-3 formation. Playing Isco behind Gareth Bale...

Gap between superclubs like Man United, Real Madrid and rivals must be addressed

UEFA president Aleksander Ceferin has talked about redressing the balance between clubs but so far, it's getting worse.

UEFA's Annual Benchmarking Report, released Tuesday, confirmed what many suspected: the rich are getting richer and leaving the merely well-off far behind. This is perhaps the most stark observation from the hefty study -- it runs to 126 pages -- of top-flight club football in every league across the continent. If you're even a little bit wonk-ish, the Benchmarking Report, which is compiled from licensing, transfer and financial data, some of it accessible only to UEFA), makes a fascinating read,...

Liverpool vs. Man City lived up to hype, Real in free-fall, Wenger woe

Former Liverpool defender Steve Nicol describes his wave of emotions and explains what Jurgen Klopp's side did right in their win over Man City.
Steve Nicol and Gab Marcotti go back and forth about Liverpool's defence during their Premier League team of the weekend discussion.

Not every game lives up the hype, especially the incessant, percussive kind where commentators and pundits go out of their way to regularly remind you that what you're watching is fantastic and entertaining and you made such a clever choice with your leisure time.

But Liverpool vs. Manchester City certainly did. It was breath-taking, high-speed stuff, blending technique and work-rate against a raucous backdrop. Oh, and City suffered their first defeat in a "real" game since April. (Sorry: the...

Another Sanchez 'sliding doors' choice over Man City, almost seven years on

The FC crew discuss Manchester United's interest in Man City target Alexis Sanchez and what it means for Arsenal.
ESPN FC's Mark Ogden says Man City are prepared to abandon their pursuit of Alexis Sanchez after costs have escalated over recent weeks.
Arsene Wenger says clubs can utilise interest in players to start a bidding war, but reiterates that Alexis Sanchez is still an Arsenal player.

Alexis Sanchez missed Arsenal's trip to Bournemouth on Sunday, leaving plenty of time to contemplate his future. Everybody knows his options: a move to Manchester United or Manchester City this month, joining City (or another club) in June or -- and admittedly this is rather remote -- extending his contract with the Gunners and staying in North London.

The Chilean international striker has been here before, almost seven years ago. In some ways, it was his "sliding doors" moment: A career-changing...

Why Barca bet big on Coutinho, Real stumble again, Wenger woe

Steve Nicol discusses what comes next for Liverpool after selling Coutinho, while Alejandro Moreno exmaines the Brazilian's possible role at Barcelona.
Steve Nicol identifies three big-name players he wants Liverpool to pursue with the money they received for Philippe Coutinho.
The FC panel delve into all of Arsenal's shortcomings - from the squad selection to player performances - in their FA Cup defeat at Nottingham Forest.
After Real Madrid's draw at Celta Vigo, the FC crew identify the issues that have seen the reigning La Liga winners fall 16 points off the top.

Depending on whether or not you count Kylian Mbappe -- and you probably should, since while it hasn't actually happened yet, barring divine intervention, the money is committed -- Philippe Coutinho is now the second or third most expensive footballer of all time.

Coutinho has sold for €120 million ($144.4m), plus another €30m ($36m) in fairly easily attainable bonuses (related to appearances and Barcelona qualifying for the Champions League) and another €10m ($12m)...