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5 reasons Barcelona won La Liga

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Liverpool to sell Raheem Sterling for £60m; United target Nicolas Otamendi

The ESPN FC panel talk about Raheem Sterling's future with Liverpool. Steve Nicol believes Sterling needs to progress to make a move away from the club.

As the majority of the world's leagues ready for the season's end, the rumours continue to pick up steam. Things are starting to get real, transfer fans.

Sterling nears expensive Anfield exit

For better or worse, Raheem Sterling seems certain to exit Liverpool this summer. Although that's bad news for Anfield supporters, it's better news for Transfer Talk, with all manner of clubs and prices thrown into the mix.

The Mail reported Liverpool have placed a £60 million price tag on the 20-year-old's...

 By Rob Train

Ronaldo's hat-trick highlights Real Madrid's sensational season finale

The ESPN FC panel discuss if Rafael Benitez can be a better manager than Carlo Ancelotti at Real Madrid next season.

Real Madrid's last match of the season was a curious affair. Before kickoff, there were cheers for manager Carlo Ancelotti and the usual mix of whistles and applause for goalkeeper Iker Casillas from a sparse crowd in the Santiago Bernabéu. Both the home side and Getafe had nothing tangible to play for, and the result was one of the most entertaining matches of the season.

A vastly changed Real Madrid ran out eventual 7-3 winners, but the game was a sideshow played out against a melancholy backdrop...

 By Tom Marshall

Chivas and Santos Laguna are set for a tight defensive match

Jose Manuel de la Torre's Chivas are one win away from reaching the 2015 Liga MX Clausura final.

GUADALAJARA, Mexico -- The sight of the world-class, yet often empty Estadio Omnilife over the last few years seemed to epitomize the state of the whole Chivas institution back before the Clausura 2015, when the club was sliding down the slippery slope towards relegation.

There was an illusion of grandeur on the outside, but inside was a rotten core. The idea of Chivas being a genuinely big club was latent, but without local fans buying into it and actually attending games in the stadium, it...

Five reasons Barcelona won La Liga

Barcelona head coach Luis Enrique contends that club legend Xavi should stay with the Catalan club instead of leaving for Qatar.

Xavi Hernandez lifted the domestic league trophy in front of the adoring Camp Nou on Saturday in what was an emotional farewell to the most influential midfielder in the Catalans' history. Although Cules are obviously delighted to be celebrating their 23rd Liga title, their team has been forced to overcome plenty of adversity to reach their objective.

Here are five reasons Barcelona won La Liga:

1. The deadly Lionel Messi-Luis Suarez-Neymar trident

After years of being left to carry the...

Atletico Madrid battle to dull stalemate with Granada CF

Saul Niguez's work rate was one of the few highlights of Atletico Madrid's 0-0 draw against Granada.

Atletico Madrid played out the mother of all 0-0 bore-draws away to Granada as both sides secured the point they needed to help attain their objectives for this season.

Atleti qualify automatically for next season's Champions League in third place, while Granada retained their place in La Liga for another season and everybody went home happy.

There were few incidents of note throughout the game, with the entire 90 minutes played out predominantly in the centre of the park. Truth be told the most...

 By Lee Roden

Irreplaceable Xavi is impeccable in his last La Liga match for Barcelona

Xavi Hernandez was the star of the show before a ball was kicked in Barcelona's 2-2 draw with Deportivo La Coruna, but that didn't stop the veteran from producing a virtually faultless display in his time on the pitch. Directing the Catalan orchestra as only he can, the No. 6 played on both the left and right of midfield over the course of the game, feeding Jeremy Mathieu in the move for Lionel Messi's opener and working hard off the ball whenever required.

Perhaps inspired by the legend's big...