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Real Madrid stumbling in transfer window as Barca continue to improve

The ESPN FC panel discuss whether or not David De Gea would be included in a potential swap for Real Madrid's Sergio Ramos.

Real Madrid have long been associated with the term Galactico but this summer president Florentino Perez, the man who coined the term, will need to do everything to ensure Barcelona do not take their mantle.

Luis Figo, Ronaldo, Zinedine Zidane, David Beckham, Kaka, Cristiano Ronaldo and Gareth Bale have all be crowned Galacticos since Perez arrived at the helm of the Bernabeu. But after the big-money arrivals of Neymar and Luis Suarez in the last two summers, the Catalans could make it three on...

Honduras has potential to serve Mexico another embarrassment

ESPN FC's Shaka Hislop feels that Mexico will claim the 2015 Gold Cup crown over the United States.

To a certain extent, Honduras was the forgotten CONCACAF team in last year's World Cup, although that makes sense considering the team's performance was entirely forgettable. The Catrachos lost all three games in group play, falling to France, Ecuador and Switzerland. That was even worse than the team's previous performance in the 2010 edition of the tournament, where they actually managed a draw against the Swiss. Honduras has yet to win a single match in the sport's most prestigious tournament....

 By Richard Hall

Miranda is a great signing for Inter and can help spark an immediate revival

ESPN FC's Gab Marcotti looks at Miranda and Inter Milan and whether they are a match.

When the dust settles and the transfer window has closed, Miranda signing for Inter Milan will perhaps not be at the top of anybody's list when it comes to reviewing the summer's business.

While it ranks low when it comes to shock value or even in fiscal terms, it should place high when it comes to sense. The Nerazzurri have identified one of their major weaknesses and picked the right man to help them solve it.

This is Inter's third defensive signing before July 1 (they tied up a deal for Jeison...

Selling Miranda makes sense for Atletico Madrid

Joao Miranda's four seasons at Atletico included Copa del Rey and La Liga titles.
Joao Miranda's four seasons at Atletico included Copa del Rey and La Liga titles.

As Jose Maria Gimenez rose to nod Uruguay ahead Paraguay on June 20 in the Copa America, there would have been a sense of justification and smugness setting in among those of an Atletico Madrid persuasion.

In addition to his towering header, building on his assist in his country's first game in the tournament against Jamaica, the 20-year-old put in yet another commanding performance at the heart of the Uruguay defence in their Copa America group stage finale. His displays in last summer's World...

Abou Diaby may be finished at Arsenal but don't bet against a comeback

ESPN FC's Paul Mariner says Arsene Wenger needs to sign a striker in the summer transfer window.

Arsenal have officially confirmed what most in football had already assumed; the contract of Abou Diaby will not be renewed and the Frenchman will be released this summer after almost a decade with the club.

It's incredible to think that next season would have been Diaby's testimonial year. However, the fact that his nine-and-a-half year stay with the club yielded just 180 appearances explains why Arsenal had no choice but to let him go.

His injury problems have become so severe that can simply...

 By Rory Smith

Why don't teams spend big on buying defenders in the transfer window?

ESPN FC's Shaka Hislop and Mark Donaldson weigh in on Petr Cech's imminent move to Arsenal and discuss why goalkeepers aren't all that expensive.

June is a deceptive month for football. This is not, perhaps, immediately apparent on the back pages of newspapers and homepages of websites, where the fevered talk of swoops and deals and big-money signings begins almost as soon as the last ball of the season is kicked. By and large, though, June is a month of positioning and posturing, one colossal stand-off as everyone waits for everyone else to move.

Still, it is possible to discern certain patterns in the transfer market so far. First and...