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ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

David De Gea to Real Madrid could make way for Gareth Bale to United

ESPN FC's Paul Mariner, Steve Nicol and Alejandro Moreno discuss the four goalkeepers that are included in the Premier League top 50 in #PremRank, citing David De Gea is the most commanding of the goalkeepers.

With the dust settled in Europe's big five leagues, the transfer gossip is heating up. Things are starting to get real, transfer fans.

De Gea going, Bale coming to Old Trafford?

The dreamiest transfer rumour at this stage of the game refuses to die (thankfully) and is gaining some steam, according to the Daily Star. The U.K. tabloid is reporting that Manchester United goalkeeper David De Gea has already said his goodbyes to teammates as he readies for a summer move to Real Madrid.


 By David Usher

Brendan Rodgers safe at Liverpool for now but major improvements needed

The ESPN FC panel discuss Brendan Rodgers' future at Liverpool and believe he is not capable enough to manage the club.
ESPN FC's Steve Nicol does not believe the job Jurgen Klopp wants is available which may be the reasoning for his decision to take a break from management, indicating it may be likely Brendan Rodgers will continue to be in charge of Liverpool.
Rodgers is staying at Liverpool for now but he has his work cut out if he is to stay a long time.

Brendan Rodgers might be the luckiest man in English football right now.

"Judge me in three years," he famously said. Well those three years are up and the fans' verdict is in. If it were up to the overwhelming majority of them he'd have been looking for a new job before the final whistle had even blown at the Britannia Stadium as the Reds crashed to their worst defeat in over half a century to leave them languishing in sixth place. Fortunately for Rodgers, his employers took a more lenient view.


Sumeet Paul blog profile  By Sumeet Paul

Ancelotti's refusal leaves Milan with a difficult decision

The waiting game for a new manager at AC Milan continues.
The waiting game for a new manager at AC Milan continues.

After several meetings and the best efforts of CEO Adriano Galliani, former coach Carlo Ancelotti will not be returning to Milan this summer. The Italian tactician gave his final answer on Tuesday, which draws the situation to a disappointing close after weeks of optimism.

A statement released by Milan confirmed that the former Real Madrid coach had told the club that he could not accept the position for next season. Meanwhile, Ancelotti took to Twitter to confirm the news himself.


 By Rob Train

Benitez is likely Real Madrid's new manager - here's his pros and cons

The ESPN FC panel react to reports that Rafael Benitez will be named Real Madrid manager, where Sergio Ramos appears to questions the club's choice to oust Carlo Ancelotti.

Barring a completely unexpected U-turn, Rafa Benitez will be presented as the new coach of Real Madrid on Wednesday, replacing the recently-sacked Carlo Ancelotti.

The Santiago Bernabeu club's pursuit of the former Napoli manager, who left his post after the final game of the Serie A season on Sunday, has been an open secret for some weeks but is it the right decision?

As with any managerial appointment, it could go either way and much will depend on his relationship with the players, the...

FIFA change begins with Blatter resignation, but future is uncertain

ESPN FC's Gab Marcotti and Craig Burley react to Sepp Blatter's resignation in Berlin ahead of the Champions League Final.

The rumors spread like lighter fluid on a barbecue from the moment it was announced, just before 4 p.m. local time: FIFA news conference at 6 at the self-described "home of football."

Such hastily called news conferences usually mean only one thing: Something big is going down. And common sense pointed to the fact that whatever was happening would involve Jerome Valcke, FIFA's general secretary.

Earlier in the day, documents emerged that he had authorized three bank transfers from FIFA accounts...

 By David Mooney

Kompany and Mangala must step up for City, who should look at Clyne

Manchester City failed to achieve back-to-back Premier League titles but hung on to finish second behind Chelsea.

With the season now over, attention turns to the transfer window and every day this week, we'll be analysing the different areas in Manchester City's squad. Next up are the defenders.

Sum up the defensive situation at the club

It's an interesting position for the club to be in defensively right now. Clearly, Pablo Zabaleta is the obvious first choice for the right-back berth, but from there it's hit and miss. You'd say both Aleks Kolarov and Gael Clichy were on a level footing at left-back, with...