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Trending: Paris Saint-Germain closing in on Barcelona star Neymar

Gab Marcotti breaks down the latest in PSG's pursuit of Neymar and explains what it would take for him to leave Barcelona.
For the first time in history, FC Barcelona and Real Madrid bring their epic rivalry to the United States.

Friday's latest stories from the world of football in ESPN FC's What's Trending...

PSG: Paris Saint-Germain target Neymar is not expected to fly back to Barcelona with the squad following Saturday's Clasico matchup against Real Madrid in Miami, a source has told ESPN's Jordi Blanco. 

PSG will have "done their sums well" to ensure a potential world-record move for Neymar keeps them within financial fair play regulations, UEFA's FFP head has told L'Equipe.

Dani Alves has hit out...

Emirates Cup: Lacazette home debut, Wilshere's Arsenal swansong?

Stewart Robson and Alexis Nunes debate the next move for Jack Wilshere as the Arsenal man insists on staying in England.
Stewart Robson says Arsenal's thrashing by Chelsea in their friendly is indicative of the issues Arsene Wenger must fix.

The Emirates Cup returns this weekend after a one-year hiatus, as Arsenal take on Benfica and Sevilla in the club's traditional preseason tournament. While the Gunners have already played four games this summer during their tour of Australia and China, this will be their first appearance in front of the home fans since Arsene Wenger was handed his new two-year contract after last season's FA Cup triumph. For the Arsenal manager, it's also one of his last chances to assess his options ahead of the...

Arsenal hanging on to spare parts as bargaining power wanes

Gab Marcotti discusses the latest on the Alexis Sanchez transfer rumours, including where PSG and Man City stand with the striker.

Despite what many people think, the transfer market is a complicated thing. On the face of it, it looks pretty simple: Buy the players you need to improve your squad and sell the players you no longer require.

Arsenal fans probably don't need any reminder of what a minefield it can be, and the club itself are currently dealing with the fact that when it comes to outgoings in particular, their position is not particularly strong.

The Gunners have a clutch of players who are, essentially, surplus...

 By Dave Usher

Jurgen Klopp and Liverpool can afford to wait for top targets like Naby Keita

Steve Nicol discusses how Liverpool should proceed with Philippe Coutinho and RB Leipzig's Naby Keita.

As Liverpool's pursuit of Naby Keita threatens to drag on into a third month, it will be interesting to discover just how long Jurgen Klopp is prepared to wait to get his man.

RB Leipzig remain steadfast in their refusal to sell, but since Keita's return to training with the German club this week things haven't exactly gone smoothly.

Keita was the victim of a poor challenge from a teammate in training this week, and later in the session he exacted revenge on the perpetrator with an equally...

Barca, Real's ICC Clasico in Miami defined by Neymar, Bale uncertainty

Gab Marcotti breaks down the latest in PSG's pursuit of Neymar and explains what it would take for him to leave Barcelona.
Toni Collins provides an update on Barcelona's ongoing Neymar saga and how they're handling it throughout the ICC.
ESPN FC's Sid Lowe and Julien Laurens reveal the truth behind the Kylian Mbappe to Real Madrid reports.
Gab Marcotti and Shaka Hislop talk Clasico as the La Liga fixtures were released on Friday.

We're a month away from the start of the European season, training camp is in full swing, and we could see, in the space of a few days, two of the greatest front threes -- and perhaps the most recognizable acronyms in football -- blown apart just as Real Madrid take on Barcelona in the Miami Clasico. And if they come, the seismic changes will be driven by money and market forces as much as sporting decisions by management.

It would take shattering -- more than doubling, in one case -- the world...

 By Sid Lowe

More to El Clasico than Messi, Ronaldo: 11 of the rivalry's greatest players

Sid Lowe rationalizes his decision to leave Ronaldo, Messi and more out of his all-time combined XI for Barca and Real.
Gab Marcotti and Shaka Hislop talk Clasico as the La Liga fixtures were released on Friday.

You know, El Clasico is not just about Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo, even if those two have almost come to define the Barcelona-Real Madrid rivalry in recent years.

In fact, there's dozens of others who deserve to be in an all-time combined XI; that's just the way it goes when you're looking at the long histories of two of the planet's biggest and most successful clubs. So take this with a pinch of salt by all means -- the formation would be fluid, to say the least! -- but here are 11 of the...