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Five things to know: Lucas Vazquez

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PSG free to pursue Di Maria, Chelsea won't let Remy go, Diaby open to MLS?

ESPN FC's Alexis Nunes and Shaka Hislop discuss PSG's pursuit of Angel Di Maria and question whether the Argentina international would find success with the French giants.

With the summer transfer window now open, join us for the latest updates from across Europe. Find all completed transfers here if you're looking to catch up with the latest deals.

TOP STORY: PSG free to chase Di Maria deal

Good news for Paris Saint-Germain fans as L'Equipe reports that UEFA have decided to lift financial fair play restrictions on the Ligue 1 champions. The French paper claims that PSG will celebrate by launching a bid for No. 1 target Angel Di Maria, and can offer...

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West Ham kick off final season at Upton Park with 3-0 win in UEL opener

A brace from Diafra Sakho, centre, was more than enough for West Ham to see off Andorran visitors Lustians.

LONDON -- The Copa America is not yet complete. Neither is the Women's World Cup. The kids have not even begun to think about school's start, while tennis at Wimbledon is just three days into its fortnight. The transfer window only opened on Wednesday. Yet for West Ham, the 2015-16 season started here, on July 2, amid London's hottest, sunniest week of the year.

Relaxing in his Spanish villa, former manager Sam Allardyce might have chuckled about this dubious farewell present. The reward for...

Tony Pulis can shape West Brom as he likes in this summer transfer window

Tony Pulis' return to Selhurst Park was a triumphant one.
With the technical director and head of recruitment out of the way, Tony Pulis can shape West Brom as he sees fit.

Following the departure of technical director Terry Burton and head of recruitment Mervyn Day, Tony Pulis is beginning to put his mark on West Brom, at least off the field.

Burton and Day clearly paid the price for their failings in last summer's transfer window. Albion made 12 signings in that window, and a year on, only two of those players definitely have a future at the Hawthorns. That is an unacceptable success rate, particularly when you consider the limited budget West Brom operate on....

Five things to know about Real Madrid new signings Lucas Vazquez

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 exercised their buy-back option on winger Lucas Vazquez on Thursday as the youth team product penned a five-year deal at the Bernabeu after catching the eye during a successful season-long loan at Espanyol last season.

The Catalans had activated their option to buy the 24-year-old, but Madrid countered that clause with an offer of their own. The departure of Vazquez is another blow to Espanyol that comes days after iconic striker Sergio Garcia held his farewell news conference ahead...

Soccer stars on their holidays -- ESPN FC's social media scoop

Here's what some of soccer's biggest stars have been up to on social media in the last week.

Gareth Bale and LL Cool J watched NYCFC vs. New York Red Bulls 

The Real Madrid man also showed off an awesome basketball trick shot

Welcome @sonyxperia to the @uefachampionsleague !! #ICan

A video posted by Gareth Bale (@garethbale11)...

 By Nick Miller

Will Sean O'Driscoll be the man to help Liverpool get back into the top four?

The ESPN FC crew discuss the impact of new Liverpool signing Nathaniel Clyne at the Merseyside club.
O'Driscoll clearly prefers being behind the scenes, so can he help revitalise the Reds this season?

The decision by the Liverpool hierarchy to clean house at the end of the season, sacking assistant manager Colin Pascoe and coach Mike Marsh, was certainly a ruthless and perhaps slightly curious one. The implication was clear: while all the blame for a disappointing season wasn't necessarily being placed on the coaching staff, a fresh start was called for, but fresh enough for a complete change in management.

One could level the accusation that Brendan Rodgers was throwing his subordinates under...