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ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Edinson Cavani and William Carvalho on radars for teams across Europe

Which player or what problematic area needs to be addressed in the summer transfer window? ESPN FC's club bloggers from leagues across Europe have their say.

La Liga

BARCELONA: Dani Alves' replacement

After winning seven trophies out of nine in two years, there are few areas where Luis Enrique can realistically improve his Barcelona XI with the finances available to him. Samuel Umtiti arrives to add quality to the middle of the back four, while Denis Suarez adds variety, youth and depth to the...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Barca on track and Real Madrid hunt Pogba while Dortmund worry over exits

ESPN FC's Alejandro Moreno offers a transfer roundup thus far for Barcelona and Real Madrid.

With Euro 2016 over, focus shifts back to domestic football. ESPN FC's club bloggers across the top European leagues assess their summer so far ...

La Liga

BARCELONA: The champions can be happy with their work so far this summer, already securing the return of midfielder Denis Suarez. Based on his flattering comments about Andres Iniesta, he could well be seen as the long-term heir to the Catalan side's mercurial No.8.

Both Barca and Lyon have also confirmed a €25 million deal is in...

 By Terry Daley

Roma and Luciano Spalletti set to begin life after Miralem Pjanic

Its another busy summer at Roma, with Miralem Pjanic the big name departure.

As some of his players wind down from their Euro 2016 exertions and others prepare for the upcoming preseason training camp, Roma coach Luciano Spalletti will soon start preparing his preseason.

Currently, he won't know what kind of team he's going to have come the start of the new campaign, as the club embark on their traditional summer transfer turnover.

The Giallorossi are having something of a fire sale this summer, with a big chunk of deadwood -- from Adem Ljajic to Juan Iturbe, Seydou Doumbia...

Radja Nainggolan facing date with destiny as Belgium take on Italy

ESPN FC's Gab Marcotti explains why Belgium have what it takes to go all the way at Euro 2016.
Radja Nainggolan
Radja Nainggolan has been linked with a move to Chelsea this summer.

This time last year, Radja Nainggolan was living it up with his wife Claudia and their friends in Ibiza. "It was a great night," the Belgium midfielder told Italy's edition of Rolling Stone. "The party started on the beach and then moved to the club."

Nainggolan will never apologise for being one of those footballers who likes to party. If you think marriage and fatherhood have settled him down, think again. "I've got no desire to be at home every night like the others who only think about football,"...

 By Terry Daley

Francesco Totti's AS Roma extension provides fitting farewell

After an up-and-down season, Francesco Totti will return to AS Roma in 2016-17.

Based on the way Roma's official media channels covered Francesco Totti signing his one-year contract extension on Tuesday, it would seem the club were always desperate to have their captain enter his 40s turning out in Giallorosso and that his staying on for one more year was a simple formality.

But Tuesday's tightly orchestrated event and somewhat bizarre in-house promo -- the 15 best pictures from a contract signing, anyone? -- was the end of a convoluted process that started with the legendary...

 By Terry Daley

Miralem Pjanic exit could make sense for Roma amid FFP concerns

Roma's excellent finish to the 2015-16 Serie A season has offered hope that coach Luciano Spalletti can build on the progress made since his return to the Italian capital in January and make a run at the title next term.

The Giallorossi collected more points than any other team bar champions Juventus in the second half of the season -- five more than Napoli, who beat them to second place by two points -- and the 83 goals (47 under Spalletti) they scored were the league's highest.

With a few additions...