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Transfer Talk: Paris Saint-Germain's Verratti couldn't refuse Barcelona offer

Marco Verratti
Marco Verratti reportedly told teammates he couldn't pass up the opportunity to play alongside Lionel Messi and Andres Iniesta.

Mundo Deportivo writes that although Marco Verratti is happy at Paris Saint-Germain and is willing to stay in France, the offer to join Barcelona this summer would prove too much for him to resist.

For more on Verratti to Barcelona, as well as other rumours, check out Transfer Talk by clicking here.

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Shaka Hislop's Power Rankings: Barcelona remain fourth

Lionel Messi
Lionel Messi did what he could to help Barcelona against Eibar.

Luis Enrique's final La Liga game in charge did not end with a title triumph and, as away side Eibar took a 2-0 lead, it looked as though it would end in defeat. But then Lionel Messi took over to inspire a comeback win and set up Barca for the Copa del Rey final vs. Alaves.

To see where Barcelona fit in Shaka Hislop's full rankings, as well as which clubs made the list this week and which dropped out, click here.

 By Chris Wright

Ronaldinho takes time out to pose with adoring fans -- Messi and Neymar

Alexis Sanchez's old man disguise, Ronaldinho's visit to Barca and an all-time dive highlight this edition of the Sweeper.

A very special guest graced Barcelona with a visit as the first team trained at the Joan Gamper training facility on Wednesday. Ronaldinho dropped in on his former club to wish them well ahead of their Copa del Rey final against Alaves this coming weekend.

The Brazilian legend even found time to pose for a photo with a couple of young admirers.

Real Madrid show the way forward as inconsistent Barcelona made to pay

Real Madrid players interrupted Zinedine Zidane's post-match press conference to soak him in champagne after they won La Liga.

Graham Hunter looks back on the best of the 2016-17 La Liga campaign in Spain and offers up a glimpse of what could happen in 2017-18.

That the Spanish title was won by a buccaneering, attacking and thrilling team is a beautiful thing to announce. Real Madrid aren't simply La Liga champions, they are identifiable proof that if there is any response to the possession-based football which, via Barcelona, has dominated Spain's top flight for almost a decade, then it's this.

Not to park the bus, stifle...

 By Chris Wright

Barcelona awarded ridiculous penalty vs. Eibar as Jordi Alba trips himself up

Gab Marcotti assesses Barcelona's current squad and discusses the areas they need to bolster ahead of 2017-18.
Gab Marcotti assesses Barcelona's current squad and discusses the areas they need to bolster ahead of 2017-18.
Gab Marcotti assesses Barcelona's current squad and discusses the areas they need to bolster ahead of 2017-18.

Not that it was enough to prevent Real Madrid from winning their first La Liga title since 2012, but Barcelona came from two goals down to beat Eibar 4-2 in their final match of the campaign.

While undeniably dramatic, the game didn't pass without controversy as Barca, still trailing at the time, were awarded one of the most farcical penalties of this or any other season in the 70th minute.

Indeed, referee Alejandro Jose Hernandez deemed there to be sufficient contact on Jordi Alba to warrant a...

Real Madrid wanted La Liga title more; typical Barcelona comeback in vain

The ESPN FC crew hail Zinedine Zidane for his part in bringing Real Madrid back to the summit in La Liga.

Five thoughts from the final weekend of the La Liga season as Real Madrid were confirmed as champions, Atletico Madrid said goodbye to the Calderon, and odds and ends were tied up elsewhere.

1. Madrid suffering makes the title joy even sweeter

So often during the 2016-17 season Real Madrid have left it late in games to win points, but on Sunday at Malaga Zinedine Zidane's side got things under control early to clinch a deserved title win.

Needing a draw, even if Barcelona won their game, Cristiano...