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ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Trending: Neymar to stand trial over corruption, Man United draw Chelsea

Barcelona's Luis Enrique says it's important that the players hear supportive fans, not jeers and whistles.
The FC crew break down Barcelona's dismal showing against Leganes, and discuss their fans booing the team and Luis Enrique.

Here are the latest stories for Monday.

BARCELONA: Neymar has lost his final appeal and will stand trial on corruption charges related to his transfer to Barcelona four years ago.

- President Josep Maria Bartomeu has said Luis Enrique has the full backing of the club.

- Lionel Messi's late penalty spared Barcelona further embarrassment as they bounced back from their Champions League humiliation by beating struggling Leganes 2-1 in La Liga.

- Andres Iniesta says Barcelona's...

Gareth Bale back with a bang for Real Madrid; Barcelona stumble to victory

Zinedine Zidane is pleased to have Gareth Bale back and scoring after the Welshman was sidelined for three months.

Five thoughts from the weekend's action in La Liga as the top four all win -- but under very different circumstances for leaders Real Madrid and second-place Barcelona.

1. Bale back with a bang

Eighty-eight days after he injured an ankle against Sporting Lisbon in late November, Gareth Bale returned midway through the second half of Saturday's home clash with Espanyol. Just 12 minutes later, he sprinted onto Isco's through ball, easily outpacing the entire opposition defence before calmly and confidently...

Lionel Messi rescues tired Barcelona with both goals in win vs. Leganes

The FC crew break down Barcelona's dismal showing against Leganes, and discuss their fans booing the team and Luis Enrique.

Lionel Messi's 90th-minute penalty kick kept Barcelona's La Liga title hopes alive as they beat Leganes 2-1 at the Camp Nou on Sunday. Messi had given manager Luis Enrique's side an early lead, but Unai Lopez's second-half strike looked to have secured a point for the visitors. With the clock ticking down, Neymar earned a spot kick and Messi fired home from 12 yards.

Barca are still one point behind league leaders Real Madrid and have played a game more, but it was almost so much worse.

Positives ...

Pep Guardiola ready to pay £100 million to lure Lionel Messi to Man City

The FC panel answer your tweets on whether or not Barca should sell Lionel Messi and Man United's chances of winning the Europa League.

Transfer deadline day has come and gone, but Transfer Talk is already monitoring the whispers ahead of all the summer moves. Check out all the latest deals here.

City consider landmark Messi move

Manchester City are preparing a monstrous £100 million offer for Lionel Messi, according to the Mirror, as Barcelona sweat on the Argentinian's alarming contract situation.

Pep Guardiola wants to make his former player a priority this summer, particularly given that the 29-year-old has just one year...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Arsenal or Barcelona: Which club has bigger issues at present?

The FC TV panel have their say, but what do you think? Vote now!

It was a chastening midweek for two of Europe's biggest clubs, as Arsenal and Barcelona both suffered humiliating defeats in the first leg of the Champions League round of 16. Inevitably, talk of crisis has followed for both, but which side has greater problems?

On the face of it, both Arsenal and Barcelona have plenty to play for this season. The Gunners are fourth in the Premier League, two points off second, and remain in the FA Cup.

The Blaugrana, meanwhile, sit second in La Liga, one...

 By Sid Lowe

Criticism of Luis Enrique is not new but reflects Barcelona's identity issues

Sid Lowe suggests that Barcelona have been gradually losing their identity far before their UCL thumbing by PSG.

"Hunting season is open," Luis Enrique declared. The media closed in, and so did the Barcelona directors: they were looking for someone to take his place. There was tension between players and coach; no way could he last beyond the season's end. The president and his board were worried that they might not last, either, their own culpability cowering behind the coach even as their credibility was bound up in him. Everything was falling apart. An ultimatum was delivered, crisis gripped. In one poll,...