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Arda Turan transfer to Barcelona tainted by institutional dysfunction

The ESPN FC crew react to Barcelona's signing of Arda Turan from Atletico Madrid.

Barcelona have confirmed the signing of Arda Turan after agreeing to a transfer fee of €34 million, plus a potential €7 million extra in variables, with Atletico Madrid. The midfielder, who will not be able to play a single minute of football for the Catalans until January 2016 due to the club's transfer ban, has signed a five-year contract with a reported salary of €8m per season.

Having scored 22 goals and given 32 assists in an impressive 178 appearances in just four years,...

 By Lee Roden

Montoya exit another example of disturbing trend at Barcelona

The ESPN FC panel discuss the recent reports that Paul Pogba may be on his way to Camp Nou, and what implication this move would have.

It isn't controversial to say that Martin Montoya's departure from Barcelona for Internazionale on Friday passed with minimal fuss.

The shadow of Dani Alves has blocked the younger right-back's path to the Blaugrana first 11 for a couple of years now, and when a reunion with his old Barca B boss Luis Enrique still wasn't enough to push him up the club's pecking order, it felt like the final nail in the player's coffin had been hammered home.

Montoya's tale is a cautionary but familiar one,...

 By Lee Roden

Turan would be a perfect Luis Enrique signing for Barcelona

ESPN FC's Gabriele Marcotti talks Paul Pogba transfer rumours, and how the Juventus midfielder will eventually move for the right price.

Arda Turan transfer rumours are becoming a yearly sport in Madrid. Every summer the Turkey international or his agent make rumbles about itchy feet, and every summer he ultimately stays at the Vicente Calderon. Rinse and repeat.

When this year's bout of stories appeared, there was a different feeling in the air, however. This time there seemed to be long-term thinking at work, the sensation that he has reached a natural end-point to his time at Atletico Madrid, as well as claims he told dressing...

 By Lee Roden

Denis Suarez's Barcelona block could be a blessing in disguise

Bayern Munich and Germany defender Jerome Boateng addresses the moment when he slipped and fell when squaring off with Lionel Messi in the Champions League.

Denis Suarez could be forgiven for feeling let down this month.

Despite suggestions that a Europa League-winning season at Sevilla would be capped off with a dream chance to play for the team who went one better when it comes to European trophies, the youngster has just learned that he will not be making an early return to FC Barcelona.

Though he signed for Barca two years ago now, Suarez's relationship with his parent club has been a convoluted one. He joined from Manchester City on the understanding...

Paul Pogba is Barcelona's most logical signing this transfer season

ESPN FC's Gabriele Marcotti talks Paul Pogba transfer rumours, and how the Juventus midfielder will eventually move for the right price.

Only three weeks have passed since Lionel Messi, Neymar, Luis Suarez and the rest of their Barcelona teammates lifted the Champions League trophy in Berlin. Contrary to what many would believe, such a remarkable achievement has not managed to keep fans fully satisfied for even a month.

Inevitably, Culers have already shifted their focus toward finding ways to improve the current squad. Despite the Blaugranas' being banned from signing any players until January 2016, due to their breaching the rules...

Six reasons why Lionel Messi is the world's best

Bayern Munich and Germany defender Jerome Boateng addresses the moment when he slipped and fell when squaring off with Lionel Messi in the Champions League.

In a career of many milestones, Lionel Messi celebrated another -- his 28th birthday -- on Wednesday. To mark the occasions, here are the six things that make the Barcelona and Argentina star so special.

1. Scorer supreme

Messi is pretty much infallible in front of goal and even on the rare occasion when he is off his game, he isn't afraid to continue attempting shots until he finally gets his reward -- as proved by the 261 shots he needed to score his 56 goals last season.

His impressive...