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Mathieu an overpriced addition

ESPN FC's Alejandro Moreno predicts which team will have the better front four this season between Real Madrid and Barcelona.

Barcelona have officially confirmed the signing of Jeremy Mathieu from Valencia for a reported fee of 20 million euros. Newly appointed coach Luis Enrique and Andoni Zubizarreta both agree that the 30-year-old defender will improve the team's defensive capabilities thanks to his height, experience...

 Posted by PA Sport
6 hours ago

Rafinha happy Xavi is staying at Barca

ESPN FC's Alejandro Moreno predicts which team will have the better front four this season between Real Madrid and Barcelona.

Barcelona midfielder Rafinha Alcantara has expressed his delight at Xavi Hernandez's decision to stay at the Nou Camp next season.

Throughout the summer Xavi has been linked with a move away from the club where he has spent his entire career.

First Qatari club Al-Arabi were expected to capture his s...

 Posted by Graham Hunter
6 hours ago

Real prepare for a battle beyond Spain

ESPN FC's Craig Burley and Steve Nicol discuss how Carlo Ancelotti should manage the embarrassment of attacking riches at his disposal.

Even though it was a policy that exploded into life as far back as the 1950s, seeding the first-ever era of complete European domination, and even though Version 2.0 reinvigorated Real Madrid and won them domestic, European and world titles, there was a stage when it looked not only like the "gala...

 Posted by ESPN Staff
7 hours ago

Barcelona agree Jeremy Mathieu deal

Barcelona have agreed a 20 million euro fee to sign Jeremy Mathieu from Valencia to four-year contract at the Camp Nou, with the option of a further year.

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 Posted by Mike Whalley
7 hours ago

'FIFA treat Luis Suarez like a murderer'

The ESPN FC panel discuss which team has made the best transfer moves so far.

Iago Aspas has told Spanish radio that his former Liverpool teammate Luis Suarez has been "treated like a murderer" by FIFA.

Uruguay international Suarez is serving a four-month worldwide suspension from football-related activity after biting Italy's Giorgio Chiellini during a World Cup match in the...