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Hunger is back at Barca


PSG coy on Alves link

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Dani Alves yet to agree move away from Barcelona with contract up

Barcelona sporting director Andoni Zubizarreta has confirmed Dani Alves will leave Barcelona when his contract expires at the end of the 2014-15 season.
New York City FC forward David Villa insists he'd love to see ex-Barcelona teammate Xavi join him at the MLS outfit.

Dani Alves has insisted he has not yet agreed to join another club when his Barcelona contract expires in the summer.

Alves, who turns 32 before the end of the season, has been at the Camp Nou for seven years after moving from Sevilla for a fee in the region of £23 million.

The Brazil international could be set to move on with both Manchester United and Paris Saint-Germain linked.

He insists he is happy at Barca, though he knows the club are very much in control of his future.

Dani Alves served up on a silver platter the winner for Malaga, who ended Barcelona's 11-match winning streak.
Dani Alves has played 209 La Liga games for Barca.

"My heart is...

Barcelona summer arrivals have brought hunger back to the Camp Nou

The ESPN FC panel answer your tweets on England's Euro 2016 chances, Andres Iniesta's future and the best candidates to replace Xavi Hernandez at Barcelona.

One of the most intriguing conundrums of modern football is how today's coaches motivate dressing rooms full of millionaires. It must be an incredibly difficult task when just a few months' wages of some footballers is sufficient for most people to retire for the rest of their days.

This is especially the case at the very highest level where the wages are greater and the differences between rival players and teams theoretically should be slight. At this stage of the season when trophies are up...

Arsenal defender Hector Bellerin explains switch from Barcelona

Hector Bellerin has made the most of his chance this season.

Arsenal right-back Hector Bellerin has said he is unsure if he would have made the grade if he had stayed at Barcelona and is pleased to have been given a chance by Arsene Wenger.

Bellerin, 20, has deputised for the injured Mathieu Debuchy this season and has looked comfortable despite having started the season without a Premier League appearance to his name.

The Spaniard went on loan to Watford in the English Championship in 2013-14 and has developed well since leaving the Camp Nou at the age of...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Lionel Messi ranks top in 2015, Cristiano Ronaldo 29th - CIES study

Argentine football star Lionel Messi and his teammates were spotted today at the Pacers vs Wizards NBA game.
Lionel Messi and the Argentina national squad train at Georgetown University in Washington, D.C. ahead of the friendly internationals against El Salvador and Ecuador.
Cristiano Ronaldo has some work to do to catch up.

Lionel Messi has been the best performing forward in Europe's elite leagues in 2015, according to a CIES Football Observatory study, while it ranked Cristiano Ronaldo only 29th among forwards.

The CIES study assessed players in La Liga, the Premier League, the Bundesliga, Ligue 1 and Serie A according to six Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) -- shooting, chance creation, take-ons, distribution, recovery and rigour.


1. Lionel Messi - 75 (94 games) - Barcelona
1. Cristiano Ronaldo - 75 (111) - Man Utd, Real Madrid
3. Raul - 71 (142) - Real Madrid, Schalke 04
4. Ruud van Nistelrooy - 56 (73) - PSV, Man Utd, Real Madrid
5. Thierry Henry - 50 (112) - Monaco, Arsenal, Barcelona

Barcelona star Messi, who has scored 17 goals in La Liga since Jan. 1, rated as...

Hristo Stoichkov slams Louis van Gaal for Barcelona exit

ESPN FC's Paul Mariner believes Louis Van Gaal is finally putting his players where they are the most comfortable.
The ESPN FC panel talk managerial tactics and debate whether or not Manchester United manager Louis van Gaal got the better of Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers.
Manchester United manager Louis van Gaal hailed his side's 2-1 Premier League win at Liverpool as one of the biggest of his career, as the Old Trafford club took a big step towards securing Champions League football next season.
The ESPN FC crew break down the tactical change for Juan Mata in Manchester United's formation against Liverpool.

Hristo Stoichkov has hit out at Louis van Gaal, claiming the current Manchester United manager engineered his departure from Barcelona.

The Bulgaria legend played for Van Gaal briefly during the 1997-98 season, when Stoichkov had returned to the Camp Nou and the Dutchman had arrived from Ajax.

And Stoichkov, a forward who scored 314 goals in his club career, told L'Equipe: "I don't have any respect for him. He's a bastard.

"One day, when I was injured and I was with my wife at the Camp Nou, he went...