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Dortmund could reap big reward from additional Gundogan season

ESPN FC's Janusz Michallik and Alexis Nunes weigh in on Ilkay Gundogan's decision to extend his contract with Borussia Dortmund.

Ilkay Gundogan has added a year to his current deal at Borussia Dortmund. While his new contract -- now valid until 2017 -- kills off speculation for this current transfer window, his long-term commitment to the club is still cloudy. The extension is a decision that has provoked a lot of controversy among BVB fans, but it still might pay off for the club and the player in the long run. Some are happy to see the central midfielder play for another season for the club, while some are fed up with...

 By Michael Cox

Defensive forwards a common trait among Europe's elite

ESPN FC's Mark Donaldson and Steve Nicol assess Man City's potential transfer targets and predict which ones will end up at the Etihad.

Ask an Arsenal supporter about their memories of the "Invincibles" season of 2003-04, and they'll probably mention Thierry Henry's goal return, Dennis Bergkamp's creative genius or Robert Pires' tricky wing play. But one of the most exhilarating parts of Arsenal's play was, somewhat surprisingly, when their star man conceded possession.

Henry's poor touches were few and far between, but when a misplaced pass went to an opponent rather than a teammate, the Frenchman made it his own personal mission...

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Paul Pogba wanted by Barcelona, Ilkay Gundogan ready to make up mind

ESPNFC's Mark Donaldson and Tommy Smyth dissect the latest round of transfer rumours.
It's hard to imagine any single player making Barcelona any better. Paul Pogba might be one of the exceptions.

All the latest and greatest rumours and tidbits on the transfer moves teams around the world will be making this summer and beyond!

Braida: 'Everyone wants' Pogba

Barcelona director Ariedo Braida is a master at overstating the obvious. "Everyone wants him," the man in charge of Barca's international transfer scouting said of Paul Pogba on Gazzetta TV.

To be fair, he's right. In recent months Transfer Talk has linked the Frenchman to clubs from Paris to Madrid to Manchester. And, of course,...

Jurgen Klopp auctioning off rug woven in his likeness for charity

ESPN FC's Paul Mariner examines Jurgen Klopp's future and his decision to take a break from football.

Following a tearful goodbye from his seven-year "real love" affair with Borussia Dortmund, Jurgen Klopp is set to take a break away from football "until further notice," and will certainly take an even longer break from the Westfalenstadion. However, he has now presented BVB supporters with the chance to buy a lasting memory of him as he auctions off a black and yellow rug with a caricature of his face woven into it on eBay.

The TWR Teppichwascherei & Reparatur Center Dortmund (TWR Carpet Laundry...

Jurgen Klopp misses out on Hollywood ending in Borussia Dortmund farewell

"People told me that if we'd won the DFB Cup this season, it would've been a bit of a cheesy ending. Perhaps a bit too American ... I'm happy that we're all so realistic. It's better that way," Jurgen Klopp said in Berlin with a wry smile. Of course, it wasn't better that way; everyone wearing black and yellow would have preferred the Hollywood ending.

After Borussia Dortmund's 3-1 German Cup final loss to VfL Wolfsburg, there was not going to be another magical title celebration with Klopp and...

No fairytale ending for Dortmund's Jurgen Klopp, but fitting all the same

Wolfsburg rebound after conceding an early goal to win their first ever German Cup title.

It was, Jurgen Klopp had said, "one of the best football stories I know." But the story in question, his seven-year stint at Borussia Dortmund, came with a rather down-beat end.

The manager's epochal reign petered out in hapless, futile efforts to turn a 3-1 deficit around after the break and resulted in BVB's second DFB Cup final defeat in as many years.

"I'm trying to get over it but it's brutal," the 47-year-old said after the final whistle, struggling to keep his emotions in check. The despondency...