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 By Chris Wright

Deportivo cancel Julio Rey transfer after discovering insulting tweet

Julio Rey
Julio Rey has shown the dangers of social media.

Spare a thought for 20-year-old winger Julio Rey who, after spending his entire career milling around in the Spanish fourth tier, found himself on the brink of joining Deportivo La Coruna over the weekend, only to see his big move dashed at the 11th hour.

The stage was set. Deportivo had agreed to a deal to sign Rey and had even gone as far as having his official unveiling photos taken for their website. However, as a formality, Depor had their legal department trawl back through Rey's social media...

 By Mike Whalley

Luis Alberto leaves Liverpool for loan at Deportivo La Coruna

Luis Alberto spent last season on loan at Malaga.

Liverpool midfielder Luis Alberto has joined Spanish club Deportivo La Coruna on a season's loan.

The former Spain under-21 international completed the move after passing a medical, Deportivo confirmed.

He has not started a Premier League game for Liverpool since arriving from Sevilla for £6.8 million in June 2013, and spent last season on loan in Spain with Malaga.

 By Mike Whalley

Liverpool's Luis Alberto set for second Spanish loan move - sources

The ESPN FC crew answer your questions regarding whether Christian Benteke will move to Liverpool and who will score in the Women's World Cup final.
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Defensive reinforcements are high on the agenda of several Premier League teams, as they look to strengthen their respective backlines.

Liverpool midfielder Luis Alberto will be allowed to leave the club on loan again next season, sources have told ESPN FC.

Former Spain under-21 international Alberto has struggled to make an impact since arriving at Anfield from Sevilla for £6.8m in 2013.

The 22-year-old spent last season on loan at Malaga, and Deportivo La Coruna are reportedly interested in striking a similar deal for the new campaign.

Alberto has made only nine Premier League appearances for Liverpool, all of them as a substitute,...

Xavi Hernandez dismisses claims over Barcelona-Deportivo La Coruna draw

Andres Iniesta is replaced by Xavi, who makes his 151st appearance in the Champions League and his final match with Barcelona.
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Xavi Hernandez has rubbished allegations that Barcelona eased off to allow Deportivo La Coruna to get the point they needed to escape relegation in the final game of the season.

Barca had already been confirmed as champions ahead of their match with Depor at the Camp Nou, and with an hour gone were 2-0 up.

At that point, Deportivo looked sure to be relegated -- but goals from Lucas Perez and Diogo Salomao salvaged a crucial 2-2 draw for the Galicians.

Captain Alberto Lopo subsequently said that,...

Lionel Messi scores twice in Xavi's Camp Nou farewell as Barcelona draw

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Lionel Messi brought his goal tally to 43 in La Liga this season as Barcelona capped their campaign with a draw.

Xavi's Camp Nou farewell was spoiled slightly as Deportivo La Coruna fought back from two goals down to draw 2-2 against Barcelona and guarantee their Primera Division survival in the process.

Long-serving midfielder Xavi will bring an end to an 18-year Barca career when he leaves for Qatari side Al-Sadd in the summer and Lionel Messi looked to have given him the perfect send-off when he scored in both halves to put the newly-crowned champions into a 2-0 lead.

But Deportivo were fighting for their...