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Five Aside
 By Rob Train

Unai Emery a logical choice for Real Madrid in the future

ESPN FC's Sid Lowe discusses whether or not Carlo Ancelotti will remain with Real Madrid, after being defeated by Juventus in the Champions League semifinals and conceding the La Liga title to Barcelona.

The jury is still out on whether or not Saturday's match against Getafe will be Carlo Ancelotti's last in the Bernabeu dugout. It seems incredible that the coach who delivered the all-consuming Decima after a 12-year wait should be tentatively perusing the jobs section of Managers' Weekly, and I suspect that the Italian will be retained until his contract expires at the end of next season.

There simply aren't a lot of people the Real Madrid board can get who are better qualified than Ancelotti....

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If Carlo Ancelotti leaves Real Madrid, who should replace him?

The FC TV panel have had their say, but what do you think? Vote now!

Just a year after winning the Champions League, Carlo Ancelotti looks set to pay with his job for failing to bring any major silverware to Real Madrid this season. 

Suggestions that the Italian is to be sacked have lead to speculation as to who might replace him and two names have emerged as favourites. 

Who should replace Carlo Ancelotti?

Rafa Benitez won La Liga -- twice -- and the UEFA Cup with Valencia and also won the Champions League at Liverpool and led Chelsea to a Europa League triumph. 

Meanwhile, Jurgen...

Carlo Ancelotti needs to be backed,
not burned, by the Real Madrid board

ESPN FC's Sid Lowe discusses whether or not Carlo Ancelotti will remain with Real Madrid, after being defeated by Juventus in the Champions League semifinals and conceding the La Liga title to Barcelona.

The fact that Carlo Ancelotti will watch on from the stands on Saturday, perhaps with cigarette in-hand, while others call the shots in Real Madrid's final match of the season is both apt and ironic as the Italian's two-year stint in the Spanish capital comes to a probable close.

Ancelotti's two-match Liga suspension means assistants Fernando Hierro and Paul Clement will take charge on the sidelines as Madrid play for pride against city rivals Getafe while Luis Enrique's Barcelona lift their 23rd...

 By Rob Train

Will Real Madrid's summer overhaul be big or small?

ESPN FC's Gab Marcotti talks about the speculation of Gareth Bale returning to the Premier League.

For most clubs in Europe, finishing runners-up in their league, reaching the domestic cup quarterfinals and making a Champions League last-four appearance would be regarded as a pretty decent season.

Real Madrid, of course, are not one of those clubs.

With confirmation at 9 p.m. on Sunday night that Real will finish the season trophy-less -- despite a spirited attempt by the pro-Madrid sports dailies to spare Merengues too much discomfort by plastering Real's basketball team's ninth European Cup...

Barcelona win the title, Ronaldo as top scorer - Five things learned in La Liga

ESPN FC's Alejandro Moreno discusses the elements that led to FC Barcelona's season turnaround, which culminated in the Catalan side securing the league title.

Five things from the weekend's La Liga action, as the title was secured while the relegation race got as tight as ever.

1. Xavi's role in Barca's title win

Barcelona claimed their 23rd La Liga title on Sunday in a way that was very typical of their season, with a solid defence and superstar Lionel Messi making the difference at the other end. The 1-0 win at Atletico Madrid means Luis Enrique has won the title in his first season as coach, while the blaugrana have won seven of the 11 La Liga titles...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Talking Points: Juve-Barca, De Gea, Boca Juniors, Gerrard, Ancelotti

Manchester United manager Louis van Gaal admits there is nothing more he can do to persuade David de Gea to stay at Old Trafford.

Football always inspires debate, and this weekend was no exception. Here are five burning questions on the ESPN FC radar.

Vote and comment below or on Twitter using the hashtag #FCtalkingpoints.

David De Gea was subbed off in the 74th minute against Arsenal for Victor Valdes with an apparent injury. The applause for the Spaniard, who waved to the Old Trafford crowd as he walked off, seemed to have a farewell tone to it as De Gea has been linked to a summer move to Real Madrid.

Will David De Gea play for Manchester United next season?

Juventus rode...