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ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Man United's Gareth Bale hopes ruined by David De Gea, Real Madrid saga

The ESPN FC team wonder if Man United may ever get Gareth Bale but it looks like that ship has sailed...

As always, Transfer Talk has its finger on the pulse when it comes to the latest rumours and gossip -- even on the day after the window closes. See all the latest deals from this summer right here.

TOP STORY: Man United's Gareth Bale hopes are ruined

The summer transfer window may be over but the fallout is spreading across the footballing world. Manchester United and Real Madrid have been at war since David De Gea's failed move to the Bernabeu, and the Daily Star now reports that the collapse...

Real Madrid's squad can now be dissected with transfer window shut

Real Madrid failed to land a trademark multi-million pound signing this transfer market despite spending nearly 90 million on others.

Real Madrid's surreal end of the transfer window and the no-less surreal statements from both Los Blancos and Manchester United regarding the failed move of David De Gea to the Bernabeu may have hidden the most relevant point: the squad is complete, at least until December, and its strengths and weaknesses can now be dissected.

The most intuitive way to examine whether or not the team has enough depth and balance to fight for all competitions is the classic "Do they have two players per position?"...

Real Madrid get better of De Gea saga; Barca goalies also under pressure

While transfer deadline day may have lacked a marquee signing, take a look at the more memorable moments as Manchester United's saga with David De Gea came to a solution while Southampton bolstered their defence.

One of the key things that magicians, con artists and pickpockets do when they wish to deceive you is distract your attention. They misdirect you. Frankly, that's happening now while both Real Madrid and Manchester United stoke the wrong part of the David De Gea story -- "It was your fault!" "No, it was your fault!" -- while fuming and issuing angry communiqués.

When two behemoths of the club game fall out, it's usually entertaining, and it often stains their sheen of magnificence and omnipotence....

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Arsenal baulked at Edinson Cavani fee, Real may owe De Gea compensation

Arsenal have played down rumours that they made a late move for PSG's Edinson Cavani.

As always, Transfer Talk has its finger on the pulse when it comes to the latest rumours and gossip -- even on the day the window closes. See all the latest deals from this summer right here.

TOP STORY: Arsenal turned down Cavani, Zaza deals

Arsenal fans were understandably underwhelmed by a summer transfer window which saw them left as the only club in Europe's top five leagues not to sign an outfield player, though it appears that Arsene Wenger could have bought the big-name, big-money forward...

Manchester United and Real Madrid both lose in David De Gea debacle

ESPN FC's Craig Burley is at odds as to what happens next for Manchester United now that David De Gea will remain at Old Trafford.

When there's success, everybody takes credit. When faced with failure, we all point fingers and blame one another.

Make no mistake about it: the collapse of David De Gea's move to Real Madrid is a failure. The fact that it could have been worse, that there might be a silver lining, doesn't change that.

That's why both clubs began the spin and blame games almost as soon as it emerged that the deal was dead.

There was talk of documents that couldn't be opened -- prompting endless hilarity on the Web,...

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Real Madrid have measure of Man United despite De Gea confusion

David De Gea's potential move to Real Madrid descended into farce on Monday as it was claimed the Spanish club failed to sign him in time.

Neither side is yet accepting blame for Monday's farcical breakdown of goalkeeper David De Gea's move from Manchester United to Real Madrid. Nor are they likely to.

Though a wrong file format is being blamed for Madrid's failure to ratify the deal before the 00:00 CET deadline, the truth of De Gea being left in limbo lies in the brinkmanship of the deal being taken to the last minute of the Spanish transfer window.

Two clubs who had once shared historically cordial relations since first meeting...