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POS TEAM W D L PTS
1 Barcelona 29 4 5 91
2 Real Madrid 28 6 4 90
3 Atletico 28 4 6 88
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What's trending: Mourinho confirmed by Man United, Ronaldo eyes UCL win

ESPN FC's Paul Mariner does not feel Manchester United will immediately be league favourites under Jose Mourinho.

Here are the latest stories from Friday.

MANCHESTER UNITED: Manchester United have announced that former Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho has become their new manager. He has signed a three-year contract with the option for a further year.

- Mourinho said that he wants to "forget the past three years" that Manchester United have suffered, in his first interview since being appointed as the club's manager.

- Miguel Delaney gives the inside track on how Mourinho landed the job and what's next. ESPN FC...

How Zinedine Zidane has transformed Real Madrid in just six months

The ESPN FC crew debate who will win the Champions League Final between Real Madrid and Atletico Madrid.

Real Madrid is Zidane's first proper managerial job but you wouldn't know it based on his work so far.

If you're trying to make sense of Zinedine Zidane's catalytic effect on Real Madrid since taking over, it's useful to bring Sir Alex Ferguson's most famous utterance about Marcello Lippi into play.

In the late 1990s, United were on a roll, English football had bent its knee more or less but Europe was thornier than a bunch of thistles down your underpants. Juventus, in particular. Prior to United winning the Treble in 1999, they'd lost three out of four contests with Lippi's Italian champions....

Toni Kroos plays down links to Manchester City, happy at Real Madrid

Toni Kroos' brother feels the Real Madrid midfielder would thrive in the Premier League.

Toni Kroos says he has had no contact with Pep Guardiola over a possible move to Manchester City this summer.

Kroos, 26, left Bayern Munich for Real Madrid two years ago after winning the Bundesliga and DFB Pokal Double under Guardiola.

In recent weeks, he has been linked with a switch away from the Bernabeu. But the Germany midfielder said he's not reading too much into the reports.

When asked whether Guardiola had contacted him about a possible transfer to Manchester City, Kroos told Suddeutsche...

Jose Mourinho-Pedro Leon 2010 Real Madrid spat revived by Jerzy Dudek

Ex-Real Madrid midfielder Pedro Leon took issue with Jerzy Dudek's account of 2010 incidents with Jose Mourinho.

Ex-Real Madrid midfielder Pedro Leon has denied claims by former teammate Jerzy Dudek about his falling out with Jose Mourinho when they were all at the Estadio Santiago Bernabeu five years ago.

Leon impressed as a youngster for Spain, and was a particular favourite of Blancos fans and pundits when he was bought from Getafe for €10 million by the Bernabeu club in summer 2010.

However, Mourinho may not have shared this positive view of the then 23-year-old's potential, and rarely used the playmaker...

 By Mark Rodden

Hatem Ben Arfa hopes to reach level of Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi

Real Madrid star Cristiano Ronaldo calms injury fears after he limped out of Real Madrid's training this week.

Hatem Ben Arfa believes he still has time to reach the same level as Barcelona and Real Madrid stars Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo.

Ben Arfa, 29, is out of contract at Nice this summer and able to move on a free transfer after an incredible return to form resulted in him being shortlisted by his fellow professionals for the Ligue 1 Player of the Year award, which was won by Zlatan Ibrahimovic.

In an interview published in Le Parisien on Friday, Ben Arfa indicated that Barcelona, Lyon, and Paris...