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FIFA: No Santos complaint against Barcelona over Lucas Lima approach

Brazil international Lucas Lima is reported to have a pre-contract agreement with Barcelona.

Santos have not made a complaint against Barcelona about any illegal approach for Lucas Lima, a spokesman for FIFA has told ESPN FC.

Barca have been linked with a move for Lima, who is out of contract at the end of the year, and sources have told ESPN Brasil that a pre-contract agreement has been reached ahead of a January transfer.

However, as the Brazil international's terms do not expire until Dec. 31 he is not permitted to hold talks with other clubs until July 1, when he enters the final six...

Brazil international Lucas Lima agrees deal to join Barcelona from Santos

With reports indicating Barca rejected a hefty bid for Andre Gomes, the FC panel debate the future for the young midfielder.
Sid Lowe explains why Marco Verratti reminds him of Xavi Hernandez and assesses Barcelona's other transfer options.
Steve Nicol thinks Marco Verratti would be a great fit for Barcelona, but Alejandro Moreno worries about his health.
Lucas Lima will officially join Barcelona in January.

Brazil international midfielder Lucas Lima will join Barcelona in January when his contract with Santos expires, the player has confirmed to ESPN Brasil.

Lima, 26, has a deal with Santos until the end of the year, and as of July 1 he will be free to sign a pre-contract agreement with Barca.

The midfielder has agreed a five-year deal worth €4 million per season with the La Liga club, including €5m in bonus payments. He will move to Europe in the new year.

The company run by Neymar's...

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ESPN FC's Liga MX Clausura Playoff Awards: MVP, unsung hero and more

The guys discuss their top three Mexico players of all time, the best MLS rivalries and the controversial Liga MX final.

The 2017 Clausura has come and gone, with Chivas crowned champions for the first time since 2006. We've laid out the good, the bad and the ugly of the season and named our best and most disappointing XIs. Now, our experts Tom Marshall, Nayib Moran, Cesar Hernandez and Eric Gomez make their picks for most valuable player, unsung hero and more. Have your say and vote below!

Most valuable player

Alan Pulido (left) or Rodolfo Cota (right)? Who was the MVP of the 2017 Clausura playoffs?

Alan Pulido, FW, Chivas

This is a difficult one because Chivas' championship victory was all about...

 By Tom Marshall

Tigres, Gignac beat Monterrey to roll into Clausura playoff semifinals

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Nahuel Guzman and Guido Pizarro of Tigres celebrate after advancing to the semifinals of the Clausura playoffs.

Andre-Pierre Gignac continued his fine form on Saturday, netting both goals in Tigres' 2-0 victory over city rival Monterrey to send Tigres through to the semifinals of the 2017 Clausura with a 6-1 aggregate win.

Gignac scored from a direct free kick in first-half injury time and finished in the 68th minute to make it 2-0. The goals take the France international to 10 over his last seven Liga MX matches.

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The Clasico Regio victory saw reigning Liga MX champions Tigres advance 6-1 on aggregate...

 By Nayib Moran

Tigres rolling at perfect time; Clasico Tapatio showcases Mexican football

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Andre-Pierre Gignac and Tigres rolled to a first-leg win against Monterrey in the Clasico Regio.

Here are five takeaways after Toluca, Tigres, Morelia and Atlas picked up wins in the first leg of their Clausura Liguilla quarterfinal matches.

1. Tigres' loud roar heard across the country

After 20 minutes of play in the 111th edition of the the Clasico Regio, Monterrey's style of play was distinguishable. Carlos Sanchez, Dorlan Pabon and Yimmi Chara were getting quality touches on the ball, while Tigres was having a tough time getting the ball to Andre-Pierre Gignac, who throughout the evening...