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PSG unstoppable in France

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Top 5 transfers in Europe: Martinez, Mandzukic, Imbula, Kondogbia, Castro

The ESPN FC experts discuss Carlos Bacca's possible transfer from Sevilla to AC MIlan, where Alejandro Moreno believes Bacca will be impressive at Milan.

If there's one thing we can be sure of in this summer's transfer window, it's that the Premier League will continue to be the epicentre of big business. The recent transfer of Dimitri Payet from Marseille to West Ham, for example, showed how uneven the playing field is, with a star leaving one of Europe's biggest traditional names for a reported salary of £65,000-a-week that the French giants couldn't dream of paying.

Yet there's plenty going on elsewhere in Europe. Italy is the biggest spender...

Ligue 1 teams sell a lot of their best players, but it's not a bad thing

ESPNFC's Janusz Michallik provides the lowdown on West Ham's recruitment of France international midfielder Dimitri Payet from Marseille.

Geoffrey Kondogbia (Internazionale), Dimitri Payet (West Ham), Giannelli Imbula (Porto), Franck Tabanou and Andre Ayew (both to Swansea City) have all already gone. Jordan Amavi, Fabinho, Idrissa Gueye, Yannick Ferreira-Carrasco or Raphael Guerreiro could follow soon.

A quick look at the current transfer window in Ligue 1 shows that this summer is no different than ones in the past: bigger clubs in bigger leagues come to do their shopping in France. The country continues to be the place to go...

The transfer window rumours and speculation promote hope among fans

Manchester United assistant manager Ryan Giggs says the club intends to make signings with star power, to return the club to the top of English football.

Will Manchester United ever sign Wesley Sneijder? Or Nicolas Gaitan? Produce a word cloud for the club's last eight transfer windows and those two would be in a font so big, you could see it from the moon.

Will Arsenal nail down William Carvalho or even his long obsolete prototype, the lesser-spotted Yann M'Vila? Could this the year that Liverpool finally sign a wincing Edinson Cavani?

Every summer transfer window seems to see the same football clubs linked with the same players, or at least the...

Uruguay, Brazil Copa America exits a positive for PSG

ESNFC's Mark Donaldson and Tommy Smyth separate fact from fiction in the latest round of Transfer Talk.

After Brazil's surprise exit to Paraguay on penalties in the quarterfinals on Saturday, only Argentine pair Javier Pastore and Ezequiel Lavezzi are now left to represent Paris Saint-Germain in this summer's Copa America.

With six players taking part in the tournament to begin with, the French champions were initially the second-best-represented team overall and Europe's number one supplier of talent in Chile. Once Ecuador and their seven Club Sport Emelec players were sent home after the group...

Marseille's offseason a disaster so far

Confusion over whether or not Marcelo Bielsa will even return as manager is adding to Marseille's summer stress.

It is sad but not unusual these days, unfortunately, to see police stationed around club's training grounds to protect the players. It usually means that things are not going great for your club though and Marseille have had their fair share of fan unrest through their history with ultras turning up at the training ground to "warn" or "wake up" the players after some bad results.

Nevertheless, it is almost unheard of that police are requested to turn up at a club's training ground for the start...

Areola loan to Villarreal makes perfect sense for PSG

ESNFC's Mark Donaldson and Tommy Smyth separate fact from fiction in the latest round of Transfer Talk.

It might have flown under the radar when announced earlier this week, but Villarreal CF's signing of Paris Saint-Germain's talented goalkeeper Alphonse Areola on a one-season loan deal -- without an option to buy -- is a very good piece of business for both clubs and the player.

The 22-year-old made a name for himself as the hero of the 2013 FIFA Under-20 World Cup final in Turkey, saving Uruguay's first two penalty attempts as France lifted the trophy for the first time in their history.

Following...