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Barcelona make wise move with Sergio Busquets extension

The ESPN FC panel share their thoughts on the latest transfer rumours, including a potential move for Barco duo Dani Alves and Javier Mascherano to Turin.

Only two people, Sergio Busquets has said, could make him leave Barcelona. One is his partner, Elena Galera, and the other is the soon-to-be Manchester City manager, the man that handed him his Camp Nou bow in 2008, Pep Guardiola.

After Busquets committed his long-term future to Barca on Friday, though, penning a deal until 2021 with an option for two further years, it would appear neither have shown any intention of playing their part in moving the midfielder away from Catalonia. But perhaps...

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Atletico Madrid's Diego Simeone will remain at club, midfielder Tiago insists

Diego Simeone says losing in a final hurts, but what hurts him more is letting down fans who made the trip to see Atletico play.
Atletico Madrid head coach Diego Simeone speaks to the pain of losing two UCL finals against Real Madrid in three years.

Atletico Madrid midfielder Tiago has said he has "no doubt" that Diego Simeone will remain with the club.

Simeone, who has led Atletico to two Champions League finals in three years, opened the door for a potential exit from the Vicente Calderon in the aftermath of defeat to Real Madrid in the Champions League final on Saturday.

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But asked whether the Argentine boss would stay, Tiago was adamant he would and said: "I have no doubt."

Meanwhile, Atletico central defender Diego Godin has vowed that...

Real Madrid parade Champions League trophy in front of 30,000 fans

Real Madrid wasted no time in celebrating their Champions League win with an open-top bus parade.

MADRID -- Tens of thousands of fans braved the rain to greet Real Madrid's players as they returned home on Sunday following their triumph in the UEFA Champions League final in Milan.

Many waited all night after celebrating the team's penalty shooutout win over city rivals Atletico Madrid.

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The players arrived in Madrid at about 6 a.m. local time (0400 GMT) and travelled on an open bus to the club's traditional celebration spot, the Plaza de Cibeles, where an estimated 30,000 supporters welcomed...

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Real Madrid's James Rodriguez: I want to stay despite 'strange' season

ESPN FC's Gab Marcotti looks at Real Madrid since Zidane was named head coach, and his tremendous turnaround of the club.
Cristiano Ronaldo's right foot sealed Real Madrid's 11th Champions League final victory in Milan.
ESPN FC's Ale Moreno gives his critical breakdown on Real's performance over inter-city rivals Atletico.

James Rodriguez has said he is happy at Real Madrid and wants to learn from the "bad times" next season.

James, who joined Madrid from Monaco in 2014, has endured a difficult second season at the Bernabeu and was left on the bench for Saturday's Champions League final victory over Atletico Madrid.

The Colombia international does not appear to be part of Zinedine Zidane's plans and has been linked with a number of top clubs in Europe, but he said he wants to stay on at the club.

"In football you...

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Marc Bartra confirms that his Barcelona release clause is €8 million

Centre-back Marc Bartra made 24 total appearances for Barcelona in 2014-15.
Marc Bartra made 13 La Liga appearances for Barcelona this season, including nine from the bench.

Marc Bartra has placed a host of European clubs on alert after confirming that his release clause at Barcelona has been reduced to €8 million.

The defender made 13 appearances during the season for the Catalan club, meaning that the clause written into his contract --reported to previously been set at €40m -- has now dropped due to a lack of playing time.

Bartra confirmed the news at national team media conference on Saturday: "It's in the hands of Carles Puyol [Bartra's agent] and my...