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Luis Enrique says there is 'no sadness' after last match as Barcelona boss

After capturing their third straight Copa del Rey, Steve Nicol doesn't think Barca will be pleased with their season overall.

There was no nostalgia from Luis Enrique on Saturday as he signed off as Barcelona manager by winning the Copa del Rey before saying there is no sadness as he walks away from the club after three years in charge of the first team.

Goals from Lionel Messi, Neymar and Paco Alcacer helped Barca beat Alaves 3-1 at the Vicente Calderon to win the Spanish Cup for the third consecutive season, clinching a ninth trophy for the Catalan club since Luis Enrique's appointment in 2014.

Only Pep Guardiola (14)...

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Diego Costa would only leave Chelsea for Atletico Madrid and rules out China

Aaron Ramsey's late goal earned Arsenal their thirteenth FA Cup triumph at Wembley.
Thibaut Courtois laments the decision to allow Arsenal's opener, where he feels Ramsey clearly interfered.
Antonio Conte addresses Arsenal's controversial goal in the FA Cup final, which he feels shouldn't have stood.

Diego Costa has said he would only leave Chelsea to join Atletico Madrid, while also confirming he has no interest in moving to China before the next World Cup.

The 28-year-old's future with Chelsea has been in doubt since a training-ground row with Blues boss Antonio Conte in January, and he had been linked to a big-money move to Tianjin Quanjian.

Costa also revealed earlier this season that he nearly returned last summer to Atletico, where he had spent four seasons before moving to Chelsea...

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Jose Mourinho leaving Antoine Griezmann deal to Ed Woodward

The FC panel try to sort through the conflicting messages and swirling rumours regarding Antoine Griezmann's future.
With rumours surely to intensify surrounding Antoine Griezmann and Manchester United, the FC panel talk what the striker will bring to Old Trafford.

Jose Mourinho has told Sky Sports News he has "no idea" how likely Manchester United are to sign Antoine Griezmann and that he is leaving all transfer business to executive vice-chairman Ed Woodward.

United have been keen on a move for Griezmann for some time and the France international said prior to the Europa League final that he rated his chances of a move to Old Trafford at "six" out of 10.

It had been reported that the deal was effectively done after United's Europa League success secured...

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Marco Asensio: Rafael Nadal was behind my move to Real Madrid

The FC crew evaluate where both Juventus and Real Madrid stand entering the UEFA Champions League final.
Gab Marcotti is skeptical Alvaro Morata will leave Real Madrid, even with AC Milan's new owners looking to make a splash.
Sid Lowe explains how Real's signing of Vinicius Junior demonstrates their strategy of signing star prospects early on.
Sid Lowe explains why it would not be worth the risk for Zinedine Zidane to start Gareth Bale over Isco in Cardiff.
Real Madrid have reached a deal to sign Brazilian teenage footballer Vinicius Junior for a reported fee of 45 million euros.

Marco Asensio has told Real Madrid TV that tennis player Rafael Nadal was behind his move from Real Mallorca to Real Madrid in 2015.

Asensio, 21, has broken into the first-team squad under Zinedine Zidane this season as Madrid have won La Liga and reached the Champions League final.

And his move to the Bernabeu came about as the result of a conversation between 14-time major winner Nadal, who was born in Mallorca but supports Los Blancos, and Madrid president Florentino Perez.

Marco Asensio
Marco Asensio has scored nine goals and assisted six more in all competitions for Real Madrid this season.

"That story is true,"...

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Zinedine Zidane: 'There are no words that can do Cristiano Ronaldo justice'

The FC crew evaluate where both Juventus and Real Madrid stand entering the UEFA Champions League final.
Gab Marcotti provides the latest on the tax fraud accusation against Cristiano Ronaldo and what comes next.

Real Madrid coach Zinedine Zidane has told UEFA.com "anything's possible" with Cristiano Ronaldo in his team ahead of next weekend's Champions League final. 

Los Blancos are looking to become the first team to retain the Champions League title when they take on Juventus in Cardiff.

Ronaldo became the first player to 100 goals in the competition earlier this season, and also notched his 400th goal for the club in all competitions, and helped them to win La Liga for the first time since 2012

"As...