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 By Eren Sarigul

Arda Turan's agent denies contact with Arsenal; client happy at Barcelona

The FC panel yet again debate Arsene Wenger's impact at Arsenal, and if his vision should still be trusted at the club.

The agent of Barcelona's Arda Turan has denied receiving an offer or enquiry from Arsenal regarding his client.

The Times on Thursday reported that Arsenal are plotting a £25 million move for the attacking midfielder, with the former Atletico Madrid man tipped as a replacement for Mesut Ozil, who is out of contract at the end of next season.

However, Turan's agent Ahmet Bulut revealed that he has not heard from Arsenal regarding his client.

"There is currently no offer, there is nothing to speak...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Liverpool's Philippe Coutinho would 'totally fit' Barcelona - Neymar

Barcelona boss Luis Enrique had an unusual problem to deal with in a recent press conference, a sleeping journalist!

Barcelona and Brazil star Neymar says Philippe Coutinho would "totally fit" at the Camp Nou, and counted his countryman as a Premier League player he would like to see join the Blaugrana.

Neymar and Coutinho are in Uruguay ahead of Brazil's top-of-the-table World Cup qualifier against La Celeste on Thursday.

However, the former Santos man said in a pre-recorded interview with PokerStars that he sees the Liverpool maestro as natural to one day put on a Barcelona shirt, despite having recently...

 By Sid Lowe

Julen Lopetegui trusting his young stars as new Spain generation begins

Andres Iniesta describes why the Spain national team has such a strong bond despite their many club differences.
Lopetegui is leaning on players he knows and trusts from his days coaching Spain's junior sides to glory.

LAS ROZAS DE MADRID, Spain -- There were a lot of familiar faces at Las Rozas this week as the Spanish national team's headquarters welcomed back men who have spent an enormous amount of time there over the years. Not just Andres Iniesta or Sergio Ramos, either, but pretty much all of them. If some of the Spain squad that gathered a short distance north-west of Madrid are a little less recognisable to football fans around the world, everyone here knows them very well indeed, from the groundsmen...