Raphael Varane has 'a ton of leverage' amid Man United link (1:40)
Should Messi consider a pay cut if Barcelona asks him to? (1:10)
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13hSam Marsden and Moises Llorens

Laporta: Barca financially worse off than expected

Joan Laporta has said Barcelona are in an even worse position than he imagined when he was elected as president in March.

Barcelona officially signs Memphis Depay (0:21)
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Barca complete Depay signing from Lyon

Barcelona have completed the signing of Lyon forward Memphis Depay on a free transfer, the Catalan club have confirmed.

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Barcelona's Griezmann eyes MLS in '24

Antoine Griezmann said he would like to see out his playing days in MLS to realise a long-held desire to live in the United States.

Tearful Sergio Ramos says goodbye to Real Madrid (0:30)
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4dAlex Kirkland and Rodrigo Faez

Ramos: Real Madrid withdrew contract offer

Sergio Ramos has insisted that he "never wanted to leave Real Madrid" and claimed he would have accepted a one-year contract extension.

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4dJon Molyneux-Carter

Transfer grades: PSG get a B for Wijnaldum

The summer transfer window is upon us. Here are the big deals and how we rate them, with PSG signing Georginio Wijnaldum from Liverpool.

Should Real Madrid let Varane follow Ramos out the door? (0:47)
5dTom Hamilton

Depay on Barcelona: I want to play for Koeman

Memphis Depay's Lyon contract expires on June 30 and he has long been linked with a move to the La Liga giants on a free transfer.

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6dSam Marsden and Moises Llorens

Sources: Depay close as Barca shake-up goes on

Barcelona's summer shake-up is set to continue this week with the signing of Memphis Depay and the departures of squad players, sources told ESPN.

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6dAdriana Garcia

Spain's 'historic debt' paid as women turn pro

The Spanish government has designated its top league as professional, paying off a "historic debt" it owes to the women's game.

Laurens likes Konrad de la Fuente's potential Marseille move (0:51)