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 By Ed Alvarez

Zidane picks strong squad for Real Madrid's crucial match with Valencia

Gab Marcotti suggests Real Madrid's focus on the Champions League could leave them vulnerable against Valencia.

After the painful last-second 3-2 defeat against Barcelona last weekend, Real Madrid reacted well in their quest for the La Liga title. The subsequent 6-2 thrashing of Deportivo La Coruna brought back the smiles and the good vibrations to the squad, who now need to keep performing for another five domestic matches if they want to achieve their goal.

The next match, at home against Valencia, is one of the toughest two remaining in the calendar, at least on paper. With the competitive Sevilla visiting...

Everton return to the comforts of Goodison seeking revenge vs. Chelsea

Everton's Morgan Schneiderlin admits some of his teammates will be determined to avenge November's 5-0 defeat to Chelsea.

A run of eight successive home wins had moved Everton within touching distance of the Champions League places, but frustrating results away from home mean playing catch-up with the top six teams has proven just beyond a squad in transition.

A disappointing 0-0 draw at West Ham last time out typified results on the road this season, resembling a testimonial rather than a league game as Everton failed to register a shot on target.

This wasted opportunity allowed Manchester United and Arsenal to...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Barca in talks with PSG for Verratti; Hart's Manchester return to United?

Paul Mariner explains how Manchester United should attack the summer transfer window and predicts who will stay and who will go.
PSG's Marco Verratti could be set for a move to Barcelona, with the two clubs already in contact.

The football world's gossip mill is in full swing, and Transfer Talk is monitoring the whispers ahead of all the summer moves. Check out the latest deals and potential deals here.

Barca in talks with PSG for Verratti

A report from Mundo Deportivo kicks things off linking Paris Saint-Germain midfielder Marco Verratti with a move to Barcelona. The outlet suggests that the two clubs have already held talks and that the Italy international's agent has twice been spotted at the Nou Camp in...

 By Dave Usher

Hobbling Liverpool can't afford to stumble at Watford

Jurgen Klopp believes Dejan Lovren's best years are still ahead of him after he signed a new long-term deal at Liverpool.

With the end of the season in sight, Jurgen Klopp's Liverpool side appear to be hobbling toward the line at a time when they desperately need a sprint finish to end the campaign with a top-four berth.

The Reds have occupied one of the Champions League qualification places for virtually the entire season, but last weekend's home defeat to Crystal Palace, coupled with the rescheduling of their trip to Watford until after all of their rivals have played, means there is a good possibility that Klopp's...

 By Michael Cox

Cesc Fabregas might not start for Chelsea, but he's a vital player

Antonio Conte has little to say on the title race, instead praising his player's effort just days after the FA Cup semifinal.
Cesc Fabregas says Chelsea's dominant win over Southampton is a statement to the league on Chelsea's title credentials.
Cesc Fabregas might not be a regular starter for Chelsea, but he plays a crucial role.

With five games to go, a four-point lead and a rather gentle remaining fixture list, Chelsea are in pole position for the title. Few would have expected that when manager Antonio Conte's reign started with tame performances and nervous victories back in August; even fewer would have predicted that Cesc Fabregas would play a significant part in the Blues' title run.

Conte's arrival appeared to be bad news for Fabregas: There were strong reports that the new manager was keen to sell because he simply...

Can Dortmund avoid German Cup hangover against tricky Cologne?

Borussia Dortmund manager Thomas Tuchel feels they can win the DFB Pokal after beating Bayern Munich 3-2.

"It sure won't hurt," Borussia Dortmund manager Thomas Tuchel said at Friday's pregame news conference of how Wednesday's 3-2 cup win against Bayern Munich would help give his team a boost for the rest of their campaign. "There is no question that wins as special [as Wednesday's] are a validation and give us a lot of confidence for the upcoming tasks."

Saturday's matchup at the Westfalenstadion against FC Cologne will be all about protecting third place, something Borussia Dortmund managed to...