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 By Rob Train

Circumstances ripe for Real Madrid to pursue Gianluigi Donnarumma

Ronaldo is rumoured back to Man United, Donnarumma to Real Madrid and much more headline the rumour rater.
With the saga of Gianluigi Donnarumma's AC Milan future in question, Gab Marcotti looks at how the club can keep him around.

While one sizeable Real Madrid transfer rumour rumbles along against the backdrop of the Confederations Cup, another involving a sizeable man looks likely to gather momentum in the coming days.

"Man" may be pushing it a bit when referring to young Gianluigi Donnarumma, who isn't legally able to buy a beer in a number of countries. But what the AC Milan and Italy keeper lacks in life experience he more than compensates for when he pulls on his gloves.

Despite turning 18 only last February, Donnarumma...

Jordi Mboula's departure latest example of changing times at Barca

Considered one of Barca's brightest young talents, Jordi Mboula is just the latest youngster to leave Barcelona.

There's still not been any official confirmation from Barcelona (no press release, not even a line on their website), but on Wednesday, Monaco revealed they had completed the signing of 18-year-old Jordi Mboula from the Catalan club. It won't be one of the biggest transfers of the summer; it will, though, be one which should draw reflection at Barcelona. Why has the star of their Under-19 team's run to the UEFA Youth League semifinal this season decided his career is better served elsewhere? 


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Transfers: How much would Ronaldo, Mbappe, Lukaku or Sanchez cost?

Gab Marcotti assesses Cristiano Ronaldo's future at Real and the theories regarding his reasons for wanting to leave.
The FC panel remark on the continued rumours of Ronaldo's exit from Madrid, and if that means Mbappe would fill his place.

The transfer window is upon us and there are plenty of big-name players who are being linked with moves. But how much would they cost?

The CIES Football Observatory research team has developed a unique approach to estimate the transfer value of players on a scientific basis. The model includes multiple variables on player performance (minutes, goals, etc.) and characteristics (age, contract, etc.), as well as data on employer clubs and potential recruiting ones.

In June they revealed Neymar...

 By Rob Train

Real Madrid could still have a bright future without Cristiano Ronaldo

ESPN FC's Steve Nicol explains why he believes Real Madrid should make every effort to sign Monaco star, Kylian Mbappe.

Sir Alex Ferguson once famously said he would not sell Real Madrid "a virus" when the Spanish club was attempting to lure Cristiano Ronaldo to the Spanish capital during the 2008-09 season. Eight years later, it seems the same virus could be the cure to Manchester United's ills, with the Portuguese superstar reportedly hankering after a move back to the Premier League.

Rumours surrounding Ronaldo's future remain nothing more than conjecture but a little fuel was added to the fire on Sunday when...

Cristiano Ronaldo loves Man United but it doesn't mean he's leaving Madrid

The FC panel debate the rumours of Cristiano Ronaldo requesting a move out of Spain, possibly back to Manchester United.

Where Cristiano Ronaldo will play his football next season is up for grabs. Whether the tax case against him will be proven or resolved is, also, a matter for conjecture. What is hard fact, however, is that Real Madrid's record goalscorer, their triple Champions League winner and first Ballon D'Or winner for football played while at the Santiago Bernabeu since Alfredo Di Stefano in 1959 is royally upset with his club and much of what surrounds it.

Significantly before the accusation that his...

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Cristiano Ronaldo in Real Madrid exit talk: United legend could return

ESPN FC's Mark Ogden gives his take on the Cristiano Ronaldo exit rumours.

It's the biggest news of the summer so far -- Cristiano Ronaldo reportedly wants to leave Real Madrid. 

The Portuguese superstar, who has 600 career goals to his name, is said to be angry at an ongoing tax investigation in Spain. It has led to suggestions he could leave Real Madrid, the club he joined for a then world record £80 million in 2009. 

But where could he end up? ESPN FC's bloggers and correspondents discuss Ronaldo's options this summer.