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2019/2020 Season

1 Barcelona 10 1 3 31
2 Real Madrid 9 4 1 31
3 Sevilla 9 3 3 30
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Messi: My retirement is approaching, time flies


Messi retirement date not far away, says Valverde

Barcelona manager Ernesto Valverde said the football world must get used to the idea that Lionel Messi will retire in the near future, adding that he will cherish being able to tell people he was able to coach the Argentine.

Messi, ranked the No. 1 forward in the ESPN FC 100, was crowned world player of the year for a record sixth time when he received the Ballon d'Or in Paris on Monday and set alarm bells ringing by saying in his speech "you enjoy these moments more because my retirement is getting...

Barcelona have to prepare for life after Messi. Fati just might be the answer

It's been said that sportsmen die twice, the first time when they retire. And when that sportsman is Lionel Messi, everyone else dies, too.

This might sound like a wild exaggeration, and of course it is... or is it? This week, at least, it didn't feel so far off. When Messi collected the Ballon d'Or on Monday night, voted the world's best player for the sixth time a full 10 extraordinary years after the first, he said something with a power that belied its banality, a simple truth. That day...

Real Madrid, Barcelona, PSG, Juventus and Bayern's best and worst transfers since 2009

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In the run-up to the January transfer window, we're ranking some of the best and worst signings by Europe's elite clubs over the past decade -- just as we did for the English Premier League.

We looked at every arrival from the 2009-10 season onward -- though only permanent deals count, meaning no loans or promotions from the youth team -- and whittled down each list to five.

There's no magic formula...

Ansu Fati signs new Barcelona deal with €170m buy-out clause

Ale Moreno feels competing with Cristiano Ronaldo for the Ballon d'Or is the ultimate fuel for Lionel Messi.
Julien Laurens says Lionel Messi separated himself from other Ballon d'Or finalists by carrying Barcelona.
Craig Burley believes Lionel Messi is single-handedly covering up deficiencies at Barcelona.
Gab Marcotti wonders if Barcelona's Antoine Griezmann wishes he was still at Atletico Madrid.

Barcelona teenager Ansu Fati has signed a new contract with the Spanish champions until 2022 increasing his buy-out clause from €100 million to €170m.

Ansu, who turned 17 in October, only signed his first professional deal with the club in July but those terms were agreed with the assumption he would be playing for the under-19s and B team.

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He has since broken into the first team, featuring 11 times this season,...