20 La Liga teams in 20 days: Athletic Bilbao (1:32)
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La Liga is coming to ESPN in 20 days! (0:31)
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Will Kylian Mbappe be Real Madrid's next Galactico? (1:31)
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How Barcelona's wage crisis is hindering Messi's new deal (1:32)
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2dAdriana Garcia

Ronaldo could face Messi in preseason clash

Barcelona will take on Juventus in the Joan Gamper Trophy in what could see a potential clash between Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo.

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3dSam Marsden and Moises Llorens

Barca prez won't rule out Griezmann departure

Barcelona president Joan Laporta said the club are open to proposals for players this summer and refused to rule out letting Antoine Griezmann.

Should clubs wait for 2022 to sign stars on expiring contracts? (1:16)
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6dRob Dawson

Sources: Man Utd press ahead with Varane deal

Manchester United are set to seek a solution to their interest in Real Madrid's Raphael Varane before assessing other targets, sources told ESPN.

Koeman provides update on Messi's contract situation (2:31)
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Can Gareth Bale get back to his best under Carlo Ancelotti? (1:08)
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Lionel Messi swarmed by fans outside Miami restaurant (0:44)
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Past drama surfaces between Florentino Perez and Cristiano Ronaldo (2:12)
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11dSam Marsden and Moises Llorens

Sources: Barca, Atleti in Griezmann, Saul swap talks

Barcelona and Atletico Madrid have opened talks over a swap deal involving Antoine Griezmann and Saul Niguez, sources have confirmed to ESPN.

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11dSam Marsden and Moises Llorens

Messi, Barcelona agree new deal - sources

Lionel Messi and Barcelona have reached an agreement for the forward to sign a five-year deal with the Catalan club, sources have confirmed to ESPN.

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11dAdriana Garcia

Spanish FA open to hosting La Liga ties in Miami

The Spanish Football Federation (RFEF) has said it is open to discussing the possibility of staging La Liga games in Miami.