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Transfer Talk: Hazard leaves door open for Madrid move

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Top Tenner: Teams fighting back from the Champions League abyss

With Barcelona already qualified for the UCL round of 16, the FC guys question if Ernesto Valverde will field his star forward at the Camp Nou.

Tottenham have a chance to make it through their Champions League group despite only managing a point from their first three games. It's not an unprecedented feat, though: Here are some others who made it through despite terrible starts to their groups.

10. AC Milan 1994-95

Milan's defence of the Champions League in 1994 didn't actually start that badly: Despite losing the opener to Ajax, they beat Casino Salzburg, but that wasn't the whole story. During the latter match, some Milan fans got a little...

Transfer Talk: Chelsea's Eden Hazard leaves door open for Real Madrid move

The ESPN FC panel talk Eden Hazard amid reports indicating his move to Real Madrid is a done deal.
The guys react to Eden Hazard's comments about playing for Real Madrid and wonder if Chelsea should begin to make preparations for his departure.

The transfer window for Europe's biggest clubs might be closed, but they are still working tirelessly behind the scenes to line up the arrival of their next star. Transfer Talk has been scouring the world's media to see who could be heading to your club when Jan. 1 arrives.

TOP STORY: Hazard flirts with Real Madrid again

Eden Hazard has made no secret of his admiration for Real Madrid in the past, and his flirtation with the Spanish giants continues to intensify, after the Belgian gave another...

Transfer Talk: Manchester United to back Jose Mourinho and sign Tottenham's Toby Alderweireld

Jose Mourinho jokingly suggested Man United were trying to save money for January after he found no water at his press conference.

The transfer window for Europe's biggest clubs may be closed but they are still working tirelessly behind the scenes to line up the arrival of their next star. Transfer Talk has been scouring the world's media to see who could be heading to your club when Jan. 1 arrives.

TOP STORY: Jose Mourinho given green light to sign Alderweireld

It is not often one of the best centre-backs in Europe becomes available on the relative cheap but that is the case with Toby Alderweireld and Jose Mourinho has reportedly...

Premier League still full of surprises, with Man City stumbling, Salah back on form, Arsenal on song

The Exploding Heads wrap up the Premier League weekend in a tidy 90-second (plus stoppages) package.

When it comes to the Premier League, we're all prone to jumping to conclusions and taking the latest preachings from the pundits as gospel. Well, predictions make fools of us all, and the action last weekend blew a few theories sky high. It turns out Manchester City are not invincible: Fancy that!

Likewise, Chelsea manager Maurizio Sarri was able to laugh in the faces of those experts, who basically told him he did not know what he was doing using "the world's top holding midfielder," N'Golo Kante,...

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Copa Libertadores hero Juan Quintero tops Player Power Rankings ahead of Salah

Check out all the action from around Europe this weekend, from Lucas Torreira's overhead kick for Arsenal to Lionel Messi's heroics for Barcelona.

If you score the winner in the biggest rivalry in world football to lift a continental trophy, you're likely to finish top of Player Power Rankings. Our global editors pick their top 10 performers from the weekend.

Also receiving votes: Josef Martinez (Atlanta United), Luuk de Jong (PSV), Thorgan Hazard (Borussia Monchengladbach).

Let us know what you think of the countdown by commenting below or on Twitter using #ESPNFCrankings.

Chelsea's win over Man City says a lot about Sarri. PLUS: Sterling stands up, River claim Copa Lib

Manchester City's first league defeat of the campaign probably says more about their opponents, Chelsea, than it does Guardiola's crew. Without Kevin De Bruyne, Sergio Aguero and Benjamin Mendy, they marched into Stamford Bridge and dominated the first half, only to be punished by Eden Hazard's quick thinking, N'Golo Kante's finish and Leroy Sane's brief daydream. The goal allowed Chelsea to tighten up further and play on the counter even more; they added a second through a David Luiz header later...