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By the numbers - Zinchenko unbeaten in 23, Grealish loses 20 straight

What a weekend of football. 

In England, Chelsea clung on for a point against a rampant Leicester City, Liverpool battled their way to a tough away win at Southampton, Arsenal beat Burnley and a VAR-aided Tottenham Hotspur held Manchester City.

In Spain, Barcelona lost to an incredible Aritz Aduriz goal at Athletic Bilbao, while Real Madrid won handsomely at Celta Vigo. In Germany, Bayern Munich drew at home against Hertha Berlin while Borussia Dortmund dismantled Augsburg in front of the Yellow...

Transfer window: Eriksen, Modric lead top free agents in 2020

There are some big names available on a free transfer in summer 2020 from Europe's biggest clubs if they don't put pen to paper soon. Here are the top ones, with the help of Transfermarkt.

Christian Eriksen (Tottenham)

Eriksen has few trophies to his name and is looking to change that.

Tottenham haven't made any ground with Eriksen over a new contract as yet, despite managing to hold onto him over a summer in which Real Madrid, Barcelona and Juventus all showed an interest. The Denmark midfielder would be a massive loss to Spurs and if he doesn't want to commit...

Hummels returns to Dortmund: a perfect fit that could unsettle Bayern

Mats Hummels still has plenty left to offer in a top club's defense, but will Bayern regret letting him leave so easily for their biggest and strongest rival?

Why? The obvious and indeed most accurate answer is that all three parties felt that Mats Hummels' move back to Borussia Dortmund from FC Bayern Munich was in their interest. But that tells us nothing about how each of them arrived here, and then quickly found an agreement that would have seemed beyond the realm of fantasy a few months ago.

Borussia's thought process is relatively easy to explain. The main reason that last season's runners-up failed to win the league was their young defence's...

Transfer hotlist: Five players every club wants

The transfer window for the rest of Europe isn't even open yet (the Premier League opened on May 16), but ahead of July 1 there are a host of players whose names just won't disappear from the gossip columns.

Imagine being a young star and having every top club in Europe after you. Here are five who know how that feels.

- QUIZ: Which top club should you join?
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Matthijs de Ligt

Club: Ajax
Age: 19
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Inside Union Berlin's raucous two-day promotion party after reaching Bundesliga for first time

Union Berlin's promotion party lasted two days, culminating in a raucous celebration at their 20,000-capacity stadium on the east side of the city.

BERLIN, Germany -- Union Berlin's first-ever promotion to Bundesliga has given fresh hope to a lot of football fans across Germany. Last Wednesday, a two-day marathon of a party ended at Die Alte Försterei, the club's unique stadium sat in the woods of Berlin's district of Köpenick, following a nearly 10-mile open-boat tour from the heart of the German capital to the club's home ground.

Football has had more problems of late in Germany and across Europe. Bayern Munich have won seven...

Dortmund have signed Hazard, Brandt and Schulz but what else is needed to unseat Bayern?

Raphael Honigstein joins the crew to weigh in on Borussia Dortmund's signings, and questions whether or not they've done enough to win next season's Bundesliga title.

Borussia Dortmund are acutely aware that they've just missed the biggest chance in years to wrest the Bundesliga title away from Bayern Munich. But where some might see failure, Dortmund are determined to treat their second-place finish as a platform to go one better next season. A €75 million transfer blitz of three signings in two days last week was timed to provide their fans with plenty of optimism going into the summer break.

The three signings represent two different types of rationale....