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The fierce rivals meet tonight in huge La Liga clash

Wayne Rooney

Neymar encourages Wayne Rooney to leave Manchester United and transfer to Barcelona

Barcelona’s latest star signing, Neymar, has encouraged Wayne Rooney to play his football at the Camp Nou next season.

Former Spanish footballer Oscar Garcia looks set to be named as new Brighton and Hove Albion manager

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Former Spanish footballer Oscar Garcia looks set to be named as new Brighton and Hove Albion manager

Brighton and Hove Albion set to name Oscar Garcia as Gus Poyet's successor

Spanish football expert Guillem Balague announces news on Twitter although the club have made no comment regarding the rumours

Pep Guardiola

Pep Guardiola unveiled by Bayern Munich: Former Barcelona manager intends to 'maintain high level'

The Spaniard takes over a team that won the treble last season

Luis Alberto will add to Liverpool's attacking options

Liverpool announce signing of Luis Alberto from Sevilla

Striker has signed a long-term contract with the Reds after passing a medical

Thiago Alcantara – La Roja's boy from Brazil

Manchester United’s target Thiago is more than ‘anarchist’

Free spirit who inspired Spain to Euro Under-21s glory has Barça buyout clause of just £15m

Mignolet, 25, has been in fine form for Sunderland

Liverpool agree fee with Sunderland for Simon Mignolet with medical planned for next week

Sunderland goalkeeper set for Anfield switch amid team's continuing negotiations over fee with personal terms and medical set for discussion next week

Thiago Alcantara

Transfer speculation: Manchester United 'close' to securing transfer of Barcelona midfielder Thiago Alcantara

Spain Under-21 captain has grown frustrated with lack of first-team appearances alerting David Moyes who could make £17 million swoop to bring him to Old Trafford

Neymar in action against Brazil

Confederations Cup: Neymar inspires Brazil to place in last four

The hosts beat Mexico to progress

Thiago Alcantara

Gerard Pique says Barcelona must keep Thiago Alcantara amid interest from Manchester United

The midfielder scored a hat-trick in the European Under-21 Championship final against Italy

Luis Alberto of Sevilla

Liverpool make 'very good offer', but it's not enough for Sevilla to sell Luis Alberto

Reports suggest the Spanish side want £7m for the midfielder

Cesc Fabregas with the Spain squad

Cesc Fabregas insists he has not spoken to Manchester United or Arsenal about a possible move

The Spain midfielder wants to remain at Barcelona

Simon Mignolet could be about to move to Liverpool with deal thought to be 'close' to complete

Liverpool 'close' to signing Sunderland's Simon Mignolet casting Pepe Reina's future into doubt

Liverpool could complete the £10m deal this week which could see Reina leave the club, while Luis Suarez continues to push for an exit of his own

Brazil 3 Japan 0: Neymar shines for Brazil

Brazil opened the Confederations Cup with a comfortable 3-0 victory over Japan last night, goals from Neymar, Paulinho and Jo earning victory in Brasilia for the World Cup hosts.

Swansea manager Michael Laudrup

Michael Laudrup insists he will stay despite breakdown in relationship between his agent and Swansea

There have been disagreements over the club's transfer policy

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