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Trending: Paris Saint-Germain star Neymar hits out at Barcelona board

The FC panel discuss Neymar's criticism of the Barcelona board and Barca's win over Real Betis in their La Liga opener.

Monday's latest stories from the world of football in ESPN FC's What's Trending...

BARCELONA: Neymar has slammed Barcelona's directors, telling reporters the club "deserve much better."

- Barcelona maintain that Lionel Messi will sign his contract extension despite Joan Laporta's suggestion he could leave if president Josep Maria Bartomeu is not removed from his position.

- The Mirror reports that Messi's representatives have met with Manchester City and he is seriously considering an exit....

 By Nayib Moran

Monterrey still No. 1, Club America still No. 2 in Liga MX Power Rankings

Herculez Gomez explains why Paco Jemez's latest antics are not helping relegation-threatened Cruz Azul in Liga MX.

Club Tijuana, Morelia, Santos Laguna and Chivas, all of whom took part in last season's Liguilla, are in the bottom four of the Liga MX table. The fact that these teams have yet to find their best form suggests that in Liga MX, fortunes can change rapidly. Not so long ago, Chivas were celebrating their 12th league title and now they find themselves at the bottom of the table, figuring out how to return to the league's spotlight.

Here are Week 5's Liga MX Power Rankings:

1. MONTERREY ...

Chelsea encouraged, Neymar stars, Ramos sees red, Arsenal's bad day

Steve Nicol is full of praise for Chelsea after their win at Wembley, but says Tottenham deserved something from the match.

The simple conclusion to draw from Sunday's clash between Tottenham and Chelsea is that, when you strip away the grumblings over transfers, the text messages to unwanted strikers and perhaps the garish blue training kit (in a sport marked by superstition, his return to the suit did not go unnoticed), Antonio Conte is a darn fine tactician and motivator, who can set up with the best of them.

After taking it on the chin at home against Burnley on opening day, he traveled to Wembley to face Mauricio...

 By Tom Marshall

Chivas sink to last as archrival Club America soars under Miguel Herrera

Herculez Gomez explains why Paco Jemez's latest antics are not helping relegation-threatened Cruz Azul in Liga MX.

Five storylines from Week 5 of matches in Liga MX's 2017 Apertura:

Contrasting fortunes for Mexico's Big Two

Just 84 days after Chivas lifted the 2017 Clausura title in Estadio Chivas, the Guadalajara club lost 1-0 to Puebla and dropped to last place in Liga MX. To make matters worse, archrival America defeated Lobos BUAP 3-2 on Saturday to extend its winning run to four league matches.

Chivas are yet to win in the Apertura and are going through a bit of a crisis. Refereeing decisions certainly...

Selling Theo Walcott may be best option for Arsenal and for Walcott

Arsenal's Arsene Wenger believes the transfer window should be closed before the start of the season to avoid playing the same players more than twice.

Theo Walcott must be cursing his luck. Coming off one of the most prolific seasons of his career, the pacey forward now seemingly finds himself further away from Arsenal's starting lineup than ever before. With less than two weeks left of the transfer window, Walcott and the club must start asking themselves if that's a situation they can live with.

Walcott has been perhaps the biggest victim of Arsene Wenger's formation switch, one that leaves the winger without a natural place in the team....

Sergio Ramos gets a lot of red cards but his indiscipline rarely hurts Real

Real Madrid opened their La Liga campaign in comfortable fashion, winning 3-0 away to Deportivo, despite Sergio Ramos' late red card.

Few observers were shocked when Sergio Ramos became the most sent-off player in La Liga history late in Real Madrid's 3-0 La Liga opening weekend win at Deportivo La Coruna on Sunday evening. But a look back through the record books surprisingly shows how the Bernabeu outfit have rarely been too troubled by his subsequent absences through suspension.

Ramos was quite lucky just to be booked midway through the second half at Riazor, after an entanglement with Depor centre-back Fabian Schar that...