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What's trending: Bayern Munich bow out in semifinals, Ronaldo returns

The FC panel take a look at Pep Guardiola's achievements in his three year tenure as the Bayern Munich head coach.

Here are the latest stories from Wednesday.

BAYERN MUNICH: Bayern Munich midfielder Arturo Vidal says Atletico Madrid did not deserve to progress from Tuesday's Champions League semifinal second leg, telling COPE it was "one team who played ugly football against the best team in the world."

- Bayern Munich feel "cheated" after some tight decisions allowed Atletico Madrid to advance, chief executive Karl-Heinz Rummenigge said.

- Pep Guardiola hopes that incoming manager Carlo Ancelotti can...

Chelsea may target Higuain to replace Costa; Arsenal monitor Inter's Icardi

ESPN FC's Gab Marcotti discusses potential moves for Diego Costa, Edinson Cavani and an 18-year-old from Benfica.

The summer window will be opening before you know it, and rumours around the world are picking up steam. As always, Transfer Talk has its finger on the pulse when it comes to the latest gossip. See the latest deals here.

TOP STORY: Higuain could replace a China-bound Costa

Antonio Conte is confident of securing a £45m deal for Gonzalo Higuain, with Diego Costa the latest to be tempted by a lucrative deal to move to the Chinese Premier League, according to the Mirror.

The Napoli striker...

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Thibaut Courtois happy at Chelsea despite PSG transfer talk

Former West Ham goalkeeper Shaka Hislop reacts to Thibaut Courtois saying he "doesn't know" if he'll be at Chelsea next season.
ESPN FC's Ale Moreno and Steve Nicol give their player ratings on, respectively, PSG and Chelsea in their UCL matchup.
ESPN FC's Shaka Hislop assesses Chelsea's potential move for Gianluigi Donnarumma with Thibaut Courtois' future in question.
ESPN FC's Mark Donaldson and Craig Burley delve into the latest transfer rumours.

Chelsea goalkeeper Thibaut Courtois says he is "100 percent" certain to stay with the club despite the absence of Champions League football next season.

Courtois, 23, who signed a new five-year contract at Chelsea in 2014, has been linked with a move to Ligue 1 champions Paris Saint-Germain.

But the Belgium international told Le Parisien: "I have never had any contact with PSG.

"I have played a lot against PSG recently -- twice last season, again this season in a friendly and twice more in the Champions...

 By PA Sport

Chelsea's Eden Hazard targets another Premier League title next season

Chelsea's John Terry and Eden Hazard discuss their come-from-behind draw against Tottenham and Leicester's title win.

Eden Hazard has said he hopes Chelsea can challenge for the Premier League title next season after scoring the decisive goal in the title race for the second successive year.

Hazard's late equaliser in Monday's 2-2 draw with Tottenham ensured the title for Leicester City.

His goal against Crystal Palace on May 3, 2015 had earned Chelsea the title almost a year to the day beforehand.

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"It's something beautiful for the world of football when a smaller team does something like that," Hazard told Chelsea's...

 By Phil Lythell

Chelsea show character and determination vs. Spurs, but too late

The Chelsea manager says his side didn't play the prettiest football, but understands the passion between the two clubs.

On Monday night, for the second season in succession, Eden Hazard scored the goal that secured the Premier League title. It's just a shame that this time it wasn't on Chelsea's behalf. Not that that would have been instantly recognisable given the bedlam that enveloped Stamford Bridge as his first time shot arced perfectly into the top corner of the Tottenham goal to seal a 2-2 draw that sent the trophy to Leicester City.

For the home side, as chastening as it might be to admit, their entire season...