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 By Shaka Hislop

Power Rankings: Juventus retake top spot after Real Madrid's mixed week

FC's Gab Marcotti debates if Juve can be called the best team in the world given their UCL and Serie A exploits this season.
Juventus head coach Max Allegri says victory against Genoa all but guarantees his team the Serie A title.

We have a new leader! Meanwhile, re-entering the countdown are a pair of Europe's biggest clubs, while a German giant drops out.

1. Juventus (+1)

With a Champions League semifinal against Monaco on the horizon, Juventus continued to tick over in Serie A. A 4-0 win over Genoa means that Max Allegri's side have an eight-point lead with five games to go; that sixth straight title is just a matter of time away.

2. Real Madrid (-1)

After battling back with 10 men to equalise vs. Barcelona,...

Dortmund's character-building win exposes Bayern's need for a rebuild

A back-and-forth affair between Bayern Munich and Borussia Dortmund was highlighted by Ousmane Dembele's superb game-winner.
The FC panel address Bayern's aging stars, and if they need to revamp their squad to progress further in the future.

Borussia Dortmund's second trip to the Allianz Arena in the space of a month was billed as a rite of passage by coach Thomas Tuchel.

"Familiarity reduces stress levels, your vision widens, you're able to deal better [with the pressure]," the 43-year-old said ahead of his side's thrilling 3-2 DFB Cup semifinal win. "It was important for the players to experience that [the first time]. It's like skiing: once you get down a black run, the probability is higher that you'll do better the second time."


Real Madrid, Barcelona win heavily to maintain lock on La Liga title race

Alejandro Moreno believes Gerard Pique and Sergio Ramos must balance their competitive fire and defensive responsibilities.

Five thoughts from the midweek action as Real Madrid and Barcelona both won heavily to maintain their head-to-head lock at the top of the La Liga table and things got clarified at the bottom.

1. Madrid's "second unit" dazzle again

Sunday's Clasico defeat made no difference to Real Madrid coach Zinedine Zidane's rotation policy, as he left Cristiano Ronaldo and Toni Kroos at home and made nine changes to his XI for Wednesday evening's potentially tricky trip to Deportivo La Coruna.

But not for the...

Jose Mourinho courts Alvaro Morata as Zlatan Ibrahimovic replacement

The guys answer your tweets on club overhauls, Arsenal as a coaching destination and where top talent would want to play.
Alvaro Morata is being tracked by Man United. Meanwhile, Real wants David De Gea back in Madrid. Can a deal be done?

The football world's gossip mill is in full swing, and Transfer Talk is monitoring the whispers ahead of all the summer moves. Check out the latest deals and potential deals here.

Mourinho reaches out to Morata to join United

Jose Mourinho has made a personal call in a bid to convince Alvaro Morata to join Manchester United, according to Spanish outlet...

Isco making case to start with another perfect performance at Deportivo

Isco, second right, scored once, assisted on another and pulled Real Madrid's strings in the 6-2 win at Deportivo La Coruna.

Real Madrid defeated Deportivo de la Coruna by a score of 6-2 at the Estadio Riazor in another outstanding performance from their second unit. Players such as James Rodriguez, Mateo Kovacic, Lucas Vazque and, of course, Isco Alarcon and Marco Asensio played eye-pleasing, extremely effective football for long spells of the match and helped Zinedine Zidane's team keep their title hopes alive for another match.

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Zidane's lineup, featuring just two players who started against Barcelona...

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Transfer Talk: Real Madrid step up David De Gea chase

Real Madrid are reportedly growing increasingly confident about netting the Spain No. 1 this summer.

Manchester United will face a battle to keep David De Gea, with the Telegraph reporting that Real Madrid are growing increasingly confident of netting the Spain No. 1 this summer.

For more on De Gea, Manchester United and Real Madrid, as well as other rumours, check out Transfer Talk by clicking here.