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ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Barcelona star Daniel Alves jets into Turin to complete Juventus move

ESPN FC's Steve Nicol assesses the latest surrounding the Dani Alves transfer speculation.
The ESPN FC crew discuss Dani Alves' future after it was announced he will not return to Barcelona.

Barcelona defender Dani Alves is set to complete his switch to Serie A champions Juventus after flying into Turin on Sunday evening.

Alves confirmed at the start of the month that he would join Juventus after eight trophy-filled seasons at Barcelona, and now the move is set to be rubber-stamped.

The 33-year-old still had one year left on his Barca contract but the club agreed to grant him a free transfer to join Juve.

Juve tweeted a picture and a video of the player after he had landed in Turin.

Former Liverpool defender Mauricio Pellegrino named as Alaves manager

ESPN FC's Alexis Nunes and Paul Mariner break down what it means for Atletico Madrid to keep Antoine Griezmann at the Estadio Vicente Calderon until 2021.

Former Liverpool defender and first-team coach Mauricio Pellegrino has been named head coach of La Liga new-boys Alaves.

The Argentinian replaces Jose Bordalas, who led the club to the Segunda Division title last season and had seen his contract automatically extended by 12 months following promotion.

Pellegrino leaves his role as head coach of Club Atletico Independiente in his home country after only a year in charge.

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Malaga complete double signing of Jony and Keko

Keko has signed for Malaga from Eibar.

Malaga have completed the double signing of wingers Keko and Jony from Eibar and Sporting Gijon respectively.

The pair were unveiled in front of 2,500 fans at Malaga's La Rosaleda stadium on Saturday alongside sporting director Francesc Arnau.

Jony, who signed a four-year contract after leaving Sporting Gijon on a free transfer, said: "All football players want to be ambitious, want to aspire to be at a high level. The confidence that Malaga have put in me is what's really thrilled for me.

"The...

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Alvaro Morata: I have nothing to prove to Real Madrid or Zinedine Zidane

After exercising their buy-back clause, Real Madrid have re-signed their youth academy product after two years with Juventus.
Andrea Barzagli says stopping Alvaro Morata will be crucial as Italy look to get past Spain.
Former Juventus teammate Giorgio Chilleni backs Alvaro Morata's success at Real Madrid ahead of their Round of 16 clash.
Giorgio Chiellini delves into Spain's weaknesses and the future of Alvaro Morata.

Alvaro Morata has said he has nothing to prove to Real Madrid or coach Zinedine Zidane upon his return to the Bernabeu.

Earlier this month, Real activated a buy-back clause in the striker's contract to re-sign him two years after he left for Juventus, but there are reports the Spain international could be sold with several Premier League sides interested.

During his previous spell with Real, Morata struggled to displace Karim Benzema in the starting XI, but he insists he is a different player now.

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UK's EU exit could affect Gareth Bale's Real Madrid future - lawyer

Gareth Bale fully accepts the pressure being put on himself and Wales ahead of their match vs. Northern Ireland.
Gareth Bale does not care who Wales face at Euro 2016 as he feels his side are fearless.
Star Wales forward Gareth Bale reflects on the incredible atmosphere and team chemistry that sees them top Group B.
The ESPN FC crew evaluate Wales' reliance on Gareth Bale after finishing top of Group B.

Gareth Bale's status at Real Madrid could be under threat because of the United Kingdom's decision to leave the European Union, according to a sports lawyer.

Teams in Spain are among those subject to a cap on non-EU players, something Wales international Bale would become when the UK's separation is made official.

Technically Real would now be over the limit of three because of the presence of James Rodriguez, Danilo, Casemiro and Bale, but reports suggest it could take anywhere between two and...