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ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Hector Bellerin keen to play for Spain U21s despite Arsene Wenger concerns

Alexis Sanchez provided the game-winning goal in extra time to see Arsenal past Man City and into the FA Cup final.
The FC panel credit Arsenal for a convincing win over Manchester City and raise questions over Pep Guardiola.

Arsenal right-back Hector Bellerin has told IB Times he hopes to represent Spain at the European Under-21 Championship this summer despite Arsene Wenger's reservations.

Wenger has left Bellerin out of the side for Arsenal's last two matches after acknowledging that the defender has struggled for form since returning from the ankle injury he sustained in January.

The Arsenal boss also said that, while he accepted Bellerin was likely to represent Spain this summer, the situation was "not ideal" and...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Webb: VAR would've helped get De Jong decision right in 2010 WC final

Former Premier League referee Howard Webb shares the ins and outs of the VAR initiative.
ESPN's Bob Ley speaks with U.S. Soccer president Sunil Gulati about the decision to make a joint bid for the 2026 World Cup.

Former referee Howard Webb said there were "loads of times" when he wished he had the assistance of video replay, including the 2010 World Cup final, in which he famously failed to send off the Netherlands' Nigel de Jong for a high kick on Spain's Xabi Alonso.

Netherlands defender De Jong kicked Xabi Alonso in the midsection early in the first half but only received a yellow card from Webb, who insists he had a poor view of the play. Andres Iniesta later scored in extra time to hand Spain the nation's...

Vitolo's boundless energy something to behold for Sevilla, Spain

Vitolo and Diego Costa have become a potent 1-2 scoring punch for Spain in World Cup qualifying.

As Sevilla are preparing to visit Camp Nou on Wednesday evening, Vitolo doesn't hide his aspirations to call the legendary stadium his home in the near future. Responding to recent reports regarding the Catalans' interest in his services, the star remarked: "Barcelona are one of the best teams in the world, and any player would like to play for them."

It is easy to see why Barca are keen to make Vitolo one of their key targets come summer, because in the last year he has proved his abilities beyond...

Barcelona coach Luis Enrique: I am more radical than Gerard Pique

Shaka Hislop weighs in on Gerard Pique's latest comments on Real Madrid and questions what the defender is trying to achieve.

Barcelona coach Luis Enrique defended Gerard Pique after his comments about Real Madrid in midweek as he confirmed that the defender would be rested for the trip to Granada.

Pique criticised the values of Barcelona's arch-rivals on Tuesday, creating a media furore.

But Luis Enrique told a news conference: "If Pique didn't exist, you would have to create him.

"I'm more radical than Pique so it's better if I don't say anything [about Madrid's club values]."

Pique missed training on Saturday with the...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

The Next XIs: England, Germany, Spain, Italy, France's emerging stars

The latest international break has seen many top countries trying out their next generation of talent on the road to the 2018 World Cup. The need for regeneration is constant given injuries, loss of form and, simply, the passage of time. So how do the top five nations in Europe look for quality in this World Cup cycle and beyond?

We asked ESPN FC writers to pick the players we'll need to know about during the next decade. There's a lot to be excited about here.

England

Demarai Gray is remarkably raw but boasts the skills that could help England in the long run.

Gareth Southgate's...