The Bundesliga was Europe’s best league of last season, with Bayern Munich and Borussia Dortmund reaching the Champions League final, and it is hard to see anyone being able to challenge either in the league this season.
|Benitez begins Spanish revolution in Naples|
If Napoli fans were worried by the departure of Walter Mazzarri back in May, at the end of last season, then they should be salivating now at the prospect of what Rafa Benitez is bringing to Naples.
|Suarez battle turns ugly|
The future of Luis Suarez remains very much in the air as a tug of war of epic proportions develops between the Uruguayan’s club Liverpool and Arsenal.
|Rooney tussle about power games from Mourinho|
Wayne Rooney seems increasingly likely to move to Chelsea this summer, with forces moving increasingly in that direction as the English forward’s relationship with Manchester United breaks down.
|Manchester City make themselves title favourites|
As the Premier League season edges nearer to starting up again, with the big clubs bolstering their squads and making enquiries about further signings, one team seems further ahead in its preparations than others.
|Who will replace Tito Vilanova at Barcelona?|
Tito Vilanova’s departure as Barcelona coach at the end of last week, forced as a result of a relapse in his battle against throat cancer, raised a major question for the Catalan giants.
|Mkhitaryan will make for ideal Dortmund signing|
Henrikh Mkhitaryan is a name that will not be familiar to many football fans across Europe but he is set to become a household star when he moves to Borussia Dortmund.
|Can Cavani and Ibrahimovic work together?|
Edinson Cavani’s move to Paris St Germain is an intriguing one.
|Can Neymar fit into Barcelona’s system?|
The arrival of Neymar at the Camp Nou this summer is an intriguing prospect.
|Transfer dealings hot up|
As Edinson Cavani prepares to leave Napoli for Paris St Germain and Gonzalo Higuain remains forever on the brink of a move to Arsenal, there is a real sense that the transfer market is heating up at last.
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