Goal has compiled the all-time best teams produced solely by their respective clubs' academy players - which youth system has given us the greatest XI?
Friday, 26 August 2016
The Colombian has scored 21 Serie A goals from just 40 shots on target, yet the Rossoneri were willing to let him leave only for the striker to reject a move to West Ham
The Italian has won three European titles, and as well as keeping Bayern ahead of the pack domestically he will be expected to improve Guardiola's recent Champions League record
Sam Allardyce recently hinted that the Blues defender could make a return to international action - but the veteran centre-back must take one step at a time
After overseeing the spectacular rehabilitation of Hatem Ben Arfa, the out-of-favour Italian striker would represent an equally big challenge for the Ligue 1 side
Antonio Conte is keen to add to his defensive ranks before the transfer window slams shut in a week. But who could still be moving to Stamford Bridge this summer?
Thursday, 25 August 2016
The Portugal captain claimed Antoine Griezmann was a more worthy winner of UEFA's Best Player in Europe prize but after a stellar season it was never in doubt
Barcelona and Real Madrid once again dominate the fan-voted selection of the best players in Europe but there is no place for Best Player nominees Antoine Griezmann or Gareth Bale
The Gunners manager came so close in Paris almost a decade ago and will be wanting to impress his close friend Al-Khelaifi when the two teams meet
Cristiano Ronaldo is set for an emotional return to Lisbon with Real Madrid, Lady Luck smiled on Leicester City but laughed in the face of fellow newcomers Rostov
The Catalan defender mocked Real's route to the last Champions League final on Wednesday, but both teams have been handed tough sectors this time
The Catalan was seen laughing in disbelief the last time the Blues were at Camp Nou, but the humiliation was all his when he took his Bayern side there shortly after
Luis Enrique's side ideally wanted to keep both their high-profile keepers at Camp Nou but, with both wanting to be first choice, an anticipated sale to Manchester City makes sense
Pep Guardiola has ditched Joe Hart and is instead chasing Barcelona's Claudio Bravo as the Chilean is deemed a better user of the ball in possession, but does it really matter?
The Italian forward has flown to France to negotiate a potential transfer away from Merseyside, exactly two years after signing for the Reds in a £16 million "gamble"
The Catalans' decision to sign the goalkeeper from the Dutch giants may have come as a surprise to many, but the 27-year-old will be a reliable back up to Marc-Andre ter Stegen
The Reds boss has explained how the forward can get the better of the opposition's defence from the flank and has detailed the fluidity of the role
Europe's best clubs are overwhelmingly likely to drop proposals for a Super League with an announcement on the Champions League future expected soon
The baby-faced Norwegian stepped off the bench for the first time two decades ago, with his achievements since then making him an Old Trafford legend
Wednesday, 24 August 2016
The Manchester City boss will first and foremost be delighted that his side have reached the Champions League but the support for the goalkeeper made this uncomfortable viewing