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What's trending: Real Madrid beat Man City in Champions League semifinal

Real Madrid have earned their place in the Champions League final after their second-leg win over Man City. Here are the best calls from the match.
Manchester City manager Manuel Pellegrini rues his side's inability to create any chances and calls Real Madrid "lucky."

Here are the latest stories from Thursday.

REAL MADRIDCristiano Ronaldo does not believe Real Madrid were lucky to advance past Manchester City to the Champions League final, with the Portuguese striker saying his team were more intense than their opponents over the two legs.

- Real were deserved winners against City, as Gareth Bale led the way for Los Blancoswrites Jonathan Smith.

- Real coach Zinedine Zidane said his team's hard work had paid off as...

Manchester United keeper David De Gea posts video of him playing tennis

Starring for Manchester United might have become too easy for David De Gea -- having won the club's Player of the Year award for three years in a row -- so maybe it is time he was served up a new challenge.

The United goalkeeper posted a video of himself playing tennis on his Twitter account and he's not bad!

Tennis stars 

Manchester United's Luke Shaw makes dying fan's ticket dream come true

The improvement from Luke Shaw in his second season at Old Trafford was notable.
Luke Shaw has been out of action most of the season.

Manchester United defender Luke Shaw has made a dream come true for an elderly supporter who was diagnosed with a terminal brain tumour in April.

William Moore, 80, wanted to be at the FA Cup final at Wembley on May 21 to watch his club take on Crystal Palace and his family appealed to the public for on his behalf.

Now, after the local newspaper the Manchester Evening News publicised the story, Shaw -- and many other fans -- came forward to offer up a ticket.

Shaw has not played for the first-team...

De Gea's Man United award dominance illustrates club's shortcomings

ESPN FC's Alejandro Moreno talks David de Gea after the Spaniard wins United Player of the Year for the third time.

There were no surprises on Monday when David De Gea was named Manchester United's player of the year for the third consecutive season. The honour, voted for by the fans, has been given to the likes of Bryan Robson, Eric Cantona, Ryan Giggs, Roy Keane and Cristiano Ronaldo in years gone by.

While a few players have won the award twice before, including Keane, Ronaldo and Ruud van Nistelrooy, no player has ever won it three times. When you consider that De Gea has only spent five seasons at United,...

Man United could pay £45m for Renato Sanches; Ayoze Perez linked to Barca

ESPN FC's Shaka Hislop feels Renato Sanches' best move would be Manchester United at this stage of his career.

The summer window will be opening before you know it, and rumours around the world are picking up steam. As always, Transfer Talk has its finger on the pulse when it comes to the latest gossip. See the latest deals here.

TOP STORY: United move closer to Sanches deal

Manchester United have moved a step closer to securing a deal for Benfica's wonderkid Renato Sanches, according to the Express, who cite Portuguese newspaper A Bola.

The 18-year-old could cost the Red Devils up to £45 million and...

ESPN FC  By Dale Johnson

The Premier League's battle for Champions League, Europa League

The ESPN FC crew give their thoughts on Leicester finally being crowned champions of the Premier League.

Dale Johnson has been an editor and journalist at ESPN for 17 years. You can follow him on Twitter @dalejohnsonESPN.

The Premier League gets four places in the Champions League, with the top three going direct to the group stage and fourth entering in the final qualifying round.

There are also three places available in the Europa League -- going to fifth in the league plus the winners of the FA Cup and the Capital One Cup. As Manchester City won the latter and are all but certain of finishing no lower than sixth, that place will transfer to the league.

So, fifth in the league (and the FA Cup winners) will go direct...