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ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Marc Bartra confirms that his Barcelona release clause is €8 million

Centre-back Marc Bartra made 24 total appearances for Barcelona in 2014-15.
Marc Bartra made 13 La Liga appearances for Barcelona this season, including nine from the bench.

Marc Bartra has placed a host of European clubs on alert after confirming that his release clause at Barcelona has been reduced to €8 million.

The defender made 13 appearances during the season for the Catalan club, meaning that the clause written into his contract --reported to previously been set at €40m -- has now dropped due to a lack of playing time.

Bartra confirmed the news at national team media conference on Saturday: "It's in the hands of Carles Puyol [Bartra's agent] and my...

ESPN FC  By Dale Johnson

European league champions and European qualification 2015-16

Clubs around Europe have been celebrating their league title wins with their fans in their cities.

A comprehensive list of all the champions, European qualifiers and relegated teams across the major leagues.

PREMIER LEAGUE

Champions League: Leicester City (champions), Arsenal and Tottenham Hotspur
Champions League final qualifying round: Manchester City
Europa League group stage: Manchester United (FA Cup winners) and Southampton
Europa League third qualifying round: West Ham United
Relegated: Aston Villa, Norwich City, Newcastle United
Promoted to top flight: Burnley,...




ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Bayern Munich rule out Robert Lewandowski sale to Real Madrid

Robert Lewandowski appeared to be slightly embarrassed when quizzed about his fine Bundesliga form.

Robert Lewandowski will stay at Bayern Munich despite interest from Real Madrid, according to the German club's CEO, Karl-Heinz Rummenigge.

Lewandowski's agent has confirmed to Der Spiegel that talks with Madrid have already taken place, and the 27-year-old Poland international told the publication that he may look to "try something new" after six years in the Bundesliga.

However, Rummenigge said Lewandowski, who joined from Borussia Dortmund in 2014, has three years remaining on his contract and...