In Germany, there have been a lot of comments about Leo Messi following Barcelona's 8-2 loss to Bayern Munich in the Champions League quarter-finals.
Freshly infused with cash from energy drink giant Red Bull, Brazilian club Bragantino are seeking to follow in the footsteps of the beverage brand's most famous franchise, Champions League semi-finalists Leipzig.
The embarrassing display against Bayern Munich was the end of an era at Barcelona. The club had already expressed a need for change and 'AS' points out this Saturday what the dressing room wants: fresh blood, elections and Xavi Hernandez to become the new coach.
Keep up to date with all the transfer news and rumours from 15th August 2020 as the Champions League quarter-finals continue.
Take a look at all of Inter's goals in the semi-final of the UEFA Cup / Europa League.
In England, they are again placing Saúl at the top of Manchester United's agenda. According to the 'Daily Star', the Red Devils would pay the midfielder 165,000 euros a week if he decides to leave Atlético.
Bayern Munich beat Barcelona in Lisbon, but not just Barcelona ended a cycle. One of them, Leo Messi, and his archenemy Cristino Ronaldo seem to have put an end to their dictatorship in the Champions League.
Former England and Liverpool striker Robbie Fowler claimed Saturday he was wrongfully dismissed by Brisbane Roar, saying the Australian club "turned gangster" on him and assistant Tony Grant.
Barcelona's worst ever defeat in Europe, an 8-2 mauling at the hands of Bayern Munich, will signal the end of Quique Setien as coach but it feels like the end of more than that.Â
The Europa League may not be able to match the riches and glamour of the Champions League, but the presence of Manchester United and Inter Milan in the semi-finals is further evidence that Europe's giants are increasingly taking the competition seriously.