La Liga chief Javier Tebas has heavily criticised Serie A's finances following talk Inter Milan was a realistic destination for Lionel Messi.
La Liga president Javier Tebas has said Spanish clubs will lose €1 billion if the football season does not restart.
Radomir Antic -- the only man to have coached Atletico Madrid, Real Madrid and Barcelona -- has died aged 71.
Barcelona's request to reduce wages at the club during the coronavirus crisis has been granted by the government, a source has confirmed to ESPN.
UEFA president Aleksander Ceferin has said that leagues that cancel their season without permission could face a European competitions ban.
Barcelona legend Xavi Hernandez has donated €1 million to a hospital in the city to help in the fight against the coronavirus pandemic.
Euro 2020 postponed until 2021? No problem! Missing La Liga, Bundesliga and MLS? Fear not! There are a host of online tournaments to fill the void.
Antoine Griezmann has defended Olivier Giroud after Karim Benzema criticised the Chelsea player on an Instagram live.
European football, currently at a standstill because of the coronavirus, is focusing on a restart in July and August.
Atletico Madrid's players -- and manager Diego Simeone, the highest-paid coach in the world -- have accepted a 70% pay cut.
With almost all football off because of the coronavirus, star players have found themselves at a loose end. How are they filling their time?
The swift decision by two of Spain's biggest clubs to cut costs is causing an uproar given how extravagantly they both spend. How are they doing it?
Money rules soccer in 2020 more than ever, but minnows in the top leagues are still thriving. What defines those smaller clubs always punching up?
Manchester United are ready to rival Real Madrid for Erling Haaland if the striker leaves Borussia Dortmund, sources have told ESPN.
Lucas Vazquez said it would be "incredible" to play in MLS in the future, but added he is happy at Real Madrid and could even retire at the club.
To refresh our memories, here's a pick of the best football photographs from the first three months of 2020 as soccer's global shutdown continues.