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ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Jesse Lingard: Manchester United are 'capable of anything'

The FC crew assess Man United's style of play under Jose Mourinho after criticism from Ajax after the Europa League final.
With rumours surely to intensify surrounding Antoine Griezmann and Manchester United, the FC panel talk what the striker will bring to Old Trafford.
The FC panel were all positive after watching Manchester United thoroughly dominate an electric, albeit young Ajax side.
Wayne Rooney and Manchester United raise the Europa League trophy following their 2-0 victory over Ajax.

Jesse Lingard says Manchester United did not meet their preseason targets to win the Premier League title or finish inside the top four but he believes their form this season showed they "we're capable of anything."

United eventually finished sixth -- 24 points behind champions Chelsea -- but in winning the EFL Cup and Europa League they have ended the season with two pieces of silverware and ensured Champions League qualification.

"I think finishing inside the top four and winning the league was...

 By PA Sport

Patrick Roberts wants first-team football after Celtic loan spell

Celtic made history as the first Scottish team to go through an entire domestic season unbeaten in both league and cups.
Celtic completed their Scottish Premiership campaign unbeaten, cruising to a sixth consecutive title.

Manchester City winger Patrick Roberts hopes to keep playing regular football after an 18-month loan spell at Celtic came to an end.

Roberts, 20, helped Brendan Rodgers' side to win a domestic Treble and played in 38 of their undefeated 47 matches, becoming more influential in the closing months of a memorable campaign.

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His future at City under Pep Guardiola is uncertain but he is determined to continue enjoying his football, amid reports linking him with a move to the Bundesliga.

When asked...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Cesc Fabregas on a move away from Chelsea: 'You can never say never'

Antonio Conte praises Chelsea's effort throughout the season, but says they need to add more quality.
Thibaut Courtois laments the decision to allow Arsenal's opener, where he feels Ramsey clearly interfered.
Antonio Conte addresses Arsenal's controversial goal in the FA Cup final, which he feels shouldn't have stood.

Cesc Fabregas has said he is happy playing for Chelsea but you can "never say never" about a move away from the club this summer.

Fabregas, a reported target for Manchester United and Liverpool, started just 15 games across the season and was a substitute for the FA Cup final defeat against Arsenal.

Asked if his lack of game-time has made him think about leaving, he said: "Not necessarily, but in football you can never say never.

"Anything can happen but I have always said I feel very, very loved...

ESPN FC  By Dale Johnson

European league champions and European qualification 2016-17

Zinedine Zidane says Real Madrid winning their 33rd La Liga title was the best day of his professional career.

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

Champions League: Chelsea (champions), Tottenham Hotspur, Manchester City; Manchester United (as Europa League winners, also EFL Cup winners)
Champions League final qualifying round: Liverpool
Europa League group stage: Arsenal (FA Cup winners)
Europa League third qualifying round: Everton
Relegated: Sunderland, Middlesbrough, Hull City

 By Nick Miller

Champions Spurs, Bilic out, Allardyce at Stoke: 'Way-too-early' 2017-18 picks

The FC crew recall the defining moments that stuck out for them during the 2016-17 Premier League season.

The dust has just settled on the 2016-17 in the Premier League, but we can't help but look ahead. Sure, it's way too early, but we asked Nick Miller to make his predictions for next season nonetheless.

Champions: Tottenham Hotspur

The romantic choice, but Spurs have arguably been the best team in the division throughout the past two seasons, so the progression under Mauricio Pochettino will continue. Probably.

Other Champions League places: Chelsea, Manchester City and Manchester United