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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

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Kylian Mbappe 'would be welcome' at Real Madrid - Raphael Varane

The FC crew evaluate where both Juventus and Real Madrid stand entering the UEFA Champions League final.
Sid Lowe explains why it would not be worth the risk for Zinedine Zidane to start Gareth Bale over Isco in Cardiff.
Gab Marcotti is skeptical Alvaro Morata will leave Real Madrid, even with AC Milan's new owners looking to make a splash.
Sid Lowe explains how Real's signing of Vinicius Junior demonstrates their strategy of signing star prospects early on.
Real Madrid's newly signed 16-year-old Vinicius Junior hopes to mature over the next couple years before joining Los Blancos.

Raphael Varane has told Telefoot that "it would be a pleasure" for Kylian Mbappe to join him at Real Madrid.

Mbappe, 18, scored 24 goals in all competitions for Monaco as they won the Ligue 1 title and reached the semifinals of the Champions League.

He is now in-demand and could move this summer, with France international teammate Varane hoping to convince him to join Real.

"Mbappe is a very good youngster with a huge potential," Varane said. "It would be a pleasure to see him here. In addition...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Marco Verratti happy at PSG but Blaise Matuidi undecided on future

Marco Verratti and Blaise Matuidi reaffirm their loyalty to PSG after their Coupe de France triumph over Angers.
PSG president Nasser Al-Khelaifi backs Unai Emery to remain at the club next season after their Coupe de France triumph.
An own goal in stoppage time of the Coupe de France final lifted PSG to their second domestic cup title of the season.

Marco Verratti says he expects to be a Paris Saint-Germain player next season, but teammate Blaise Matuidi has made "no decision so far" about his own future at the club.

Verratti, 24, has been linked with a move to join Barcelona but the Italy international is not looking to leave PSG unless the club decide to sell him.

"It's the club that decides, but I think I'll be there [next season]," he said. "Afterwards we will talk with the club like every year.

"I still have four years of contract and...

PSG fittingly can send club legend Maxwell out on top with cup triumph

With domestic seasons all wrapped up, Alejandro Moreno and Alexis Nunes predict some of the cup finals around Europe.
The ESPN FC crew discuss what lies ahead for Unai Emery and Paris Saint-Germain following a disappointing 2016-17 campaign.
Amid rumours linking him to various clubs, Julien Laurens discusses whether or not PSG's Marco Verratti is set for a move.

PARIS -- Paris Saint-Germain will end an unsatisfying season with a Coupe de France final against Angers at Stade de France on Saturday and the curtain will come down on popular veteran Maxwell's illustrious career with the capital club as well.

It is unclear what the future holds for the Brazilian left-back right now but whether he plays on or hangs up his boots, the 35-year-old will always deserve more credit than he generally tends to get.

Assuming PSG beat Angers this weekend, Maxwell will...