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Top 10: El Clasico stars who could move to the Premier League (1)

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While it may not seem like it was too long at all since the two great rivals of European football last squared off, Wednesday night sees the return of 'El Clasico' as Real Madrid face Barcelona in the Copa Del Rey final at the Mestalla.

The last meeting between the fierce La Liga foes - a league clash at the Santiago Bernabeu in March - was an absolute corker, with a hat-trick from Lionel Messi against 10 men enough to secure Barcelona's place back in the title race following a breathless 4-3 triumph.

As the next keenly-anticipated tie between these two gets ever closer, it has come to our attention that a whole host of Real Madrid and Barcelona players have been included in transfer rumours over the last few weeks.

More specifically, a number of those stars have been linked with potential moves to the Premier League. Here, we intend to look at those players who could possibly move from Spain's biggest duo to the English top-flight.

Click on to view our choices and don't forget to leave your thoughts in the comment box provided below.

Do you think any of these players will really move to the Premier League this summer? Which should Real Madrid/Barcelona be looking to keep?

Have we made any glaring omissions? Let us know.

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