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The Hipsters Guide to Europe #3

Anthony Kendrick, Richard 'Hero' Hudson and Nadz present 'The Hipsters Guide to Europe', in which we discuss the biggest stories across the continent.

The major transfers during the January transfer window are analysed. In the Bundesliga, Dortmund signed 17-year old striker Alexander Isak amidst interest from Real Madrid, with Neven Subotic and Adrien Ramos leaving on loan deals. We also saw attacking midfielders Leon Bailey and Yunus Malli move to Leverkusen and Wolfsburg respectively, how highly rated are they and can they be the next big thing? In La Liga, Jovetic has made a good start at Sevilla but is this enough to impress a doubtful Richard? And can forwards Fabian Orellana and Simone Zaza turn around Valencia's fortunes?

We move on to Serie A with the biggest move Mattia Caldara to Juventus, who could be the one to finally dislodge the Juventus back three. Everton winger Gerard Deulofeu has joined AC Milan on loan, along with Lucas Ocampos. Finally we look at the French league, with Julian Draxler and Goncalo Guedes joining PSG for around £60m. Can these signings improve their side, and what does Nadz make of their change in transfer policy?

The other big stories include the La Liga title race, with Real Madrid top and favourites. What does Nadz make of the side and how much has Gareth Bale's absence affected them? In Ligue 1, Monaco are top of the league and are the highest goalscorers in Europe's big leagues this season, and Falcao has returned to form. Can they hold off PSG and win the title?

We finish the show by reviewing the Champions League, with PSG given a tough draw against Barcelona, and Napoli facing Real Madrid. And how will the English sides in Leicester, Man City and Arsenal fare?

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