Thursday, July 30, 2015
Alvaro Negredo has been linked with a move away from Valencia, despite signing a permanent deal at the end of 2014-15.
Barcelona welcomed Lionel Messi back earlier than expected on Thursday as the diminutive forward began his preparations for the new season.
Barcelona coach Luis Enrique is satisfied with his side's tour of the United States, despite defeats to Manchester United and Chelsea.
Wednesday, July 29, 2015
Lionel Messi and Neymar will be available for Barcelona's opening fixtures of the new season, despite busy summers at the Copa America.
After Jose Mourinho responded to comments by Rafael Benitez's wife, the Real Madrid boss refused to fan the flames further.
After completing his switch back to Atletico Madrid from Chelsea, Filipe Luis hopes to win the fans over with his performances on the pitch.
The Portuguese has lashed out at the new Real Madrid boss, but is he genuinely concerned about the Spaniard's potential to eclipse his success or just up to his old tricks?
The midfielder says that he is willing to run "5,000 kilometers" so that one of the team's star men can remain in the final third but admits that it is hard work.
Eden Hazard and Luis Suarez impressed with a goal each as Chelsea and Barcelona locked horns in an action-packed International Champions Cup draw
After the Bayern Munich coach made Arturo Vidal his latest acquisition, Goal looks back at his hit rate in the transfer market, from the Chilean to Dmytro Chygrynskiy
After hitting out at Rafael Benitez and his wife, Goal takes a look at some of Jose Mourinho's most controversial - and humorous - barbs and put-downs
Jose Mourinho hit back at comments made by Rafael Benitez's wife, who claimed her husband is always "tidying up" after the Chelsea manager.
The Belgian was in scintillating form but the striker continues to struggle with injury, while Luis Suarez looks ready for the season to begin, writes Jamie Dunn.
Tuesday, July 28, 2015
Chelsea was triumphant in another penalty shootout at the International Champions Cup.
The former Brazil international believes he would easily win the trophy now because of the lack of quality at the top level.
Jose Angel Crespo has signed a three-year deal at Aston Villa after the Premier League club agreed to an undisclosed fee with Cordoba.
The striker has long been on Arsene Wenger's wishlist and has suggested he could be moving clubs with a cryptic Instagram message as he departs los Blancos' preseason tour early.
The Brazilian failed to oust Cesar Azpilicueta from the starting XI and returns to the club he helped win La Liga, with the Blues expected to move for Baba Rahman or Alex Telles.
The Brazil international is not obsessed with his Argentine teammate, but is only thinking about improving his own game.
Monday, July 27, 2015
Real Madrid's Cristiano Ronaldo must put team achievements ahead of individual honors, according to Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho.