Spain

Monday, August 18, 2014

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The Uruguayan came on to play the final 15 minutes as the Blaugrana beat Leon 6-0 on Monday, but didn't feature alongside the Argentine on his Camp Nou bow.

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Neymar took no time to adjust in his return from injury, while Luis Suarez was a bit rusty in debut as the Spanish giant drubbed the Mexican champion.

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The out-of-favor 25-year-old will spend the season with Vincenzo Montella in Florence after helping Sevilla win the Europa League last season.

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The Brazil star has been out of action since suffering a back injury in his nation's World Cup quarterfinal victory against Colombia, but he is fit and ready to return.

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Carlo Ancelotti's men will be intent on securing a first-leg advantage ahead of their short trip to the Vicente Calderon when they host the Rojiblancos at the Santiago Bernabeu.

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The Portuguese star was nominated to do the viral charity craze by Darren Fletcher, while the Brazil international asked Camilo Zuniga to follow his lead.

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Barcelona has splashed more cash than anyone in Europe thus far, with Liverpool second and Real Madrid third.

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Spain's Primera Division kicks off again over the weekend with three teams in the mix for the title in what promises to be another fascinating campaign. But who will win it?

Sunday, August 17, 2014

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The 26-year-old has endured a frustrating six years at the Mestalla and will look to kick start his career with the Europa League winner.

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It was thought that the Argentine might be asked to play deeper to allow the Uruguayan to lead the line, but the coach is unwilling to place any restrictions upon his No. 10.

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Following a string of big-money moves this summer, Goal takes a look at how a team with the priciest players in each position would look.

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The Barcelona coach says he has been impressed by the Uruguayan in training this weekend and will give him some playing time in the Gamper Trophy clash.

Saturday, August 16, 2014

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Cristiano Ronaldo put the Spanish giants ahead after four minutes but Mario Gomez and Marcos Alonso reversed the scoreline and gave the Serie A side the win

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The Reds have been chasing the Spain Under-21 left back all summer and after agreeing a fee on Tuesday, have finally completed the transfer - their eighth of the transfer window