Saturday, 4 July 2015

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The Real Madrid star was annoyed when asked by his media officer to cut an interview short, insisting the request made him look unfriendly to the journalist

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Laporta has accused his presidential election opponent of lying to Barcelona fans and damaging the club's reputation, a criticism Bartomeu did not take too well

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The German giants, the two forwards especially, had little mercy in a charity match against a team of Olympians on Saturday as they reached double figures against their opponents

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The Germany international says that he was delighted to have moved to the Bernabeu last summer but was disappointed with how his first season in Spain panned out

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Five names - including former chief Josep Maria Bartomeu - will battle for the position in the forthcoming elections, with several making promises related to transfers

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The Spanish giants are involved in a public dispute with their talismanic defender but the Barcelona star believes his international team-mate will not end up at Old Trafford

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The Portugal star says Real Madrid's new boss boasts an impressive level of experience and claims he has no news on Sergio Ramos' intentions

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The Turkish have just snapped up ex-Barcelona star Samuel Eto'o and intend to add his former team-mate to their squad before the player decides to retire from playing

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The Croatian thinks that a return to San Siro would be counterproductive for both the Swede and the Rossoneri, who he feels have bought well so far

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Former los Blancos goalkeeper Jesus Fernandez says the captain has been unfairly criticised at times and admits it is hard to imagine the club without Sergio Ramos

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The 29-year-old exclusively told Goal In June that he is not looking to leave, while the Serie A outfit's sporting director, Walter Sabatini, admits a deal will be difficult

Friday, 3 July 2015

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The Barca midfielder backs his side's pursuit of the in-demand pair and says that team-mate Neymar will continue to learn after his frustrations at the Copa America

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Rudi Garcia's side have an option to turn the Colombian forward's loan move from Cagliari into a permanent transfer for a further £5.7 million after he impressed there last season