Wednesday, 3 June 2015

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Rafael Benitez was reduced to tears as he was presented as the new coach of Real Madrid on Wednesday but he is not the only one to have shown raw emotion

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The appointment of the Spaniard at Real has not gone down too well with many of the club's fans. But what is Rafa's reputation in the three countries he has worked?

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The France international has been heavily linked with the Premier League champions but the Blues manager insists he is not looking to bolster his attacking ranks

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The Spaniard has enjoyed a glittering career in his homeland, England and Italy and, with Real Madrid having confirmed his appointment, Goal takes a look at some of the best pic...

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The former Liverpool boss has taken over from Carlo Ancelotti at the Santiago Bernabeu, but his results over the past decade suggest he may not be the man for the job

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The 55-year-old Spaniard has replaced Carlo Ancelotti at the Bernabeu but the bookmakers aren't expecting an immediate return of silverware in his first campaign in charge

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The Burnley striker, who has also been a target for Manchester United and Tottenham, is set to complete a move to Anfield with communication having stalled with the Spanish club

Tuesday, 2 June 2015

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Reports on Monday night suggested the Brazil-born striker had told friends and family that he wants to quit Stamford Bridge after just one season and move back to Atletico Madrid

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The world record signing has come in for some harsh criticism after an unsuccessful second season at the Bernabeu, but is still expected to resist all offers this transfer window

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Madrid are confident that the goalkeeper will leave Old Trafford this summer but a deal will cost in excess of £25 million - get all the rumours with Transfer Talk

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The 24-year-old, who finished as the Ligue 1 top goalscorer, says he has not yet made a decision on his future and admits it would be tough to reject the Spanish sides

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The 26-year-old, who will now have a buyout clause of €150 million, will be part of Barca's treble-winning side if they overcome Juventus in Saturday's Champions League final

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The Dutch icon says that he felt the Uruguayan striker would have been better suited to playing for a Serie A team than the Catalan giants

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The Spain international dumped the Blancos out in the semi-finals and now wants to make amends by upsetting their great rivals in the showpiece Berlin final

Monday, 1 June 2015