Spain

Saturday 18 April 2015

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The visitors need three points to remain ahead of Valencia and Sevilla in the race for third place in the Primera Division but their hosts are fighting against relegation

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The Primera Division leaders will be desperate for victory against the third-placed Che after dropping two points at Sevilla last weekend

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Los Blancos were held to a 0-0 stalemate by Atletico on Tuesday and the Germany international is now worried about getting knocked out on away goals

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The Spanish midfielder, who is currently injured, is set to extend his stay at the club, insisting that he will spend little time negotiating with the club's powerbrokers

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It had been claimed that the World Cup winner was ready to call time on his illustrious career but he says he could play on for another "five or six years"

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EXCLUSIVE: The Colombian says he cannot match the duo's scoring exploits but is determined to get Sevilla into the Champions League under the "annoying" Unai Emery

Friday 17 April 2015

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The Spain international has been a revelation since joining from Atletico Madrid in 2011 but now looks set to return to the Spanish capital

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The Potters have signed two players from the Catalans in recent years and now look set to acquire a third, with the 19-year-old closing in on a move to the Britannia Stadium

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The Spain international suffered a recurrence of a hamstring injury on April 4 but is edging closer to a comeback and may face the Gunners in the top-of-the-table clash

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Los Che triumphed at Camp Nou last season and the Manchester City-owned attacker is hoping to help his team-mates repeat the feat this weekend

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The 19-year-old left-back has been heavily linked with both Los Blancos and Manchester City but he is now set to extend his stay at Mestalla

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COMMENT: Both could have been team-mates at Old Trafford had things gone better for Ed Woodward in 2013, but they will line up as enemies at Stamford Bridge on Saturday

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The Barcelona trainer believes his former team-mate is in a class of his own, while also arguing the Catalans have more strings to their bow than 'MSN'