Spain

Wednesday, July 27, 2016

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The Spanish club is set to miss out on Paul Pogba but reportedly will now table an offer for one of France's stars at Euro 2016 to strengthen its midfield.

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Zinedine Zidane's side gets its preseason underway with a heavyweight clash against the Ligue 1 champions - will the Liga side be able to cope without Ronaldo and Bale?

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The Argentine has signed a new deal to remain at Camp Nou for three more years - recognition for a player who has led by example ever since he signed from Liverpool in 2010.

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The Irish low-cost airline has tweeted a message to the Real Madrid and Portugal forward, congratulating him after Madeira airport was renamed in his honor.

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The new Blaugrana arrival explained his decision to snub their Liga rivals and admitted he is keen to team up with Lionel Messi and Andres Iniesta at Camp Nou

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The Dortmund star, who is a target for Man City, had apparently admitted he would only leave Germany for the Liga giants but has insisted he did not make those statements.

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Villarreal has completed the signing of Alexandre Pato, with the Brazilian putting pen to paper on a contract running until 2020.

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Luis Enrique's men continued their relaxed approach to pre-season training with another partially open session on Wednesday morning.

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The Argentina international is set to extent his stay at the Camp Nou, where he has become an integral part of the defense since joining from Liverpool.

Tuesday, July 26, 2016

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Valencia could receive up to €70 million following Andre Gomes' transfer to Barcelona, with the midfielder set to sign a five-year deal.

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Barcelona's Denis Suarez is ready to battle for a first-team place while Munir El Haddadi is unconcerned by the club wanting a new striker.

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The Catalan club is now looking at new targets after failing to sign a forward as cover for Lionel Messi, Luis Suarez and Neymar this summer, which has been its priority.

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The new PSG boss is a big fan of his opposite number at the Santiago Bernabeu, while James Rodriguez and Raphael Varane are keen to make a bid for regular action.

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The Spain attacker has faith in the Belgium international's technique and believes he will go on to match the Barcelona star as one of the world's best players.