Las Palmas start their La Liga return with the small matter of a trip to Atletico Madrid and Saul is brimming with confidence.
Thursday, August 20, 2015
Marco Asensio will spend the season at Espanyol having been allowed by Real Madrid to leave on loan.
The Barcelona forward looked destined for Old Trafford but will instead be heading to Chelsea, representing another blow to United's reputation in the transfer market.
The winger is leaving Barcelona for the Premier League after the two sides reached an agreement on a deal worth around $33.5 million.
The Gunners look likely to miss out on their top summer target, but they were right to focus on the Real Madrid man and ignore many of other strikers who were on the market.
The attacker has been granted permission to sit out Thursday's session in order to resolve his future with the English Premier League club.
Manuel Pellegrini's side edged out rival Manchester United to recruit the Argentina international, whose stats as a defender in La Liga last season were impressive.
The one-time Manchester United target has completed his move to the Etihad Stadium, with Manuel Pellegrini hailing him as the best defender in La Liga last season.
Wednesday, August 19, 2015
Strikes from Rodrigo, Daniel Parejo and Sofiane Feghouli gave the La Liga side a two-goal advantage heading into next week's crucial second leg at Stade Louis II.
Nuno's side resisted the resilient Ligue 1 outfit, which had a strong penalty appeal turned down in the second half, to take a strong lead to Stade Louis II in six days.
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Alex Song is set to return to Upton Park despite serious injury concerns and a disappointing end to last season's loan spell at Upton Park
Barcelona will challenge Gerard Pique's four-match suspension for his dismissal against Athletic Bilbao.
The 21-year-old is confident he can play anywhere in his new side's midfield and is looking forward to teaming up with Luka Modric and Cristiano Ronaldo.
The Spain international has been omitted from Louis van Gaal's first three matchday squads as speculation continues to link him with a move to the La Liga giants.
The Frenchman is convinced his compatriot is destined to take charge of the Santiago Bernabeu side after Rafael Benitez.
The Gunners still want to sign the Real Madrid striker, but there is a growing acceptance in north London that the Spanish giants will refuse to sell.
The Spanish football federation has ignored the defender's pleas that he did not insult the assistant referee and has taken serious action.
The Red Devils' unwillingness to match Barcelona's asking price has alienated the 28-year-old, who believes he would enjoy a more important role at Stamford Bridge.
The Argentina center back is being put through his paces at Wilmslow Hospital and will soon be announced as the latest player to move to the Etihad Stadium this summer.