Real Madrid star Karim Benzema will agree a new contract extension at the club this week. The French international has now returned to preseason training following an extended post Euro 2020 holiday and a positive Covid-19 test last month.
Still away with the Spanish Olympic football team, Marco Asensio is in for a shock when he returns to Real Madrid after it became clear that Los Blancos are ready to cash in on a player that seemed untouchable a few seasons ago.
Arsenal may get the perfect opportunity to get Martin Odegaard for a reduced price this summer. As reported by Lucas Navarette this morning, Odegaard is having doubts over where he will fit in at Real Madrid amid Carlo Ancelotti’s desire to play a 4-3-3 and the presence of senior stars Luka Modric and Toni Kroos.
Arsenal, Tottenham and Liverpool are all interested in signing Real Madrid midfielder Marco Asensio, according to Todo Fichajes. When Asensio first pulled on the Los Blancos shirt five years ago, stardom appeared to be on the horizon for the Spaniard.
Arsenal have been joined by Chelsea and Liverpool in the race to sign Martin Odegaard, according to Fichajes. Odegaard joined Arsenal on loan in the January transfer window, having struggled to force his way into Zinedine Zidane’s thinking at Real Madrid.
Following a recent leak by outlet Der Spiegel (as relayed by SportBible), which reveals the details of defender David Alaba’s Real Madrid contract, it’s not hard to work out why the Austria international decided to leave Bayern Munich earlier this summer.
Here are your Spanish football evening headlines for July 30. Raphael Varane says goodbye to Real Madrid Real Madrid star Raphael Varane has said goodbye to his teammates ahead of his move to Manchester United.
Real Madrid have issued a statement supporting UEFA’s decision to revoke sanctions against clubs involved in the European Super League. Los Blancos confirmed their intentions to remain as a league member at the back end of 2020/21 despite the majority of clubs pulling out of the doomed.
It’s not exactly been a secret that Man United have been pursuing Raphael Varane this summer, and it finally looks like the deal will be going through after United officially announced that an agreement had been reached.
Manchester United’s newest signing Raphaël Varane was recording bidding farewell to his teammates today at Real Madrid’s training session, It’s rare you get a player going from Real Madrid to the Premier League, does this just show how bad Real Madrid are gone and the lack of their finances?
Spanish giants Real Madrid, led by president Florentino Perez, have officially announced on Friday that along with Barcelona and Juventus, they still have plans to push through a European Super League (ESL).
According to recent reports in Italy, La Liga giants Real Madrid have made a decision on the long-term future of midfielder Isco. Isco, 29, joined Real Madrid in 2013 following a £27m move from domestic rivals Malaga.
Once Martin Odegaard returned to Real Madrid after his loan spell in north London, it was felt that Arsenal had little chance of seeing him return, however, Los Blancos have now opened the door to that possibility.
Levante forward Roberto Soldado committed a horrible challenge on Villarreal’s Jorge Cuenca during a pre-season friendly on Thursday evening. The 36-year-old lunged at his opponent in a tackle that could have seriously injured him.
Real Madrid will go all-out for Erling Haaland this summer if they are unsuccessful in their attempts to sign Kylian Mbappe, according to Marca. As is mentioned in the report, Mbappe is the number one target for Real Madrid, whose summer has been a story of selling players to raise cash, rather than investing into Carlo Ancelotti’s squad.
Story via CaughtOffside Spanish giants Real Madrid, led by president Florentino Perez, have officially announced on Friday that along with Barcelona and Juventus, they still have plans to push through a European Super League.
Liverpool are reportedly interested in a potential loan deal for Real Madrid forward Vinicius Junior this summer. The Reds could do with freshening things up in their attack at the moment after a difficult season last term that saw them slump to third in the Premier League table and fail to win any silverware.
There are a lot of expectations for Japan to do well at the Olympic Games, but the expectations are not huge in men’s soccer. However, after two games each in the Olympic men’s soccer tournament, it is Japan that is the only team with the full six points.
Real Madrid and Scottish galacticos Rangers… Wait. No.. Rangers and Spanish galacticos Real Madrid recently played a pre-season friendly and much to British fans’ delight – the boys in blue came with a shock 2-1 victory.