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La Liga News: 30 October 2015; Keylor Navas Struggles With Muscle Strain, David Villa Denies Spain Return

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The ghost of Mourinho at the Bernabeu - ESPN FC
Almost two and a half years have passed since Jose Mourinho left his job as Real Madrid coach. In that time, the Portuguese manager has added another Premier League title with Chelsea to his trophy collection, while the Madridistas have conquered their coveted La Decima (tenth European title) and have greeted/supported/booed two other coaches -- Carlo Ancelotti and Rafael Benitez -- at the Bernabeu.

Danilo Real Madrid emergence uncomfortable for Dani Carvajal - ESPN FC
Dani Carvajal. Bayern Munich. It doesn't sound so crazy. And if the Spanish media is to be believed, which is always worth a Dead Sea-sized pinch of salt, the Real Madrid right-back hasn't been forgotten by the perennial Bundesliga champions.

Navas out, Casilla in for Madrid? | Football Espana
Keylor Navas’ muscle strain is likely to keep him out of Real Madrid’s match against Las Palmas in La Liga on Saturday, with Kiko Casilla waiting in the wings. Navas’ impressive start to the season has been curtailed with a knock to his right leg, although he is expected back against Paris Saint-Germain next Tuesday, paving the way for summer signing Casilla to make his official debut.

Real Madrid's Cristiano Ronaldo wants to return to England, says Semedo -
Real Madrid attacker Cristiano Ronaldo may be in line for a return to the Premier League, according to personal friend and Sheffield Wednesday midfielder Jose Semedo. The 30-year-old was interviewed in the wake of Wednesday's 3-0 thumping of Arsenal, and revealed that "deep down" he feels the former Manchester United man will be back before he retires.

Real Madrid won't sell Cristiano Ronaldo or Gareth Bale, says Zinedine Zidane | Football News | Sky Sports
World-record signing Bale, brought in from Tottenham for £86m in the summer of 2013, has been linked with a move away from the Bernabeu by both the British and Spanish press. Real's record goalscorer Ronaldo, who has 12 in 12 games this term, has also repeatedly had to field questions about his future, but Zidane says they will not be sold anytime soon.

Fernando Navarro wants justice for death of Deportivo ultra - ESPN FC
Deportivo La Coruna defender Fernando Navarro has called for "justice" with a police enquiry into the death of a Depor ultra in a fight with Atletico Madrid radical supporters still ongoing 11 months after the event. Francisco Javier Romero Taboada -- known as "Jimmy" -- was killed during a organised street battle with Atletico's ultras before the teams met in November 2014 at the Estadio Vicente Calderon.

Villa rules out Spain return | Football Espana
New York City striker David Villa has ruled out the possibility of returning to La Liga on loan this winter. The veteran has been linked with a move back to Valencia on loan until MLS restarts next March, but he insists his time in the Spanish top flight "has passed".

Llorente rues injury-hit start | Football Espana
Fernando Llorente is unhappy his start to life at Sevilla has been hampered by injury but believes both he and the team are improving. Llorente arrived on a free transfer from Juventus late in the summer window and has managed only six appearances in all competitions, scoring once.

Report: Rayo, Depor want Bueno | Football Espana
Rayo Vallecano are considering trying to bring back Alberto Bueno from Porto but Deportivo La Coruna are in the mix too, and he could even stay in Portugal. AS cites reports from Portuguese publication O Jogo which claims the interest from the Primera pair, with Bueno having had little more than 30 minutes playing time this season across two games.