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La Liga News: 12 November 2015; Isco Withdraws from Spain Squad, Real Madrid Chasing Eden Hazard

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This season has seen the renaissance of Spanish goalscorers | Eurosport
As is the case with most major European leagues, the top goalscorers tend not to be from the country in which they ply their trade. La Liga is no different as a certain Argentinian and a certain Portuguese man rule the roost when it comes to the scoring charts. The arrival of top, foreign stars has pushed Spanish strikers further down the pecking order and meant that some had to leave their home country to get an established run in a side.

Chelsea preparing Ronaldo offer? | Football Espana
It’s claimed Chelsea owner Roman Abramovich is preparing an offer to Real Madrid for Cristiano Ronaldo and will build a team around the Portuguese. AS reports Abramovich wants to arrest the Blues’ decline by bringing Ronaldo back to the Premier League and will make an ‘irresistible’ offer to Madrid to begin the process.

Real Madrid to recover from Cristiano Ronaldo sale - Camacho - ESPN FC
Former Real Madrid player and coach Jose Antonio Camacho said that losing Cristiano Ronaldo would be a setback for Los Blancos, however the club's star-studded squad would likely recover from the loss. The future of Ronaldo has become one of world football's major talking points through recent months, with the player himself repeatedly refusing to rule out a move next summer, and Paris Saint-Germain reportedly interested.

Real Madrid's Isco withdraws from Spain squad - Goal.com
Isco has withdrawn from the Spain squad due to a "strained muscle," it has been confirmed. The Real Madrid attacking midfielder was included in Vicente del Bosque's group for the friendlies against England and Belgium this month.

Football transfer rumours: Real Madrid chasing Chelsea’s Eden Hazard? | The Guardian
As it happens the Italian’s former employers, Real Madrid, have identified as their main megabucks transfer target for 2016 currently-misfiring twinkle-toed Belgian Eden Hazard, who presently plays in somewhat half-hearted style for Chelsea, also Ancelotti’s former employers – but now it seems the deep-pocketed Spaniards will face competition from Paris Saint-Germain, also Ancelotti’s former employers, who have put aside £80m to make sure they win the fight.

Ronaldo can't be happy if he hasn't scored - Nacho - Goal.com
Real Madrid defender Nacho says Cristiano Ronaldo cannot be happy after a game if he fails to score, but maintains he has "complete faith" in him heading into their next game against Barcelona. Ronaldo has scored eight goals in 11 league games this term, but has only found the net in four matches and has been criticised for his form as the Clasico clash with the European and Spanish champions approaches on November 21.

Rayo unveil American franchise | Football Espana
Rayo Vallecano have unveiled their new American franchise, Rayo Oklahoma City, which will play in the country’s second tier. The club – who become Oklahoma’s second football team – will start their journey in the North American Soccer League (NASL) next year and play in the Yukon Stadium, which can hold up to 6,000 spectators.