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La Liga News: 3 November 2015; Keylor Navas Set for Return, Espanyol Set for Takeover

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Keylor Navas back for Real Madrid ahead of "final" clash against PSG - ESPN FC
Real Madrid defender Marcelo has labelled Tuesday's Group A showdown against Paris St Germain "a final". The sides drew 0-0 in Paris two weeks ago and neither has conceded a goal in their opening three games. They head into the encounter at the Bernabeu level on seven points and at the top of the pool.

Florentino Perez would like Jose Mourinho back at Real Madrid, says Guillem Balague | Sky Sports
Mourinho and Blues midfielder Eden Hazard have been linked with Real Madrid by both the English and Spanish press, following a run of three wins from Chelsea's opening 11 Premier League matches. The defending champions sit 15th in the table, and speculation over Mourinho's future increased in the wake of Saturday's 3-1 defeat to Liverpool at Stamford Bridge.

Cristiano Ronaldo 'needs to make decision over next move soon' | Sky Sports
Reports in the British media have talked up a possible return to Manchester United for Ronaldo, while Sky Sports' Guillem Balague has suggested PSG as a potential next destination. Ronaldo made his name at Old Trafford in a six-year spell between 2003-2009, before joining Real Madrid in an £80m move. Since moving to Spain, he has been smashing goalscoring records, netting 326 goals in just 313 appearances.

Villarreal budget increased to €80m this season - Villarreal USA
Sr. Roig Negueroles has taken over more of the management of the club now, with Sr. Llaneza more in the background and Sr. Roig, still very active, but more as the public face of Villarreal CF rather than a day-to-day manager. His son doesn't seek the spotlight very much, so it was interesting to read an interview he gave with José Luis Lizarraga, a journalist for the local El Periodico Mmediterraneo.

Espanyol set for Rastar Group takeover - ESPN FC
A Chinese company has announced that it is to buy a majority stake in Espanyol and then invest up to €45 million. The Rastar Group is set to buy a 56 percent stake in Espanyol after reaching an agreement in principle with the largest shareholders of the Spanish club, Daniel Sanchez Llibre and Ramon Condal.