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La Liga News: 6 November 2015: Cristiano Ronaldo denies Manchester City move, David Moyes under pressure at Sociedad

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Cristiano Ronaldo dreams of Man Utd return, says Guillem Balague in new biography | Football News | Sky Sports
Sky Sports' Spanish expert Balague says Manchester United informed Ronaldo's agent in 2013 that they had the financial clout to secure the Real Madrid forward, while David Moyes was managing the then-Premier League champions.

Ronaldo: I would move to Qatar rather than Man City if I needed money | FourFourTwo
Cristiano Ronaldo has rejected the possibility of joining Manchester City, insisting he would rather move to the lucrative Qatar Stars League than play for Manchester United's bitter rivals if he needed money.

Moyes confident Sociedad will come good | FourFourTwo
Embattled Real Sociedad coach David Moyes is convinced the La Liga strugglers will start winning games and climb the league standings. Moyes faces an uncertain future in San Sebastian, with Sociedad hovering just two points above the relegation zone after 10 rounds this season.

Emery eyes strong Sevilla response against Madrid | FourFourTwo
Real Madrid's visit in La Liga gives Sevilla a good chance to get the Manchester City loss out of their system, says coach Unai Emery.

Marcelo, Navas to miss Sevilla | Football Espana
Real Madrid will be without Marcelo and Keylor Navas when they go to Sevilla on Sunday but both should be fit for the Clasico against Barcelona. Brazil international Marcelo was injured in Tuesday’s win over Paris Saint-Germain and replaced by Nacho, who went on to score the only goal of the game.

No big winter spending at Espanyol | Football Espana
Espanyol aren’t expected to splash the cash in the January transfer market despite the takeover by Chen Yansheng’s Rastar Group. AS reports that despite speculation of an influx of new faces this winter, the window is likely to be a quiet for at Cornella-El Prat.

Juventus want Banega and Emery? | Football Espana
AS cites Calcio Gazzetta as claiming Emery is tagged as a successor to current Old Lady trainer Max Allegri, who has been under pressure amid a disappointing start to the season.