Europa League winners Sevilla's homecoming - UEFA Europa League - News - UEFA.com
"The mayor should pencil our celebrations into the calendar, because we seem to come here every year," said jubilant Sevilla FC president José Castro, clutching the UEFA Europa League trophy. For the second year in a row, Unai Emery's side were greeted by the mayor of Seville Juan Ignacio Zoido, a Sevilla supporter, in the city hall, with the club's anthem blaring out from the speakers.
One touch, one goal - meet the new Cristiano Ronaldo - Goal.com
Sixty-one goals in 54 games represents a career-best return for Cristiano Ronaldo. The Real Madrid forward scored goals galore in 2014-15 to better his 60 strikes from 55 appearances in 2011-12. Overall, the stats seem similar, but he has in fact become a very different player.
Iker Casillas would welcome David De Gea at Real Madrid | Eurosport
De Gea is under contract at Old Trafford for another season but has been linked with Real after failing to agree to a new deal with the Red Devils."If De Gea does come here, he will be welcomed," Casillas said to Spanish radio station Cadena Ser. "Competition is good and there is not a clause in my contract which states that I have to be number one."
Casemiro set for Porto permanent deal due to option with Real Madrid | Sky Sports
Porto have confirmed that they will exercise the right to sign midfielder Casemiro from Real Madrid. The 23-year-old spent the season on loan at the Estadio do Dragao, making 41 appearances and scoring four goals.
Valencia join hunt for Lazio midfielder | Forza Italian Football
Valencia are the latest side to show an interest in Lazio’s Lucas Biglia, one of their outstanding performers of this season. The defensive midfielder has been a key component in the Aquile side that is fighting to secure the last Champions League qualification spot against Napoli on Sunday, however the Argentine’s future could lie away from the club.
Chinese investment for Malaga? | Football Espana
Malaga could be the subject of a takeover from Chinese concern Double-Edged Sports, led by Wang Kangning. Marca reports the group would assume Malaga’s debt, paying a total of around €70m to take the club from Sheik Al-Thani.