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La Liga News: 1 June 2015; Rafael Benitez Expected in Madrid Today, Sevilla Close to Landing Gael Kakuta

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Benitez due in Madrid today | Football Espana
Real Madrid Coach in-elect Rafa Benitez confirms "the dream starts now" as he sets sail for the Spanish capital ahead of his unveiling on Wednesday. The former Valencia, Liverpool and Chelsea boss departed for Madrid by private jet on Monday morning after his Napoli career ended with a 4-2 defeat to Lazio, who clinched Serie A’s last Champions League place at the Partenopei’s expense.

Derby confirm in-demand Real Madrid coach as their new boss | Daily Star
Steve McClaren left the Rams last month after failing to achieve promotion to the Premier League and the club have turned to ex-Real boss Carlo Ancelotti's right-hand man. Clement said: "I’m incredibly excited to be joining Derby County as head coach and I am looking forward to meeting the players and getting started.

Atletico Madrid facing a calm summer transfer window - ESPN FC
Satisfactory if not spectacular summed up the emotions of Atletico Madrid fans this season as Los Rojiblancos failed to hit the heights of a glorious 2013-14 campaign. Unable to again overcome the Barcelona-Real Madrid duopoly, Diego Simeone's men still ensured they were the best of the rest in Spain and laid the foundations for what should a very exciting year ahead.

Sevilla to complete signing of Chelsea winger after impressing in La Liga - HITC Sport
French forward Gael Kakuta finally appears to have found a real home for his talents, after a stellar season of performances with Rayo Vallecano in La Liga. Having dazzled in Spain during the 2014-15 campaign with the modest Madrid based club, the displays of the 23-year-old haven't gone unnoticed by the opposing clubs he's faced, many of whom have made enquiries to Chelsea about his availability for next season.

David Moyes 'happy' at Real Sociedad and eyeing Premier League reinforcements | Football News | Sky Sports
Moyes moved to Sociedad in November, six months after an ill-fated spell at Manchester United came to an end, and has guided the Spanish side to 12th in La Liga this term. He has been linked with vacant Premier League posts at West Ham and Sunderland but, speaking as a studio guest during Sky Sports' coverage of Barcelona's Copa del Rey triumph over Athletic Bilbao, insisted his focus was fixed on building a side capable of challenging higher up the table in Spain's top flight.