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La Liga News: 16 June 2015; Valencia Sign Rodrigo Moreno, Jose Antonio Reyes Extends Contract

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Real Madrid's unveils new uniforms, with not a bit of pink in sight - Goal.com
Real Madrid on Monday officially released its home and away uniforms, designed by adidas for the 2015-16 season, and while the Rafa Benitez era will begin in home kits true to the elegant simplicity of the past, Los Blancos have said adios to pink for the away uniforms, The Sport Bible reported. This much is clear: Real is hoping the new outfits (oh, and Benitez at the helm, too) will bring better results on the field.

Juventus Make Progress in Mario Mandzukic Chase
Juventus have made progress in their bid to prise away Mario Mandzukic from Atletico Madrid.

Sevilla Jose Antonio Reyes signs new two-year contract - ESPN FC
Jose Antonio Reyes has signed a new two-year contract at Sevilla, the club announced on Monday. Reyes, whose previous deal was due to expire this month, helped Sevilla defend the Europa League title last month to become the first player to win the competition four times in his career.

Rafeal van der Vaart returns to Spain with Real Betis | Sky Sports
Former Tottenham star Rafael van der Vaart has returned to Spanish football by signing for Real Betis on a Bosman free transfer. The 32-year-old, capped 109 times by the Netherlands, has signde a three-year deal at the La Liga club after his contract at German side Hamburg expired this month.

Manchester United have not made any offers for Nicolas Otamendi, say Valencia | Sky Sports
Newspaper reports claimed the Argentinian defender had been discussing personal terms with United but a Valencia spokesperson says there was no basis to the articles. Valencia say they will not sell Otamendi, 27, for anything less than €50m while also describing reports of United's Robin van Persie moving to the Mestalla the other way as "nonsense".

Valencia confirm signing of Rodrigo on a permanent deal | Sky Sports
The 24-year-old spent last season on loan at the Mestalla but now joins the club on a permanent basis from Benfica after Valencia exercised their right to buy the forward. The Brazil-born forward has signed a four-year deal through to 2019, with reports in the Spanish press Spanish press claiming Valencia will pay the Portuguese champions 30million euros.

Parejo close to Valencia renewal | Football Espana
Dani Parejo is a few minor details away from agreeing a new five-year contract with Valencia. Super Deporte say an announcement is imminent regarding the captain’s deal and the revised terms will tie him to Mestalla until 2020 and raise his release clause to €50m.

Duda extends contract with Malaga - Inside Spanish Football
Duda has made the most appearances in Malaga history with 306 and the 34-year-old looks to continue his run for an additional two years. Duda has spent 12 years with Malaga, first joining the club from Cadiz in 2001 and featuring off and on until a bitter contract dispute and the club’s relegation in 2006 forced him to flee to Sevilla, where he played behind Antonio Puerta and Diego Capel.

Southampton set to sign Malaga striker Juanmi | Football News | Sky Sports
Southampton have agreed a £5.1million deal to sign Malaga's young striker Juanmi, according to Sky sources. The 22-year-old Spain international's buy-out clause was met by Southampton on Sunday after several weeks of negotiations and it is understood he is now in England to undergo a medical and sign a long-term deal.

Malaga to replace Juanmi with Charles | Football Espana
Malaga are set to replace Southampton-bound Juanmi with Celta Vigo forward Charles, according to reports in Spain. Juanmi is headed for the Premier League, Marca note, for a fee of around €7m, according to the likes of Sky Sports in England.

€50m to buy Levante? | Football Espana
Levante are considering an offer from a United States-based group to take control of the club for €50m. AS cites a report from Cope that claims the unnamed group want to buy the shares of the Anys Cent foundation, which owns 70% of Les Granotes.