Madrid re-sign Lucas Vazquez? | Football Espana
The Spanish Press are reporting that Real Madrid are set to re-sign winger Lucas Vazquez, following his spell with Espanyol last season. According to Marca, the 24-year-old will return to Santiago Bernabeu, where new Coach Rafa Benitez wants him to be more involved in first team duties next season.
Manchester United bid £28.6m for Sergio Ramos, says Graham Hunter | Sky Sports
The Spanish international has two years left to run on his contract but is keen to join Louis Van Gaal's side after 10 years at the Bernabeu. "The player has made it very clear, has told Real Madrid directly, that he is absolutely and completely committed to leaving the club this summer," Hunter told Sky Sports News HQ.
Ronaldo sells image rights to Valencia owner - Goal.com
Cristiano Ronaldo revealed he has struck an image rights deal with Valencia owner Jeremy Lim as he bids to grow his personal brand in Asia. The Real Madrid star, 30, was recently named the third best paid athlete in the world in Forbes' annual rich list and has his sights set on enhancing his wealth even further.
Luciano Vietto Inching Closer To Atletico Madrid Switch | InsideFutbol
Villarreal striker Luciano Vietto has revealed that his impending move to Atletico madrid is at a "very advanced" stage, adding the he is looking forward to playing with Los Rojiblancos.
Miranda having Inter medical | Football Espana
Atletico Madrid defender Miranda is poised to complete a €15m switch to Italian outfit Inter. According to Marca, the Brazilian is currently in Milan undergoing a medical before officially signing for Roberto Mancini’s side.
Atletico Madrid Arda Turan talking with three or four clubs - ESPN FC
Atletico Madrid midfielder Arda Turan has revealed that his agent is listening to offers for him to leave this summer. Turan's representative said last week that the 28-year-old wanted a move to the Premier League and that three top English clubs had made bids for his services.
Agent: Atletico Madrid has agreed to let Arda leave - Goal.com
Arda Turan's agent has confirmed that his client will leave Atletico Madrid this summer. The Turkey international still has two years to run on his contract with the Rojiblancos but the capital club has accepted the midfielder's transfer request.
Valencia rule out Caio transfer due to knee problems - Inside Spanish Football
Valencia made an official announcement on Monday that they have decided to cancel the transfer for the 21-year-old defensive midfielder, with Spanish sports daily AS reporting that it was due to knee problems discovered in Barcelona by renowned surgeon Dr. Ramon Cugat from an injury the Brazilian suffered when he was 14 years old.
Sevilla renew interest in Leroy Fer Inside Spanish Football
According to Estadio Deportivo, Sevilla have not given up on signing Leroy Fer, who they were in negotiations for when the 25-year-old was at Norwich City but ultimately lost out to the QPR, who were able to pay more for the player. However, now that QPR have been relegated, Sevilla are once again turning their attentions to the Dutch star to bolster their squad ahead of their first Champions League campaign in six years.
Emery resigned to Bacca exit | Football Espana
"There are rumours that he might go to Milan and if they meet his release clause then we can’t do anything but thank him for his service to Sevilla," the Coach told reporters. "[However], we’re used to solving situations such as these. Sevilla will have a competitive team next season."
Espanyol’s Garcia joins Al Rayyan | Football Espana
Espanyol have announced the departure of captain Sergio Garcia to Qatari side Al Rayyan for a reported €1.5m. The Catalans also confirmed on their official website that the 32-year-old will bid farewell to the club’s supporters at a Press conference on Tuesday alongside President Joan Collet.
UEFA relax Financial Fair Play rules - ESPN FC
European football's governing body agreed on Monday to relax some of its financial fair play (FFP) rules, allowing clubs a period of accelerated spending on players if they present an affordable business model and show they are not "gambling on success." The loosening of the rules comes after UEFA found that collective losses by clubs decreased by 70 percent over the last three years, pointing to how European football grew despite the tough economic climate on the continent.