Real Madrid to donate €1m to help refugees in Spain - ESPN FC
Real Madrid are to donate €1 million to aid refugees taken in by Spain, the Primera Division club have announced. Real have followed in the footsteps of clubs such as Bayern Munich and Celtic, who this week pledged to provide help to people affected by the refugee crisis.
Real Madrid confirm Federico Valverde signing | Realmadridnews.com
In an interview with Spanish radio station Cadena SER, Perez admitted he had just closed the deal that will bring the promising footballer to Madrid, although he will not arrive until next summer. "He is only 17 years old and we cannot bring him until he is 18, but when he reaches that age he will be here," Perez explained.
La Liga clubs in refugee aid | Football Espana
Real Madrid, Barcelona and Eibar are among the La Liga clubs to have pledged aid to the refugees being taken in by Spain. Los Blancos announced via their official website on Saturday that they would donate €1m to support "the men, women and children who have been forced to leave their homes in order to flee war and death".
Espanyol legend Tamudo retires | Football Espana
Espanyol legend and former Spain striker Raul Tamudo has announced his retirement from football. The 37-year-old spent the final two years of his career in his native Catalonia with Segunda B side Sabadell but missed much of last season with a knee injury and was subsequently considered surplus to requirements.