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La Liga News: 16 June 2016; Villarreal Sign Denis Cheryshev, Granada Set to Appoint Paco Jemez

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Real Madrid manager Zinedine Zidane must find minutes for Lucas Vazquez - ESPN FC
The fact that both Real Madrid and Barcelona have decided to play with a three-man front line for the last few seasons has had a collateral damage: plenty of young talent from their youth teams, or even signed from other clubs, has spent too much time on the sidelines and eventually has migrated to greener pastures.

Kahn hits out at ‘boring’ Ronaldo | Football Espana
"He scored the decisive penalty in the Champions League final. Naturally he tore off his shirt, but for someone who has won so much and is so well known, he should’ve held back and also show some thought to the Atletico [Madrid] players. "That would make him really great. Instead, he always does things with fanfare, and it bores me."

Frustrated Keylor Navas ready to join preseason Real Madrid training - ESPN FC
Real Madrid goalkeeper Keylor Navas says it has been difficult being at home to watch his Costa Rica teammates exit at the group stages in this summer's Copa America Centenario. Navas missed the tournament entirely after it was decided that he should sit it out in order to have an operation on a heel injury which had been troubling him through much of the 2015-16 club season.

Denis Cheryshev completes transfer from Real Madrid to Villarreal | Sky Sports
The 25-year-old forward has signed a five-year deal at Villarreal after they agreed a fee, believed to be around £8m, with Madrid. Cheryshev failed to establish himself as a first-team regular at the Santiago Bernabeu after rising through Madrid's youth system, impressing in their 'B' team.

Granada set to appoint Paco | Football Espana
Granada will reportedly appoint Paco Jemez as their new Coach on a two-year contract in the next few days. According to Marca, Paco was the pick of Granada’s new sporting director Piru, who has followed the Coach’s career closely, to the extent that he watched many of his training sessions at Rayo Vallecano.

Middlesbrough Sign Bernardo Espinosa Transfer | Premier League
The 26-year-old Colombian has agreed a three-year deal and will join up with Boro on 1 July when his deal with Sporting Gijon expires. Espinosa began his senior career at Sevilla, making his La Liga debut in May 2011, and after a loan spell at Racing Santander, moved to Sporting Gijon in 2013.

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