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La Liga News: 2 June 2016; Isco Set to Stay at Real Madrid, Jose Antonio Reyes to Leave Sevilla

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Transfer news: Isco staying at Real Madrid, insists Zidane -
Zinedine Zidane insists Isco is staying at Real Madrid despite not being a regular starter in their run to Champions League glory. The 24-year-old only started two of his side's seven matches in the tournament's knockout stages, with Casemiro, Toni Kroos and Luka Modric serving as Zidane's preferred midfield three.

Zinedine Zidane - I don't know what will happen with Alvaro Morata and Real Madrid - ESPN FC
Real Madrid manager Zinedine Zidane says he doesn't know what the future holds for Juventus striker Alvaro Morata this summer. Morata joined Juventus from Real Madrid in the summer of 2014 after coming up through the academy with the Bernabeu club. Though a buy-back club inserted into the deal has many tipping the Spain international for a move back to Los Blancos this offseason.

Jose Antonio Reyes set to leave Sevilla for the second time | Sky Sports
Jose Antonio Reyes is set to leave his hometown club Sevilla for a second time, the La Liga outfit announced on Wednesday. Reports from Spain suggest the Seville-born Reyes, who was a member of the 2006 World Cup squad and who is best known in Britain for a spell at Arsenal, will be joining Turkish Super Lig side Galatasaray.

Sevilla insist Monchi not leaving amid Manchester United and Everton links - ESPN FC
Former Sevilla goalkeeper Monchi took the position at the Estadio Sanchez Pizjuan in 2000, when the club were in the Segunda Division in Spain. They have since won nine trophies including four UEFA Cup and Europa League triumphs -- most recently by beating Liverpool in this season's final -- with Monchi's ability to identify and sign players playing a huge part in that success.

Juve shut out for Andre Gomes | Football Italia
Valencia reportedly told Juventus to forget negotiations for Andre Gomes and even cancelled all meetings. Spanish newspaper AS claims Valencia directors are increasingly irritated at the Juve courtship of their midfielder. He has a release clause set at over €100m and the club wants €50m for his signature.

Rafael van der Vaart does not see his future at Real Betis - ESPN FC
The Dutch midfielder's second stint at Bundesliga club Hamburg came to an end last summer when they chose not to offer the Netherlands international a new contract. He then returned to Spain, where he had previously played for Real Madrid, and signed for newly-promoted Betis on a three-year deal.

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