‘Goal-line technology too expensive’ | Football Espana
Javier Tebas has confirmed that La Liga will remain without goal-line technology next season as it "costs too much money". The likes of the Premier League and Serie A have adopted goal-line technology in recent years, but Tebas confessed Spain could not afford to adopt such innovation, despite its status as one of the world’s best Leagues.
Leganes earn first promotion to Spanish top flight as Alaves win Segunda Division - ESPN FC
Leganes were promoted to the top flight of Spanish football for the first time in their history after winning on the final day of the Segunda Division season on Saturday. Pablo Insua scored with a header following a corner in the 48th minute to give Leganes a 1-0 win at Mirandes to clinch promotion to the Primera Division.
‘Atleti owed two CLs, not one’ | Football Espana
Atletico Madrid defender Juanfran has claimed that "fate no longer owes us one Champions League, it owes us two". Juanfran was part of both Atleti sides that lost to Real Madrid in two of the last Champions League finals, the right-back missing the decisive penalty in their most recent encounter, but he is adamant Los Colchoneros will soon get their hands on a European cup.
Sevilla turn away Andreolli? | Football Espana
Sevilla will reportedly send Marco Andreolli back to Inter after passing up the opportunity to exercise their purchase option for the injured defender. Andreolli joined Sevilla last summer on a season-long loan, the Andalusians also agreeing a €2.5m fee with Inter to make his stay permanent.
Sevilla sound out Sanchez Flores - Eurosport
According to Marca, Sevilla are ready to hijack Espanyol’s advanced negotiations with Sanchez Flores - and they have already asked the coach to hold back from any commitment. The newspaper adds that while the former Valencia and Atletico Madrid boss would be handed greater authority in Catalonia, it pales in comparison to the prospect of Champions League football.
RUMOURS: Man Utd on brink of signing Villarreal defender Bailly - Goal.com
Manchester United are on the brink of signing Villarreal defender Eric Bailly in a deal worth around €40 million, according to AS. Jose Mourinho's side have already reached an agreement with Villarreal and the 22-year-old is expected to sign a deal imminently.