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La Liga News: 16 July 2016; Madrid Duo Set for Transfer Ban, Pablo Piatti Joins Espanyol

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Real Madrid's Cristiano Ronaldo undergoes hyperbaric oxygen therapy in bid to overcome injury - report - ESPN FC
Currently on holiday in Ibiza, where his luxury yacht was this week pictured close to that of Barcelona's Lionel Messi, Ronaldo has reportedly twice visited the Clinica Evidental -- a dental clinic which according to Marca also provides the hyperbaric oxygen therapy treatment as an additional service.

Madrid & Atleti bans ‘around corner’ | Football Espana
Real Madrid and Atletico Madrid’s FIFA bans for two transfer windows are said to be "around the corner" as their appeals are set to be rejected. According to Marca, both Madrid and Atleti "are not in an optimistic mood" about the outcome of their appeals after the two clubs were found to have breached legislation regarding the signing of international minors back in January.

Nani performs martial arts at Valencia unveiling after move from Fenerbahce - ESPN FC
You may have missed it amid the furore, but Nani managed to earn himself a nice little mid-tournament transfer to Valencia during Portugal's run to Euro 2016 glory. After giving him a few days to revel in his success, the Spanish club were finally able to officially unveil their new signing at the Mestalla on Thursday -- and the ceremony was a cut above your average "stand, wave, do a few kick-ups" affair.

Piatti & Barragan leave Valencia | Football Espana
Valencia have announced the departures of winger Pablo Piatti and right-back Antonio Barragan to Espanyol and Middlesbrough respectively. A statement on Valencia’s official website explains that Piatti has joined Espanyol on a season-long loan, with the option for a permanent transfer – thought to be set at €2.5m – to Cornella-El Prat next summer.

Betis seal complex Sanabria deal | Football Espana
Real Betis have announced the signing of former Sporting Gijon striker Antonio Sanabria from Roma in a complex deal. Sanabria has put pen to paper on a five-year contract with Betis, who have paid a reported €7.5m for his services, but the complications begin with Roma retaining 50 percent of any sell-on fee.