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La Liga News: 7 February 2017; Real Madrid Chasing New Goalkeeper, Granada Edge Las Palmas

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Angry Real Madrid ‘threaten European Super League’ - Eurosport
Madrid’s game at Balaidos was called off on Sunday morning, hours before the tie was to be played, over safety concerns after Friday saw heavy storms in the Vigo region. Perez is said to be unhappy that repair work to Celta’s ground wasn’t carried out in the time between the storms and Sunday morning, or that the game wasn’t authorised to go ahead with the area of the stadium concerned closed off. Madrid also hoped the game could be played elsewhere on Sunday.

Real Madrid lining up Thibaut Courtois and Hugo Lloris | Sky Sports
Thibaut Courtois and Hugo Lloris are on Real Madrid's shortlist as they look for a new first-choice goalkeeper. (AS). Real Madrid and Barcelona are on alert to see what happens with Sergio Aguero's future at Manchester City, with both Spanish clubs interested in the forward. (Marca)

Real Madrid hit back at Vigo mayor over postponed La Liga match - ESPN FC
Real Madrid have said it was "inappropriate" and "totally inaccurate" for the mayor of Vigo to suggest they wanted to disregard security measures to allow Sunday's La Liga game at Celta Vigo to go ahead. Vigo mayor Abel Caballero personally made the call to postpone the game after up to 140 kilometres an hour had dislodged pieces of the roof at Balaidos, which he said would have presented a risk of death had the fixture been played.

Cristiano Ronaldo just the latest start to hear Bernabeu boos - ESPN FC
At the end of the 1989-1990 season, a Real Madrid player by the name of Rafael Martin Vazquez demanded a sizeable increase in salary. He had just been one of the main protagonists in a record-breaking season in which the team scored 107 La Liga goals and won a fifth consecutive title. He felt entitled to a raise.

Kempes criticises Valencia's Lim | Football Espana
Mario Kempes has reaffirmed his support for Valencia despite the club’s decision not to renew his contract as an international ambassador of the club. Kempes - who spent a combined seven years in two spells at the Mestalla and is now based in the United States – revealed on social media that the club had decided not to renew his contract after three years and three months.

Granada 1 - 0 Las Palmas - Sky Sports
The on-loan Manchester United midfielder flicked the ball up outside the box before blasting a right-foot shot past visiting keeper Javi Varas. The win was Granada's first in six games and moves them clear of bottom club Osasuna but still five points off safety.