PRIMERA 2015-16
Week 38 15 May 2016
Athletic Bilbao3 - 1Sevilla
Atletico Madrid2 - 0Celta Vigo
Deportivo0 - 2Real Madrid
Espanyol4 - 2Eibar
Granada0 - 3Barcelona
Malaga4 - 1Las Palmas
Rayo Vallecano3 - 1Levante
Real Betis2 - 1Getafe
Sporting Gijon2 - 0Villarreal
Valencia0 - 1Real Sociedad
Josu Urrutia has made it clear that Athletic Bilbao could yet keep Aymeric Laporte this summer, despite heavy speculation about the defender’s future.
Jan Oblak’s clean sheet against Celta Vigo on Saturday saw the Atletico Madrid goalkeeper win the Zamora Award and equal Paco Liano’s record.
Cristiano Ronaldo scored twice as Real Madrid beat Deportivo La Coruna but Barcelona’s win over Granada means second place.
Constantin Galca says he is prepared to speak with Espanyol’s hierarchy over staying on as Coach next season.
Barcelona successfully defend La Liga as Luis Suarez’s hat-trick defeated Granada 3-0 on Saturday and all-but-earned the No 9 the Pichichi Trophy.
Malaga midfielder Ignacio Camacho has admitted that he “doesn’t know” how his future will pan out over the summer.
Paco Jemez confirms he is open to staying at Rayo Vallecano after their relegation from La Liga, providing “things are done as I want them”.
A sarcastic Juan Esnaider quipped “Marcelino will be happy” as Getafe’s relegation from La Liga on Sunday was aided by Villarreal’s defeat to Sporting Gijon.
Abelardo Fernandez thanked Real Betis for their “tremendous professionalism” in beating Getafe to ensure Sporting Gijon stayed in La Liga at the first attempt.
Pako Ayestaran insists he has the “perfect profile” to manage Valencia permanently, despite ending the season with a 1-0 defeat to Real Sociedad.
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