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Cristiano Ronaldo’s future at Real Madrid is suddenly looking uncertain and, according to Ed Peacock, the time has come for the two to part ways.
Big names feature in Spain’s squad for the European Under-21 Championship, but as Livio Caferoglu explains, Alberto Celades’ selection policy leaves him open to criticism.
Julen Lopetegui embarked on his most challenging week yet as Spain were lucky to avoid defeat in their two matches. Livio Caferoglu considers La Roja’s biggest talking points.
Real Madrid have agreed a €46m deal for the ‘new Neymar’, but the deal will be a bridge too far for the 16-year-old, argues Vincent Van Genechten.
The 2016-17 La Liga season is in the books and Real Madrid have won the title.  David Peters takes a look at five things the final weekend taught us.
As Atletico Madrid turn off the lights and move up to the north of the city, Garreth Nunn reflects on what the Vicente Calderon means to him.
Zidane’s rotation policy is paying dividends for the Real Madrid squad, but especially Cristiano Ronaldo, explains Luke Taylor.
Just one weekend of the La Liga season remains.  David Peters reflects on the penultimate round of action and draws five conclusions.
Luke Taylor looks at why there is a tug of war for Atletico Madrid’s teenage full-back Theo Hernandez.
As the La Liga season nears its end, David Peters looks back on the main talking points of 36th round of action.
The top teams all won and the bottom ones didn’t. David Peters discusses the main talking points of the La Liga weekend.
Barcelona’s last gasp 3-2 win away at Real Madrid has blown the title race wide open, but that wasn’t the only talking point from the La Liga weekend, as David Peters explains.
As Tony Adams becomes the next British Coach to try his luck in La Liga, Daryl Hammond can’t see a fairy-tale ending for the new Granada boss.
Celta Vigo will play the biggest game of their season on Thursday, Luke Taylor looks at their chances in the Europa League
Daryl Hammond investigates whether Isco's recent impressive performances merit a regular starting spot at the Bernabeu.
Upcoming European action may have seen several star players rested, but La Liga was as thrilling as ever, as David Peters explains.
Luke Taylor asks the question as he previews the Champions League quarter-final tie between Bayern Munich and Real Madrid on Wednesday.
Juventus-Barcelona brings together the Champions League’s best attack and best defence but, as Marco Gallerani writes, there will be key duels all over the pitch.
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