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Saul Niguez insisted Atletico Madrid did not deserve to lose two Champions League finals. “Once is hard enough, but to suffer twice...”
Vicente del Bosque is backing Spain’s young players to do the business in Sunday’s first Euro 2016 dress rehearsal against Bosnia-Herzegovina.
Pepe says Enrique Cerezo “talks too much” after the President claimed Atletico Madrid’s fans could start celebrating the Champions League at full-time.
Argentina have confirmed that Lionel Messi is “better” after making progress in his recovery from rib and back injuries.
Tiago Mendes insists “I have no doubt that Diego Simeone will stay with us” after Atletico Madrid’s defeat to Real in the Champions League final.
Marc Bartra has confirmed that he will be able to leave Barcelona for €8m this summer after failing to make enough appearances in 2015-16.
Sergio Ramos has hinted that he will retire at Real Madrid if Florentino Perez stays on as President. “I’ll always be wherever Florentino is...”
Antoine Griezmann claims Atletico Madrid’s trip to Bayern Munich was “harder” than the Champions League final but admits the latter was more “emotional”.
Today’s front-page headlines from Marca, AS and Mundo Deportivo...
Gabi Fernandez is adamant Atletico Madrid “will bounce back to win a Champions League” following their defeat to Real Madrid in Saturday’s final.
Zinedine Zidane didn’t want to consider how Real Madrid won the Champions League, just enjoy that they did.
Gareth Bale struggled to explain how it felt to win his second Champions League with Real Madrid. ‘I’m cramping up!’
Real Madrid President Florentino Perez wants Cristiano Ronaldo at the club ‘forever’ and says Zinedine Zidane ‘changed history.’
Atletico Madrid boss Diego Simeone admits “losing two finals is a failure” as he rued “seeing the hurt of the people who’ve paid to come here”.
James Rodriguez wants to stay at Real Madrid ‘for many years’ despite not getting on in the Champions League Final.
Cristiano Ronaldo ‘knew he’d score’ when taking the penalty that won Real Madrid the Champions League.
Cristiano Ronaldo scored the decisive penalty as Real Madrid beat Atletico Madrid in the Champions League Final. Football Espana assess the players’ contributions.
Real Madrid win La Undecima as Cristiano Ronaldo’s decisive penalty fired Los Blancos past Atletico in the Champions League final on Saturday.
Cristiano Ronaldo is free to take his place up top for Real Madrid as Atletico go with Stefan Savic over Jose Maria Gimenez in the Champions League final.
Join Football Espana this evening for LIVE coverage of the Champions League final as Real Madrid and Atletico lock horns in another all-Spanish affair!
The agent of Robert Lewandowski has confirmed that he has held talks with Real Madrid over a possible transfer for the Bayern Munich striker this summer.
Gabi Fernandez insists “thinking about the past is useless” as Atletico Madrid look to avenge their 2014 defeat to Real Madrid in Saturday’s Champions League final.
Real Madrid defender Marcelo admits “it’s very important for us to have a fit Casemiro” in the Champions League final as he is a player with “huge potential”.
Fernando Torres is preparing for “the game of my life” when Atletico Madrid lock horns with arch-rivals Real in the Champions League final on Saturday.
Lionel Messi could be Barcelona’s second Copa America casualty after the forward suffered a possible double injury in Argentina’s friendly against Honduras.
Sergio Busquets has expressed his delight at signing a contract extension with Barcelona as “I’ve always wanted this”.
Marco Materazzi has put the 2006 World Cup final behind him by declaring his “support” for Zinedine Zidane in Saturday’s Champions League showpiece.
Zinedine Zidane has insisted that Real Madrid “must run, run, run and run” when they face Atletico Madrid in the Champions League final on Saturday.
Today’s front-page headlines from Marca, AS and Mundo Deportivo...
Diego Simeone is relishing the pressure of ending Atletico Madrid’s wait for a Champions League as “I love having 113 years of history on my shoulders”.
Rubin Kazan have officially appointed former Malaga boss Javi Gracia as their new Coach on a four-year contract.
Toni Kroos insists Real Madrid are “expected” to win the Champions League as “the biggest club must win the biggest competition”.
Espanyol have announced that Constantin Galca will vacate his role as Coach when his contract expires next month.
Barcelona have announced that Sergio Busquets has put pen to paper on a contract extension that keeps him at the club until 2021.
Malaga have confirmed the appointment of Juande Ramos as their new Coach on a three-year contract.

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