Antoine Griezmann noted Atletico Madrid’s influence in France’s 2-1 win against Republic of Ireland as “I’m used to games with only a few goals”.
Real Madrid will reportedly negotiate a contract extension with Jese Rodriguez in the next few days before listing him for loan.
Barcelona star Lionel Messi has announced his retirement from international football after Argentina’s defeat to Chile in the Copa America final on Monday.
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Cesc Fabregas has hailed the “amazing unity” of the Spain squad ahead of Monday’s Euro 2016 clash with Italy in the last 16.
Vicente del Bosque insists he is only thinking about Spain’s Euro 2016 clash with Italy on Monday – not what the future holds for him as their Coach.
La Liga new boys Alaves have appointed former defender Mauricio Pellegrino as their new Coach on a one-year contract.
Former Real Sociedad boss David Moyes has revealed that he tried to sign Toni Kroos for Manchester United before he joined Real Madrid.
Paulo Dybala insists “it’s certain that Paul Pogba will stay” at Juventus this summer, disappointing Real Madrid in the process.
Javi Gracia’s Rubin Kazan are understood to be closing in on the signature of Villarreal attacker Samu Garcia.
Spain reportedly plan to install AFE chief Luis Rubiales as their new President and ex-Under-21 boss Julen Lopetegui as their new Coach after Euro 2016.
Koke believes Spain must mix their ‘tiki-taka’ style of play with the “fury” that makes them La Furia Roja when they face Italy at Euro 2016 on Monday.
Ivan Rakitic has claimed that the “best team went home” following Croatia’s last-16 exit from Euro 2016 against Portugal on Saturday.
League chief Javier Tebas has announced that La Segunda will be renamed La Liga 2 from next season.
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Barcelona have reportedly secured a first option on Brazilian striker Gabriel Jesus and agreed a season-long loan for defender Marlon Santos.
Malaga have completed the signings of Keko and Jony on four-year contracts after the pair left Eibar and Sporting Gijon respectively.
Jordi Alba has slammed the Spanish Press for “making up” stories of disharmony in the country’s Euro 2016 camp ahead of Italy on Monday.
Alvaro Morata insists “I have nothing to prove” to Zinedine Zidane after warning Real Madrid that he must feel valued by the club.
Zinedine Zidane has promised Real Madrid fans that new signings are on their way as “in a few weeks you’ll know”.
Spain striker Alvaro Morata has hailed Italy’s own ‘BBC’ as the best defensive unit in the world ahead of Monday’s Euro 2016 second-round tie.
Neymar Sr insists there is “zero” chance of his son joining Real Madrid as the forward is “very happy” at Barcelona.
Barcelona’s Lionel Messi is determined to make it third time lucky when Argentina play Chile in the Copa America final on Monday.
Real Madrid’s Cristiano Ronaldo believes the time has come for him to win a trophy with Portugal as “it would be a dream come true”.
Atletico Madrid are interested in signing Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang from Borussia Dortmund this summer, according to the striker’s father.
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Giorgio Chiellini has denied Xavi Hernandez’s claim that Italy are Spain’s bogey team at Euro 2016, stating it is the other way round.
Giorgio Chiellini believes his former Juventus teammate Alvaro Morata has what it takes to be Real Madrid’s striker for the next “10 years”.
La Liga chief Javier Tebas admits he “isn’t happy” with Brexit and insists Spanish football will not necessarily benefit from the Premier League “going wrong”.
Lionel Messi assures “I’ve always said that I’m happy at Barcelona” after celebrating his 29th birthday on Thursday.
The Brexit vote in the United Kingdom provisionally leaves just six Spaniards out of a possible 32 eligible for work permits to play in the Premier League.
Speculation is mounting that Grzegorz Krychowiak could become the first Sevilla player to follow Unai Emery to Paris Saint-Germain.
Xavi Hernandez claims Italy “are little bit Barcelona’s style and a little bit Atletico Madrid” as they are “the worst team” Spain could face at Euro 2016.
Bruno Soriano has claimed that Italy should be “worried” about Spain ahead of the two countries’ last-16 clash at Euro 2016.
Reported Real Madrid and Atletico target Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang has confessed that “it’d be a dream” to play in Spain one day.


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