Today's front page headlines from Marca, AS and Mundo Deportivo
Espanyol have announced the departure of captain Sergio Garcia to Qatari side Al-Rayyan for a reported €1.5m.
Unai Emery admits Sevilla “can’t do anything” about Carlos Bacca joining Milan after the Rossoneri met his €30m release clause.
Joan Laporta has slammed Barcelona for a lack of transparency in the controversial deal that took Neymar to Camp Nou two years ago.
Barcelona presidential candidate Agusti Benedito has branded the sale of Gerard Deulofeu and reported pursuit of Paul Pogba as a “scandal”.
Real Madrid forward Cristiano Ronaldo has announced the sale of his image rights to Valencia owner Peter Lim.
Massimiliano Allegri has revealed his admiration for Real Madrid midfielder Isco as the Juventus Coach ramps up his search for a new playmaker.
The French media are reporting that Paris Saint-Germain plan to make a move for Barcelona forward Neymar next summer.
Athletic Bilbao have announced that Iker Muniain has extended his contract for a further two years until 2019.
Peter Schmeichel says Manchester United must fight “tooth and nail” to keep David de Gea from under Real Madrid’s noses.
Juventus have reportedly opened the bidding stakes for Barcelona target Paul Pogba at €80m.
Real Madrid are understood to be interested in Lucas Biglia but have not made Lazio an offer for the midfielder.
The Spanish Press claim Marc Bartra has decided to stay at Barcelona this summer, despite a clause which allows him to leave for a cut-price fee.
Josep Maria Bartomeu insists Barcelona cannot afford to “paralyse our transfer activity and give the edge to our rivals” in light of their presidential elections.
The agent of Iker Casillas has revealed that the Real Madrid goalkeeper is “honoured” to be the subject of links with Roma.
Phil Neville has not yet been appointed Valencia’s assistant Coach, despite the club announcing otherwise on Sunday.
Valencia defender Shkodran Mustafi has confessed that he is flattered by reported interest from Real Madrid.
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Agusti Benedito has claimed that the Barcelona’s treble success happened in spite of Josep Maria Bartomeu, while Luis Enrique only contributed “a bit”.
Manchester United manager Louis van Gaal has admitted that the saga surrounding Real Madrid target David de Gea “angers” him.
Valencia have confirmed the appointment of Phil Neville as assistant Coach to Nuno Santo.
Former Villarreal and Atletico Madrid star Diego Forlan believes Neymar’s “magical” talents will make him the world’s best player in the next few years.
Arrigo Sacchi has claimed that Zlatan Ibrahimovic would be considered better than Lionel Messi “if football was an individual sport”.
The Greek media are reporting that Real Sociedad striker Alfred Finnbogason is close to joining PAOK on a season-long loan.
Valencia have lined up Phil Neville as a potential assistant to Coach Nuno Santo, according to the Mirror.
Arda Turan has fuelled speculation that he could leave Atletico Madrid this summer by confirming “my agent is currently in touch with three to four clubs”.
Yevhen Konoplyanka has become the subject of links with Atletico Madrid after being spotted in the Spanish capital on Saturday.
Deportivo Maldonado will reportedly force Geronimo Rulli to join Valencia, despite the goalkeeper holding out for another season at Real Sociedad.
Javier Tebas has confirmed that the LFP has taken legal action against FIFA to change the dates of the 2022 World Cup in Qatar.
Carles Puyol has recounted an episode in Barcelona training when he was “humiliated” by Lionel Messi.
Barcelona’s negotiations with Juventus for Paul Pogba have reportedly been put on hold until after their presidential elections on July 18.
Rafa Benitez has reportedly made it clear to Real Madrid that he views Sergio Ramos indispensable to his plans.
Cristiano Ronaldo has insisted that he is “very happy” at Real Madrid after expressing contempt for “absolutely false” media reports about him.
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Milan have reportedly agreed terms with both Sevilla and Carlos Bacca for €30m. “He is very happy,” said his agent.


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