Spanish football morning headlines: Florentino puts Madrid over legends, Super League could pay for Nuevo Bernabeu and Cutrone close to Valencia loan

Spanish football morning headlines for 30 January

Florentino Perez has a history of putting Real Madrid ahead of club legends

Florentino Perez

Sergio Ramos‘ contract renewal negotiations with Real Madrid have become a full-blown soap opera, but, as per Marca, it’s not the first time Florentino Perez has put the club before a legend.

It’s also not the first time Ramos and Florentino have been at loggerheads over the fine details of a contract, although they’ve always worked things out. The pair have always been close, ever since Perez made Ramos his first Spanish signing as president.

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The European Super League could pay for the Nuevo Bernabeu in one go

Santiago Bernabeu

As reported by The Times and carried in Diario AS, a recently uncovered 18-page dossier in relation to the European Super League has underlined the true nature of the project.

Between the €350m per head that the 15 founding clubs of the Super League can insure themselves for and the €3.5b that will be distributed among them, Real Madrid could secure an immediate income of €583m, repaying in one go the €570m loaned by the bank for the construction of the Nuevo Bernabeu.

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Wolves forward Patrick Cutrone close to joining Valencia

Patrick Cutrone

Wolverhampton Wanderers forward Patrick Cutrone is on the verge of joining Valencia on loan according to a report in Sky Sport Italia carried by Football Italia. The Italian returned to Wolves after an unsuccessful stint in Serie A with Fiorentina, but looks set to be on the move again.

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Tags Florentino Perez Patrick Cutrone Real Madrid Sergio Ramos Valencia