Spanish football evening headlines: Real Madrid presidential hopeful, Barcelona concern on TikTok and new La Liga technology

Spanish football evening headlines for 26 March.

Madrid hopeful

Real Madrid news on Friday details a man aiming to challenge Florentino Perez as the Real Madrid president.

Enrique Riquelme – who is aged just 32 – is the founder and largest shareholder of Cox Energy – a solar developer with projects in Latin America and Europe.

Enrique Riquelme

Read more: The 32-year-old rivalling Florentino Perez for the Real Madrid presidency

Riquelme told El Confidencial: “Perez consolidated Real Madrid 2.0, but the institution needs a change. Real Madrid must belong to the members.”

Barca concern on TikTok

Barcelona are concerned at users of social media app TikTok harassing their players and the club want increased security around their training facilities to limit this exposure, as per a report in ESPN.

Barcelona's Camp Nou stadium

Read more: Why Barcelona are concerned about social media app TikTok

Multiple players have been harassed by users of the app – who then upload their videos to the site – and the club want to clamp down on this.

New La Liga technology

La Liga are set to introduce new technology around their stadiums to prevent drones from coming near the facilities in a move to increase player and supporter safety.

Drone in La Liga

Read more: La Liga to install anti-drone technology amid player safety concerns

The news – as reported by ESPN – comes less than a week after a drone landed on the field of play in a match between Athletic Bilbao and Eibar.