Levante have confirmed the signing of Oscar Duarte on a free transfer.
Valencia are monitoring Juan Cuadrado's situation with Serie A giants Juventus.
Sevilla are pushing ahead with their pursuit of RB Leipzig goal keeper Peter Gulacsi.
FC Barcelona are still considering selling Philippe Coutinho, as they look to balance their finances.
Real Madrid are to make a move for Sporting Lisbon midfielder Bruno Fernandes in the coming days.
Kylian Mbappe wants Brazilian international Neymar to remain at Paris Saint-Germain for the 2019-20 season.
Saturday's front page headlines from Marca, Diario AS and Mundo Deportivo. 
Former Barcelona star Ronaldinho is not allowed to leave Brazil as his Brazilian and Spanish passports have been confiscated over unpaid taxes and fines.
Dani Carvajal insists his Coach Zinedine Zidane and Real Madrid ‘are more prepared than ever’ ahead of the new season.
Juventus and Barcelona are in discussions over the transfer of teenage defender Juan Miranda with a €15m deal possible, say reports.
Lionel Messi has been fined $50k and given a three-month ban on playing for Argentina after comments suggesting Brazil were favoured in the Copa America.
Ajax midfielder Donny van de Beek has confirmed Real Madrid want to sign him this summer following strong media speculation.
Saudi Arabian businessman Turki Al-Sheikh has successfully completed his takeover of Spanish second tier club Almeria, it has been confirmed.
Zenit Saint Petersburg have completed the signing of forward Malcom in a deal believed to be worth in the region of €45m, it has been confirmed.
Valencia general manager Mateu Alemany will stay at the club following crisis talks with club owner Peter Lim, according to reports.
Crystal Palace look set to sign Real Betis midfielder Victor Camarasa but a move has been held up over the structure of a deal, say Marca.
Barcelona have promoted full-back Moussa Wague to their first-team squad next season, it has been confirmed by ESPN FC.
Spanish second tier club Almeria are set to be bought by Saudi Arabian businessman Turki Al-Sheikh, according to a report in Marca.
Leganes have offered €4.5m to Chelsea to sign Nigeria international defender Kenneth Omeruo on a permanent deal, say Marca.
Former Atletico Madrid defender Juanfran Torres is set to move to MLS club Chicago Fire as a free agent, report Marca.
Saul Niguez admits that he was ‘surprised’ by the manner of Antoine Griezmann’s departure of Atletico Madrid.
Atletico Madrid forward Angel Correa has agreed personal terms with Milan but the clubs are still apart on a transfer fee, say reports.
Real Madrid have reactivated their interest in signing Ajax midfielder Donny van de Beek this summer, claim multiple reports.
Experienced Brazil full-back Dani Alves has joined Sao Paulo on a three-year deal, it has been confirmed by the club.
All La Liga, Champions League and Europa League matches will be available to watch live for customers on Spain’s AVE trains next season.
Friday's front page headlines from Marca, Diario AS & El Mundo Deportivo, in English! 
Atletico Madrid have tabled a renewed bid of €50m to land playmaker James Rodriguez from cross-city rivals Real Madrid, say reports.
Barcelona forward Malcom was not involved in training on Thursday as he completes his move to Zenit Saint Petersburg, report Marca.
Real Betis are holding out on the sale of Giovani Lo Celso with no agreement yet reached with Tottenham Hotspur, say reports in Spain.
Crystal Palace are in talks to sign midfielder Victor Camarasa from Real Betis, according to multiple reports in Spain.
Neymar will leave Paris Saint-Germain this summer with those involved seeking a solution, according to reports.
Joao Felix has revealed he intends to become an Atletico Madrid great and has been inspired by the club’s list of legendary strikers.
Kieran Trippier has insisted his ‘priority’ is to gain fluency in the Spanish language after his transfer to Atletico Madrid.
Leganes striker Youssef En-Nesyri has criticised the club for ‘caring too much about money’ after they rejected an offer from Brighton.
La Liga have informed Granada, Malaga and Las Palmas they will not be allowed to register any more players for official competition.
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