NEWS

In-form striker Luis Ezequiel ‘Chimy’ Avila plans to remain at Osasuna beyond this January and gain Spanish nationality, report Marca.
Inter and Barcelona are continuing in negotiations to transfer midfielder Arturo Vidal this month, report Calciomercato.
Southampton are keen on a deal to land Real Valladolid defender Mohammed Salisu, according to a report in Sky Sports.
Real Madrid have identified Liverpool forward Sadio Mane as their prime summer transfer target for next summer, report Le10sport.
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Atletico Madrid have sold just 50 tickets for their Spanish Supercopa clash against Barcelona next week, report El Mundo Deportivo.
Atletico Madrid are prioritising selling Thomas Lemar to the Premier League with Tottenham and Arsenal linked, report Marca.
Spanish second tier side Almeria are hopeful of signing Palmeiras midfielder Gustavo Scarpa, who has been capped by Brazil.
Liverpool and Real Madrid are both keen on landing in-form Sevilla defender Diego Carlos, according to a report in El Desmarque.
Napoli and Celta Vigo remain €5m apart in their negotiations for the transfer of midfielder Stanislav Lobotka, report Goal’s Spanish site.
Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola has opened the door for defender Joao Cancelo returning to Valencia: “He must decide his future.”
Barcelona may decide to cash-in on defender Nelson Semedo this year should they receive a suitable offer, say Diario Sport.
Valencia boss Albert Celades has confirmed the club are hopeful of renewing the contract of defender Ezequiel Garay this month.
Atletico Madrid and Espanyol are both in talks to land Milan midfielder Samu Castillejo, according to a report in Diario Sport.
Dinamo Zagreb winger and Spain international Dani Olmo is ‘happy’ that Barcelona have made a transfer approach to sign him.
Real Madrid and Valencia are among the clubs hopeful of signing Lille midfielder Boubakary Soumare, according to reports.
Tottenham have reportedly joined the group of clubs interested in landing out-of-favour Atletico Madrid forward Thomas Lemar.
Borussia Dortmund have put a price of €40m on reported Atletico Madrid target Paco Alcacer, according to reports.
Getafe have completed the loan signing of Nigerian international Oghenekaro Etebo from Stoke City, it has been confirmed.
Thursday's front page headlines from Marca, Diario AS & El Mundo Deportivo, in English! 
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Ajax goalkeeper Andre Onana - who has been linked to Barcelona - has claimed clubs have not signed him because he is black.
Wolves winger Adama Traore has admitted he is open to a return to Spanish football amid links with a move to Real Madrid.
Sevilla have reopened their interest in landing Paris Saint-Germain midfielder Julian Draxler, according to Diario AS.
Real Madrid are planning a move to sign Kylian Mbappe’s younger brother Ethan to add to their academy, say Diario AS.
Lyon are hopeful of securing the loan return of Real Madrid striker Mariano Diaz in January, according to Diario AS.
Atletico Madrid are paying close attention to Velez Sarsfield teenager Thiago Almada, according to a report in Diario AS.
Striker Luis Suarez is confident he will pen a new contract at Barcelona to take him beyond his current deal ending in 2021.
Paris Saint-Germain will reportedly demand a transfer fee of €10m from Atletico Madrid for striker Edinson Cavani in January.
Everton are in ‘pole position’ to land Real Madrid midfielder James Rodriguez in January, according to a report in El Desmarque.
Barcelona have made a formal offer for Dinamo Zagreb winger and Spain international Dani Olmo according to multiple reports.
Nemanja Matic admits he does not know his Manchester United future and that he could be on the move in January.
Barcelona will continue to be without their midfielder Arthur Melo for the month of January, according to Diario AS.
Barcelona will be without goalkeeper Marc-Andre Ter Stegen in the early new year with a knee injury, report Diario AS.
Former Barcelona player Kevin-Prince Boateng has said ‘football is no longer fun for me’ and blamed the ‘curse’ of money.
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