03-Sep-2013

Today's front-page headlines from Marca, AS and Mundo Deportivo.

Real dream

Bale completes an amazing team for the tenth

Great enthusiasm from the fans at Real Madrid

"Cristiano is the boss, the best in the world"

"I would have come here for a penny"

Kaka in Milan: "There are lover that are not forgotten"

Ozil's record transfer

Arsenal buy him for €45 million

He will earn €7.5 million for seven years

Its the most expensive sale in the history of Real Madrid, more than that paid for Robinho (€42 million) and Higuain (€40 million)

Worth it

Barca want to make Iniesta the second highest paid player afer Messi

They will offer him €12 million, plus €3 million in bonuses

Close of the market: Manchester drop Ander Herrera

Horner, the grandfather of the Vuelta, returns to being the leader

Galactic Presentation

Bale: "I would have signed for Madrid for a penny"

"Cristiano is the boss, the best in the world"

The only setback, many fans chanting "do not sell Ozil"

30,000 fans welcome the Welshman to the Bernabeu

Del Bosque chooses Nacho and Javi Garcia

Transfer market dealings

Out: Kaka to Milan, Ozil to Arsenal, Alvaro Vazquez to Swansea

In: Cordoba and Torje to Espanyol, Alderweireld and Guilavogui to Atletico

United drop Ander Herrera and Valencia do not allow Banega and Pargjo to leave

La Vuelta: Horner, victorious in Hazallans and now leads

Convincing Rosell

The President responds to all the accusations, doubts and insinuations

Brazil: "I can enter the country whenever I want, I do not have to hide"

Martino: "I put up the idea of Tata and was not consulted by Messi's dad"

Guardiola: "Pep is the best coach in Barca's history, but somebody must intoxicated him when he spoke of Tito"

Cruyff: "We must fund the Foundation, but we want to know that the projects will be dedicated these funds"

Surprise revelation: "Still they follow me"

Real Madrid: Bale, the 101 man

Ozil leaves for Arsenal and Kaka signs for Milan

Cordoba and Torje join Espanyol

Barca for 220

Messi, going for La Liga record

Vuelta: The 'grandfather' Horner wins the stage and leads