18-Dec-2012

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

The two come to a pact: Florentino reminds Mourinho about the spirit of the team

The president wants to avoid the risk of complete disintegration

Perez: “Madrid never give up, it will be difficult but it is a challenge”

Demands that Real fight for the Copa, the Champions League and….seriously for La Liga

Cristiano not effected by the club’s crisis; the Portuguese has scored 23 goals already, only one less than the year past

PSG divulge their plans: “Of course we are interested in Cristiano and Mou”

PSG chiefs Saud bin Abdulrahman al Thani, the right hand of the Emirate of Qatar warns: “The right investments have to be made at the right time”

Barcelona, the football club of Messi: Has more goals than 60 teams in four of the biggest leagues

Orenga’s first appearance in Marca

A great challenge; The new coach has no doubt, “Any coach in this world would like this problem”

Joan Collet, the President of Espanyol: “The LFP is collectively the worst organisation of all”

The secret weapen of Djokovic: We describe the racquet of the future prepared for the Serbian

Perez: “Madrid have the sporting principle to never give up”

Florentino rectifies the situation with Mourinho at a Christmas lunch

Puyol’s comments in line with Perez: “Madrid never give up”

Atleti want Monzon this January

Filipe Luis to be out for three weeks and so the club is negotiating with the left back from Lyon

Copa: Pellegrini waits for Real in the quarters

Orenga already acting as head coach: “Mirotic is more Spanish than me”

Brutal Messi, already 25 goals

The ‘Crack’ has achieved a goal ratio of 1.56 per game and at this rate can reach 60 in La Liga

Leo, in 16 games, already has surpassed 42 ‘Pichichis’ in history

Puyol: I want to play until I am 40

Fed up with Mou: The team rebel against the methods of the Portuguese coach

Florentino contradicts his coach, “Real Madrid never give up”

Boxing: Legra continues being a legend

It is forty years since his second world title