21-June-2014

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

Xabi to leave the national team. Goodbye after the World Cup
 
He had already taken the decision before going to Brazil.
 
He will announce it shortly so he can dedicate himself fully to Madrid
 
Marca.com: The fans say the key was the physical state and the lack of hunger.
 
Del Bosque: I will do what's best, if I am a hindrance, I will go.
 
Madrid on alert. Luis Suarez, The World Cup like an exam
 
Costa Rica send England home. Los Ticos beat Italy and qualify for the knockout stages.
Del Bosque doesn't hide: If I am a hindrance to our football, I will go
 
Coexistence: It may be that there have been some little things, as happens in families but they have 
 
been small
 
Leadership: I have missed players and people like Puyol and Marchena
 
Tension: The Barca-Madrid issue always invades everything because of some rough games
 
Tostao; Spain are the reason for the excellent football that we are seeing at this World Cup. Thank 
 
you
 
Casillas will stay another year. Agreement with Florentino following the Champions League.
 
Negredo waits for the call from Atletico. He is away on holiday in Ibiza, Milan also want him
 
Benzema, a star for France who impress. He scores a goal and has one taken away as the referee 
 
blows for full time
 
Costa Rica leave two World Champions out. They qualify, eliminating England and either Italy or 
 
Uruguay will go out in the last game.
Luis Suarez to Barca, the key aspects to his signing.
 
His daughter was born in Barcelona and he has family in Cataluña
 
Alexis could make the deal cheaper as Liverpool target him
 
Luis Enrique likes him and would give the deal his approval
 
Xavi tells his family: I'm going
 
Drama in the Toure family after their brother dies.
 
La Roja, a cloud of dust. Del Bosque plays it down but leaves the door open for his departure.
 
Opportunity for Messi to score a hat full 
 
Italy complicate life and England say goodbye
 
Malaga and Monaco to start negotiations on Monday. Caballero could be Valdes' replacement at 
 
Monaco