21 October-2014

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

He has to sort it out

Carlo trusts in Plan B in light of Bale’s injury

A grade II muscle tear in the buttock will keep him out a minimum of 15 days

Ancelotti will include Isco in the 4-4-2 with those that have already beaten Bayern and Barca

Save Coach Zidane; Real Madrid and the Federation will meet today

Without margin for error; Ter Stegen returns in goal for a Barca that is obliged to beat Ajax

A Valverde revolution at Athletic to beat the ‘Dragons’ and stay alive

Staircase to hell; what the players will see before stepping onto the grass

How much do Atleti weigh? Discover how the players control their weight with deterrents

Match-fixing; Gabi did sign the ‘bonus’; it was him who rubber-stamped the payment from Agapito

Ferrer and Mendilibar sacked 

Luis Enrique chews it over

Messi’s negative reaction to being substituted leaves the evidence

“Before making changes we ask the players and then take decisions. Anything that happens afterwards you can interpret according to your interests. My attitude and my behaviour will not change for anybody.”

Gil Marin: “We planned to sign Torres”

“But Simeone didn’t ask for his return and there were no negotiations”

Bale KO; he will not be at Anfield or Madrid-Barca

Athletic need a heroic deed in Porto; 4,000 Rojiblancos supporters in the Estadio de Dragao

Levante sack Mendilibar and Cordoba do the same with Ferrer

Official: Raul will play at Cosmos from 2015

Real 1 Getafe 2: Yoda double between the 90th and 94th minutes

Key match

“We are focused on the Ajax clash. Nothing else exists,” says Enrique.

The Coach, awaiting Busi to make rotations for the Clasico

Bale out at Anfield and against Barca; the Welshman suffers a serious buttock injury

Thiago will be operated on today in Barcelona

Fatal somersault in the Indian League

Djukic replaces Chapi Ferrer and Mendilibar axed

Neymar feels at home

“We want to win the Champions League and we’ll work for that”

Leo Messi’s ‘non-change’; for Lucho the important thing is the ‘feeling’ with his players