Los Blancos still rated the favourites to win the Champions League ahead of Bayern…
All the latest headlines from the newspapers in Spain as Juventus striker Alvaro Morata concedes that he is enjoying life more compared to being at Real Madrid.
– “At Juve I now feel important”.
– Alvaro Morata maintains he is enjoying life in Turin “more than I was enjoying things before”.
– The shield of a champion. The judge doubts Barcelona’s accounts.
– The magistrate puts the current board in a predicament.
– Sevilla 2 Feyenoord 0: Emery’s slate settled.
– Monchengladbach 1 Villarreal 1: Uche saves a point with a heavenly taste.
– The Federation, against the League and Getafe. Pedro Leon is registered but the LFP will appeal if he plays.
– Elche-Eibar awaiting Jonathas.
– Favourites for the Champions League.
– Bayern are the main rivals to take the trophy in Berlin. Real Madrid 4.5, Bayern Munich 4.85, Barcelona 6.50, Chelsea 7.70, Manchester City 15.50.
– Madrid had the best start among the big clubs. Florentino plans to scale down the youth academy; he informs the delegates.
– FEF-LFP conflict over Pedro Leon. The Federation registers him, La Liga doesn’t ratify it, and threaten Getafe with fielding an illegible line-up.
– Deulofeu now shines at Sevilla; he provides two assists on his debut in the starting line-up.
– Uche equalises 23 seconds after coming on and gets injured.
– Mandzukic: “I’ll train on Monday”. The aim is that he is back for the Juventus game.
– The sale of Valencia to Lim in danger. Bankia won’t back down on their demands.
– SMS – Samper, Munir, Sandro.
– Samper: Barca 100 per cent. He was enrolled in the school at 6 years of age and exploded at 19.
– The youngster: “My dream has come true”.
– Luis Enrique provides a step up to a new generation of future stars.
– Bravo-Ter Stegen – the Barca walls: zero goals in La Liga and the Champions League.
– Zinedine Zidane could be demoted for operating as Head Coach without a licence.
– Sevilla impose themselves on Feyenoord (2-0) and a good draw for Villarreal (1-1).