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Spanish Paper Talk: Iker Casillas Tells Real Madrid He Wants To Stay

Fabregas set to leave Barcelona for ‘top English club’.

All the latest headlines from the newspapers in Spain as Real Madrid goalkeeper Iker Casillas tells president Florentino Perez that he wants to stay.

 

Image courtesy of Marca.

– ‘He will stay’.

– Iker Casillas tells Florentino Perez: I want to stay at Madrid.

– The President welcomes the news with open arms: I want you to stay, I won’t let you leave, problem solved.

– In August the goalkeeper wanted to leave.

– Real Madrid hope that Xabi Alonso will leave the national team.

– Don’t come back until July 14: Spain travel to Washington today to play El Salvador on Saturday before heading to Brazil.

– Qatar collapses: FIFA does not rule out voting again following bribery claims over the 2022 World Cup.

 

Image courtesy of AS.com.

– Indonesia goes crazy for Gareth Bale: Thousands of fans chant in Spanish ‘How can we not love you?

– Obama will welcome the national team: Spain travel to Washington today to play El Salvador on the 7th.

– The Sunday Times questions the Qatar vote: FIFA confirms they could repeat the voting process.

– Lagarto becomes Spanish during the World Cup to support Diego Costa: The players’ town creates a half and half shirt.

– Busacca, head of referees for FIFA, says the key to being a good referee is to have played the game.

– David Villa: I have to accept the offer from New York, it was irresistible.

 

Image courtesy of Mundo Deportivo.

– ‘Cesc on his way’.

– His agent already has a verbal agreement with a top English club. Barca hope for an offer in the region of €40m.

– Fabregas was in London yesterday and will join up today with La Roja.

– Marquinhos scores for the Under 21’s but the Bravo deal is on the verge of collapse.

– Leo and Kun chat for 30 minutes at Man City’s ground.

– Spain in Washington: Vicente Del Bosque confident in having Diego Costa for Holland.

– Deportivo celebrate promotion in the streets.

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