Arsenal reportedly look to sign Casillas despite skipper wanting to stay in Madrid.
All the latest headlines from the newspapers in Spain as Barcelona are reportedly in advanced talks with Sevilla over signing Ivan Rakitic.
– The truth from Karim Benzema: The key to Carlo Ancelotti is the calmness…we do not go crazy.
– If it was down to me I would stay at Madrid all of my life. Florentino has been by my side since day one.
– At Madrid they have even booed Zidane, the people demand.
– Jose Mourinho wants Cesc Fabregas more than Barca: The transfer is practically done and Barca are already considering Rakitic.
– Carlos Vela announces a bid from Atletico: The Mexican striker has told Real that the Champions have made an irresistible offer.
– Iker and Xavi: Win after win after win: In the history of football they are the two players with the most wins in International matches, 112 for Iker and 99 for Xavi.
– Express pre-season to reach top form for 13th June: Resistance and explosiveness in the daily work for La Roja.
– Angel Di Maria: A rocket at the service of Argentina.
– A World Cup worry with strikes and Metro walkouts.
– Arsenal want Casillas.
– Madrid delay the sale of Jesus Fernandez to Granada whilst the skipper decides his future.
– Villa in an official photo with the Melbourne City shirt.
– La Roja: Double the bonus of Brazil or Germany: Each player will receive €720,000 if they win the title, 20% more than in South Africa.
– Agreement between Barca and Sevilla for Rakitic: €20m.
– Lukaku is the chosen striker to replace Diego Costa.
– Rakitic – Cesc.
– Barca wait on the OK from the player, the negotiations with Sevilla are very advanced.
– Chelsea have made an official offer of €33m for Fabregas.
– Bravo dependant on a ‘Yes’ from Dos Santos to go to Real Sociedad.
– Neymar, Messi and Reus, a fantasy forward line that’s possible.
0 This is the XI that will start against Holland; Casillas, Azpilicueta, Ramos, Pique, Alba, Busquets, Alonso, Xavi, Iniesta, Cesc, Silva.
– All the numbers: The 736 stars of the 32 squads.