Spanish Paper Talk: James Rodriguez Awaits Real Madrid Presentation

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Colombian ace confirms departure from Monaco, already signed new deal.

All the latest headlines from the newspapers in Spain as Monaco’s James Rodriguez has all-but secured his move to Real Madrid in €80m deal.


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– James Rodriguez done, the only thing missing is his signature.

– Juan Manuel has on his shirt the signature that all Madridistas are hoping for. Madrid hope to close the signing today for the Colombian for €75m and finish off the dream team.

– God has been. Yesterday at Barajas heading for Monaco was the madness.

– He will sign for 6 seasons, earn €7m a year and hopes to return to Madrid for definite this week.

– Alvaro Negredo out for two months. The Man City striker breaks his fifth metatarsal.

– ‘Suarez is a scapegoat’. The world of football agree that the period of isolation handed by FIFA is inhumane.


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– James is already signed.

– Madrid come to an agreement with Monaco for €80m. The only thing missing is deciding which day he will be presented.

– Yesterday he stopped off in Madrid with his wife. He went to Nice to deal his departure from Monaco.

– Six players from Shakhtar leave because of the war.

– Five Brazilians and an Argentinean won’t return to the Ukrainian team.

– Chelsea leave Tiago in the lurch. The Portuguese could continue with Atletico. Valencia are also interested.

– Barca have two days to sign Mathieu. Valencia go on tour on Wednesday.


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– Mathieu or Blind NOW.

– The signing of the French centre-back will be immediate if Valencia lower the clause. If the Che club don’t unblock the situation, the Dutch option will speed up.

– James, an €80m whim. Real Madrid travel to USA today.

– Halilovic is going to be a star. Luis Enrique will take him to England.

– He is the sensation of the first of the first test and he cost €2.2m. He combines talent, dribbling, vision and change of pace.

– Six players from Shakhtar refuse to return to Ukraine.

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