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Spanish Paper Talk: Angel Di Maria Insists He Never Wanted To Leave Real Madrid

San Mames ready to roar on Athletic against Napoli in Champions League clash…

All the latest headlines from the newspapers in Spain as former Real Madrid star Angel Di Maria insists he didn’t want to leave after sealing move to Manchester United.

 

Image courtesy of Marca.

– Letter from Angel Di Maria to Madrid.

– Little Angel!

– Di Maria changes the white shirt for the red of United and attacks the policy of Madrid.

– “It was never my wish to leave”. The noodle rejected an offer of €6m net and decided it was time to leave Los Blancos.

– Asier Illarramendi: Athletic his assignment if they’re in the Champions League.

– ‘You take or you fear’.

– Madrid present the shirt of the dragon.

– The Barca board is split by Laporta.

– Athletic-Napoli.

– A lion and an ogre.

– President of Cordoba Carlos Gonzalez: ‘Madrid and Barca are integral’.

– Eibar and Munir: The great winners.

 

Image courtesy of AS.com.

– The year of the dragon. Madrid deepens its sales strategy in China.

– The second shirt of the Champions League is dedicated to the great symbol of the orient.

– San Mames roars again. Athletic and 50,000 spectators to defeat Napoli.

– Di Maria signs for Man Utd – €75m + €15m in variables.

– The President of Torino approaches Atletico about Cerci.

– Barca close on Douglas. Costs €6m and will be the last.

 

Image courtesy of Mundo Deportivo.

– Douglas yes, Juan Cuadrado no.

– Barca incorporate the Brazilian for five seasons and pay €5.5m.

– The reason for his dismissal is sporting: the Colombian did not want to play at full-back.

– Top secret: Jeremy Mathieu gives up €3m to go to Barca.

– Javier Mascherano renewed until 2018 with the clause of a star: €100m.

– Manchester United – Di Maria fires bullets against Madrid after announcing his move.

– Premier League – Liverpool thrilled with Eto’o at Everton and Balotelli at the Reds.

– Champions League – San Mames crazy. Athletic-Napoli.

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