Spanish Paper Talk: Carlo Ancelotti Ready To Renew With Real Madrid

Italian tactician’s current deal runs out in 2016…

All the latest headlines from the newspapers in Spain as Real Madrid boss Carlo Ancelotti is ready to sign a new deal with the club to extend his stay in Spain.


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– Where do I need to sign?

– Carlo happy: he will renew right away. Carlo is happy with the squad, with the club, and with the city.

– Money will not be a problem. His contract ends in 2016 and he will open negotiations at the beginning of the year.

– The cleanest team: Madrid, the side with less cards and less fouls in the League.

– Laporta is already moving: an appointment with Mendes. He begins his ‘return operation’ to the presidency with a private meal at which he catches up on the market.

– Pique-Ramos: Del Bosque gets back his best pairing.

– Ready to sign.

– Violence without limits: Four ‘barrabravas’ have died in Argentina in the last six days.

– Germany-Gibraltar: “If Germany want to they’ll score 20 against us”.


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– Sergio Ramos speaks then corrects himself.

– Yesterday he tried to qualify on La 1 what he said on Radio Marca the day before.

– “I insist we must have commitment within the national team. I never said that those two [Diego Costa and Cesc] don’t have it”.

– “FIFA has distorted my report”. Michael Garcia complains that they have misinterpreted his investigation.

– Cristiano is one goal away from being the ‘recordman’ of the Eurocup.

– Atletico and La Liga make peace after the LFP awards.

– Cerezo:” Tebas will always be well received at the Vicente Calderon”.

– Barca evaluate that Vermaelen should be operated upon.

– Zubi said he was a “player without immediate return”.


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– New trident.

– Luis Enrique knows the way to take full advantage of the potential of his attacking trio.

– Lionel Messi: “Playing on the right isn’t new”.

– Luis Suarez: “I drag myself towards the central defenders”.

– Neymar: “I am at my best”.

– Interview with Marc Bartra. “Right-back is a position that I like”

– Marco Reus would like to fit in at this Barcelona.

– Eric Abidal landed in Barcelona yesterday.

– Mix-up with La Roja after Ramos’ declarations.

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