Spanish Paper Talk: Barcelona’s Plan B For Signings In 2015

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Torres expected to be unveiled at a press conference on Monday…

All the latest headlines from the newspapers in Spain as the countdown continues to Fernando Torres’ return to Atletico Madrid as developments are expected on Monday.


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– Children’s Day.

– A day with a leading figure.

– The gesture of the year. Youngsters from Atleti and Depor exchange shirts and link arms.

– A success story. Fernando Torres: his signing is closed and today he will hold a Press conference in Dubai alongside Miguel Angel Gil.

– The Christmas match: a deluge of stars in the Calderon.

– Manchester City fail to take advantage of Chelsea’s slip.


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– Happy Madrid.

– Iker Casillas’ saves and a great goal from Isco were the most celebrated among the 6,000 spectators.

– The Alfredo di Stefano was full at the open training session.

– The FEF financed Atleti. It accepted payments from the club to the value of €11m set off against UEFA’s accounts.

– Sudden halt in the Premier: draws for Chelsea, City and United.

– El Nino: Torres expected tomorrow. Giacomo Bonaventura, his teammate at Milan: “He’s going to the club he loves”.

– Catalonia recover with a fantastic Xavi.

– Iraizoz avoids a five-goal thrashing.


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– Signings Plan B.

– Adama, Halilovic, Samper, Deulofeu and Denis Suarez are the solution if nobody can be signed in 2015.

– The majority of the squad, stars included, will have to play on as the season progresses.

– This is how City are playing: they drew yesterday against the last-but-one team.

– Top Secret: everything about Douglas’ signing.

– Mou ‘on fire’: the Coach complains about a campaign against Chelsea after drawing against Koeman’s Southampton (1-1).

– Isco dazzles at the open training session.

– Iraizoz stops the visitors while Aduriz and Sergio score.

– Intense January for Atletico Madrid: Barca and Madrid await.

– The team returns to training today.

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