Zidane discusses his role at Madrid and his hopes for the future…
All the latest headlines from the newspapers in Spain as Real Madrid star Lucas Silva outlines his hopes for the future at his new club in Spain.
– “Carlo is the best for Madrid”.
– From leader to leader. “In my era there was no Messi or Cristiano”.
– “At the moment I’m working with Castilla, next year we’ll see”.
– Now we have a reserve team in the higher part of the table.
– Lucas Silva presented with the ‘16’. “I’d like to follow in Kroos’ footsteps”.
– One day to go. Atletico with the Torres-Griezmann pairing.
– At top speed: Simeone will bet again on the pair that started at the Camp Nou.
– Neymar psyched up: “It’s going to be a war”.
– “I’m at more than 80 per cent”.
– “I’ve spent a week in pre-season with Cruzeiro. I want to follow in Kroos’ footsteps”.
– Lucas Silva was presented and is hoping to complete the transfer so he will be able to play on Saturday. He trained in the evening with the rest of the team.
– Madrid justify the signing of 50 youngsters. Butragueno: “We are not worried, we are going to co-operate with them in everything they ask”.
– FIFA also investigate Atletico. Valencia, Rayo, Sevilla, Malaga and Granada could be next.
– Koke: “We’ll give everything to make it another magical night”. Neymar: “I always like to play but it is the Coach who decides”.
– Sarabia makes up for Diego Castro’s ‘Panenkazo’.
– Berizzo, on a tightrope.
– Neymar: “I want to mark an era”.
– The star feels happy and hopes to win everything with Barca.
– Cruyff: “I respect Cruyff’s opinion, he was one of the best players in the world, but he’s wrong”.
– Cristiano: “He must be punished, but we forwards are subjected to provocation”.
– Messi: “He is my idol and we are getting to understand each other better both on and off the pitch”.
– CR7 looking at a two-match ban: they gave Alexis (Getafe) four for a handball.
– FIFA action: they investigate the proceedings of 22 clubs, who are co-operating.
– “Give Ramos a pay rise!” is the shout to Florentino at Lucas Silva’s presentation.
– Riquelme retires for good aged 36.