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Spanish Paper Talk: Dani Alves Ready To Renew With Barcelona

Koke discusses Atleti success and future hopes…

All the latest headlines from the newspapers in Spain as Barcelona star Dani Alves could be set to sign a new contract with the club as Luis Enrique agrees.

 

Image courtesy of Marca.

– Koke: “We’ll carry on being intense”.

– “We didn’t win La Liga by being dirty, you’ve got to know how to play”.

– “The club don’t need me to go and I don’t want to go”.

– “We broke Madrid’s good run and now we are on one”.

– Nacho: the game of his life. Tomorrow he will fulfil a dream he had when he arrived at the club in 2001.

– He will line up alongside Varane in an almost debutant pairing: two games in six years.

– One day to go. Cristiano to the rescue.

– Mediapro beat Prisa in the football war.

 

Image courtesy of AS.com.

– “We are going out to win, not to see what happens, like before”.

– “Isco has taken a step forward and he is an example for Spain”.

– ‘Nino’ Torres and Kiko Narvaez meet on the eve of the derby.

– The Competition and Appeals Committee uphold Marcelo’s booking. Madrid turned to TAD in the hope of getting an adjournment.

– Bartomeu gives the Pope a shirt as a gift.

– Kroos, James and Mandzukic the most profitable signings. Prime Time Sport presented their market study yesterday.

– Deportivo-Eibar: Borges is presented in front of the supporters.

 

Image courtesy of Mundo Deportivo.

– Renew Alves.

– Dani wants to continue, Luis Enrique agrees, and the only problem could be the length of his new contract.

– The performance of the Brazilian and the fact Barca can’t sign players, decisive bargaining points.

– Ter Stegen-Bravo, the big decision.

– Pope Francisco receives Bartomeu.

– Carlo Ancelotti with five injuries for the derby.

– The Competition Committee don’t pardon Marcelo and it adds to the absences of Pepe, Coentrao, Sergio Ramos and James.

– African Nations Cup semi-finals: serious incidents at the Ghana-Equatorial Guinea game.

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