A vastly weakened Real Madrid travel to Sevilla to take on Gus Poyet's Real Betis, as they look to register their first win since the 19th of September in all competitions.
Spain and Croatia will play the final match in Group D on Tuesday to determine who tops the group. Spain is comfortably placed at the table summit with 6 points from a possible 6, while Croatia were left licking their wounds after they lost 2 points to Czech republic despite taking a 2 goal lead in a match marred with fan violence.
Roma are resigned to losing star midfielder Miralem Pjanic to arch rivals Juventus and it now seems as if the Italian giants have acted quickly and are now reportedly close to replacing the Bosnian.
Serie A champions Juventus are reportedly eyeing Real Madrid midfielders Toni Kroos and Mateo Kovacic in a bid to add more technical ability to their midfield.
Corriere dello Sport reports that Milan are looking to sign a trequartista (advanced attacking playmaker) and Matteo Kovacic may just be the player they are looking for.
Third place Real Madrid are set to take on Europe chasing Athletic Bilbao in a must win clash for Zinedine Zidane's side at the Santiago Bernabeu on Saturday.
With Gareth Bale, Sergio Ramos and James Rodriguez sidelined due to injuries, Rafael Benitez revealed that he could ‘mix things around’ in order to achieve the perfect balance in the starting eleven against Granada
Rafa Benitez indicated that he could use Cristiano Ronaldo as a striker along with Jese Rodriguez and Mayoral as Karim Benzema remains sidelined with a thigh injury.
New Real Madrid midfielder Mateo Kovacic has revealed that he is excited to be playing under manager Rafa Benitez.
Real Madrid announced the signing of Croatian starlet Mateo Kovacic from Inter Milan for a reported fee of €30 Million. Inter manager Roberto Mancini came out and squarely blamed UEFA’s Financial Fair Play Regime for offloading the highly rated 21 year old to the Los Blancos. Mancini and Inter may have made a huge mistake by selling Kovacic. Kovacic’s sudden switch from Inter Milan to Real Madrid took everyone by surprise. While Madrid fans wholeheartedly welcomed the arrival of the talented Croatian International into their ranks, the news of Kovacic’s departure from their club, left the Inter fans stunned. Kovacic’s exit from Inter follows closely on the heels of the departure of talented Swiss winger Xherdan Shaqiri from the club. Shaqiri joined English club Stoke City on a 5 year contract for a fee of £12 million. Manager Roberto Mancini’s statement blaming UEFA Financial Fair Play rules for selling both Kovacic and Shaqiri must have irked the Nerazzurri faithful. Earlier […]