2017 Schedule

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2017 Schedule
13-6-4, 4th in Spanish Primera División
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3hChris Borg

Chelsea, Arsenal in for Real's Asensio

Chelsea, Arsenal and Liverpool are ready to give Real Madrid's Marco Asensio the first-team minutes he wants. Transfer Talk has the latest.

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Predicting Europe's big winners at season's end (3:38)
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Transfer Rater: Kroos to United, Pulisic to Chelsea & Hazard to Madrid (3:14)
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Zidane: It's better for Real if Ronaldo doesn't play (0:47)
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14hSam McGuire, Footballwhispers

Transfer Rater: Kroos to Man United

Toni Kroos to Manchester United and Justin Kluivert to Barcelona are two of today's transfer rumours, courtesy of Football Whispers.

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17hDermot Corrigan

Madrid star Asensio shaves friend's head

Real Madrid star Marco Asensio has made good on his goal celebration during Sunday's 5-3 La Liga win at Real Betis by shaving the head of a mate.

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17hDermot Corrigan

PSG star Neymar trolled by Leganes

La Liga club Leganes have trolled Paris Saint-Germain attacker Neymar with a typically smart poster for Wednesday evening's hosting of Real Madrid.

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1dChris Borg

Transfer Talk: Man United prioritise Kroos

With Real Madrid preparing to finance a big-money buy, Toni Kroos could be available, and Man United are interested. Transfer Talk has the latest.

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1dRob Train

Time for Zidane to make Asensio a starter

Zinedine Zidane has persisted with Real Madrid's famed "BBC" trident to this point but he can no longer justify leaving Marco Asensio on the bench.

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Player Power Rankings: Burley's message to Neymar (3:44)
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2dGabriele Marcotti

Real win doesn't solve all their issues

Real Madrid showed character to fight back vs. Real Betis but they've still got issues. PLUS: VAR debate arises again in Man United's win.

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2dAdriana Garcia

Marcelo misses Real Madrid training

Real Madrid trained without injured left-back Marcelo on Monday ahead of their midweek La Liga game at Leganes.

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2dJonathan Johnson

Xavi: PSG can knock Real Madrid out

Paris Saint-Germain can still eliminate Real Madrid from this season's Champions League, despite their 3-1 first leg defeat, according to Xavi.

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Zidane hails 'excellent' Asensio (0:49)
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Extra Time: Best of the weekend, Brendan Rodgers to PSG and more (8:40)
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Nicol: Zidane needs to be worried despite Real Madrid win (1:31)
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2dRobbie Dunne

Asensio jumps Benzema in Real pecking order

With Karim Benzema looking on from the bench, Marco Asensio produced an all-star performance to help Real Madrid overcome Real Betis 5-3 on Sunday.

RankingsSpanish Primera División

Goal Difference292nd
Goals Scored552nd
Assists372nd
Goals Conceded265th