2018 Schedule

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2018 Schedule
4-2-2, 4th in Spanish Primera División
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53mAssociated Press

Real's Copa match to be in enclave of Melilla

Real Madrid will travel to Spain's African enclave of Melilla to open the Copa del Rey, the first to include the top two tiers of Spanish clubs.

Burley chooses Real Madrid's next Galactico signings (2:53)
Lopetegui: Madrid support me despite losing streak (0:42)
9hDermot Corrigan

Lopetegui dodges questions about Madrid future

Real Madrid are without a win or a goal in their last four matches, and there has been intense speculation over Julen Lopetegui's future.

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12hIan Holyman

Benzema 'annoyed' by entourage allegations

Karim Benzema tweeted "#GiveMeABreak" after learning Leo D'Souza had made a police complaint for kidnapping and false imprisonment.

Are Real Madrid preparing to swap Lopetegui for Conte? (2:03)
Transfer Rater: Conte to Real Madrid? Giroud to West Ham? (3:37)
Fantasy La Liga: Modric primed for big day (1:01)
La Liga Predictor: Barca & Real Madrid look to turn the tide (3:00)
Transfer Rater: Sterling to Real Madrid? Lovren to Barcelona? (4:12)
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Madrid object to moving Girona-Barca to U.S.

Real Madrid wrote a letter to the Spanish FA expressing opposition to La Liga's plans to stage a game between Girona and Barcelona in the U.S.

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2dAdriana Garcia

Madrid to ban Vinicius from Brazil U20s in Jan.

Real Madrid will not allow Vinicius Jr. to join Brazil's under-20 side for the South American Youth Championship in Chile in January and February.

Extra Time: Sergio Ramos overrated? Favorite U.S. striker? (11:52)
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4dIan Holyman

Modric: Ronaldo, Zidane exits 'surprising'

Cristiano Ronaldo left the Bernabeu to join Juventus in the summer, while Zinedine Zidane stepped down after winning a third Champions League title.

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7dAdriana Garcia

Portuguese paper defends Ronaldo allegation

Portuguese newspaper Correio da Manha have defended their report concerning Cristiano Ronaldo and his alleged rape of Kathryn Mayorga in 2009.

Transfer Rater: Eriksen to Real Madrid? Morata to leave? (2:33)
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8dStephan Uersfeld

Kroos 'not worried' by Real Madrid poor form

Toni Kroos is "not worried" about Real Madrid's recent bad run of form that has seen them lose three of their last four games.

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8dLiam Twomey

Hazard rules out Real Madrid move in January

Eden Hazard has enjoyed a superb start to the season for Chelsea, but recently reiterate that joining Real Madrid remained his 'dream.'

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Madrid sue newspaper over Ronaldo allegations

Real Madrid have taken legal action against a Portugal daily that alleges the club pressured Ronaldo to settle allegations of rape.

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8dJames Piercy, Football Whispers

Transfer Rater: Eriksen to Real Madrid

Christian Eriksen to Real Madrid and Matthijs de Ligt to Barcelona are two of today's hot rumours, according to Football Whispers.

RankingsSpanish Primera División

Goal Difference5Tied-3rd
Goals Scored12Tied-4th
Goals Conceded7Tied-4th