La Liga club Sevilla became the fifth club in Spain to confirm that a member of its squad has been infected with COVID-19.
Real Madrid cruised through to the Copa del Rey quarterfinals with a 4-0 victory away at second-tier Real Zaragoza on Wednesday.
A Spanish court has cleared 41 people and Real Zaragoza of match-fixing charges in a Liga fixture between Levante and Real Zaragoza in 2011.
Court in Valencia reopened the legal process against 41 individuals, including 36 players, last month.
Spanish prosecutors want a prison sentence and a six-year ban for Manchester United's Ander Herrera and other players linked to La Liga match-fixing.
Real Zaragoza's 2-1 win against Levante on May 21, 2011 has been investigated by Spain's anti-corruption prosecutors' office.
A long-running investigation into a potential fix in a La Liga game between Real Zaragoza and Levante in April 2011 has been shelved.
Real Salt Lake has signed Uruguayan center back Marcelo Silva, the club announced on Monday.
"I know the actual truth very well. There is either a crime of match-fixing, or one of fraud. In either case there is something illegal," said Tebas.
The major Colombian newspapers reported that the 44-year-old had attempted suicide and that Mondragon posted an Instagram message, which was deleted.
Former Liverpool and Arsenal winger Jermaine Pennant says he's learned from his mistakes as he arrives in Singapore to trial with Tampines Rovers.
Real Madrid have reached an agreement for Real Zaragoza and Spain U19 centre-back Jesus Vallejo, both clubs confirmed.
Las Palmas will be playing in La Liga next season for the first time in 13 years after beating Real Zaragoza on away goals in the Segunda playoff.
Manchester United midfielder Ander Herrera has said he hopes to return to Real Zaragoza for a second spell before he retires.
A judge in Valencia currently hearing evidence from players involved in a Levante vs. Real Zaragoza game from 2011.
Case has seen 42 people called to appear in front of a judge -- 36 players and directors and officials including ex-Zaragoza coach Javier Aguirre.
Javier Aguirre's involvement in an anti-corruption probe is difficult to watch from afar, especially for those in Mexico who know him best, writes David Faitelson.
Forty-two individuals have reportedly been charged with involvement in an alleged fix of the game at Levante's Ciutat de Valencia stadium -- 36 players from the two teams, and directors and team officials including ex-Zaragoza coach Javier Aguirre.
Real Betis, Mallorca, Osasuna and Real Zaragoza are all finding it tough to find a way back into La Liga.
FA technical director Hiromi Hara said he wanted to hold the conference to "avoid distractions," according to Kyodo news agency.
Man United star among 41 defendants named by Spanish prosecutors in alleged match-fixing case for Levante-Real Zaragoza game in 2010-11 Liga season.
Manchester United midfielder, Atletico Madrid captain and Japan boss named as defendants along with 38 others in alleged case of La Liga match-fixing.
According to media reports, Spanish authorities are moving to prosecute Aguirre and some 30 others on suspicion of fixing a La Liga game in 2011.
According to El Pais' latest report, investigators believe that some Zaragoza players received payments of up to 90,000 euros each from their club to fix the result.
Levante defender Juanfran said he is willing to cooperate with the reported match-fixing investigation into an end of season game between his club and Real Zaragoza in May 2011.