Real Madrid

1st La Liga | 11-0-4
  • Goals For
    1st
    40 GF
  • Assists
    1st
    29 GA
  • Shots
    1st
    176 Shots
  • Saves
    18th
    30 SAV
  • Neymar out, Arda Turan has another chance for Barcelona
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    Neymar out, Arda Turan has another chance for Barcelona

    BARCELONA, Spain (AP) Fresh off scoring a hat trick, Turkey midfielder Arda Turan is hoping for another chance to prove he can play alongside Barcelona’s best. With Neymar suspended for Saturday’s Spanish league match at Osasuna, Turan is likely to take his spot next to Lionel Messi and Luis Suarez in the defending champion’s vaunted attack. Turan filled in superbly for Neymar on Tuesday when he scored his first hat trick for Barcelona to lead the team to a 4-0 victory over Borussia Moenchengladbach in the Champions League. The treble took Turan’s scoring total for the season to eight goals, making him Barcelona’s third-leading scorer behind Messi (20) and Suarez (12). Even though nobody doubts

  • Former Real midfielder Ze Roberto signs new contract at 42
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    Former Real midfielder Ze Roberto signs new contract at 42

    Apparently 42 is the new 22. At least that is one Brazilian’s point of view. Former Real Madrid and Bayern Munich midfielder Ze Roberto has signed a new contract with Brazilian club Palmeiras at the age of 42. In his time in Europe, Ze Roberto won a UEFA Champions League title with Real Madrid, while also capturing various championships with Bayern, including four Bundesliga titles in his time in Germany. Ze Roberto played a key role in Palmeiras’ Campeonato Brasileiro title in 2016 and has appeared in 53 matches for the club since joining in 2015. “My biggest motivation has always been the project. The goals have been achieved – winning the Copa do Brasil title last year and now the Brasileirao,”

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    Soccer-Chinese firm Wanda to sponsor Atletico Madrid's new stadium

    Atletico Madrid's new stadium will be sponsored by Chinese property company Dalian Wanda Group and will be called the Wanda Metropolitano stadium, club president Enrique Cerezo said on Friday. Atletico will move from the Vicente Calderon, their home for the last 50 years, to the new 67,000 capacity ground located to the north east of the Spanish capital in August, 2017. The new ground's name is also a reference to the club's first real stadium, the Metropolitano, where they played their first La Liga games and called home until moving to the Vicente Calderon in the south of the city in 1966.