Real Madrid FC

Nick-name(s) Los Blancos, Los Merengues, Los Vikingos
League Spanish Primera Liga
Location Madrid, Spain
Founded 1902
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Latest Football Transfer Rumours About Real Madrid

Inter Milan president Erick Thorir says the club want to sign a high-profile striker at the end of the season and are looking at Manchester City forward Edin Dzeko, 28, Real Madrid's Alvaro Morata, 21, and Chelsea's Fernando Torres, 30.

Tuttosport - 17/Apr/2014
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Edin Dzeko Manchester City Inter Milan

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Arsene Wenger will sign striker Alvaro Morata, 21, as long as he and Arsenal agree to a 'buy-back clause' which will allow Real Madrid to take him back to Spain.

Daily Mirror - 05/Apr/2014
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Real Madrid - Latest News

Spain hails Bale’s ‘Bolt’ goal as Real wins Copa del Rey

BIG WIN: Real Madrid players celebrate with the trophy after winning the King's Cup final against Barcelona at Mestalla stadium in Valencia on Wednesday night.

Atletico Madrid look to get closer to title

Madrid, April 17 (IANS) Atletico Madrid kick off the 34th round of La Liga Friday with a home game to Elche where Diego Simeone's side will look to put the pressure on rivals Real Madrid and FC Barcelona. Real Madrid's Champions League tie against Bayern Munich next week means their game at home to Valladolid has been postponed until May and Atletico could move six points clear of their ...

Huntelaar delays Schalke contract talks

The striker's current deal expires in 2015 but he wants to focus on finishing second in the Bundesliga before opening talks regarding his future

Future doesn't change with one defeat: Barcelona coach

Madrid, April 17 (IANS) FC Barcelona coach Tata Martino insisted Thursday that his side's 1-2 defeat to Real Madrid in the Copa del Rey final Wednesday did not mean he would be leaving the club at the end of the season. Goals from Angel Di Maria and Gareth Bale gave Real Madrid the title and ended a dreadful week for Barcelona where they lost the Cup final to Real Madrid, were knocked out of the ...

Madrid vote Pinto Man-of-the-Match

Spain's national television station was forced to abandon their social media survey after Barcelona's much maligned goalkeeper surged to the top of the poll

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Tim Sherwood admits the Europa League could undermine Tottenham’s top-four challenge next season, but he says he has no intention of dropping points in a bid to avoid qualification.