Real Madrid

  • Dolberg: Real Madrid would be fine but I...

    Ajax striker Kasper Dolberg is tempted by the thought of playing for Real Madrid but insists he is in no rush to leave the club. Bet on Madrid to win the Champions League The 19-year-old scored 23 goals across all competitions in an outstanding 2016-17 season, including six in ...

    Dolberg: Real Madrid would be fine but I won't leave Ajax yet

    Ajax striker Kasper Dolberg is tempted by the thought of playing for Real Madrid but insists he is in no rush to leave the club. Bet on Madrid to win the Champions League The 19-year-old scored 23 goals across all competitions in an outstanding 2016-17 season, including six in 13 appearances during his side's run to the Europa League final. The Denmark international was linked with a move to the Premier League but talk of interest from Madrid has increased in recent weeks, with the Spanish and European champions in need of attacking reinforcements after selling Alvaro Morata and Mariano Diaz. Dolberg sees the appeal of following a similar career path to team-mate Klaas-Jan Huntelaar, who played for Madrid, AC Milan and Schalke before returning to the Amsterdam club this year, but the younger man is happy to commit to Ajax for now. "It might be somewhat strange in modern day football, where everyone appears to be for sale, but [director of football Marc] Overmars made a statement with his comment that I am not for sale," Dolberg told De Telegraaf. "And I am fine with it. I want to stay and will not be leaving." Barca wait for Neymar as Messi steps in Asked if he would like to go on a similar trajectory to Huntelaar, Dolberg insisted he will go his own way. "Real Madrid would be alright. Milan and Schalke are nice clubs as well," he added. "And everyone dreams about finishing second and third at a World Cup. I will just follow my own path, though."

  • Real Madrid stars Marcelo and Navas dwar...

    Real Madrid stars Keylor Navas, Marcelo and Mateo Kovacic have, quite literally, been left in the shade by NBA legend Shaquille O’Neal. Zinedine Zidane’s squad are currently in the United States as they compete in the International Champions Cup. Get 5/1 on Real to defend their...

    Real Madrid stars Marcelo and Navas dwarfed by NBA legend Shaquille O'Neal

    Real Madrid stars Keylor Navas, Marcelo and Mateo Kovacic have, quite literally, been left in the shade by NBA legend Shaquille O’Neal. Zinedine Zidane’s squad are currently in the United States as they compete in the International Champions Cup. Get 5/1 on Real to defend their UCL crown Their next outing in that competition will be against Manchester City on Wednesday, with that fixture set to be staged at the iconic Coliseum stadium in Los Angeles. While in California, the Blancos have taken the opportunity to mingle with some other famous faces, including former LA Lakers star O’Neal.   A post shared by Marcelo Vieira Jr. (@marcelotwelve) on Jul 24, 2017 at 10:20pm PDT Standing at 7ft 1in tall, O’Neal dwarfs 5ft 9in Brazilian full-back Marcelo. Ronaldo confirms Real Madrid stay He also towers above Madrid keeper Navas, who is over six feet tall himself.   A post shared by Keylor Navas Gamboa (@keylornavas1) on Jul 24, 2017 at 10:15pm PDT Croatian midfielder Kovacic is also made to look tiny in comparison to a legendary figure who won four NBA titles over the course of a distinguished career which also took in spells at the Orlando Magic and Miami Heat.   A post shared by Mateo Kovacic (@mateokovacic8) on Jul 24, 2017 at 10:15pm PDT Madrid will be hoping to perform like giants once again in the 2017-18 campaign, with Zidane’s troops looking to defend the La Liga and Champions League crowns they secured during a productive season last time out.

  • Real Madrid want a top-class French stri...

    Lyon president Jean-Michel Aulas says Real Madrid are determined to sign a top-class French striker in the transfer window, prompting suggestions they will move for Kylian Mbappe. dabblebet: The latest La Liga title odds The Monaco star has been heavily linked with a number of ...

    Real Madrid want a top-class French striker, Lyon president claims

    Lyon president Jean-Michel Aulas says Real Madrid are determined to sign a top-class French striker in the transfer window, prompting suggestions they will move for Kylian Mbappe. dabblebet: The latest La Liga title odds The Monaco star has been heavily linked with a number of major European clubs in recent months and Madrid are widely reported to be among the favourites to win the race to sign him. The Spanish and European champions are said to be keen on bolstering their attacking options after selling Alvaro Morata to Chelsea and Mariano Diaz to Lyon. And Aulas claimed he has been given suggestions by Madrid counterpart Florentino Perez that a raid for a one of Ligue 1's top talents is imminent. "I spoke with Florentino and I believe he has the intention of signing a top-level striker," Aulas told RMC. "I believe he is French." Madrid boss Zinedine Zidane denied this week he has asked for a forward to be signed but admitted that "anything can happen" until the transfer window closes next month. Mbappe has offered no guarantees over his future but Monaco head coach Leonardo Jardim has made it clear the club want to keep him. The Ligue 1 champions have also threatened to get FIFA involved after accusing unnamed clubs of making unauthorised approaches for the player.

  • Neymar 'would be welcome' at Real Madrid...

    Neymar "would be welcome" at Real Madrid, midfielder Casemiro has cheekily suggested, as the Barcelona star continues to be linked with a money-spinning Camp Nou exit. dabblebet: The latest La Liga title odds Paris Saint-Germain are reportedly keen to pay the Brazil striker's €...

    Neymar 'would be welcome' at Real Madrid, jokes Casemiro

    Neymar "would be welcome" at Real Madrid, midfielder Casemiro has cheekily suggested, as the Barcelona star continues to be linked with a money-spinning Camp Nou exit. dabblebet: The latest La Liga title odds Paris Saint-Germain are reportedly keen to pay the Brazil striker's €222million buyout clause, with reports in Neymar's homeland suggesting he is receptive about a move to Ligue 1, where he would be the league and team's biggest star. Gerard Pique attempted to add a definitive air to the rumour's end, by posting "He's staying" along with a picture of Neymar on social media on Sunday. However, Casemiro may well have added more fuel to the fire, by suggesting that his international colleague could find a home at the Santiago Bernabeu. He told GloboEsporte: "Neymar will tell you his future. He knows what he has to do." The defensive midfielder devilishly added: "Why not come and play at Real Madrid? Here he would be welcome." An attempt to break out of the shadow of Lionel Messi is thought to be behind Neymar's wishes to leave and Casemiro expects his compatriot to come to a decision that benefits his long-term ambitions. "I have not talked to Neymar lately, but I wish him well," he added. 'Neymar to PSG would be risky' "Neymar is a great player, I have great admiration for him. He knows what he does, he is well advised, his father is a great person and he knows what he is doing. "If he leaves Barcelona I wish him all the luck in the world, and if he stays, then I do too. "Neymar is very important for the selection of Brazil, we always have his good football."

  • Ronaldo confirms Real Madrid stay by air...

    Real Madrid star Cristiano Ronaldo has spoken about his future with the European champions, saying he wants to win more trophies with the club. Get 5/1 on Real defending UCL crown The four-time Ballon d'Or winner was linked with a shock exit from the Santiago Bernabeu earlier i...

    Ronaldo confirms Real Madrid stay by airing trophy target

    Real Madrid star Cristiano Ronaldo has spoken about his future with the European champions, saying he wants to win more trophies with the club. Get 5/1 on Real defending UCL crown The four-time Ballon d'Or winner was linked with a shock exit from the Santiago Bernabeu earlier in the close-season, with Paris Saint-Germain and former employers Manchester United believed to be among those interested. Ronaldo led Madrid to four trophies last season, including the Champions League and a first La Liga crown since 2012. The 32-year-old – who is contracted until 2021 – wants more of the same, saying a repeat of that campaign would do just fine. "Winning major trophies with my club last year was great, just like the individual trophies," Ronaldo told Marca. "Doing it again would be fine." Ronaldo motivated by Messi rivalry He added: "You have to work hard, year after year, I will continue to do it. Football is my life, it is my passion." Ronaldo is widely expected to win a record-equalling fifth Ballon d'Or this year, to draw him level with Barcelona star Lionel Messi.

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