FC Barcelona opened up a four-point lead at the top of the Liga Santander while Atletico Madrid breezed past Sevilla and Real Madrid again wasted chances in Matchday 6 in the Liga Santander. Here are some of the things we learned this weekend.
Paris Saint-Germain’s Brazilian signings Neymar and Dani Alves are noticeably happy at having joined the Ligue 1 outfit this summer, according to Brazil national coach Tite.
Real Madrid and FC Barcelona will once again be the big favorites for the title when Spain’s Liga Santander kicks off at the weekend.
Atletico Madrid are close to sealing their first signing of the summer and getting around the FIFA transfer ban which will stop them registering new players until the start of 2018.
Italian goalkeeper Salvatore Sirigu on Tuesday made a move from Ligue 1 side Paris Saint-Germain to Torino on a three-year contract.
Jorge Sampaoli was unveiled on Thursday as the new coach of the Argentine national football team, stating that “it is a dream that I sought after for a long time.”
After getting out of the Champions League and losing La Liga to Real Madrid, the Cup would end a season on a high note for Luis Enrique.
The Argentine Football Association made no secret of targeting Sampaoli for the role after sacking Edgardo Bauza in April.
Jorge Sampaoli said Friday he would be unable to refuse an offer to coach Argentina’s national team as speculation mounts about an impending return to his homeland.
Inter Milan striker Mauro Icardi and uncapped West Ham playmaker Manuel Lanzini have been included in Argentina’s squad for friendlies against Brazil and Singapore next month.
Neymar scored a hat-trick for FC Barcelona as the La Liga leaders won 4-1 in Las Palmas to ensure that the race for the title will go into the last weekend of the season.
Real Madrid lock horns with Sevilla on Sunday, 11:30 PM at Santiago Bernabéu, Madrid in the 37th week of La Liga. Catch all the LIVE updates with FootTheBall. [lineUPS matchid = “84105”]