2018 Schedule

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2018 Schedule
16-8-4, 2nd in Spanish Primera División
De Gea to Real Madrid? Bale to Bayern? (2:11)
Is Saul Niguez the perfect replacement for Fernandinho? (1:47)
Morata's foul-mouthed reply to Griezmann rumours (0:44)
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20hMark Ogden and Moises Llorens

Sources: Man City close on €80m Saul deal

Manchester City are closing in on a summer deal for Saul Niguez after moving ahead of Barcelona in the race to sign the Atletico Madrid midfielder.

Alexis Sanchez to Juventus? Sadio Mane to Real Madrid? (2:05)
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4dMoises Llorens

Sources: Griezmann eyes exit, Barca not in hunt

Antoine Griezmann has offered himself to Europe's biggest clubs, including Barcelona, but the Catalan club are not contemplating a move.

Will Zidane breathe new life back into Real Madrid? (1:42)
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7dSam Marsden

Atletico-Barca women's clash to break records

Atletico Madrid are expected to set a new attendance record for a women's match with tickets selling out for the clash with Barccelona.

Marcotti: Ronaldo still has to write his own story at Juventus (2:00)
Why Messi and Dembele should be in your fantasy squad (1:13)
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16dGraham Hunter

Morata looks like he's found home at Atletico

Alvaro Morata was raised at Real Madrid but after some tough seasons around Europe and some big injuries, he looks like the perfect fit for Atleti.

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16dESPN

Player Power Rankings: Morata No. 1

Netting your first brace for your new club is a good way to reach the summit of Player Power Rankings this week.

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17dReuters

Morata double earns win for 10-man Atletico

Atletico Madrid kept up their pursuit of La Liga leaders Barcelona with an Alvaro Morata double in a 2-0 win at Real Sociedad on Sunday.

Shaka's Power Rankings: Barcelona reclaim top spot (1:08)
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24dAssociated Press

Simeone charged for obscene gesture vs. Juve

UEFA has charged Atletico Madrid coach Diego Simeone with improper conduct for an obscene gesture after his team scored against Juventus last week.

Extra Time: Kepa's defiance & Bale's struggles to assimilate (11:12)

RankingsSpanish Primera División

Goal Difference202nd
Goals Scored394th
Assists24Tied-7th
Goals Conceded191st