Achraf Hakimi reveals desire to play for Madrid

Achraf Hakimi wants to play for Real Madrid and currently, he is playing in Borussia Dortmund in loan from Real Madrid. He with his performance in Bundesliga has attracted many clubs to him. He was given to Dortmund for two years onloan which will end on this year. There are clubs like Bayern Munich, PSG, Juventus and Chelsea who have shown interest towards him. But he wishes to play for Real according to his agent Alejandro Camano.

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AlvaroOdriozola keen to repay Zidane’s faith

Zinedine Zidane wanted Alvaro Odriozola to stay with Real Madrid rather than leaving to Bayern Munich on loan. The Spanish footballer has appeared five times for the club in the season before he went to Bayern Munich for loan. He claims that when the talk of loan came Zidane has clearly supported him and was not interested in him leaving. He is also in constant contact with the players, staff and doctors of the club. He is also glad that a personality like Zidane thought of him and gave support to him.

Hazard on the Path to Recovery during Quarantine

Eden Hazard’s transfer from Chelsea to Real Madrid has resulted in ankle injury forcing him to stay in sidelines. He was transferred to the Spanish club for £100 million in the previous summer. Roberto Martinez, the Belgium coach, said that he is recovering from the injury steadily but he is not sure when the player will be back on the fields.
He was unable to play for his debut matches in La Liga because of his injuries. He was forced to the sidelines due to foot injury for 3 months and later he had a fractured ankle,which led him to surgery, in a game against the club Levante in January.

PREVIEW: EL CLASICO 2020

The race for La Liga title is closer than ever, just two points separate the Spanish giants, theres a lot hinging on this El Clasico.
It can be said that the two teams are not at their best, with Real Madrid and Barcelona failing to get a win in their last European outings. Madrid were beaten at home by a determined Manchester City while Barcelona could only savage a draw away to Napoli.

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Valverde believes Real Madrid are leading the La Liga title hunt

Former Barcelona boss Ernesto Valverde believes Real Madrid are the favourites for this season’s La Liga title. Los Blancos have gone neck-to-neck with the Blaugrana in the pursuit of the Spanish league title this term but of late, they have managed to gain a three-point advantage over the holders, who have suffered a couple of winless games.

Paul Parker says Manchester United won’t benefit from Gareth Bale transfer

Manchester United legend Paul Parker has said that his former won’t necessarily benefit from the signing of Gareth Bale from Real Madrid in January. The Wales international has managed just two goals from 13 appearances for Los Blancos this term and of late, he has been the subject of immense criticism from the club’s supporters, who want him to head through the exit door.


This has led to speculation that he may pursue a fresh challenge at the turn of the year and United, who have been one of the long-term admirers, have been fancied to make a possible move for his services. Speaking on The Star, Parker said that Bale won’t transform the Red Devils’ league fortunes and he added that his injury concerns don’t make him a worthwhile signing.

Real Madrid manager backs Luka Jovic amid his struggles upfront

Real Madrid boss Zinedine Zidane has leaped into the defence of striker Luka Jovic, who failed to find the net against Club Brugge in midweek. The Serbian has found first-team chances hard to come by since the move to the Bernabeu from Eintracht Frankfurt and he has netted just one goal from 12 appearances.


Jovic was handed with a rare chance to start in the final Champions League group stage game against Brugge but he failed to make the most of the opportunity as he drew blank again. Following the game, Zidane was asked about the performance of Jovic and he happened to speak about the positives despite the striker’s struggles upfront.

Real Madrid manager backs Luka Jovic amid his struggles upfront

Real Madrid boss Zinedine Zidane has leaped into the defence of striker Luka Jovic, who failed to find the net against Club Brugge in midweek. The Serbian has found first-team chances hard to come by since the move to the Bernabeu from Eintracht Frankfurt and he has netted just one goal from 12 appearances.


Jovic was handed with a rare chance to start in the final Champions League group stage game against Brugge but he failed to make the most of the opportunity as he drew blank again. Following the game, Zidane was asked about the performance of Jovic and he happened to speak about the positives despite the striker’s struggles upfront.

Zinedine Zidane delighted with third-league win on the bounce

Real Madrid manager Zinedine Zidane has expressed his delight after Los Blancos registered a third successive league triumph. The Bernabeu giants have experienced another mixed start to the season but they have still remained unbeaten in the Spanish La Liga, where they are currently leading the standings.

Against Osasuna, Zidane chose to go with a young looking midfield and frontline as he opted to ring in the changes but that did not hamper the performance with Junior Vinicius and Rodrygo scoring in a 2-0 triumph. Speaking after the game, Zidane said that he was delighted with the efforts of the young duo but the most important thing was to come out with the win.

Sergio Ramos open to Paul Pogba joining Real Madrid

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Madrid captain Sergio Ramos has hailed the qualities of Manchester United
midfielder Paul Pogba and said that the door is open for the Frenchman to join
the La Liga giants. The France international was touted to join Los Blancos
during this summer’s transfer window but unfortunately, the club could not
strike a suitable deal with the Red Devils.

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result, Pogba has been fancied to stay put with the Red Devils until next
summer but there remains the speculation regarding his future. Speaking to
Express Sport, Ramos told that Pogba has the credentials to play for Los
Blancos and highlighted the midfielder’s ability to balance his game on both
ends of the field.

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