Carlos Dominguez Valencia left-back Jose Luis Gaya, 19, has been one of the revelations of the la Liga season so far, even if we are only in the month in January. His impact has been so impressive that he has caught the attention of Real Madrid, who are lining him up for next season. CET This would allow Los Blancos to make a move for Gaya, who currently has a release clause of €18million. It seems that Madrid are already in agreement at all levels to pay the buyout for the Los Che youngster, who they see as a sure bet for the future — as was the case with Sergio Ramos in 2005 and Raphael Varane three years ago. However, in Valencia they don’t want to lose another product of their academy and, as they have done with Paco Alcacer this week, they have plans to talk to negotiate a new deal with the player’s agent as soon as possible in a bid to increase his release clause and improve his salary. 28/01/2015 According to ‘El Partido de las 12’ on Cadena COPA, Florentino Perez has already begun conversations with Jorge Mendes with the hope of finding a home for Fabio Coentrao, who is represented by the Portuguese super-agent. Upd. at 18:13 Gaya, who plays for Spain U21s, may be included in Vicente del Bosque’s next Spain squad. In any case, the cited media say Madrid will not be the only club sniffing around this summer. Gaya’s form has alerted many of Europe’s biggest clubs, all of whom are impressed by his potential.
Zinedine Zidane says Cristiano Ronaldo never stops trying to improve. “The great thing for me is that he always wants to make progress. Even if Cristiano Ronaldo wins trophies and scores a lot of goals every season, his aim is always to make progress. 08/04/2015 CEST The former France midfielder told UEFA: “It’s his relentless desire to make progress that surprises me. At the same time, I’m not surprised. The Real Madrid Castilla coach has been taken aback by the Portugal star’s drive and determination. Sport EN “He always wants to show, even in training, that he wants to win. It’s incredible. That’s what makes him stay at the top – it’s his ambition to be the best.” Upd. at 15:31
07/03/2016 Sport EN Cristiano Ronaldo published a picture of it on his Instagram account, with Dani Carvajal, Lucas Vazquez, Sergio Ramos, Luka Modric, Toni Kroos, Keylor Navas, Marcelo, Jese Rodriguez and Nacho Fernandez, imitating the Power Rangers. In the photo you can see here, the pose was similar. CET Madrid play Roma on Tuesday night at the Santiago Bernabeu with a 2-0 lead from the first leg in Italy. Ahead of facing Roma in the Champions League, Real Madrid players posed for a funny photo during training. Upd. at 21:37 Karim Benzema is unlikely to feature but Gareth Bale may start for the first time since injury.
England have arranged friendlies against the Netherlands and Italy in March as they step up their preparations for the World Cup. Italy will miss the World Cup for the first time since 1958 after losing 1-0 on aggregate in their two-legged play-off against Sweden. Upd. at 14:11 The Netherlands finished third behind France and Sweden in their qualification group. AFP CET Gareth Southgate’s side will face the Netherlands in Amsterdam on March 23 before hosting Italy at Wembley four days later. Both the Netherlands and Italy have failed to qualify for next year’s tournament in Russia, but Southgate expects them to provide strong opposition as he finetunes his squad. 14/11/2017 England are also set to play two further friendlies before the World Cup, but the opponents won’t be selected until after the finals draw, which takes place on December 1 in Moscow.
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