Manchester United could be set to lose Anthony Martial as interest from Spain emerges. Both Barcelona and Real Madrid are said to be interested in the Frenchman. The French prodigy has struggled to replicate the form shown in his maiden year, with Mourinho said to be losing patience with his lack of work ethic and
Barcelona vs Real Madrid is arguably the biggest club game in world football. On average, there is almost 800 million people who watch the match each year. It truly is the game that brings the most talented individuals onto one playing field. So who will come out trumps in 2016? Madrid are certainly the form
It’s hard to believe that Cristiano Ronaldo turns 32 in three months: it’s even harder to believe that he is on the same fine scoring form he was six years ago- if not better. The forward found the back of the net twice as a jaded Real Madrid side narrowly won 2-1 against bottom placed
The Ballon d’Or is a prestigious award which illustrates the greatest player of the past 12 months. Surely an award any football player would like to win, this year’s Ballon d’Or is judged solely by a panel of journalists after FIFA and France Football parted ways. Cristiano Ronaldo is favourite to regain the title following
Arsenal midfielder Aaron Ramsey is reportedly being sought after by Spanish giants Real Madrid with a £25 million deal being mooted. As reported by The Week: “Real Madrid are planning a £25m move for Arsenal midfielder Aaron Ramsey, provided they can overturn a transfer embargo. The Spanish giants see the midfielder as the ideal replacement
According to the Daily Express, Real Madrid are keeping an eye on Manchester United starlet Marcus Rashford. As reported by the Daily Express’ Bruce Archer: “Rashford broke into the Manchester United team last season and has progressed into a full England international. He’s scored three Premier League goals this season in eight appearances under Jose
As reported by The Guardian, Real Madrid’s star-studded attack could become a galaxy with the arrival of one of the Premier League’s best strikers. Sergio Aguero could be set to swap the darkness of Manchester for the glamour of Madrid in a move that would see Los Blancos boast a frightening array of attacking talent.
Andy’s latest “The Madrid-Barca Axis” column. With great power comes great responsibility as Stan Lee famously penned in one of his many Spiderman comics. Being the head coach of Real Madrid, one of the most influential, powerful and successful sides in world football, Zinedine Zidane is learning that this quote is undeniably true. Less than
Andy’s latest “The Madrid-Barca Axis” column. It has been a strange start to the season for Real Madrid. After five straight wins, four domestically and one in Europe, the club have contrived to draw their last two games against, on paper anyway, inferior opposition. Whilst much of the attention in Spain has revolved around Cristiano
Player power has become a modern buzzword in football. With the huge sums of money involved in the game anyone in demand has the power to command the highest fee they possibly can. With Real Madrid looking to sign Gareth Bale to a new long term contract this exact thing is being played out at
With Game of Thrones now a month off our screens, I am sure many of you are getting withdrawal symptoms just as I am. Thankfully, we have the start of the new football season to fill the gap. But it got me thinking, in a bizarre Game of Thrones football crossover, who would play who?
It’s probably fair to say that Jese Rodriguez’s move from Real Madrid to PSG caught a few people by surprise. The 23 year old has been on the fringes of the first team for a while now at the Santiago Bernabeu, so it’s not a great shock that he has finally moved on but the
Manchester United have been linked with a move for Toni Kroos again this summer with Jose Mourinho said to be a keen admirer of the midfielder. Although there are several obvious stumbling blocks to any deal going through, if United were able to somehow capture the 26 year old it would mark a real signal
India is slowly emerging as a rather profitable market for football, with the Indian Super League attracting names like Robert Pires and top Premier League clubs attempting to woo their Indian fans during festivities such as Diwali and Holi through the social media. The subcontinent’s new crowning achievement comes in the form of Premier Futsal,
Jose Mourinho sported a beaming smile as he boarded his team bus on Saturday afternoon. He had just seen Manchester United cruise to a 0-2 pre-season friendly win at Wigan and was given a Portuguese cake by a fan as he departed the DW Stadium. Mourinho was customarily animated as he prowled the touchline for