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Athletic Bilbao boss calm over reported Real Madrid target Kepa

Kepa is reported to be a summer target for Real Madrid.

Athletic Bilbao coach Jose Angel Ziganda has said he is "optimistic" about the future of goalkeeper Kepa, a reported target for Real Madrid.

Marca reported that Madrid could sign the 22-year-old when he becomes a free agent next summer.

Kepa has been in talks with Athletic over a new deal since January, but negotiations have so far been unsuccessful.

But Ziganda told a news conference: "I have no reason to not be optimistic regarding Kepa's renewal.

"It's not that I want to fool myself but, as long...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Marco Asensio scores brace in Real Madrid draw; Ganso gives Sevilla win

Valencia looked as if they would steal three points in the Bernabeu, until Marco Asensio produced another moment of magic.
Real Madrid pulled out a 2-2 draw at home against Valencia, with Marco Asensio netting a classy brace along the way.

Two goals from Marco Asensio weren't enough as Real Madrid slumped to a 2-2 home draw against Valencia on Sunday.

Defending La Liga champions Real took the lead after 10 minutes when Asensio, who's been one of Europe's most impressive players in the young season, cut in from the right and curled his left-footed shot past Valencia keeper Neto from just outside the box.

Valencia took the lead through Carlos Soler in the 18th minute and Geoffrey Kondogbia in the 77th, but Asensio struck again seven...

Yeray Alvarez departs Spain under-21 squad after testicular cancer returns

Yeray Alvarez Athletic Bilbao
Yeray Alvarez was diagnosed with testicular cancer last year.

Athletic Bilbao defender Yeray Alvarez has left Spain's under-21 squad after a medical check-up revealed that his testicular cancer has returned, his club announced on Tuesday.

Yeray, 22, will undergo chemotherapy in the coming days and is expected to be out of action for three months. He had been due to take part in the upcoming European Under-21 Championship with Spain.

An Athletic statement said of Alvarez's medical report: "During a radiological check-up done on June 12, the latest of the follow-up...