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SPANISH PRIMERA DIVISIÓN

2015/2016 Season

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Fernando Torres says 'I will give my life' to win La Liga title with Atletico

New Atletico Madrid signing Jackson Martinez has said that his new team can challenge Barca and Real for the Spanish title.
The ESPN FC crew respond to your questions in regards to why Craig Burley has not made a big deal about the Fabian Delph saga and how many goals Fernando Torres will score next season.

Fernando Torres says he will give everything to win a La Liga title with Atletico Madrid.

Torres has never won a league title in 13 seasons in the top flight, either with Atletico in Spain or in England with Liverpool and Chelsea.

The striker won the Champions League and FA Cup with Chelsea in 2012, as well as the World Cup and two European championships.

And Torres, speaking in China ahead of Atletico's preseason game against Shanghai SIPG, said that winning a league title is his ultimate goal.

"I...

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Marseille dump Juventus in friendly, Atletico Madrid win on penalties

Sami Khedira was taken off in the 25th minute with a hamstring injury.

New signing Sami Khedira was carried off on a stretcher with a hamstring injury and Stephan Lichtsteiner saw red as Juventus slumped to a 2-0 loss against Marseille in Saturday's friendly fixture.

Romain Alessandrini and Abdelaziz Barrada collected the critical goals for the Ligue 1 side.

Khedira was taken off after 25 minutes and is a doubt for Juve's Supercoppa Italiana match with Lazio in China next week.

Atletico Madrid overcame Japanese side Sagan Tosu 4-1 on penalties.

Koke was on target...

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Fernando Torres says he'll fight for Atletico Madrid titles

The ESPN FC crew respond to your questions in regards to why Craig Burley has not made a big deal about the Fabian Delph saga and how many goals Fernando Torres will score next season.
Brazil left-back Filipe Luís talks about his return to Atlético Madrid after a season at Chelsea, and says the Premier League is much 'better organised' with more 'attractive' matches.
New Atletico Madrid signing Jackson Martinez has said that his new team can challenge Barca and Real for the Spanish title.
Atletico Madrid's marquee signing, Jackson Martinez, was unveiled in front of fans following his move from Porto.

Atletico Madrid forward Fernando Torres said he will fight for titles and that the club's performance level "should be better than last season."

Torres returned to his boyhood club in January after 7½ up-and-down years at Liverpool, Chelsea and Milan, in a loan deal involving both Chelsea and Milan in what he said was an effort to relaunch his career.

"It's difficult to arrive midway through the season, as I did last season. We all want to play, and in the end the coach's decision is fair,"...

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West Ham target loan for Mexico's Raul Jimenez from Atletico - sources

Raul Jimenez's last start for Atletico was last month in a Copa del Rey match versus Segunda B side  Hospitalet.
Raul Jimenez could be the answer for West Ham's attack this season, sources say.

West Ham are eyeing a loan move for Atletico Madrid and Mexico forward Raul Jimenez, sources have told ESPN FC.

West Ham boss Slaven Bilic is looking to bring in a new striker before the close of the transfer window and he has been linked with a number of names.

Jimenez is the latest forward to emerge on West Ham's radar with the player enduring a difficult first season at Atletico Madrid last term.

Jimenez, who is regarded as one of the best young players in Mexico, joined Atletico Madrid from...

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Filipe Luis left off Atletico Madrid team for Asia tour

Brazil left-back Filipe Luís talks about his return to Atlético Madrid after a season at Chelsea, and says the Premier League is much 'better organised' with more 'attractive' matches.

Filipe Luis, as well as other Atletico players that competed at the recent Copa America, has not been included in the 22-man squad selected by coach Diego Simeone for the club's upcoming tour of Asia.

Instead, they will remain in Madrid and train there.

"I'm really happy to have returned home," Filipe Luis said. "If I hadn't joined Atletico, I would have remained at Chelsea because I was under contract there.

"Mourinho and Simeone are very different in almost everything but they share the mad ambition...