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Catalan independence puts Barcelona future in jeopardy - La Liga chief

Steve Nicol addresses Andres Iniesta's future at Barca and other notable contract questions looming for some big clubs.

Catalan clubs like Barcelona will not be allowed to play in La Liga if Catalonia goes ahead with its independence process, league president Javier Tebas says.

A contentious referendum planned for Oct. 1 could see the region in northeastern Spain unilaterally break away from the rest of the country.

Tebas said that a deal to keep Barcelona, Espanyol and Girona in La Liga would not be as simple as most people may think, and the club would be stuck playing in a Catalan league which he believes...

Sergio Sanchez loaned to Espanyol from Rubin Kazan

Sergio Sanchez will join Espanyol for a third time in his career.

Sergio Sanchez has agreed to return to Espanyol for a third stint after joining the Barcelona-based club on a season-long loan from Rubin Kazan.

The Spanish centre-back will undergo a medical on Sunday morning before completing his move back to La Liga.

A statement from Espanyol said: "RCD Espanyol have completed their squad with the signing of Catalan defender Sergio Sanchez, who is joining on loan from Rubin Kazan until the end of the season.

"This will be the third stage of Sergio Sanchez at...

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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...