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What happened to Jese at Real? Plus: Atletico's indiscipline could be costly

ESPN FC's Gabriele Marcotti breaks down Real Madrid's draw to Villarreal, and what that means for the La Liga title race.

Such is my regard for what he achieves and, in almost equal proportion, how he goes about achieving his triumphs, it's rare that I'm motivated to criticise Carlo Ancelotti -- but it's appropriate right now.

First of all he bears some direct responsibility for Madrid not sneaking Sunday night's game against Villarreal 2-1 and sitting four points ahead of Barcelona with three weeks to go until el Clasico at the Camp Nou. With just a handful of minutes left, Sergio Asenjo pawed at a cross from the...

Ancelotti replacing Isco with Illarramendi an understandable call

ESPN FC's Gabriele Marcotti breaks down Real Madrid's draw to Villarreal, and what that means for the La Liga title race.

The knives were out for manager Carlo Ancelotti after Real Madrid's 1-1 draw Sunday night against an under-strength Villarreal side. Madrid had not dropped league points on home soil since losing to Atletico Madrid in September and were up against a side fielding their second string in all but name.

Top scorer Luciano Vietto was rested, captain Bruno Soriano was injured and creative spark Denis Cheryshev was not allowed to play against his parent club, owing to the terms of his loan deal. Marcelino...

Cristiano Ronaldo sends a stylist to look after waxwork of himself

Cristiano Ronaldo and his camp have been keen to sell us the idea that while on the pitch he has superstar powers, away from the game he is just a normal guy who is not over-obsessed with his personal image.

That narrative does not quite fit with a revelation from the communication director of Madrid's wax museum, who has suggested that Ronaldo takes a very close personal interest in the appearance of his likeness, which has been on show at the Spanish capital tourist attraction since December 2013.

Cheryshev plots Barca downfall before continuing Real Madrid journey

Denis Cheryshev, who made his Real Madrid debut under Jose Mourinho, is tipped for a bright future at the club and faces Barcelona with Villarreal in the Copa del Rey semifinals.

Of the 761 players who went to the World Cup in Brazil with their national teams last summer, 760 had a chance to take part -- but not Denis Cheryshev.

He was invited by Russia coach Fabio Capello to travel to the tournament even though he wasn't formally included in the squad. That was a very unusual way to spend the holidays, but the winger didn't hesitate for a second. It was his chance to make an impression on the Italian coach and become an integral part of his plans.

A few months on and it...

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Danilo reps in talks with Manchester United, Real Madrid join Vietto chase

Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho insists that John Terry will be offered a new contract by the West London outfit at season's end.

All the latest and greatest rumours and tidbits on the transfer moves teams around the world will be making this summer.

Top Story: Danilo representatives in Manchester

Manchester United may be closing in on a deal for Porto full-back Danilo. Louis van Gaal & Co. are reportedly planning a massive summer spending spree, and Spanish outlet Sport reports the Champions League hero versus Basel may be in the budget.

Danilo scored from the spot with 11 minutes remaining versus Basel to give Porto an away-goal advantage in their Champions League tie.

The Brazilian would not come cheap for United, but according to the report...

 By Rob Train

Ancelotti's "untouchables" stance isn't helping Real Madrid

ESPN FC's Gabriele Marcotti breaks down Real Madrid's draw to Villarreal, and what that means for the La Liga title race.

You can't really fault Carlo Ancelotti's tenure at Real Madrid. Delivering the Decima guaranteed plenty of leeway at the club, and galvanizing the squad after the fractious reign of predecessor Jose Mourinho was exactly why the affable Italian was hired. Real lead the league table going into March, are very much in the running to retain their European crown, and by and large the players are focused entirely on the good of the collective. After less than two seasons at the Bernabeu, it really is...