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TOP STORY: London duo still monitoring Morata
Both Chelsea and Arsenal are keeping tabs on the situation of Alvaro Morata, following his return to parent club Real Madrid from Juventus. The London rivals have long been linked with the Spain international, and the Mirror said neither has given up hope of eventually bringing him to the Premier League.
They were similar interventions, crucial contributions to rescue wretched games. They were separated by four hours and about 200 kilometres. They both featured men who are more accustomed to scoring goals than supplying them.
Gareth Bale's cross was turned into the Northern Ireland net by the unfortunate Gareth McAuley. Cristiano Ronaldo's shot gave Ricardo Quaresma an open goal. Wales and Portugal are Euro 2016 quarterfinalists, thanks to their Galacticos.
The Real Madrid colleagues may have been...
Alvaro Morata has said he has nothing to prove to Real Madrid or coach Zinedine Zidane upon his return to the Bernabeu.
Earlier this month, Real activated a buy-back clause in the striker's contract to re-sign him two years after he left for Juventus, but there are reports the Spain international could be sold with several Premier League sides interested.
During his previous spell with Real, Morata struggled to displace Karim Benzema in the starting XI, but he insists he is a different player now.
Zinedine Zidane has hinted Real Madrid could make a move for Paul Pogba following Euro 2016.
Zidane has previously spoken of his admiration for Pogba, and the France international's agent Mino Raiola said recently preliminary negotiations are already underway with Juventus in order for the player to move to the Spanish capital.
When asked if the 11-time European champions would be interested in signing any Italy-based players the Real coach was coy.
In quotes reported by AS, Zidane said: "At this...