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Real Madrid agree loan for goalkeeper Augusto Batalla - River Plate president

The ESPN FC crew review ESPN FC writer Nick Miller's Champions League Team of the Week and question his choice of Iker Casillas as top goalkeeper.
ESPN FC's Gab Marcotti explains why Carlo Ancelotti won't drop Iker Casillas and discusses the challenges lie ahead for Real Madrid this campaign.
The ESPN FC panel discuss the recent reports of Real Madrid's Gareth Bale being blamed for Real's recent poor defensive form.
ESPN FC's Tommy Smyth and Mark Donaldson weigh in on Carlo Ancelotti's future and Luka Modric's return to the starting lineup ahead of Real Madrid's match against Levante.

Real Madrid have agreed a loan deal for 18-year-old River Plate goalkeeper Augusto Batalla with a view to a permanent transfer in 2016, according to the Argentine club's president.

The Argentina under-20 keeper will join the Champions League holders this summer on a season-long loan, with Real having the option of making the move a permanent one next year.

River Plate president Rodolfo D'Onofrio is quoted by Marca as saying: "The contract hasn't been signed yet but in June, Batalla will go to Real...

 By Tim Vickery

River Plate face pivotal Peruvian clash in the Copa Libertadores

River Plate's manager Marcelo Gallardo takes his squad to Peru on Thursday for a pivotal Copa Libertadores clash against Juan Aurich.

Those early predictions of a strong performance by the Argentine contingent in this year's Copa Libertadores have so far been confirmed.

Racing have a 100 percent record and have looked very impressive, Boca Juniors have won both their matches and are inching towards an identity and Estudiantes have made a solid start. Even little Huracan came back with a 0-0 draw from a visit to reigning Brazilian champions Cruzeiro.

True, last year's Copa Libertadores winners San Lorenzo went down last week 1-0...

 By Tom Marshall

Joffre Guerron, Tigres on track with Copa Libertadores draw vs. River Plate

The enduring image of the 2015 Copa Libertadores campaign for Tigres will be Joffre Guerron, bandaged head and all, celebrating after scoring his team's lone goal in their 1-1 draw versus River Plate.

The 2015 Copa Libertadores campaign for Liga MX side Tigres appears to already have what could be its defining image: Joffre Guerron running through to take the lead in the 40th minute in El Monumental against River Plate with his head bandaged up.

The Argentine giant came back on Thursday in the second half to tie the score 1-1 thanks to a Carlos Sanchez goal in the 73rd minute, but this was Tigres' night. As if it needs re-emphasizing, El Monumental is one of the most difficult stadiums to go...

 By Sam Kelly

Argentina braces itself for crazy new top flight season

Grondona's death at the age of 82 leaves Argentine football in a precarious position.
Julio Grondona passed away in July 2014, but his legacy lives on in many ways, including a reconfigured Argentine Primera Divsion, which gets underway Feb. 13.

"If I cannot inspire love, I will cause fear!" This often seemed the philosophy by which the former president of the Argentine Football Association, Julio Grondona, lived his life. Leading the organisation from 1979 to 2014, he was, until his death in July 2014, the last Argentine public figure in a position of power from the era of the country's last military dictatorship, and he often ruled Argentine football with an iron fist to match that legacy.

Of course, the quote isn't something Julio Grondona...