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 By Rob Train

Zidane has found Real Madrid's Makelele replacement in Casemiro

Sid Lowe believes the ability of Real Madrid's stars to come through when it counts could prove vital for their La Liga title hopes.

"Why put another layer of gold paint on the Bentley when you are losing the entire engine?"

This widely repeated quote from Real Madrid boss Zinedine Zidane was made in 2003 when the club agreed to sell Claude Makelele to Chelsea. The decision coincided with the ignominious departure of Vicente del Bosque, who was sacked 24 hours after delivering the 2002-03 La Liga title. Zidane would not add another major trophy to his collection over the course of the next three seasons at the Bernabeu before...

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Isco's link to Barcelona shows rarity of transfers from Real to Camp Nou

Isco has frequently been the subject of transfer speculation after falling out of favour at Real Madrid.

Reports on Thursday indicated that Barcelona may pay Isco a €20 million bonus to remain at Real Madrid for one more year and then leave for Camp Nou on a free transfer in the summer of 2018 once he is out of contract.

Isco, 24, has frequently been linked to Barca after joining Real in 2013 as he has not nailed down a first-team spot. Indeed, he has come off the bench in nine of his 22 appearances in La Liga this season and has played in just two of eight Champions League games after falling...

Real Madrid arrive in UK as kids 'taught to live and play the Real Madrid way'

Sid Lowe believes the ability of Real Madrid's stars to come through when it counts could prove vital for their La Liga title hopes.

LONDON -- Following a glittering career in which he bagged six La Liga titles, two Copa del Reys, two UEFA Cups and made it to 10th on the all-time list of Real Madrid top scorers (123 goals in 341 games), Emilio Butragueno is accustomed to stepping out onto more hallowed turf than a soggy south London football pitch surrounded by rowdy youngsters.

But for the former Real Madrid and Spain legend, who terrorised defenders and earned the nickname El Buitre (The Vulture) before retiring in 1998, this...

 By Sid Lowe

Julen Lopetegui trusting his young stars as new Spain generation begins

Andres Iniesta describes why the Spain national team has such a strong bond despite their many club differences.
Lopetegui is leaning on players he knows and trusts from his days coaching Spain's junior sides to glory.

LAS ROZAS DE MADRID, Spain -- There were a lot of familiar faces at Las Rozas this week as the Spanish national team's headquarters welcomed back men who have spent an enormous amount of time there over the years. Not just Andres Iniesta or Sergio Ramos, either, but pretty much all of them. If some of the Spain squad that gathered a short distance north-west of Madrid are a little less recognisable to football fans around the world, everyone here knows them very well indeed, from the groundsmen...

Griezmann, Costa, Mbappe and more to move in 2017 'summer of strikers'

Alejandro Moreno looks ahead to the summer transfer window, a time rumoured to see plenty of big names on the move.

Modern football can seem like a game of false nines and No. 10s, attacking midfielders and inverted wingers, but 2017 threatens to be the summer of the striker -- not so much on the pitch but in the transfer market.

Sometimes a window acquires a theme. January 2017 was defined by Chinese spending, the summer of 2016 was notable for Paul Pogba's world-record move to Manchester United, and those of 2009, 2013 and 2014 were significant for the footballing talent races between Real Madrid and Barcelona,...

After tough season, Diego Simeone, Atletico Madrid find form at ideal time

Diego Simeone expressed his delight at the way Atletico have been able to reinvent themselves throughout the season..

This season has been one long hangover for Atletico Madrid, but you can understand why.

There was a point immediately after the 2016 Champions League final when it seemed that manager Diego Simeone was overcome. You might even dare to say he was a beaten man. He had a couple of emblematic sound bites: "It's time for me to think about what I've learned losing two finals: a time for reflection. ... It's also time to cure our wounds at home. Losing two finals is a failure."

Not defiant words --...