Real Madrid are passing on a deal for striker Hugo Duro. Marca says Real Madrid will not exercise the purchase option of €4m in his loan deal from Getafe. Duro spent the past season with Raul's Castilla. The youngster made his debut in the Primera Division with Real Madrid under former coach Zinedine Zidane, who included him in more than one call for LaLiga and the Champions League.
Last Updated The attacker scored 22 goals for the Segunda Division side to attract the attention of some top-flight teams Spanish side UD Almeria have refused to accept the €16 million offer from La Liga side Getafe for the services of Nigeria international forward Umar Sadiq Mesbah, according to a report in the Spanish media.
We'll leave you with a list of the most impacting deaths which occurred either during or as a result of a game of football. Antonio Puerta The Sevilla player died on the 28th of August 2007, three days after playing a league game between Sevilla and Getafe.
Takefusa Kubo hasn't broken into Real Madrid's first team yet. The Japanese wonderkid joined the club in 2019 and it didn't take long for him to show his immense talent. Nicknamed the 'Japanese Messi', the youngster caught the eye during Real Madrid's pre-season tour.
Getafe will welcome a healthy windfall from Emi Buendia's move from Norwich City to Aston Villa this week. The Argentina midfielder has joined Villa in a €38m deal, three years after he left Getafe for Carrow Road. Marca says part of Getafe's €10m sale included a 20 per cent cut of any future fee.
Many Wolves fans have been left to laud a transfer update involving Carles Alena. As per Sport, the Midlands club are interested in signing the FC Barcelona ace in the summer window, while Valencia, Granada and Getafe are also in the race for his signature. What has really grabbed the attention of the Molineux faithful though is that he is available for a mere €8m (£6.9m), a bargain price for the rising 23-year-old star.
Valencia fall behind Manchester United in the race for Mauro Arambarri According to Mundo Deportivo via Caught Offside, Manchester United have received a boost in their pursuit of Getafe midfielder Mauro Arambarri as Valencia have fallen behind in the race. The Red Devils are in the market for a defensive midfielder and are keeping a close watch on the 25-year-old.
Villa are set to seal the club-record £38million signing of Emi Buendia in the next 48 hours. The 24-year-old, currently on international duty with Argentina, will undergo a medical and formally complete his switch from Norwich City after Tuesday’s World Cup qualifier against Colombia. Buendia will join for an initial £33m, though the fee could eventually rise by a further £5m, depending on add-ons.
Emiliano Buendia is on the verge of joining Aston Villa for £33m from newly-promoted Norwich City; Argentine midfielder was named Championship player of the season following the club's promotion back to the Premier League; The fee could rise to nearly £40m with bonus add-ons Aston Villa outbid Arsenal to agree a club-record £33m fee to sign Emiliano Buendia from Norwich City.
With Wolves currently searching for a new manager, their minds are likely to be away from the player recruitment. However, with a deal for Bruno Lage reaching a conclusion, they can begin to think about his first signings. What’s the word? Wolves will need to sell in order to spend big this summer but one player they could target under Lage is Barcelona’s Carles Alena.
Norwich City's Emiliano Buendia looks set to join Aston Villa for a deal worth an initial £33 million for the Canaries. It is a record signing for Villa who had to fend of interest for the 24-year-old from Arsenal. Buendia was City's player of the year last year, and was integral in their promotion to the Premier League.
Arsenal have launched a new offer for Norwich City attacker Emi Buendia. Both the Gunners and Aston Villa, who are offering packages worth £30m-plus, are now locked in a major fight for the Argentine winger who is now certain to leave Carrow Road. The Canaries believe they can get £40m for the Argentine, says The Sun.
New Getafe coach Michel: Real Madrid job? I don't know the right people - but don't blame Florentino
New Getafe coach Michel says the chance of returning to Real Madrid is remote. The former Real captain has just taken charge of Getafe after the departure of Jose Bordalas for Valencia. Asked about the Real Madrid job, Michel was adamant: "To train Real Madrid you need something more than a cv, but you need something called lobbying and I don't have it because I don't have close ties to the people who make those decisions.
New Getafe coach Michel is delighted to be back. Michel replaces Jose Bordalas ten years since he last worked for Getafe. "It is an honour to return to this club," said the former Real Madrid captain. "I have suffered with some bad situations and I have been happy with the good ones but I think it has improved a lot.
Norwich sporting director Stuart Webber says a club-record transfer fee is required for Emiliano Buendia if he is to leave this summer amid speculation linking the midfielder with Arsenal. Buendia, 24, was named the Championship Player of the Season after helping the Canaries seal an immediate return to the Premier League with 15 goals and 16 assists across an eye-catching individual campaign.
The 17-year-old recently picked Ireland ahead of Spain and England John Joe Patrick Finn Benoa has pulled out of the Ireland Under-21 camp in Spain to focus on his exams. The exciting Getafe midfielder was only going to have limited involvement in the camp ahead of friendlies against Switzerland, Australia and Denmark.
GETAFE prospect John Joe Patrick Finn will have to wait for his first involvement with the Republic of Ireland after he withdrew from a training camp in Spain with the U-21s this week to focus on his university exams. The 17-year-old, who played La Liga football with Getafe this season, declared for Ireland after talks with the FAI and was due to link up with the squad in Marbella ahead of three friendly games, but manager Jim Crawford has revealed that Finn has been ruled out though he remains committed to Ireland.
Cristiano Ronaldo is football's record goalscorer. For club and country, the 36-year-old has netted 777 goals, with 450 of them coming in his nine-year stint at Real Madrid. It took Ronaldo only 438 games across all competitions to reach that number, meaning he averaged 1.03 goals-per-game at the biggest club in the world.