Real Madrid goalkeeper, Thibaut Courtois, has become a bit of a legend for Los Blancos, something that hasn’t gone down well across town.
Neymar, once a Ballon d’Or prospect, is now at PSG with his future still up in the air despite having a deal until 2027.
Carlos Sainz won the British Grand Prix in a race that saw Zhou Guanyu survive a horrifying crash at Silverstone.
Alfredo Relaño considers the futures of Dani Ceballos and Marco Asensio who are now in the final 12 months of their contracts at Real Madrid.
Atlético Madrid and Valladolid have both drawn the anger of supporters’ groups for changes to the clubs’ shirt and crest, which risks alienating fans.
Alfredo Relaño looks at contractual situation surrounding the French winger and his future with the Catalan club.
Paris Saint-Germain are desperate to be the biggest global soccer brand, but they show a lack of moral decency.
What used to be called ephebocracy is in retreat in politics, with Rivera, Iglesias and Casado out of the scene, but it has resurfaced by surprise in the old and beloved Athletic Club
Alfredo Relaño discusses the presidential elections at Athletic Club, where the vote comes down to a choice between two head coaches.
When the Seville Olympic Stadium was created for an Athletics World Cup, the idea was put forward to bring together Sevilla and Betis.
With no Kylian Mbappé to look forward to, all eyes are now on Eden Hazard, who many of us had written off.
Alfredo Relaño looks at the prospects offered by new signing Rüdiger with the German international one of the most solid defenders in the global game.
The Catalan city enjoyed double promotion delight on Sunday, with both the basketball and soccer teams securing promotion.
Piqué moves into his mid to late thirties threatened by recurring injuries. He is not Superman, but he is also not an incurable cripple.
Núñez arrived at Barça in a very difficult situation, with a debt of €777 million, equivalent to a year’s budget.
For those of my generation, Tchouaméni is a 20th Century Pirri - a player with presence and character, writes Alfredo Relaño.
The Brazilian full-back arrived to fill the enormous shoes of his legendary compatriot, Roberto Carlos, and the rest, as they say, is history.
On a night that Spain defeated the Czech Republic by two goals to nil in the Nations League, some players took the headlines more than others.
Although we inevitably look at these games with the World Cup in mind, the immediate benefit of reaching the Nations League finals is gaining traction.
The squad cost for FC Barcelona is around 560 million euros, compared to that of Real Madrid at €400 million, but the Catalan’s still have a hole to fill.
Joan Laporta is in a hurry to find reinforcements with little money in the kitty and has taken the decision to cap any player’s maximum salary.
Alfredo Relaño looks back at Spain’s Nations League clash in Prague and feels Luis Enrique has offered Marco Ansensio a chance to impress on a major stage.
On the Sunday which saw Rafa Nadal draw level on fourteen with Real Madrid, it ended with the Spanish national team offering up a less celebratory draw in Prague.
The game ended all square between these two rivals, as the Nations League provides more competitive action ahead of a winter World Cup.
The end of each season sees us potentially wave goodbye to some players, and three of the current group have announced their intentions to leave.