Robert Lewandowski joins Barcelona as they are looking to get back to the top team they used to be, and he says he’s there to help win them titles again.
Alfredo Relaño analyses the Barça squad looking ahead to the season to come: who stays, who goes, who joins the Spanish soccer giants.
AS honorary president Alfredo Relaño reacts to Barcelona’s 1-0 home defeat to Rayo Vallecano on Sunday.
Miguel Ángel Gil was worried, like all Atlético fans, and approached his group of players to throw down the challenge: "We have to win a league of five."
We understand that it’s no longer El Clasico of Mourinho and Guardiola, or that of Cristiano and Messi, but it is still a spectacle capable of satisfying the worldwide expectation it generates...
Jose Mourinho left two key things behind after his spell with Real Madrid. A majestic Croatian midfielder called Luka Modric...
Dembélé will be out of contract at the end of the season, Barça and Xavi want him to renew but he is dragging his feet. It's not an ideal situation, writes Alfredo Relaño.
Both Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi defined the global game over the past decade or so with both players almost exclusively winning the Ballon d'Or award year after year.
It's a fact, fewer goals are being scored in LaLiga. Not so long ago we were seeing an average of 3 goals per game in Spain's top flight and now we have the lowest average of the top five European leagues
AS columnist Alfredo Relaño gives his take on the resignation of Barcelona president Josep Bartomeu.