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Yesterday | Daily Star
But the Chelsea boss gave a clear indication that he now favours Courtois over Blues veteran Petr Cech after the 22-year-old started in their 3-1 win over Burnley on Monday night.
Tuesday | The Daily Record
THERE'S a packed card tonight with punters going from the sublime of the Champions League to the more ridiculous Petrofac Challenge Cup.
Tuesday | Goal.com
Goal readers have backed the Santiago Bernabeu side to emerge victorious this season after they had to settle for third spot last term Goal readers think Real Madrid will prove to be too strong for reigning champions Atletico Madrid and arch-rivals Barcelona in the race for the Liga title.
Tuesday | Korea Herald
Neymar and Luis Suarez played for the first time since their dramatic World Cup exits, with the Brazilian star scoring twice Monday and showing no signs of his devastating back injury in Barcelona's 6-0 rout of Mexican champion Leon in a preseason tuneup.
Tuesday | The Independent
The future of Daniel Agger continues to come under speculation, with Atletico Madrid the latest side to be linked with the Liverpool player.
Liverpool's search for an able replacement for Luis Suarez continues, with the Reds strongly linked with a move for AS Monaco striker Radamel Falcao.
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Real Madrid boss Carlo Ancelotti believes his side will be even stronger this campaign than the one which won the Champions League and Copa del Rey last season.
Andi Thomas and Alex Netherton exclusively divulge the exchanges that have shaped the summer sales Welcome to the Premier League Diary, a possibly-weekly missive from the minds of Andi Thomas and Alexander Netherton.
Barcelona have splashed more cash than anyone in Europe thus far, with Liverpool second, Real Madrid third and Chelsea in fifth Barcelona have spent more on transfers this summer than any other club in Europe thanks to the arrivals of Luis Suarez & Co.
La Liga champions Atletico Madrid have an early season chance to avenge their defeat to Real Madrid in May's Champions League final in the first leg of the Spanish Super Cup on Tuesday.
Chelsea 's overhaul of their striking options has seen Demba Ba, Samuel Eto'o and Romelu Lukaku leave the club, with manager Jose Mourinho moving to sign Atletico Madrid star Diego Costa and former Blues legend Didier Drogba, but it seems that they aren't done just yet.
Ronaldo has issued a warning to Atletico and all their rivals that they are aiming for a clean sweep of all six trophies available to them.
Raul Jimenez's transfer saga ended with a surprise move to Spanish side Atletico Madrid.
FIVE into four doesn't go and that should ensure a fascinating battle for the Premier League title and Champions League places.
After signing Diego Costa, Cesc Fabregas , Filipe Luis and Didier Drogba, no more players will be arriving at Stamford Bridge in this transfer window.
Updated: Tue Aug 19, 2014 07:35 pm
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