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2018/2019 Season

1 Barcelona 26 9 3 87
2 Atletico 22 10 6 76
3 Real Madrid 21 5 12 68
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TOP STORY: Barca want Neymar AND Griezmann

Barcelona want to sign Neymar AND Antoine Griezmann this summer, according to a report in Spain. 

While Real Madrid have been busy making moves in the market, Barca have kept quiet but if they get their way, two of world football's biggest stars...

Fernando Torres announces retirement

Spain's World Cup winning striker Fernando Torres announced his retirement from football on Friday, bringing an end to a glittering 18-year career.

Torres, who scored more than 100 goals across two spells at his boyhood club Atletico Madrid, also played for Premier League sides Liverpool and Chelsea and Italy's AC Milan.

He left Atletico to join Japan's Sagan Tosu in July last year but has struggled to hit the heights of his best days at Atletico and Liverpool at the J-League side.

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Atletico sign Llorente from rivals Real Madrid

Sid Lowe explains why the transition to life at Atleti could be especially difficult for Joao Felix should he make the move to Madrid this summer.
Craig Burley makes the case that Atletico Madrid and France star Antoine Greizmann would be just what Liverpool need to challenge Manchester City further next season.
With Antoine Griezmann in the news with his decision to leave Atletico Madrid, Frank Leboeuf is asked about his role in the France national team.
The FC crew speculate on whether Barcelona or PSG are front-runners to land Antoine Griezmann after the Atleti star announced he'll depart this summer.

Atletico Madrid have signed Real Madrid midfielder Marcos Llorente on a permanent transfer, both clubs announced on Thursday.

The 24-year-old will put pen to paper on a five-year contract with the Rojiblancos, subject to a medical, Atletico said in a statement.

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A youth product of Real Madrid, Llorente only made seven league appearances last season -- 15 in all competitions -- and Los Blancos boss Zinedine Zidane was not...