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Hernandez brothers set for Madrid sibling rivalry if Theo joins Real

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Although fresh media reports claim that Real Madrid remain keen to bring both Theo and Lucas Hernandez across the capital from Atletico Madrid this summer, it looks most likely that the brothers will be facing each other on opposite sides of the divide in the Spanish capital in the coming seasons.

Wednesday morning's Marca went big with a story headlined "Lucas in the pipeline," which said that Madrid had long been tracking the older brother and even tried to pay his €40 million release clause...

Real Betis president plays down Dani Ceballos Real Madrid link

Gareth Bale shows off on holiday, Del Piero still has it, Maldini shines at tennis and plenty more in The Sweeper.
Real Madrid are reportedly ready to sign Dani Ceballos.

Real Betis president Angel Haro has denied reports that Real Madrid are on the verge of signing midfielder Dani Ceballos.

AS reported that Spain under-21 international Ceballos will become Real's first summer signing, with the La Liga champions ready to pay his €15 million release clause and offer a five-year contract.

However, Haro told Canal Sur TV: "There are no ongoing negotiations with any club.

"We would like him to remain at Betis and we will do all that we can for that to happen, but...

Cristiano Ronaldo leaves Confederations Cup to meet his twins

With Portugal falling in PK's against Chile, the FC crew wonder if it was smart to keep Ronaldo as their final PK taker.

Portugal captain Cristiano Ronaldo will not play in Sunday's Confederations Cup third place playoff after leaving the camp after Wednesday's semifinal defeat to Chile to visit his new born twins.

Portugal lost to Chile on penalties, and shortly after the match the Portuguese FA (FPF) released a statement saying Ronaldo would not feature in the playoff.

"We were informed before the Confederations Cup that Cristiano had become a father," the statement said.

"The player, despite the birth of his children,...

Lionel Messi is getting married! Here's what you need to know about the day

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It's been a big month for Lionel Messi. The Barcelona star turned 30 last weekend and on Friday, taking advantage of the fact he's not involved in an international tournament this summer, he will marry longtime partner Antonella Roccuzzo in Argentina.

Here's everything you need to know about the couple's big day.

Background story

Lucas Scaglia was one of Messi's teammates while he was still living in Rosario and playing for Newell's Old Boys. Their relationship extended off the pitch, too:...

Chapecoense confirm Barcelona friendly will take place on Aug. 7

ESPN's Sam Borden tells all of the past, present and future of Chapecoense.
After Chape lost 19 of their players in the plane crash, the only thing they could do is rebuild -- and remember. At the 71st minute of every home game, the fans pause to chant the team song.

Chapecoense have confirmed they will play Barcelona in the Joan Gamper Trophy match at Camp Nou on Aug. 7 in homage to the 71 people who died in an airplane accident in Colombia last November.

Nineteen of Chapecoense's players were among those killed in the crash just outside Medellin as the side travelled to the first of two matches against Atletico Nacional to determine the champion of the Copa Sudamericana.

CONMEBOL, the South America governing body for football, subsequently awarded the Copa...