2017 Schedule

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2017 Schedule
10-5-4, 4th in Spanish Primera División
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Transfer Rater: Salah & Courtois to Real Madrid, Giroud to Dortmund? (3:34)
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5hDermot Corrigan

Zidane annoyed by reports he halted Kepa

Real Madrid coach Zinedine Zidane says he is "annoyed" by reports he won an internal battle to stop the club signing Athletic Bilbao goalkeeper Kepa.

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6hESPN staff

LIVE: Madrid could move for Courtois

Real Madrid could be in for Chelsea's Thibaut Courtois after goalkeeper Kepa Arrizabalaga's decision to stay at Athletic Bilbao. Follow Transfer Talk.

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Zidane; Ronaldo vital (1:09)
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7hGraham Hunter

Ronaldo fights to maintain his No. 1 status

For almost 15 years, Ronaldo has been utterly focused on being the best in the world. But for how much longer is that target realistic?

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11hDermot Corrigan

Kepa deal gives Madrid a keeper conundrum

Kepa Arrizabalaga signing a new deal at Bilbao means Real Madrid's goalkeeper situation remains unclear, with Keylor Navas' future under threat.

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11hDermot Corrigan

Real fans whistling Benzema 'unfair' - agent

Real Madrid forward Karim Benzema's agent says the whistles directed at him from home fans were "unfair" but the player has no intention of leaving.

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23hESPN staff

United facing new De Gea fight?

Could Kepa Arrizabalaga's decision to sign a new Athletic Bilbao contract spell trouble for United? As always, Transfer Talk has the latest.

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1dMatt McGinn

Ceballos yet to shine in Madrid

With Real Madrid in disarray, Dani Ceballos has found opportunities limited since his summer signing, but his time will soon come.

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1dAssociated Press

Madrid show Ronaldo's cut was a close call

Real Madrid released a video of Cristiano Ronaldo's face cut on Monday, intimating it could have been much worse.

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Player Power Rankings: Aguero's hat trick leads the way (2:46)
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1dGabriele Marcotti

Real's big win boosts Zidane; PSG stunned

Real's 7-1 thrashing of Deportivo doesn't fix their problems but it's a good start. PLUS: Will Anthony Martial fit at Man United moving forward?

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1dChris Wright

Ronaldo tells mascot: Messi is 'bad'

Cristiano Ronaldo was asked about Lionel Messi prior to Real Madrid's win over Deportivo la Coruna ... and his response was brilliant.

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1dAdriana Garcia

Kepa signs new Athletic Bilbao contract

Kepa, 23, whose previous contract had been due to end in the summer, has been strongly linked with Madrid in recent months.

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Zidane: Deportivo win huge for Madrid (1:19)
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1dChris Wright

Bale: Watching golf beats football

Gareth Bale scored twice in Real Madrid's 7-1 trouncing of Deportivo la Coruna -- then admitted he's not really much of a football fan.

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2dLiam Twomey

Hazard plays down his dad's Madrid claims

Thierry Hazard said his son had rejected a contract offer from Chelsea and was keeping his options open with the aim of encouraging Madrid.

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Extra Time: Hating on Barca, Real vs. PSG and more (4:38)
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ICYMI: Best PL goals, Barca/Real Madrid goalfests and Lyon stun PSG (1:19)
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2dDermot Corrigan

Bale happy to hear cheers, not whistles

Real Madrid Galactico Gareth Bale said it had been nice to be applauded off at the Bernabeu after his double in Sunday evening's 7-1 win over Depor.

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Takeaways from Real Madrid's rout of Deportivo (2:40)
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2dRob Train

Bale, Nacho 9/10 in big Real win

Gareth Bale and Nacho Fernandez were superb as Real Madrid shrugged off an early deficit and Cristiano Ronaldo's nasty head injury to win big.

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2dDermot Corrigan

Zidane: Real 'needed a game like this'

Real Madrid coach Zinedine Zidane said "we all needed this" after both Gareth Bale and Cristiano Ronaldo scored twice in Sunday's 7-1 win over Depor.

RankingsSpanish Primera División

Goal Difference212nd
Goals Scored393rd
Assists25Tied-4th
Goals Conceded183rd