2018 Season

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2018 Schedule
2-5-5, 16th in Spanish Primera División
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9dDermot Corrigan

Madrid keen on Villarreal's Pedraza - source

Alfonso Pedraza, 22, has over 100 senior appearances and can play either left-back or left-wing. He is under contract to 2021.

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90dReuters

AC Milan sign duo Laxalt, Castillejo

AC Milan made Diego Laxalt and Samu Castillejo their seventh and eighth new signings this summer just days before the start of the new Serie season.

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115dAdriana Garcia, Spain correspondent

Semedo loaned despite attempted murder trial

Huesca insist they will not keep tabs on Ruben Semedo despite the defender awaiting trial on charges of attempted murder, kidnapping and robbery.

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118dReuters

Cazorla makes comeback after 21 months out

Spanish midfielder Santi Cazorla said it was "very special" to be playing top-level football again after making his comeback after 21 months.

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120dAdriana Garcia, Spain correspondent

Ex-Arsenal midfielder Cazorla returns from injury

The former Arsenal midfielder came on as a second-half substitute during Villarreal's 1-1 home draw and received a warm reception from the crowd.

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127dTom Marshall, Mexico correspondent

Mexico's Layun joining Villarreal from Porto

Mexico international Miguel Layun has agreed a deal to sign for Villarreal from Porto on a three-year contract, the Spanish club confirmed.

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127dAdriana Garcia, Spain correspondent

Cazorla: I feel like a footballer again after training

Former Arsenal midfielder Santi Cazorla, now with Villarreal, is looking to return to fitness after missing 20 months with a right Achilles injury.

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163dAdriana Garcia

Cazorla to train with former club Villarreal

Cazorla, 33, who had two previous spells with the La Liga club, is looking to return to fitness after being sidelined for 19 months by injury.

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179dPA Sport

Real blow two-goal lead in Villarreal draw

Real Madrid blew a two-goal lead to draw 2-2 with Villarreal in their final La Liga match ahead of the Champions League final against Liverpool.

RankingsSpanish Primera División

Goal Difference-214th
Goals Scored11Tied-15th
Assists8Tied-10th
Goals Conceded137th