2021 Season

2021 Schedule
0-0-0, 16th in Spanish Primera División
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1dSam Marsden and Moises Llorens

Barca, Madrid, Juve praise court ruling over UEFA

Barcelona, Real Madrid and Juventus celebrated a court victory that ruled that UEFA could not act against the founding members of the Super League.

Will Hazard stay fit & make a difference at Real Madrid this season? (1:25)
2d
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3dRodrigo Faez and Adriana Garcia

Sources: Madrid seeking €50m for Odegaard

Real Madrid have not ruled out the departure of midfielder Martin Odegaard should the player insist on leaving, sources have told ESPN.

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6dESPN

Madrid start preseason with defeat at Rangers

Real Madrid began their preseason campaign with a 2-1 defeat at the hands of Scottish champions Rangers at Ibrox on Sunday.

La Liga is coming to ESPN in 20 days! (0:31)
8d
Will Kylian Mbappe be Real Madrid's next Galactico? (1:31)
6d
Gerrard on Everton job: Never an option, not surprised by Benitez (0:54)
9d
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11dAdriana Garcia

Alaba keen for Varane link-up at Real Madrid

Real Madrid's first summer signing David Alaba has said he would love to play alongside Raphael Varane at the club.

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12dReuters

Real Madrid's Diaz returns to Milan on loan

AC Milan have signed attacking midfielder Brahim Diaz on a two-year loan from Spanish side Real Madrid, the Serie A club said on Monday.

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13dRob Dawson

Sources: Man Utd press ahead with Varane deal

Manchester United are set to seek a solution to their interest in Real Madrid's Raphael Varane before assessing other targets, sources told ESPN.

Can Gareth Bale get back to his best under Carlo Ancelotti? (1:08)
15d
Past drama surfaces between Florentino Perez and Cristiano Ronaldo (2:12)
17d
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19dSam Marsden and Moises Llorens

Perez in '06: Raul, Casillas Madrid's 'big frauds'

Real Madrid's Florentino Perez branded Iker Casillas and Raul Gonzalez the "biggest frauds" in the club's history in an audio recording from 2006.