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2019/2020 Season

1 Real Madrid 10 4 1 34
2 Barcelona 10 1 3 31
3 Sevilla 9 3 3 30
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Real Madrid wear green kit to raise Climate Change awareness

Real Madrid are hoping that the world takes notice of the fact they are wearing green rather than white today...

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Real Madrid have broken with tradition to wear green shirts against Espanyol at the Bernabeu this weekend.

Eschewing their famous white strip,...

UEFA boss Aleksander Ceferin blasts Real Madrid president for "selfish" league scheme

Sid Lowe explains why it will be tough for Real Madrid to move on from Gareth Bale in January.

UEFA president Aleksander Ceferin criticised Real Madrid chief Florentino Perez on Friday for reportedly planning a "selfish and egotistical scheme" to create world leagues.

Perez has approached financiers about backing the creation of two world leagues, each with 20 teams, according to a Financial Times report. It would rival FIFA's planned expansion of the Club World Cup from an annual seven-team competition to a 24-team event held every four years from 2021.

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Real Madrid, Barcelona, PSG, Juventus and Bayern's best and worst transfers since 2009

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In the run-up to the January transfer window, we're ranking some of the best and worst signings by Europe's elite clubs over the past decade -- just as we did for the English Premier League.

We looked at every arrival from the 2009-10 season onward -- though only permanent deals count, meaning no loans or promotions from the youth team -- and whittled down each list to five.

There's no magic formula...