Manchester United midfielder Paul Pogba has been pictured alongside Real Madrid manager Zinedine Zidane in Dubai, following a summer of speculation the pair were interested in linking up in the Spanish capital.
Barcelona and Real Madrid have proposed that the Clasico between the two sides scheduled for Oct. 26 be played on Dec. 18 after it was postponed due to the growing social unrest in Catalonia.
The Spanish Football Federation (RFEF)'s Competition Committee announced that next weekend's game would not go ahead as planned and urged Barca and Madrid to find a new date for the league game. They will now have to ratify the two clubs' suggestion.
Barcelona coach Ernesto Valverde said he would like for the Oct. 26 Clasico between Real Madrid and Barcelona to go ahead as planned and sees no reason why the match should be postponed, considering there are nine days to go before the encounter at Barcelona's Camp Nou.
"This game can perfectly take place, it's a good opportunity to play it with normalcy. To play would show all the haters that yes, it can be done," Valverde said during a news conference on Thursday.
Both clubs are in agreement with the league and Villarreal released a statement on Thursday, stating they will compensate home fans if the location change to the Hard Rock stadium -- home of NFL franchise the Miami Dolphins -- is approved.
Villarreal vice-president Jose Manuel Llaneza met with La Liga executives earlier in the week, and club president...