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Spain midfielder is out of favour at Old Trafford and Diego Simeone could offer a way out

Video: Cristiano Ronaldo angered by cameraman persistently filming him during Madrid derby, gives him death stare as a result

Video: He may usually love a few cameras on his toned physique, but it gets a bit much when he's just sitting on the bench

Arsenal transfer news: Santi Cazorla linked with Atletico Madrid switch once more

The Gunners ace is reportedly unsettled in England as La Liga side wait

Santi Cazorla shows off Arsenal's new away kit

Arsenal transfer news: Atletico Madrid closing in on Santi Cazorla - reports

Arsenal ace could be set for a surprise return to La Liga with Atletico

The Real Madrid team arrives at Cibeles square on Sunday

Real Madrid 4 Atletico Madrid 1 comment: How 'La Decima' was celebrated in the streets of Madrid

Sergio Ramos delighted the hordes of Real Madrid fans that had gathered to celebrate their Champions League success by declaring Los Blancos “rule the capital”. It was 6am on Sunday at Cibeles, the club’s usual gathering point to celebrate cup triumphs, and it came less than a mile away from the square where Atletico Madrid had celebrated their first La Liga win in 18 years just a week before.

Atletico Madrid manager Diego Simeone (centre) clashes with Real Madrid defender Raphael Varane

Real Madrid 4 Atletico Madrid 1 comment: What next for Diego Simeone and Atletico’s stars such as Diego Costa?

As the man in black finally downed tools and walked away from the most remarkable season in Atletico Madrid’s history on Saturday night, he did so still with a spring in his step and his head held high.

Atletico Madrid manager Diego Simeone (centre) clashes with Real Madrid defender Raphael Varane
Gareth Bale celebrates after scoring the vital goal for Real Madrid
Gareth Bale celebrates his winning goal in the 2-1 Copa del Rey final victory over Barcelona

Champions League final 2014 - Real Madrid v Atletico Madrid analysis: Where the match will be won and lost

City rivals Atletico Madrid and Real Madrid will meet for the fifth time this season when they run out at Benfica’s Estádio da Luz in the Champions League final on Saturday night.

Jose Mourinho will be in the Chelsea dugout tonight against against Atletico Madrid

Chelsea v Atletico Madrid: 10 talking points ahead of Champions League semi-final second leg at Stamford Bridge

The winner of the fixture will face Real Madrid in the final on 24 May

Petr Cech suffered an early injury and had to be substituted
Thibaut Cortois featured against his parent club Chelsea
Ashley Cole excelled for Chelsea at Atletico Madrid

Atletico Madrid 0 Chelsea 0 comment: Ashley Cole and the old Blues' guard draw on experience in Champions League semi-final

Mourinho's defence held firm in the first-leg of the Champions League tie

Atletico goalkeeper Thibaut Courtois is expected to face Chelsea, who he is on loan from
Atletico Madrid manager Diego Simeone has coped admirably well with a shoestring budget

Sam Wallace: Why Atletico Madrid are far from the Robin Hood club of European football

The Spanish have been cast as one of the most deserving clubs in Europe, but their dubious tax history suggests otherwise

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