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Thibaut Courtois could play for Atletico Madrid against Chelsea

Champions League draw: Chelsea weigh up pros and cons of allowing goalkeeper Thibaut Courtois on loan at Atletico Madrid to play

Chelsea had the clause inserted in his loan deal at the Vicente Calderon

Koke celebrates his goal with former Barcelona striker David Villa

Atletico Madrid 1 Barcelona 0 match report: Koke stuns Barca on night Lionel Messi goes missing

Spanish playmaker scores the only goal of the game as Atleti prevail at home to reach Champions League semi-finals

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Follow all of the news and updates from tonight's Champions League quarter-finals

Samuel Eto’o this week revealed his run-ins with Pep Guardiola when he became Barcelona coach in 2008

Pete Jenson's A Different League: Can Atletico Madrid 'do a Kimi Raikkonen' and pip the big two to the title?

Amid the slowed-down replays of Sergio Busquets looking down at Pepe as he lay on the ground before running his studs over his head, and the inquest into every incident that took place during Sunday’s Clasico – one of which involved Pepe apparently saying to Lionel Messi: “Every time I mark you, you shit yourself.” To which Messi allegedly replied: “Every time you mark me, I score” – one stone-cold fact was largely forgotten: Atletico Madrid are top of La Liga.

Chelsea keen for Thibaut Courtois to extend loan deal with Atletico Madrid

Blues unwilling to lose star youngster

Juan Mata made an impressive debut for Manchester United

Manchester United transfer news: Completed signings and latest rumours

All the news surrounding Manchester United

Jose Mourinho gestures from the sidelines during Chelsea's 1-0 win over Stoke

Chelsea v West Ham: Jose Mourinho claims Chelsea will be in a better position to compete for silverware next year

Mourinho may be guilty in playing mind games once again but he believes that this season is more about developing the squad rather than earning silverware

Gareth Bale has been ruled out of Real Madrid's Cope del Rey second leg due to a leg injury

Gareth Bale: 'His genitals are fine' says Real Madrid manager Carlo Ancelotti after Welshman is ruled out of Espanyol clash

Bale has been ruled out with a leg injury after being kicked in the win over

Diego Costa celebrates scoring for Atletico Madrid
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Transfer news: Xavi rubbishes Barcelona exit talk

Midfielder insists he is going nowhere

Diego Costa celebrates scoring for Atletico Madrid

Transfer news: Chelsea reportedly reach verbal agreement for Atletico Madrid striker Diego Costa

In form striker could leave La Liga in the summer

FA Cup: Leon Osman warns Everton to ignore form and be ready for Stevenage

Everton midfielder Leon Osman knows their trip to Stevenage is being viewed as a potential FA Cup upset but he believes they are professional enough to avoid a giant-killing.

Lacina Traore looks set to complete a move to Everton, subject to a work permit

Transfer news: Everton at last clinch deal for Monaco forward Lacina Traore

The Ivory Coast international joins on loan until the end of the season

Atlético Madrid willing to spend big to sign Chelsea's Thibaut Courtois

Transfer news: Atlético Madrid willing to spend big to sign Chelsea goalkeeper Thibaut Courtois on permanent basis

Spanish giants willing to part with the cash required to sign Chelsea's promising goalkeeper

Manchester United resist Atlético Madrid efforts and close in on Juan Mata

Transfer news: Manchester United resist Atletico Madrid efforts and close in on Juan Mata - reports

Premier League rivals set to agree a fee for Juan Mata as United resist Atlético attempts to scupper the deal

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