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The wing-back has not played for more than two months because of a thigh injury sustained on international duty for Portugal

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Whatever happens to Gareth Bale, whatever happens to Wayne Rooney, there will be some British influence at Real Madrid next season.

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The ban will keep the sporting director from "the touchline, the referees' dressing room and all official functions"

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Jose Mourinho moves closer to Real Madrid exit - and arrival at Chelsea

Real directors to hold meeting today on Mourinho's future

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Beckham was given his marching orders in the last minute

PSG label arrival of David Beckham 'a breath of fresh air'

Assistant coach Paul Clement hails influence of the former England captain

David Beckham in action for PSG

David Beckham sent off for PSG - just six minutes after coming on as a substitute

Leonardo has called the decision 'unfair'

Barcelona forward Lionel Messi scores against PSG in the Champions League

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The Argentina international came off injured in the first leg

David Beckham: Former England captain has indicated he would like to stay on at PSG
PSG's Ezequeil Lavezzi celebrates his goal against Valencia in the Champions League

PSG must improve if they want Champions League dream to continue

The French side won 3-2 on aggregate against Valencia, but were far from convincing

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