- Cameroon midfielder Patrick Ekeng dies after on-pitch collapse in Romania
- Simeone wants to manage Argentina, Inter and Lazio in the future Okay
- Alexis Sanchez frustrated at Arsenal sparking doubts over new contract talks wants out of Arsenal
- Tottenham boss Mauricio Pochettino questions open support for Leicester in Premier League title race I'm with him on that one
- Middlesbrough v Brighton: The £170m race for the Premier League No Pressure!
- Europa League: Uefa defends St Jakob-Park for Liverpool v Sevilla final UEFA's excuse is pretty weak though, they were like, "Going by past matchups, the size was perfect" meaning that they didn't expect it to get any bigger, and yet they want the competition to be seen in its own light
- Chelsea transfer news: Six possible candidates to replace goalkeeper Thibaut Courtois at Stamford Bridge Courtois is looking to leave. Word has it that he doesn't trust Chelsea's goalkeeping coaching
Álvaro Arbeloa is set to play his final home game as a Real Madrid player, as confirmed by Casemiro. This Sunday against Valencia, Arbeloa will say farewell to the club he joined in 2001 at the age of 18. Some of his friends and former teammates shared their opinions of him with Marca.
Xabi Alonso: “You know he will always act intelligently and professionally, he always puts the team and the club first. This is one example of his commitment and I see him linked to an important role at Madrid in the future. He is a superb ambassador who deserves a great farewell.”
José Callejón: "The name Alvaro Arbeloa sums up what it means to be from Real Madrid. He is a player who gives everything every time he pulls on the shirt.”
UEFA Europa team of the week
I like his hair
OP: done! You know the drill! I'll be watching the Middlesborough vs Brighton match, I think. No PL games for me today! ETA: can I have a tag for UEFA, please? Thanks!