Spanish Papers: Ramos unhappy with Ronaldo; asks for NeymarNovember 10, 2017
Welcome to our morning round-up of the Spanish Papers, which discuss the possibility of Neymar joining Real Madrid.
Reports linking the Brazilian international has been linked with a move to the Santiago Bernabeu this week after claims his father met with Madrid president Florentino Perez.
Claims that the former Barcelona man will leave PSG after just one year and replace Cristiano Ronaldo have gained pace and Mundo Deportivo now pick up on a fall out between Sergio Ramos and the Portuguese forward.
They write that the Madrid duo have fallen out after Ronaldo claimed the Madrid squad needed strengthening, and they follow that up with claims that Ramos wants Neymar to join.
AS report that the return of Isco to La Rosaleda has seen a sell out tickets for Spain’s game with Costa Rica, before more focus on Karim Benzema, Gareth Bale and Cristiano Ronaldo – who have not played together since April, 200 days ago.
Finally, Marca interview Royston Drenthe, who looks at football’s darker side and his experiences of playing for Madrid and the temptations of drinking, clubbing and more.
The former Netherlands international reveals his battle with nightlife and struggling to find his early form.
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