2017 Schedule

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2017 Schedule
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21hDermot Corrigan

Ronaldo, Bale, Benzema return for Real

Real Madrid coach Zinedine Zidane has welcomed the return of the club's 'BBC' strikeforce: Gareth Bale, Karim Benzema and Cristiano Ronaldo.

Extra Time: Ronaldo to MLS, Pulisic to Liverpool and more (2:52)
Transfer Rater: Crouch to Chelsea, Can to City and Dzeko to Chelsea? (4:02)
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2dMatt McGinn

Stodgy Real Madrid need a spark

Real Madrid continue to look stodgy and generate no flow, but they should find their footing against a poor Deportivo squad.

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2dRob Train

Asensio comes to Madrid's rescue

Real Madrid were lethargic and disjointed in a match they looked like they wanted no part of, but Marco Asensio secured a narrow win over Leganes.

Extra Time: Real Madrid reinforcements, Liverpool the title contenders (8:43)
Are Real Madrid fans turning on Cristiano Ronaldo? (5:45)
2dDermot Corrigan

Zidane hopes win is 'turning point' for Real

Real Madrid coach Zinedine Zidane hoped his team had turned a corner following a difficult recent time, when speaking after the Copa del Rey win.

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2dPA Sport

Asensio's late winner lifts Real in first leg

Real Madrid took a small step toward ending its crisis on Thursday, defeating Leganes 1-0 with an 89th-minute goal by Marco Asensio in the first leg.

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3dESPN staff

Real to sell BBC, build around Neymar

A stale Real Madrid are thinking of cleaning the slate and making a run at Neymar. Also, Daniel Sturridge is drawing interest from multiple clubs.

Transfer Rater: Neymar in, Benzema and Bale out at Madrid? (2:38)
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3dDermot Corrigan

Ronaldo rested for Madrid trip to Leganes

Real Madrid's Cristiano Ronaldo has been rested by coach Zinedine Zidane for Thursday evening's Copa del Rey quarterfinal first leg at Leganes.

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3dDermot Corrigan

Madrid fans vote for Ronaldo to go in poll

Two thirds of Real Madrid fans think it is time for Cristiano Ronaldo to go, according to an online poll conducted by Spanish paper AS.

3dDermot Corrigan

Will Cristiano Ronaldo leave Real Madrid?

With speculation again rife that Cristiano Ronaldo is seeking an exit from Real Madrid, our writers discuss the future for the Ballon d'Or holder.

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3dMatt McGinn

Should Madrid reassess global network stance?

Man City CEO Ferran Soriano says his global network of clubs idea would have been called 'crazy' at Real Madrid. But did Madrid miss an opportunity?

Are Real Madrid in need of an overhaul? (2:50)
Zidane: Ronaldo belongs at Madrid (1:29)
4dDermot Corrigan

Zidane can't imagine Ronaldo leaving Real

Ronaldo has let it be known that he has decided to leave the Bernabeu next summer, but Zidane said he does not imagine the star playing anywhere else.

4dDermot Corrigan

Why don't Madrid buy the world's best?

Why are Real Madrid quiet in the transfer market? Once the go-to destination for the world's big names, there's been a policy shift at the Bernabeu.

Is this Cristiano Ronaldo's last season with Real Madrid? (5:34)
4dDermot Corrigan

Madrid to swap Ronaldo's 'BBC' for 'NHL'?

Cristiano Ronaldo's uncertain future has sparked speculation in Wednesday's papers that Real Madrid could replace the "BBC" with a new "NHL" trio.

RankingsSpanish Copa del Rey

Goal Difference66th
Goals Scored10Tied-5th
Goals Conceded4Tied-40th