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Spain's La Liga on the move


Soccer never sleeps. Even after the final whistle blows or the season ends, there is always something to do. Several LaLiga teams are in the process of reaching agreements to improve their positions, already looking ahead to what next season could bring.

Real Madrid signs new talents

Carlo Ancelotti begins to add signings for next season. Real Madrid will have a very competitive campaign according to their coach. They want to leave behind the absolute superiority they received from Manchester City in the Champions League and also return to being the owners of LaLiga.

For this reason, Madrid moved quickly to keep the signing of Fran García. Although he played for Rayo Vallecano, where he has become one of the best defenders in the Spanish competition, the left-back already belonged to the Merengue team with which he made his debut in the 2018-2019 season.

After seven seasons in the youth academy, in 2020 he moved to Rayo and contributed to the promotion to Primera División. Indisputable on the left wing of the Vallecano team, in the last season he played 40 games and scored 2 goals. In addition, he became the LaLiga outfield player with the most minutes played.

With the signing of Fran Garcia, Ancelotti has the left flank well covered. He will be unveiled as a Madrid player on Monday and will extend his contract until the 2026-2027 season. The full-back has a great chance of being a starter in the face of repeated injuries to Ferland Mendy, although he must work for it.

Sevilla buys Badé

Sevilla FC will have Loïc Badé for next season. The club has agreed to pay the French Rennes the 12 million euros that provides for the purchase option of the defender, on loan since January by the Breton club and who will sign a contract with Sevilla players until June 2027.

Badé, 23, joined Sevilla in the last winter transfer window after breaking his loan spell at English Premier League side Nottingham Forest, where he had been on loan since the previous summer.

The player has been a starter for both Argentine coach Jorge Sampaoli and his replacement, José Luis Mendilibar, who have fielded him in 27 matches, including the recent Europa League final win over Roma, in which he scored twice.

Girona says goodbye

Girona has made official this Friday the departure of its players on loan during this season to the Catalan club. Reinier, Taty Castellanos, Yan Couto, Yángel Herrera, Riquelme, Javi Hernández and Iván Martín will return to their clubs of origin.

The club did not give a reason for the decision, only announced the departure and thanked the players for their contributions. They will now return to their respective teams or, perhaps, find new leases elsewhere.

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