Real Madrid are f****** sunk! - Marcelo fumes after latest loss


Los Blancos prepare to travel to northern Spain to visit Celta Vigo on Sunday as they seek to bounce back from a disappointing first half to the season that has left them lingering in fourth place.

'He's a Madrid player and he wants to finish his career here. Later as you know and as we all know, someone can come until the 31st. Why do I say this?

Real Madrid chief Emilio Butragueno denies the LaLiga title is lost after their disappointing draw at Celta Vigo. Because I'm happy with my squad.

"We were very good in the first half but the pace changed in the second half and Levante could have scored". If we keep losing points we're not going to get there. "What happened the other day is that on Thursday he continued feeling bad and we chose to do a resonance and the result is that he has something and like always we don't want to take risks", Zidane spoke about missing Ramos.

Les Parisiens will no doubt hope to capture one of the world's best and teaming him up with other superlative talents such as Neymar and Kylian Mbappe will help them become a dominant force on the European stage and develop a global fanbase.

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"We're sad and we're f****** sunk", Marcelo said after the match.

"We made a lot of errors, we gave the ball away a lot, something we don't normally do and we did it at important moments in the game, when we could have caused them more damage", Real coach Zinedine Zidane told reporters.

Real Madrid corrected its course in the Copa del Rey in midweek action, easing by Numancia 3-0 in the first leg of their last-16 clash.

Two goals in as many minutes from Gareth Bale put Madrid in front after Daniel Wass had given Celta the lead with a delightful lob.