Real Madrid's plans to develop their stadium are under threat, due to investigations into whether the club received illegal state aid
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When Puyol makes a request, you don't say no.
Celtic are facing the prospect of missing out on qualifying for the UEFA Champions League group stages after a heavy defeat in their third qualifying round first-leg encounter against Legia Warsaw.
Ronny Deila's 10-man side fell to a 4-1 defeat in the Polish capital, although the match started brightly for the Hoops when Callum McGregor scored the opening goal of the game in the eighth minute.
Miroslav Radovic equalised for the hosts two minutes later and then put his side in front with nine minutes of the first half remaining before Efe Ambrose was sent off just before the interval.
Radovic then turned provider, teeing up Michal Zyro, who slotted home with six minutes of the game left and Jakub Kosecki then found the back of the net in added time to really rub salt in their opponents' wounds.
Veteran midfielder Sebastian Kehl has stepped down as Borussia Dortmund captain as he plans for his final season as a professional footballer.
The 34-year-old announced the decision in a press conference on Wednesday, saying he preferred to hand over to a successor now while still being around to offer his support.
– Kehl was speaking on the club's official website.
This important role has filled me with enjoyment and pride. It makes sense now to pass the baton on.
For now I will have the opportunity to stand by my successor and give advice and practical help and support with my experience.
Now the time is right.
France international Antoine Griezmann has officially joined Atletico Madrid after signing a six-year contract with the Spanish champions.
Atletico and Real Sociedad announced on Monday that they had agreed a deal for the 23-year-old, believed to be worth around 30million euros (£24m), and the forward completed the move on Tuesday following a successful medical.
Pep Guardiola has been told he has a job for life at Bayern Munich, says club chairman Karl-Heinz Rummenigge.
– Bayern Munich chairman Karl-Heinz Rummenigge Welt am Sonntag
Bayern are never going to sack Pep Guardiola, I can even put that in writing for you.
We have two perfect years behind us, won eight titles and some of our players have even put the cherry on top with the World Cup," he added.
And now we will continue setting records by being better than we've ever been after a World Cup.