As the 2018/2019 season reaches midway, let’s take a look at the summer signings that made an impact in La Liga.
Carlos Bacca had a solid season with Villarreal in La Liga as the Colombian striker is now set to return to Milan. Bacca won’t likely stay at the San Siro as the rossoneri could potentially sell him off. As Calciomercato.com sources have confirmed, Milan could use Bacca in a one vs one swap deal with
Italian giants AC Milan are readying a new assault on Villarreal defender Mateo Musacchio, according to Tuttosport. The Rossoneri have long ago identified the Argentine as their number one target to reinforce the back line, and they should soon come forward with an official proposal. AC Milan will not have money to spend until the
Villarreal almost broke the deadlock inside two minutes thanks to excellent work down the left from Bakambu, whose cross was deflected against the inside of the post. Rakitic fired wide in the 10th minute as he failed to take advantage of Barca’s first real attacking opportunity. But 10 minutes later the Croatia international atoned for
Villarreal head coach Marcelino will have to do something he has failed to do in 11 previous attempts if his side are to end Barcelona’s record unbeaten run at El Madrigal on Sunday. Spaniard Marcelino has gone head-to-head with Barca 11 times during his career and has yet to chalk up a victory over the
Cristiano Ronaldo and Co. put eight goals past Malmo in the Champions League this week and the Spanish coach has predicted they will score another seven unless his team tightens up Villarreal head coach Marcelino admits he fears a potential thrashing by a Real Madrid team looking to restore some domestic pride when they visit
Liverpool, Tottenham, Villarreal and Schalke all booked their places in the Europa League round of 32, while Bordeaux and Celtic were among those to suffer elimination. Jurgen Klopp’s Liverpool fell behind in their Group B clash with Bordeaux when Henri Saivet converted an indirect free-kick awarded for time-wasting by Simon Mignolet. However, Christian Benteke’s fine