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Sunday, January 1, 2012

La Liga

Athletic Bilbao
Athletic Bilbao striker Fernando Llorente ended his training session with an ice pack on the knee, but is expected to be fit to face Albacete.

Atletico Madrid
Former Leeds Utd junior Elliot Kebbie is set to complete his move to Atletico Madrid and the winger admits it is a great opportunity for him.

Youngster Thiago Alcantara is convinced that Barcelona can achieve another triplet in 2012, but also understands that it is a difficult feat.

Cristian Alvarez believes Espanyol have high-quality players in their reserves, following their contribution to the first team this season.

Getafe coach Luis Garcia has admitted that circumstances has prevented him from fielding a same line-up in all of their 16 matches so far.

Chairman Quique Pina is delighted that Granada have settled in the La Liga and that their economic situation has also turned for the better.

Good news for Levante coach Juan Ignacio Martinez as he is likely to have the entire squad to pick from for their Copa clash against Alcorcon.

Salomon Rondon is hoping to put an end to his goal draught and refuses to rule the possibility of Malaga qualifying for the Champions League.

Damia is convinced that Osasuna have evolved since their last meeting with Barcelona and are in a much better form to face them in the Copa.

Racing Santander
The poor condition of Racing Santander's training ground saw defender Christian and striker Ariel Nahuelpan picked up injuries in training.

Rayo Vallecano
Rayo Vallecano coach Jose Ramon Sandoval claims that Emiliano Armenteros is willing to join his club, but the move will depend on Sevilla.

Real Betis
Real Betis coach Pepe Mel is unlikely to land his primary winter target Ricardo Costa, as Valencia coach Unai Emery refuses to let him leave.

Real Madrid
Real Madrid winger Angel Di Maria could miss their Copa clash with Malaga, after it was confirmed that he suffered a muscle tear in training.

Real Mallorca
Real Mallorca coach Joaquin Caparros has set a target of scoring at least one goal in their first leg clash against Sociedad at the Anoeta.

Real Sociedad
Striker Carlos Vela is confident that Sociedad have enough players to deal with two competitions, ahead of their Copa clash with Mallorca.

Real Zaragoza
Former Getafe manager Michel insisted that he has yet to sign with Zaragoza, but he would not rule out the possibility of joining the club.

Frederic Kanoute admits Sevilla is likely to be his last high-level club, but insists he will stay until his contract expires in May 2012.

Sporting Gijon
Sporting Gijon president Manuel Vega admits he does not like the winter market because most of the players are rejects from the other teams.

Valencia defender Ricardo Costa cracked his cheekbone after after a clash in training, but he is likely to be available for the Copa clash.

It was rumoured that AS Roma are hoping to put together a EUR15 million bid to try and convince Villarreal to let go of Nilmar in January.

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