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Real Madrid's obsession with Neymar led them to prodigy Vinicius Jr.

The FC guys are incredulous that Isco keeps being left out as Real Madrid struggle to put together results under Santi Solari.

Florentino Perez's obsession with Neymar has brought him nothing but heartache, embarrassment and torment. Until now. Until Vinicius Jr.

Neymar was the kid Real Madrid saw first. Not just before Vinicius but before Barcelona spotted Neymar. He was the uncut diamond their South American scouting system brought over to train at Valdebebas and show his brilliance, even aged 14.

"I'd never seen a kid of that age who was so skilled," said Jesus Gutierrez, who was the Madrid academy coach in charge of...

Dani Ceballos 8/10, Luka Modric 7/10 in Real Madrid's scrappy win over Real Betis

The FC guys are incredulous that Isco keeps being left out as Real Madrid struggle to put together results under Santi Solari.
Luka Modric opened the scoring, and Dani Ceballos' free kick in the 88th minute rescued all three points for Real Madrid as they defeat Real Betis 2-1.

An injury hit Real Madrid battled to a 2-1 victory at Real Betis in Sunday evening's La Liga clash -- with substitute Dani Ceballos' late free kick winning the three points, after Luka Modric's fine first-half strike was cancelled out by Sergio Canales' smart equaliser near the hour mark.

Positives

Madrid surprised everybody with a tactically and physically excellent first half performance which had them deservedly ahead at the break. Younger players such as Fede Valverde and Vinicius Junior continue...

Youngsters Vinicius Junior, Federico Valverde shine as Real Madrid bounce back in Copa del Rey

Real Madrid head coach Santiago Solari agrees with Luka Modric's harsh assessment of the club's run of poor form.
Real Madrid's Brahim Diaz insists the only club he ever thought about leaving Manchester City for was Real Madrid and that no other clubs were options for him.

A 3-0 Copa del Rey last-16 first leg victory over Leganes at the Bernabeu sees Real Madrid move close to the quarterfinals, and should -- for now -- ease some of the speculation around coach Santi Solari's long-term future.

Positives

Madrid played pretty well once they went ahead thanks to Sergio Ramos' penalty just before the break.

With confidence flowing in the second half, Vinicius Junior's superb 12-yard volley was the cherry on top, and another sign that the young Brazilian is getting very...

Rumour Rater: Christian Eriksen to Real Madrid? Kostas Manolas to Man United?

It's January, and that means the transfer window is open. Which players are likeliest to move before it closes at the end of the month? David Amoyal rates the top rumours from around world football.

Christian Eriksen to Real Madrid: 30 percent

After failing to adequately replace Cristiano Ronaldo in the summer, Real Madrid are mired in an unexpected crisis. In order to find their way back up, Los Blancos are preparing an overhaul, especially in midfield, with Tottenham's Christian Eriksen being...

Transfer Talk: Real Madrid make Christian Eriksen move

The transfer window for Europe's biggest clubs is open again. Transfer Talk has been scouring the world's media and setting our correspondents loose to see who could be heading to/out of your club this month.

TOP STORY: Real Madrid make Eriksen move

Christian Eriksen's future at Tottenham is up in the air as he has yet to commit himself to a new contract, and that has Real Madrid salivating according to the Independent.

Real are looking for a long-term replacement for Ballon d'Or winner Luka Modric...

Florentino Perez the root of Real Madrid malaise, and it's time he steps down

Hello, Real Madrid fans. Please pay attention.

The current chaos isn't Santi Solari's fault. It's not Karim Benzema's fault because he missed an open goal against Real Sociedad, nor Gareth Bale's for being injured again nor Casemiro's for his schoolboy penalty after just over a minute against Real Sociedad. In wider terms, Madrid's latest -- apparently successful -- attempt to throw away their chance to be significant challengers in La Liga's title race isn't even Marcelo's fault -- even despite...