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La Liga transfer news: Valencia hunt Frenchman, Atletico seek Brazilian star and more - 14th April 2018

Omene Osuya
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8.86K   //    14 Apr 2018, 16:58 IST

Messi & Barca will look to bounce back from the humiliation in Rome
Messi & Barca will look to bounce back from the humiliation in Rome

The La Liga season enters Round 32 with some very tasty matches on the horizon for fans to savour.

After a humiliating exit at the hands of AS Roma in the UEFA Champions League, league leaders FC Barcelona will look to keep its unbeaten streak in the league as it faces a resilient Valencia side. Real Madrid will visit bottom-placed Malaga while in another very tasty game at the Estadio Sanchez Pizjuan, Sevilla who were also knocked out of the UCL this week face an inconsistent Villarreal side.

Here are some of the latest transfer stories as it concerns La Liga teams:

Also Read: La Liga's best Spanish starlets this season


#5 Valencia

Valencia want the highly rated Frenchman
Valencia want the highly rated Frenchman

With 4th place and automatic qualification for the group stages of next season's UCL almost certain, the new-look (and more serious) Los Che board alongside manager Marcelino Toral have already begun to make plans for next season.

OGC Nice's yet-uncapped French forward Alassane Plea is said to be high on the Spanish side's radar as competition/support for main striker Rodrigo Moreno.

According to Marca, the 25-year-old is aware of Valencia's interest but is fully focused on helping his team qualify for next season's Europa League and will make a decision on his future in early May.

He has scored 13 goals for the French Riviera side this season and will not come cheap.

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Omene Osuya
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Well, I love football (a look at my body of work tells a better story). However, I also love other sports and from time to time, pen articles concerning basketball, tennis, boxing, and e-sports. I follow these sports as much as I can, this explains why I write on a lot of different topics ranging from analysis and tactics to transfers and a whole lot more (reviews, previews and everything in between). Real Madrid is the team closest to my heart (same goes for Rafa Nadal, Raul Gonzalez, Mike Tyson, Mortal Kombat and the San Antonio Spurs).
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