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The father of Radamel Falcao has refused to back down over his claims his son wants to move to Real Madrid.
Radamel Garcia Snr angered Atletico Madrid fans with his comments earlier this week.
And yesterday he insisted: "Saying my son wants to play for Real Madrid is not a sin. He always wants to play in the best teams in the world. The next club is for him to decide."
Real Madrid coach Jose Mourinho insists they can handle Michel Platini's controversial financial fair play laws.
Founded 110 years ago, Real Madrid have enjoyed domestic and continental success rivalled only by Catalan outfit Barcelona and a handful of other clubs.
And Mourinho insists that it is Real's heritage, and that of other European giants, that will protect his club from any negative repercussions when the new regulations are applied.
The Portuguese told AS: "Madrid, Barca and Bayern are all clubs that have a unique history."
"You can't buy that with money. The titles, the European Cups, the history, the fanbase, you can't achieve these things just by spending money."
"And all the best players want to be at these clubs, at these three clubs and a few others that have hundreds of trophies between them."
"It's still an important factor for the players. Then you have to bear in mind that Financial Fair Play is coming in soon, and Platini says he wants it followed to the letter."
"They are going to impose restrictions on clubs that aren't well structured and make life difficult for them, even if they have piles of money."
"I know my club Madrid well and the infrastructure is in place to cope (with the new rules)."
"Real Madrid has the potential and the history to keep the best players, such as Cristiano ( Ronaldo), (Iker) Casillas, (Karim) Benzema and (Gonzalo) Higuain. Barca are the same."
"But clubs that live exclusively on the funds of their owners won't find life so easy, because they don't have the structure of the historic clubs."
"And that's why Financial Fair Play will be good for football."
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Manchester United and Manchester City are scrambling to open talks with the camp of Real Madrid star Cristiano Ronaldo.
The Sun says Ronaldo put Manchester giants City and United on red alert after admitting he wants to quit Real Madrid.
A source said: “Yes, Cristiano told president Florentino Perez he wants to leave the club.”
It follows the Portugal superstar’s bombshell on Sunday after scoring twice against Granada.
Ronaldo, 27, did not celebrate either of his goals and said afterwards: “I am sad and the people at the club know about it.
“It’s about professional issues. I can’t say any more.”
Megabucks City and his old club United will keep a close eye on developments – along with Chelsea.
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Professor Green thinks reality TV mogul Simon Cowell is "wicked," and respects his journey to the top of the music industry.
Professor Green thinks Simon Cowell is "wicked."
The rapper has been known to go on rants against the reality TV mogul's shows such as 'The X Factor', but has respect for him because of his personality and achievements in pop music.
He said: "I don't actually dislike Simon Cowell at all, I think he's wicked. He's smart, he's on the ball, he's fair. So yeah. I like him, from what we know of him. Everyone wants to hate him, it's so obvious and boring. He went bankrupt, he had a hit with [novelty pop act] Zig and Zag, look at him now, he's a genius."
Green - real name Stephen Paul Manderson - has had a re-style of his image since rising to fame, and although he is pleased with his new haircut, he doesn't like the effort he has to go to in order to care for it.
He added to Q magazine: "It's given me a new aura. Using a hairdryer does make me feel like an absolute tart, I'm not going to lie. I use the standard nozzle on my hairdryer though, I'm not that into it."