Santiago Solari said Sergio Ramos was caught out by "tricky" questioning after his controversial yellow card in Real Madrid's 2-1 win over Ajax in the Champions League.

The 32-year-old defender was booked in the 89th minute at the Johan Cruijff ArenA and initially admitted he took the caution on purpose.

His confession led to UEFA opening an investigation to establish whether he had taken the punishment to ensure he would serve any suspension before the quarter-finals, should Madrid advance.

Ramos subsequently back-tracked, saying his intention was to force a foul not a ban, and Solari accepted his captain's explanation.

"Referring to what Sergio said, he has given all the pertinent explanations and he has said clearly that he refereed about forcing the foul," Solari told reporters.

"He has also been asked in a tricky way, you [journalists] have your own methods.

"Anyway, he has also explained himself."

Solari was asked about the furore surrounding a gesture made by Gareth Bale towards Atletico Madrid supporters following his goal in the derby.

Bale scored Real's third goal in a 3-1 victory before making an arm gesture towards fans at Estadio Wanda Metropolitano, prompting LaLiga to request that the Welshman be punished by the Spanish Football Federation.

It was put to Solari that LaLiga president Javier Tebas has a vendetta against his side, but the Real Madrid boss dismissed the suggestion.

"Persecuted by Tebas? We are persecuted by Atleti and chasing Barca," said Solari

"We would love for everyone to persecute us."

On Bale's celebration, he added: "I think it is just an anecdote. People are reading too much into it."

Gareth Bale is at risk of a ban that could stretch to 12 LaLiga matches due to his inflammatory celebration in Real Madrid's 3-1 win at Atletico Madrid.

Bale came off the bench to score his side's third at the Wanda Metropolitano, his 100th goal for the club, as Madrid moved second in the table.

According to LaLiga, the Wales star then celebrated in front of Atleti fans by "waving his right arm [and] lifting it towards the proximity of his head, in a clear sign of provocation towards the fans, later making a gesture of a possible obscene and insulting meaning by raising his bent arm and striking it in the middle with his other hand".

LaLiga says it will now determine whether Bale's celebration achieved "the intended purpose of inciting the animosity of the crowd".

The 29-year-old could face a suspension of between four and 12 matches if found guilty of provoking a hostile reaction from the fans, in accordance with new rules regarding "offensive celebrations" that were implemented last February.

He is likely to be banned for one to three games if it is found that there was no such aggressive response from supporters.

The case will be decided by LaLiga's disciplinary committee.

Madrid, who claimed a 2-1 win over Ajax in the first leg of their Champions League last-16 tie on Wednesday, host Girona on Sunday in their next league match.

Santiago Solari said head coaches need to trust in VAR after Real Madrid benefited from a controversial call in Wednesday's 2-1 Champions League win at Ajax.

Holders Madrid took control of their last-16 tie as goals from Karim Benzema and Marco Asensio, either side of a Hakim Ziyech strike, gave them a victory and two away goals at Johan Cruijff ArenA.

Ajax thought they had taken a deserved first-half lead through Nicolas Tagliafico, but the goal was ruled out after a VAR review, with Dusan Tadic judged to have impeded goalkeeper Thibaut Courtois while in an offside position.

Madrid boss Solari, though, insists officials should be entrusted to make such decisions as they are the only ones with access to the video replays.

"We don't have the elements to make a judgement. We don't have a monitor. We trust what VAR or the referees say," he said.

"Without a doubt [we suffered]. We knew how to play the game, how to work it, suffer through it and to score when we created those chances.

"We did everything and that shows the strength of the players and of the group."

Madrid struggled in the first half against Ajax's high press, but Solari did not agree that it was a poor performance overall.

"That's your opinion," he said. "We had to do a lot of things to get this result. We had to work, suffer, know how to escape the press, and be strong.

"This is the Champions League, the last 16, and there are no teams that are not very good.

"They played with a lot of energy, pushing some situations to the limit, and they made us work hard for the win."

Solari was pleased with Asensio's impact as a substitute, while he also denied he took off Gareth Bale after 61 minutes because of a poor display from the Wales forward.

"I'm particularly happy with his goal and his performance," he said of Asensio. "He's played in three or four games since he came back from injury.

"He did everything he had to do, not only for the goal but also how he acted on the pitch, how he defended and for his effectiveness in reaching the goal."

When asked about Bale, he added: "I'm very happy with everyone's performance. It was a very difficult game and we needed the maximum from everyone. Without that, we wouldn't have won."

When a Gareth Bale-inspired Real Madrid overcame Liverpool 3-1 in last season's Champions League final, the triumph merely scratched the surface of LaLiga's recent dominance in Europe's premier club competition.

Having become the first team in the Champions League era to retain the title against Juventus in Cardiff in 2017, head coach Zinedine Zidane made it three in a row before riding off into the sunset.

Madrid have won four out of five, their bitter rivals Barcelona interrupting the streak in 2015. Indeed, Liverpool and Juventus proved to be the only interlopers on a Spanish party during this period – Atletico Madrid were left in anguish by their city rivals in 2014 and 2016.

Five wins out of five and seven of the previous 10 finalists paints a picture of total domination that felt unlikely after Bayern Munich beat Borussia Dortmund in an all-Bundesliga affair at Wembley in 2013.

That experience shows the folly of declaring the beginning and end of eras, but LaLiga's grip on continental supremacy appears somewhat looser as this season's knockout rounds get underway.

No Zidane, no Ronaldo = no party?

That Madrid's struggles post-Kiev seemed, to an extent, so inevitable is a damning indictment of president Florentino Perez and the Bernabeu hierarchy.

Zidane caught them off guard – Madrid head coaches are habitually pushed rather than jumping on their own terms – but the pursuit of Julen Lopetegui was an unseemly mess that counted torpedoing Spain's World Cup campaign among its collateral.

A chequebook that remained tightly bound even after Cristiano Ronaldo's departure to Juventus gave an indication of why Los Blancos were so hasty in wrapping up the Lopetegui deal. They were not presenting a strong hand to any incoming coach.

Being able to rely on an all-time great forward and the inspiration of a club hero in the dressing room had papered over plenty of ills and Lopetegui trudged out of his second dream job in a matter of months following a 5-1 hammering in El Clasico.

Messi carrying Barcelona

Barcelona accomplished that October humiliation of their bitter foes without a sidelined Lionel Messi as Luis Suarez produced a bravura display.

However, recent weeks have added weight to claims of Messidependencia. The mercurial Argentinian was rested for Copa del Rey ties at Levante and Sevilla and had to be recalled to pull around first-leg defeats. He came off the bench in last week's 1-1 semi final draw at home to Madrid despite injury fears.

Those losses and a 2-2 LaLiga draw against Valencia pointed to unaddressed defensive vulnerabilities, exacerbated by Ernesto Valverde's squad rotation – a necessity of the modern game, but the drop-off when the Barca boss rests weary legs is often stark.

Sunday's stalemate at Athletic Bilbao made it three winless games across all competitions, while uncertainty over whether Valverde will stay beyond the end of this season might count against players going the extra mile..

Atletico fluffing their lines

The thrill of Atletico's 2013-14 LaLiga triumph and their Champions League final appearances was how against the odds it all felt.

Diego Simeone's side cannot be so easily cast in that role this time around, given they mark a contrast to the sense of drift witnessed at their city rivals and Barca.

After tying star forward Antoine Griezmann down to a long-term contract, Simeone was reportedly set to follow suit at the end of last year. What he has built in the shadow of two giants is, by any measure, incredible.

But it feels reasonable to ask whether Atleti could be doing more.

Barcelona have left the door ajar in LaLiga, failing to win eight matches this term. But Atleti have now dropped points 11 times and find themselves behind Madrid after Saturday's sapping 3-1 defeat on their own patch in El Derbi.

PSG, Juventus, Manchester City – can anyone take advantage?

If those flaws paint an unconvincing picture for Atletico, Barcelona and Real Madrid, the lack of a solid counter-argument from Europe's pretenders to the throne gives cause for encouragement.

Manchester City, Liverpool and Tottenham are embroiled in a fierce and sapping battle for the Premier League title, which has magnified flaws with in each excellent team. All face Bundesliga opposition this month and must be wary of becoming over-stretched.

The other Premier League participant, Manchester United, are revelling in a post-Jose Mourinho feelgood factor under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer and represent an unappetising prospect for a Neymar-less Paris Saint-Germain, who are still to bring their Ligue 1 dominance to bear on the European stage.

Juventus' move for Ronaldo was the clearest statement yet of their determination to take the final step – an experienced side hitting the sort of peak Bayern Munich now have in their rear view mirror.

The Old Lady's showdown with Atleti is the pick of the last 16 ties and could prove a bellwether when it comes to assessing LaLiga's current strength.

Following a home loss to Real Sociedad at the start of the year, Madrid have rediscovered the winning feeling, something deeply ingrained in their muscle memory where the big trophy is concerned.

Interim boss Santiago Solari came through this week's clashes against Barcelona and Atletico intact, with a reputation enhanced and confidence blossoming within his squad. Ajax are up next, having lost two of their past three Eredivisie outings. It couldn't happen again, could it?

Meanwhile, focusing upon Barca without Messi ignores the terrifying prospect for opponents when he is in full flight.

LaLiga's heavyweights might not swagger as they once did, but the rest will have to walk taller than before to knock them off their stride.  

Santiago Solari said Gareth Bale helped define Saturday's derby after scoring his 100th Real Madrid goal against Atletico Madrid.

It was a memorable outing for Bale at Atletico's Wanda Metropolitano, where the Welsh forward celebrated his century of goals in the 3-1 LaLiga derby victory.

Bale came off the bench and netted Madrid's third – his 100th goal in all competitions since arriving from Tottenham in 2013 for a then-record fee of €100million – against 10-man Atletico.

And Madrid head coach Solari praised Bale following reports the Wales international walked back to the dressing room on his own following the triumph.

"He walked into the locker room very well and he was very happy with his goal," Solari said during his post-game news conference.

"He helped define this match because it was very much alive at this point. But thanks to his goal it ended the match and he's very good."

Bale has scored six LaLiga goals in 18 matches – 15 of those in the starting XI – this season, while the 29-year-old has netted 12 in all competitions.

 

Real Madrid have another member in their 100 club after Gareth Bale sealed glory in El Derbi against Atletico Madrid on Saturday.

The Wales forward was a world-record signing when he moved to the Santiago Bernabeu for €100m in 2013 and has gone on to win four Champions Leagues with Los Blancos.

He also counts the 2013-14 Copa del Rey and 2016-17 LaLiga titles among his honours and has illuminated key clashes at home and abroad.

Here, we look back at six of Bale's best.

Elche (H) – LaLiga: February 22, 2014

After taking a little time to settle following his arrival, Bale really began to hit his stride after the turn of the year in his debut Madrid season. The vital second goal in a 3-0 win over Elche at the Bernabeu came in scintillating fashion when he clattered home a 30-yard strike via the underside of the crossbar.

Rayo Vallecano (H) – LaLiga: March 29, 2014

No team has felt Bale's wrath more regularly than Rayo, who have conceded to the Welshman on nine occasions. As part of a brace in a 5-0 thumping, he burst through two challenges when a Rayo corner was cleared. That began a rampaging run of nearly 70 yards, which concluded with a cool finish.

Barcelona (N) – Copa del Rey: April 16, 2014

Bale turned on the afterburners again when it mattered most against Madrid's bitter rivals in the Copa del Rey final at Mestalla. With the game locked at 1-1 and extra time beckoning, he collected possession on halfway, booted the ball past Marc Bartra, sprinted off the pitch and around the beleaguered defender before prodding beyond goalkeeper Jose Pinto. A sidelined Cristiano Ronaldo celebrated amid bedlam in the stands.

Legia Warsaw (A) – Champions League: November 2, 2016

The Champions League campaign that ended in glory against Juventus in Bale's native Cardiff featured a group-stage slog in Poland – Mateo Kovacic salvaging a 3-3 draw five minutes from time. Such a turn of events seemed unlikely when Bale swivelled to thump a still-rising strike into the top-right corner from 25 yards inside the first minute.

Borussia Dortmund (A) – Champions League: September 26, 2017

Picking Bale's best volley from the 2017-18 Champions League season is not the straightforward task you might think. His stunning, side-footed finish from Dani Carvajal's delicately chipped pass to open the scoring in a 3-1 win at the Signal Iduna Park was a thing of rare beauty.

Liverpool (N) – Champions League: May 26, 2018

Benched by Zinedine Zidane for Europe's showpiece game, Bale came on with a point to prove and a game in the balance. He had been on the pitch a shade over two minutes when he launched himself to hook a remarkable overhead kick into the top-left corner from Marcelo's hopeful cross. The destination of a trophy synonymous with Madrid rarely felt in doubt after that unforgettable moment.

Real Madrid beat bitter rivals Atletico Madrid at the Wanda Metropolitano for the first time, as Gareth Bale's 100th goal for the club helped secure a 3-1 win to move them up to second in LaLiga.

Los Blancos claimed a morale-boosting 1-1 draw at Barcelona in the Copa del Rey semi-final first leg on Wednesday and they produced another resilient display to beat Diego Simeone's men on their own turf for the first time since their meeting at the Vicente Calderon in November 2016.

Atletico conceded twice in a first half at the Wanda for the first time, as Sergio Ramos' penalty added to Casemiro's spectacular opener after Antoine Griezmann had equalised, with a little thanks to VAR.

Madrid looked in control at the back under pressure in the second half and finished off their opponents 16 minutes from time through substitute Bale's landmark goal, before Thomas Partey's late sending off.

A fluid Madrid looked bright in the early stages and deservedly went ahead 16 minutes in – Casemiro producing a brilliant bicycle kick to beat Jan Oblak after Ramos nudged the ball on from a corner.

Atletico responded well and levelled nine minutes later, as Angel Correa contentiously robbed Vinicius Junior and fed Griezmann, who beat the offside trap and slotted through Thibaut Courtois' legs.

But Ramos restored the lead just before the break, confidently dispatching a penalty into the bottom-left corner after Jose Gimenez clumsily tripped Vinicius, with VAR adjudging it to have happened just inside the box.

Atletico thought they had equalised when Alvaro Morata lifted the ball over Courtois and into the net in the 54th minute, but VAR proved he was marginally offside.

And Madrid took full advantage in the 74th minute, as Bale – who replaced Vinicius before the hour mark – raced on to Luka Modric's pass and fired across Oblak into the bottom-right corner.

Atletico's fate was sealed with 10 minutes remaining when Thomas received a second booking for catching Toni Kroos.

 

Gareth Bale has scored 100 goals in all competitions for Real Madrid in more time than it took Cristiano Ronaldo and Karim Benzema to reach the same tally. 

Atletico Madrid welcomed back Diego Godin and Saul Niguez for the derby showdown with Real Madrid at the Wanda Metropolitano, with Sergio Reguilon preferred to Marcelo at left-back for the visitors.

Influential captain Godin returns to the heart of Diego Simeone's defence as expected after sitting out last weekend's 1-0 defeat to Real Betis with a thigh injury.

Saul was also absent last time out and has missed three of Atleti's previous four LaLiga matches through a combination of injury and suspension.

He partners Thomas Partey in central midfield, while Santiago Solari has opted for 22-year-old Reguilon at full-back for Madrid.

Marcelo's performances this season have become a source of discontent for the Santiago Bernabeu faithful and he struggled against Barcelona winger Malcom during Wednesday's 1-1 Clasico draw in the Copa del Rey semi-final first leg.

Gareth Bale has to be content with a place on the bench once more, with Karim Benzema flanked by Lucas Vazquez and Vinicius Junior in the front three, while Casemiro replaces the injured Marcos Llorente at the base of Solari's midfield.

Gareth Bale's recent performances have "annoyed" Real Madrid fans and Predrag Mijatovic thinks Wednesday's Copa del Rey Clasico against Barcelona could be his "last chance".

Wales international Bale missed three weeks at the start of the year with a calf injury but made a goalscoring return as a substitute in the 4-2 victory over Espanyol on January 27.

He again featured from the bench in last week's Copa triumph over Girona but was replaced after an underwhelming 63 minutes when he returned to the starting line-up for Sunday's 3-0 win over Deportivo Alaves.

With teenage winger Vinicius Junior stringing together some strong performances – including a goal against Alaves – Mijatovic feels Bale could find himself out of favour under Santiago Solari, particularly if he fails to impress against Barca at Camp Nou in the semi-final first leg.

"Somebody has to defend and Lucas [Vazquez] knows how to track back and help. On the left wing, Vinicius is playing well and Bale has his difficulties," Mijatovic told El Larguero on Cadena SER.

"If he [Solari] plays Bale, it's the last chance he has. We're all annoyed with his game. Vinicius plays better at the Bernabeu.

"Barcelona have tremendous attacking power. They're capable of scoring three goals in five minutes. They're the leaders [in LaLiga], they're in the Champions League and the Copa.

"It's a two-legged eliminator. We have to go out and make a good result and take it into account regardless of how it ends. If you get a good result, Barca can also win at the Bernabeu."

Lionel Messi has been included in Barca's squad despite being hurt during their 2-2 draw against Valencia on Saturday, but Mijatovic doubts any risks will be taken with the five-time Ballon d'Or winner.

"He's a key player and he knows himself. He'll tell him [Ernesto Valverde] if he can start, and if there's a risk he'll be on the bench. With the experience Messi has, I don't think he's stupid enough to take the risk," he added.

Karim Benzema continued his scoring streak as he netted for the sixth time in four games to help Real Madrid cruise to a 3-0 victory over Deportivo Alaves on Sunday. 

The Frenchman struck after 30 minutes of a one-sided contest at Santiago Bernabeu where Gareth Bale made his first start overcoming a calf injury but Vinicius Junior stole the show, including scoring his side's second. 

It was the 18-year-old who unlocked the Alaves defence with a killer pass in the build-up to Benzema's opener, and he converted Marco Asensio's low cross to double Madrid's advantage 10 minutes from time.

Substitute Mariano Diaz added a late third as Madrid moved to within two points of second-placed Atletico - who lost 1-0 away at Real Betis earlier in the day - in the table after a fourth consecutive win in LaLiga.

Guillermo Maripan's error almost allowed Dani Ceballos to open the scoring after three minutes but his shot deflected over the bar, while Benzema curled an effort narrowly wide from just inside the box moments later.

Vinicius slalomed through the Alaves defence before stinging the palms of Fernando Pacheco with a shot from 15 yards before playing a key role in the first goal.

The Brazilian teenager had the vision to see Sergio Reguilon's run and played him in behind the Alaves defence, with the defender sending over a low cross that Benzema side-footed into the net.

Ruben Duarte volleyed a rare Alaves chance wide from an acute angle at the start of the second half before Bale tested Pacheco with a low drive at the other end.

Santiago Solari replaced Bale and Benzema with Mariano and Asensio in the final half-hour and the latter's centre bounced through the Alaves box to the feet of Vinicius, who calmly provided the finish.

Alvaro Odriozola was denied a goal by an offside decision but did set up Mariano in additional time, the forward's firm header wrapping up a thoroughly convincing win for the hosts in the Spanish capital.
 

Santiago Solari believes Gareth Bale looks ready to shine for Real Madrid amid further speculation over the Wales international's future.

Bale marked his return from a calf injury in last Sunday's 4-2 win over Espanyol with his fifth LaLiga goal of the season, while he managed 23 minutes of the 3-1 Copa del Rey win at Girona on Thursday.

The forward's agent, Jonathan Barnett, told fan site Madridista Real this week Bale has never wanted to leave Madrid and he is tired of the "stupid lie stories" surrounding his future, with a Premier League return often mooted for the former Tottenham star.

With Bale now pushing for a return to the starting line-up in Madrid's LaLiga clash with Deportivo Alaves on Sunday, head coach Solari hopes to see him rediscover top form as he goes in search of his 100th goal for the club.

"He is always in the spotlight. The spotlight waits for him," he told a news conference.

"He looks connected, switched on, and we want him to perform like he knows how to, like he did at the Club World Cup, at Roma ... he's so important for us."

Solari also praised the recent form of Karim Benzema, who followed up his two goals against Espanyol with another double against Girona.

"Benzema has always shone. The players who make their team-mates better have a special shine," he said.

"We have a lot of these footballers, who are sometimes well known, but have their own light and give competitiveness to the team.

"It's a great moment for him, that's for sure. He's getting goals; you're happy for him."

Santiago Solari insisted Karim Benzema has the complete trust of Real Madrid's squad after the striker produced an inspired performance against Espanyol.

Benzema ended a three-match scoreless streak when he tucked in from close range four minutes into Sunday's 4-2 LaLiga victory, before doubling his tally with a slick first-time finish on the stroke of half-time.

He played a crucial role in Madrid's fourth, dribbling his way in from the flank before combining with Lucas Vazquez to tee up substitute Gareth Bale on his return from injury, and was unfortunate not to claim an assist when Dani Carvajal struck wide moments later.

And Solari was quick to praise the 31-year-old Frenchman, who now has nine LaLiga goals to his name this season.

"He always makes complete performances, but he has also scored two beautiful goals," Solari told a news conference. "We totally trust in him and he is demonstrating all of his quality more than ever all this season."

Benzema's Madrid team-mate Vazquez echoed Solari's thoughts, adding that the Frenchman has to be considered as the world's most complete centre forward.

"I think Benzema has proved to us all that he's the best number nine in the world," Vazquez told reporters. "Working hard for the team, combining with his team-mates, he's wonderful."

Bale's goal – a venomous strike following a clever turn – ultimately proved decisive for Madrid, with Raphael Varane's red card handing Espanyol hope before Roberto Rosales volleyed home to make it 4-2.

The former Tottenham forward has endured another injury-hit campaign, but Solari is confident that Bale will recapture his best form soon enough.

"Gareth is a decisive player, he’s always capable of scoring a goal. He scored as soon as he came on and that was good for the game and his confidence," Solari told Real Madrid's official TV channel.

"Step by step he has to regain the form from before the Club World Cup when he scored three goals.

"This is the Gareth we want to see all the time, like today when he was hungry to score."

Karim Benzema scored twice during a rampant first-half display as 10-man Real Madrid moved into third place in LaLiga with a 4-2 victory at Espanyol.

Having lost 1-0 in the corresponding fixture last season, Madrid were quick to ensure they did not suffer a similar fate this time around – Benzema ending a three-match scoreless run before Sergio Ramos, who later went off injured, doubled the visitors' tally with his 50th headed goal for Los Blancos.

Leo Baptistao hauled Espanyol back into the contest, but Benzema had the final say of a frantic opening 45 minutes when he slotted in on the stroke of half-time.

Gareth Bale's goal three minutes after his introduction added further gloss, only for Raphael Varane's red card to make things complicated, but though Roberto Rosales' stunning volley set up a thrilling finale, Espanyol could not muster an unlikely comeback.

Madrid were ahead inside four minutes, Espanyol's defence wilting as Luka Modric surged forward and forced Diego Lopez into action, with Benzema on hand to tuck home the rebound.

Espanyol found themselves further behind 11 minutes later, Ramos heading Modric's pinpoint cross into the right-hand corner.

Madrid's advantage was halved in the 25th minute, Baptistao thundering a strike into the roof of the net moments after drawing a fine stop out of Thibaut Courtois.

But Espanyol's hard work was undone in first-half stoppage time – Benzema latching onto a loose ball to place a sublime finish into the bottom corner.

With Modric and Benzema both squandering gilt-edged chances to extend Madrid's lead, substitute Bale made no mistake in the 67th minute, slamming in after brilliantly turning clear of his markers.

Varane's desperate lunge on Pablo Piatti gave Espanyol hope, but Rosales' VAR-awarded goal – a fantastic volley into the top corner – proved a mere consolation.

 

What does it mean? Madrid hitting their straps

It has been a difficult season for Madrid, but after failing to win their opening two LaLiga fixtures of 2019, Santiago Solari's side have now claimed three successive victories as their battle with Sevilla for third place intensifies.

Espanyol, meanwhile, have now lost nine of their last 10 top-flight games, and are lingering dangerously close to the relegation spots.

Benzema in bullish form

While his opening goal was a simple finish from close range, Benzema showed his quality with his second, curling an inch-perfect finish beyond Lopez to restore Madrid's two-goal cushion and cap an inspired individual display. The Frenchman has now been directly involved in seven goals in his last nine league appearances against Espanyol.

Defensive issues pile up for Madrid

With Ramos having gone off injured at half-time, Madrid's defensive problems were compounded when Varane made the rash decision to foul Piatti, and the France defender will now be suspended for Madrid's next outing.

What's next?

Madrid will look to book a Copa del Rey semi-final place when they meet Girona on Thursday - Los Blancos leading 4-2 after the first leg – before hosting Deportivo Alaves three days later. Espanyol are in cup action on Wednesday against Real Betis, the sides level at 1-1, and travel to Villarreal next weekend.

Zinedine Zidane left Real Madrid after losing a power struggle with Florentino Perez over transfers, according to former club president Ramon Calderon.

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