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ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Real Madrid 'would be crazy' to match Gareth Bale fee for Dele Alli - Salgado

Mauricio Pochettino has defended Dele Alli following his sending off in Tottenham's 2-2 draw with Gent in the Europa League.

Michel Salgado has told talkSPORT that Real Madrid "would be crazy" to pay Tottenham a similar fee for Dele Alli as they paid for Gareth Bale.

Alli, 20, has been linked with a big-money move to join the European champions after a second impressive season in the Premier League with Spurs.

Bale left Tottenham as a 24-year-old who had twice been named as PFA Player of the Year, but Alli still has to prove if he is capable of performing regularly at the level that Real require, according to Salgado.


ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Sevilla level with Real Madrid after derby win, Valencia lose to Alaves

ESPN FC's Alejandro Moreno and Alexis Nunes look ahead to this weekend's round of fixtures in La Liga.
Gabriel Mercado equalised for Sevilla en route to an important win against Real Betis.

Sevilla moved above Barcelona into second place in La Liga and level on points with Real Madrid at the top, following a 2-1 win against Real Betis.

With his side trailing at half-time coach Jorge Sampaoli further enhanced his reputation by making the changes which sealed victory for his side in the derby game.

Betis dominated the first half and took the lead from a free kick by Riza Durmisi in the 36th minute.

But Sampaoli's decisions during the break to replace Franco Vazquez with Iborra and an...

Barcelona coach Luis Enrique: Atletico Madrid game not decisive

Alejandro Moreno examines Barcelona's current issues and discusses how they can salvage their sub-par season so far.

Luis Enrique stressed that this weekend will not be decisive in the La Liga title race as Barcelona take on fourth-placed Atletico Madrid at the Vicente Calderon on Sunday.

League leaders Real Madrid, meanwhile, who have won just one of their five away games in 2017, travel to Villarreal, who boast the league's strongest defence.

However, Barca coach Luis Enrique was keen to keep it brief as he dodged questions about his side's recent form, the morale in the dressing room and the fitness of Javier...