Florentino Perez talks up Real Madrid NBA move

Florentino Perez talks up Real Madrid NBA move

Florentino Perez talks up Real Madrid NBA move

Perez said Madrid want "to be the first club in the world to exceed the one billion euro revenue mark", an aim shared by his Barcelona counterpart Josep Maria Bartomeu, who has also embarked on a redesign of the Camp Nou.

Real Madrid may have produced arguably their least convincing performance of the campaign, but it was still enough for them to defeat Espanyol.

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'The game was nervous and in the last 15 minutes we lacked control, ' Lopetegui said. "We'll see if he plays with (the second team) Castilla on Sunday".

But even though Julen Lopetegui collected three points on his first Champions League game in charge, Isco feels there is more to come from Madrid.

"I could hardly have asked for a better debut, at home and in the Champions League and scoring as well, and I'm very grateful to my teammates for helping it go as well as it did".

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Silver added: "It is true that popularity has grown and that the venues are getting better, but there is still a way to go, we will continue to study it, but it does not fit into our short-term plans".

The most important thing is that the team got three points, knew how to suffer and that's how you win a league title. And the former Real Sociedad defender had a bright opening to his Madrid career.

"They are a side that has improved and the squad is more complete, has more depth".

Edin Dzeko's header was kept out by Navas, who was preferred to summer signing Thibaut Courtois in goal for Real.

"It makes me feel proud, responsible and very excited about a competition which I don't need to explain what it means to us and what Real Madrid means to the Champions League", Lopetegui said at a press conference.

Villarreal earned a 3-3 draw at Real Sociedad thanks to Leo Suarez's equaliser in the final minute of stoppage time while Eibar edged Leganes 1-0.

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