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27 January 2018, 06:28 | Tracey Rhodes
Francis Coquelin at Real Madrid training.
The Spanish giants won the La Liga title and a record 12th European Cup under the Frenchman last season, but have struggled to replicate that form this time around and are trailing arch rivals Barcelona by 19 points in the league.
Madrid coach Zinedine Zidane is under intense pressure after the club were knocked out of the Copa del Rey by Leganes on 24 January at the Bernabeu.
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It is getting harder and harder for Atletico to compete with Barcelona and Real Madrid, and there is a feeling that Simeone has achieved all that he can in Spain and will inevitably test himself in the Premier League one day.
The Argentine has a contract until 2021 and the plan is for him to lead Spurs into their newly renovated stadium next season.
Spurs are no doubt desperate to keep him, particularly because there is no release clause in his deal and the first-team futures of the likes of Harry Kane, Dele Alli and co. would come further into question if he did move to the Spanish capital. Zidane's immediate future hinges on the upcoming Champions League tie against Paris Saint-Germain.
Real are preparing a massive spending spree this summer and are said to fancy the England internationals as potential "Galacticos".
Pochettino told Press Association Sport (h/t Sky Sports): "But in the end, it is like the players, you never know what is going to happen in football".
There is also plenty going on in the Football League - a smattering of games in the Championship, plus nearly a full round of matches in League One and League Two - yet the FA Cup understandably dominates the fixture list.
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Thick, dark smoke can be seen rising into the sky following a loud explosion near the old Interior Ministry building Saturday. Wounded people are assisted at the site of an explosion in downtown Kabul, Afghanistan , Saturday, Jan. 27, 2018.
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Fleetwood added that the tough conditions made it easier for him to focus. "It was important to come out and make sure I'm hungry. I just really wanted to win this one", said Fleetwood, who is expected to advance from 18th to 11th in the rankings on Monday.
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South & North Korea will march under unified flag at Olympics
While engagement between the two Koreas is at its highest level in years, North Korea has held a hard line on certain issues. North and South Korea will form their first joint Olympic team and march together at the opening ceremony , Seoul says.
PM Modi On Davos
The PM said he wanted to fully leverage the fact that after 30 years, there was a government with a full majority in India. The important signal of this visit is that we engage we engage with the world in a multidimensional way, "Gokhale said".