There is much debate going on in the Spanish press at the moment about the future of the national team in the wake of the disastrous World Cup the holders have suffered.
Questions hang over the long-term futures of the elder statesmen such as Xabi Alonso, Xavi Hernandez, Iker Casillas and Fernando Torres. Despite guiding his team to a World Cup and European Championship, boss Vicente del Bosque is also under pressure.
For Real Madrid fans though, there is some good news to wake up to – season ticket prices for the Santiago Bernabeu will remain the same next season as they were this. The cheapest season tickets (in the lower level) will cost 223 euros for league games, or 323 euros for league and Champions League. The most expensive tickets, in the west stand of the stadium, will cost 1,840 euros for the league, or 2,384 for league and Champions League.
There are some transfer stories out there too. Much has been written about Toni Kroos, the Bayern Munich midfielder, wanted by Real, Manchester United and Chelsea. The German has said he will decide on his future after the World Cup.
And Marca claims Los Blancos are keeping tabs on Inigo Martinez, the Real Sociedad central defender as an option to bring in to replace Pepe in the long-term.