Lionel Messi would cause panic to spread quickly among Premier League defenders if he moves to the English top flight, according to Wolves captain Conor Coady.

Six-time Ballon d'Or winner Messi has been heavily linked with a switch to Manchester City since informing Barcelona of his intention to leave the club last week.

Coady's brilliant form for Wolves has led to a maiden international call-up for England's forthcoming Nations League matches against Iceland and Denmark.

Nevertheless, he is not too proud to admit being brought face to face with Messi would raise his pre-match anxiety levels.

"I'll be honest with you, I'd probably have a lot of panic before the game, trying to get my head around playing him," Coady chuckled as he spoke to reporters from England's St George's Park base.

"You can watch all the videos in the world to try and prepare for playing someone like him and you'd struggle.

"It would be amazing for the Premier League. We all know how big the Premier League is. He's his own man and he'll decide his own future. Let's see what happens."

The over-riding emotion right now for Coady is excitement, along with a palpable sense of pride.

The 27-year-old, who was sold by boyhood club Liverpool as a youngster, has made a persistent case for inclusion as one of Wolves' standout performers over the past two seasons.

"It’s amazing, it’s absolutely incredible. From the moment I got phone call on Saturday it's been a whirlwind," he said.

"It’s an honour to be here. The standard of training is incredible. It’s everything I thought and more."

Coady revealed England boss Gareth Southgate called him at an inopportune moment to deliver news of his international breakthrough.

"I was taking my little boy round to his friend's on our estate," he explained.

"My phone was going off in my pocket. I thought, I'll ring them back when I get home because I had the kids.

"Then I had a text saying Gareth Southgate's trying to ring you, so I picked the boys up and ran back to the house and my missus. My little boy missed 10 minutes of whatever it was, playing with his friends.

"My wife was excited. I rang the number back and it's a phone call I’ll never ever forget for the rest of my life. It was incredible, I was shaking."

Barcelona midfielder Frenkie de Jong conceded the LaLiga giants are in turmoil as superstar captain Lionel Messi looks to leave Camp Nou.

Messi did not feature in Barca's first day of pre-season training under new head coach Ronald Koeman on Monday after the six-time Ballon d'Or winner handed in a transfer request, with Manchester City reportedly the frontrunners for his signature.

As with Sunday's coronavirus testing for members of Koeman's first-team squad, Messi did not attend because he believes a clause in his contract allowing him to leave on a free transfer is now active, meaning he is no longer a Barcelona player.

It comes after Barca were dethroned by bitter rivals Real Madrid in LaLiga and humiliated 8-2 by Bayern Munich in the Champions League quarter-finals in 2019-20.

Netherlands international De Jong, who endured a difficult first season in Spain, told NOS: "Currently it's a mess at Barcelona, so many strange things happening. It's chaos.

"I haven't talked to him [Messi] about this myself. Nor the club. So I honestly do not know how it is. 

"But if Messi really leaves, it will be a huge blow to the team and the club. 

"When I come back after these international matches, I will see what has happened at the club."

Messi has called Barca home since 2001, emerging from the club's famed youth system in 2004.

Since making his debut 16 years ago, Messi has won a club-record 33 trophies – including 10 LaLiga titles and four Champions League crowns.

Messi – linked to Paris Saint-Germain, Juventus and Inter – also holds the records for most goals scored for LaLiga giants Barca.

De Jong added to Fox Sports: "I hope that Messi is still there when I get back, but that is not something that is up to me. He's still in the group chat.

"I'm not anyone to talk about it with him, I'm sure he has many people around him doing that these days."

Presidential candidate Victor Font fears it is too late to keep Lionel Messi at Barcelona and says it is vital the captain leaves on amicable terms in the hope he may return in some capacity.

Messi dropped a bombshell last week by telling Barca he wants to leave the Catalan giants.

The mercurial forward believes a clause in his contract allowing him to leave on a free transfer has been activated, though the club and LaLiga say his €700million release clause remains the only valid way to terminate his deal, which runs until next June.

Long-serving Argentina international Messi has failed to report for pre-season training this week and Manchester City are the favourites to sign him.

Font last week stated that the only way the six-time Ballon d'Or winner might remain at Camp Nou is if president Josep Maria Bartomeu, the man he hopes to replace, resigns.

He now feels too much water has gone under the bridge to avoid losing Messi.

Asked if it is too late for Messi to change his mind, Font told Sky Sports: "That's the way it seems. This is the best football club in the world and we will do everything to ensure that the association with Messi stays."

When quizzed if he sees any way that Barca can convince him to perform an about-turn, he added: "That's the hope, right? Until it's over there is always hope. And therefore I really hope the decision can be changed.

"It doesn't seem likely, though, and therefore if that's the case, the focus should be on making the transition as smooth as possible. And the ties between Messi and Barcelona that go very deep, remain there, so we can ensure somehow, the relationship continues in the future."

He added: "Being the best player in the history of the sport carries a lot of weight. You see it with [Diego] Maradona, with Pele, with Johan Cruyff, these people carry a lot of value to the organisation they belong to.

"That's why we need to ensure that happens."

Inter sporting director Piero Ausilio says Barcelona made an approach for Lautaro Martinez but the striker is now "out of the market".

Martinez had been strongly linked with a move to Barca earlier in the year, particularly during the coronavirus-enforced hiatus.

Speculation was rife during that period, with media reports claiming Barca saw Martinez as a long-term replacement for Luis Suarez.

But such has been the in-house turbulence at Barca over the past couple months, especially after Lionel Messi asked to leave, links between the Catalans and Martinez have gone quiet.

Martinez had a release clause in his contract until July but following its expiration, Inter consider the Argentina international to be untransferable.

"There was an approach for the player from Barcelona, ​​but we never started a negotiation," Ausilio told Sky Sport Italia.

"There was a clause that was never triggered and from the day it expired we considered Lautaro out of the market."

But that is not to say Inter will not be doing any business with Barca.

The Serie A side have been linked with Arturo Vidal as Barca hold something of a fire sale, and Ausilio says the midfielder is an option for Inter if the price is right.

"We like Arturo Vidal for sure but he's a Barcelona player right now," he said. "If they'll let him go under the right conditions, we'll consider signing him."

Lionel Messi will not be joining Inter as the Serie A side's financial situation means they must sell before they can buy, according to sporting director Piero Ausilio.

Messi rocked Barcelona last week when he informed them of his desire to leave the club, with his contract containing a clause that would have allowed him to end his stay at the conclusion of the 2019-20 season.

While that clause is said to have expired at the end of May, Messi is adamant it is still valid because the season was extended due to the coronavirus pandemic.

Speculation has run wild about his next move ever since the news came to light and most agreed the likeliest destinations were Manchester City, Paris Saint-Germain and Inter, who had been tentatively linked with Messi in previous months.

But Ausilio seems adamant that Inter are simply not in a strong enough position financially to be able to pull off such a deal.

"There is nothing between Messi and Inter," he told Sky Sport Italia. "I don't know where these thoughts came from.

"There is no team that does not want such a player, but the reality is different. Ours is that of a careful and prudent market, focusing above all on sales.

"We know what we have to do and, through the exits, we will have to be able to finance the income to improve the team.

"At the international level, I don't see big movements. We know our possibilities and we don't have to specify our strategies every day.

"We want to improve our team, but we know our difficulties. To date we have limited resources that we can only improve through the market."

To that end, Inter apparently had to admit defeat in their pursuit of sought-after Brescia midfield Sandro Tonali, who appears destined for bitter rivals Milan in a deal which could be worth €30million.

"I can't say I had Tonali in my hands as I've never started a real negotiation with Brescia," Ausilio added. "Tonali is a good player, but at the moment Inter are unable to make an investment of that type and have not considered the player as a priority.

"I repeat that we must first think about thinning [the squad] and then buying."

But negotiations with Roma and Aleksandar Kolarov are progressing and Ausilio seemed optimistic an agreement could be found for the 34-year-old wing-back.

"For Kolarov, on the other hand, there is a negotiation with Roma and with the player," he confirmed.

"We are carrying out the situation in a clear and transparent way. There are still several things to solve, but he is a player that we are interested in and that we can take under certain conditions."

Ivan Rakitic has rejoined Sevilla from Barcelona after six years at Camp Nou.

The Croatia midfielder has signed a four-year deal with Julen Lopetegui's side.

Barca will receive €1.5million up front for the player, with up to another €9m due in performance-related variables.

New Barca head coach Ronald Koeman is said to have made it clear to Rakitic, who made 42 appearances in all competitions last season, that he would not be in his plans for 2020-21.

Negotiations stepped up on Monday, with Rakitic undergoing a medical after a fee was agreed between the clubs.

Rakitic was a fan favourite at Sevilla and captained them to Europa League glory in 2013-14 before signing for Barcelona.

His first season at the club was a resounding success, the Catalans winning the treble under Luis Enrique, with Rakitic scoring the opening goal in the 3-1 Champions League final win over Juventus.

In total, Rakitic won 13 trophies with Barca, including four LaLiga titles and four Copas del Rey, and he was reportedly the subject of a €90m bid from Paris Saint-Germain in 2018.

However, his position in the first team has come under scrutiny over the past two seasons.

The 32-year-old became the target of criticism from a particular section of the fanbase as results and performances began to dip during the latter part of Ernesto Valverde's time in charge.

Rakitic always maintained he did not want to leave the club despite speculation Barca were keen to offload him, possibly in part-exchange offers for Neymar or Lautaro Martinez, and his frustrations boiled over in April when he told Mundo Deportivo: "I understand the situation but I am not a sack of potatoes to do whatever you want with."

Rakitic's wife Raquel Mauri and her family are from Andalusia and the player has previously admitted he would like to move back to the region and play for Sevilla once his time at Barca came to an end.

In December last year, he told El Desmarque: "If the time was right then we all know that I'd be delighted to pursue this as I've always stated that if I was to return to one of my previous clubs then it would be Sevilla.

"I'm really happy to see the team do so well and they seem to be getting better each year and that's something that greatly pleases me. My dream would be to wear the Sevilla shirt again at some point in the future."

Eric Garcia feels it is natural Manchester City would want to sign Lionel Messi after the Barcelona superstar handed in a transfer request.

Messi stunned the football world last week by notifying Barca of his intention to invoke a clause in his contract he believes allows him to walk away for free before the final season of a deal that expires in 2021-22.

This is a version of events Barcelona dispute, along with LaLiga – which issued a statement over the weekend to outline their stance that the €700million release clause in Messi's current terms remains valid.

The 33-year-old did not attend coronavirus testing with the Barca squad on Sunday or Ronald Koeman's first training session as head coach on Monday, with further developments in the saga expected over the course of this week.

Speaking at a news conference to preview Thursday's Nations League showdown with Germany, following his first senior call-up by Spain, ex-Barca youth product Garcia tried his best not to be drawn on the matter.

"At City we have not talked about Messi coming , but everyone would like to have Messi in their team," he said.

"On the Messi issue, it's something between clubs that I can't get into.

"I am going to avoid the question if he would be a good signing for City because he is a Barca player and not I'm going to comment on it. "

Garcia occupies an intriguing place within the ongoing Messi speculation, given he rejected a contact extension at the Etihad Stadium last season, amid reports Barcelona were keen on taking the 19-year-old back to Camp Nou.

As such, he has been touted as a potential makeweight option in the event of the two clubs hammering out a financial package to take Messi to Manchester.

But Garcia insists, despite his refusal to pen a new deal, he sees him immediate future in the Premier League.

"It is true that I told the club that I would not renew the contract next year, but I have one more year of contract and I am focused on being there this season, when I return from the national team," he added.

"I try to avoid everything. My goal is to train and play and show in Manchester and here that the coach can count on me.

"The off-field thing, I can't control it and that's why I don't take notice of it."

Ivan Rakitic has rejoined Sevilla from Barcelona after six years at Camp Nou.

The Croatia midfielder has signed a four-year deal with Julen Lopetegui's side.

According to Sport, Barca will receive a maximum fee of €8m for the player depending, on whether Sevilla qualify for the Europa League or Champions League over the next two seasons.

Lionel Messi is already mentally out of the door at Barcelona and is sure to continue his career elsewhere, believes Jorge Valdano.

Six-time Ballon d'Or winner Messi did not take part in Barca's first day of pre-season training under Ronald Koeman on Monday, having informed the club of his desire to leave.

The Argentina international believes a clause in his contract allowing him to leave on a free transfer has been activated, though the club and LaLiga are of the opinion his €700million release clause remains the only valid way to terminate his deal, which runs until next June.

Manchester City are thought to be leading the race to sign Messi, with Paris Saint-Germain and Inter also credited with significant interest.

Former Real Madrid forward, head coach and director general Valdano, who began his playing career at Messi's boyhood club Newell's Old Boys and won the 1986 World Cup with Argentina, is confident the 33-year-old's future lies away from Camp Nou.

"Either he goes to another club or to his home, but he has already left Barcelona. I am totally convinced. I have no doubt," he said on Onda Cero show El Transistor.

"The sooner Barcelona realise they are going to lose the best player in their history, the sooner they can focus on rebuilding."

It has been suggested Messi could perform a U-turn on his decision to leave Barca, as he did after announcing his international retirement in the wake of Argentina losing the Copa America Centenario final to Chile in 2016.

"They are completely different situations because there is no contract or anything similar when Leo left the Albiceleste and returned," Valdano said.

"There are no personal problems. I don't know how far this period is going to go, which is toxic for the club, player and LaLiga.

"[Barca president Josep Maria] Bartomeu must think that when Messi leaves, he should go too… but prolonging this seems to me to be harmful to Barca."

With Donny van de Beek set to arrive, are Manchester United targeting another new signing?

RB Leipzig defender and France international Dayot Upamecano is reportedly high on Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's list as the United manager eyes a partner for captain Harry Maguire.

It could be a busy transfer window for United.



Manchester United are targeting RB Leipzig centre-back Dayot Upamecano, according to ESPN.

United are poised to complete the signing of star Ajax midfielder Donny van de Beek and the Red Devils are now eyeing further recruits.

While United continue to pursue Borussia Dortmund's Jadon Sancho, the Premier League giants have made French defender Upamecano – who signed a new deal until 2023 – a top transfer target. Upamecano has also been linked to the likes of Bayern Munich and Arsenal.



Lionel Messi wants to leave Barcelona but his possible move to Manchester City could prove difficult. Tuesday's Mundo Deportivo claims City will abandon their bid to bring Messi to Manchester if they are forced to pay a transfer fee for the six-time Ballon d'Or winner. Messi feels he is a free agent following the 2019-20 season.

- Fabrizio Romano reports United expect to receive a bid from Roma for defender Chris Smalling, who spent the 2019-20 season on loan in the Italian capital. It comes as the Red Devils eye a new centre-back.

- Sky Sport reports Milan are set to complete a one-year loan deal for Real Madrid's Brahim Diaz. The 21-year-old Spaniard has struggled for game time since arriving in 2019. Le10 Sport, meanwhile, says Milan are very interested in Lille midfielder Boubakary Soumare, who has been previously linked to the likes of United, Arsenal, Liverpool and Madrid.

James Rodriguez is on the cusp of leaving Madrid for Carlo Ancelotti's Everton, according to Romano.

- Calciomercato claims Juventus forward Gonzalo Higuain is in advanced talks to join former team-mate Blaise Matuidi at David Beckham's Inter Miami in MLS.

Arturo Vidal wants to terminate his Barca contract, says Sky Sport Italia. Gianluca Di Marzio also reports Inter are already in talks about signing the former Juve midfielder.

- France Football says Napoli defender Kalidou Koulibaly has agreed personal terms with City amid interest from United and PSG.

LA Galaxy head coach Guillermo Barros Schelotto said he would love to see Lionel Messi play in MLS as the Barcelona superstar reportedly eyes a move to Manchester City.

Messi did not feature in Barca's first day of pre-season training under new boss Ronald Koeman on Monday after the six-time Ballon d'Or winner handed in a transfer request.

As with Sunday's coronavirus testing for members of Koeman's first-team squad, Messi did not attend because he believes a clause in his contract allowing him to leave on a free transfer is now active, meaning he is no longer a Barcelona player.

Pep Guardiola's City are believed to be the frontrunners to sign Messi and the Premier League giants have reportedly offered a long-term contract that would end with the 33-year-old playing for sister club New York City in MLS.

Schelotto, whose Galaxy were previously linked with a move for Messi, was asked about the Argentina skipper possibly moving to the United States.

"I was shocked when I heard about Messi's decision about abandoning FC Barcelona because we all thought he was going to retire there," fellow Argentinian Schelotto told reporters.

"But he must have his reasons and as a fellow Argentine I wish him the best always and I hope he comes to the MLS, it would be great."

Messi has called Barca home since 2001, emerging from the club's famed youth system in 2004.

Since making his debut 16 years ago, Messi has won a club-record 33 trophies – including 10 LaLiga titles and four Champions League crowns.

Messi – linked to Paris Saint-Germain, Juventus and Inter – also holds the records for most goals scored for LaLiga giants Barca.

Real Madrid's defence of their LaLiga title will be delayed slightly, but they will not have to wait long to face their Clasico rivals.

Los Blancos dethroned Barcelona to win LaLiga following the resumption of the 2019-20 season after the coronavirus-enforced hiatus.

Because of their involvement in the Champions League in August, Madrid's fixture with Getafe - scheduled for matchday one - will not take place until an appropriate date in February or March.

Zinedine Zidane's men will instead travel to Real Sociedad for a tricky opening clash, with the first Clasico coming just over a month later at Camp Nou as Madrid are provided with an early opportunity to steal a march in the title race.

The return fixture between Madrid and Ronald Koeman's Barca is scheduled for April 11 and could potentially be decisive in the fight for the championship.

Real Madrid's fixtures in full:

September 20 - Real Sociedad v Real Madrid
September 27 - Real Betis v Real Madrid
September 30 - Real Madrid v Real Valladolid
October 4 - Levante v Real Madrid
October 18 - Real Madrid v Cadiz
October 25 - Barcelona v Real Madrid
November 1 - Real Madrid v Huesca
November 8 - Valencia v Real Madrid
November 22 - Villarreal v Real Madrid
November 29 - Real Madrid v Deportivo Alaves
December 6 - Sevilla v Real Madrid
December 13 - Real Madrid v Atletico Madrid
December 20 - Eibar v Real Madrid
December 23 - Real Madrid v Granada
December 30 - Elche v Real Madrid
January 3 - Real Madrid v Celta Vigo
January 10 - Osasuna v Real Madrid
January 20 - Real Madrid v Athletic Bilbao
January 24 - Deportivo Alaves v Real Madrid
January 31 - Real Madrid v Levante
February 7 - Huesca v Real Madrid
February 14 - Real Madrid v Valencia
February 21 - Real Valladolid v Real Madrid
February 28 - Real Madrid v Real Sociedad
March 7 - Atletico Madrid v Real Madrid
March 14 - Real Madrid v Elche
March 21 - Celta Vigo v Real Madrid
April 4 - Real Madrid v Eibar
April 11 - Real Madrid v Barcelona
April 21 - Cadiz v Real Madrid
April 25 - Real Madrid v Real Betis
April 28 - Getafe v Real Madrid
May 2 - Real Madrid v Osasuna
May 9 - Real Madrid v Sevilla
May 12 - Granada v Real Madrid
May 16 - Atletic Bilbao v Real Madrid
May 23 - Real Madrid v Villarreal
TBC - Real Madrid v Getafe 

Lionel Messi did not take part in Barcelona's first day of pre-season training under Ronald Koeman as the six-time Ballon d'Or winner continues to angle for a move away from Camp Nou.

Messi stunned the footballing world by informing Barca of his intention to leave last week via an already infamous burofax.

As with Sunday's coronavirus testing for members of Koeman's first-team squad, Messi did not attend because he believes a clause in his contract allowing him to leave on a free transfer is now active, meaning he is no longer a Barcelona player.

This is a version of events disputed by both the club and LaLiga, which issued a statement on Sunday to underline its stance that Messi's huge €700million release clause remains valid within a contract that expires next June.

Manchester City and Messi's former coach Pep Guardiola have been widely touted as the frontrunners for the wantaway star, with further developments expected over the course of the coming week.

Koeman is reported to have indicated to Luis Suarez and Arturo Vidal that their futures lie elsewhere, but they both trained among a 19-man group, with a host of senior players away on international duty.

Ivan Rakitic was given permission to miss training as he closes in on a return to Europa League winners Sevilla.

LaLiga announced its fixture schedule for 2020-21 on Monday, with Barcelona given the first two matchweeks off due to their European commitments earlier this month before starting against Villarreal at Camp Nou on September 27.

Ronald Koeman learned how his first campaign at the helm of Barcelona will run on Monday, when LaLiga announced its schedule for 2020-21.

The first Clasico of the season takes place at Camp Nou on October 25, with the return clash against bitter rivals Real Madrid in April.

What shape Koeman's Barca are in by the time of the initial encounter is anyone's guess as the Dutchman picks through the rubble of an 8-2 Champions League quarter-final defeat to Bayern Munich that saw his predecessor Quique Setien sacked and contributed to Lionel Messi's transfer request bombshell.

If Barcelona regain the title from Madrid from this point, it would be a considerable achievement. Here is how they must go about it.

 #ElClásico in @LaLigaEN!

 Matchday 7
 Barça - Madrid. Camp Nou

 Matchday 30
 Madrid - Barça. Santiago Bernabéu

— FC Barcelona (@FCBarcelona) August 31, 2020 September 27 – Barcelona v Villarreal
September 30 – Celta Vigo v Barcelona
October 4 – Barcelona v Sevilla
October 18 – Getafe v Barcelona
October 25 – Barcelona v Real Madrid
November 1 – Deportivo Alaves v Barcelona
November 8 – Barcelona v Real Betis
November 22 – Atletico Madrid v Barcelona
November 29 – Barcelona v Osasuna
December 6 – Cadiz v Barcelona
December 13 – Barcelona v Levante
December 20 – Barcelona v Valencia
December 23 – Real Valladolid v Barcelona
December 30 – Barcelona v Eibar
January 3 – Huesca v Barcelona
January 5 – Athletic Bilbao v Barcelona
January 10 – Granada v Barcelona
January 20 – Barcelona v Real Sociedad
January 24 – Elche v Barcelona
January 31 – Barcelona v Athletic Bilbao
February 7 – Real Betis v Barcelona
February 14 – Barcelona v Deportivo Alaves
February 21 – Barcelona v Cadiz
February 28 – Sevilla v Barcelona
March 7 – Osasuna v Barcelona
March 14 – Barcelona v Huesca
March 21 – Real Sociedad v Barcelona
April 4 – Barcelona v Real Valladolid
April 11 – Real Madrid v Barcelona
April 21 – Barcelona v Getafe
April 25 – Villarreal v Barcelona
April 28 – Barcelona v Granada
May 2 – Valencia v Barcelona
May 9 – Barcelona v Atletico Madrid
May 12 – Levante v Barcelona
May 16 – Barcelona v Celta Vigo
May 23 – Eibar v Barcelona
TBC – Barcelona v Elche

Barcelona will host Real Madrid in the first the first Clasico of 2020-21 on October 25 after LaLiga announced its fixture schedule for the forthcoming season.

The return between the two great rivals comes next April 11 on matchday 30, when fans could be back at the Santiago Bernabeu with the title on the line.

Atletico Madrid will welcome Barca – who have endured a tempestuous start to Ronaldo Koeman's reign as head coach due to Lionel Messi's transfer request and subsequent no-show for pre-season preparations – to the Wanda Metropolitano on November 22, a month before the first Madrid derby of the season across town on December 13.

Ateti's home derby comes on March 7, while they face Barca at Camp Nou on May 9 – the 35th matchweek.

Along with Getafe and Europa League winners Sevilla, LaLiga's big three will contribute to a staggered start to the campaign on account of their European involvement.

All five will sit out the opening weekend of September 12-13, with Atletico's scheduled home-match against Sevilla to take place in January 12.

Real Madrid versus Getafe and Barcelona versus promotion play-off winners Elche, also part of the listed matchweek one schedule, will take place on suitable European competition dates in February and March next year.

Madrid then get under way the following weekend at Real Sociedad, who will hope to have new marquee signing David Silva fit and available after the former Manchester City playmaker tested positive for COVID-19 on Tuesday.

Sevilla, Barca and Atleti, owing to their somewhat contrasting experiences in the final stages of UEFA tournaments this month, will not begin LaLiga action until September 27, with Koeman's side at home to Villarreal, Diego Simeone's men hosting Granada and Sevilla travelling to newly promoted Cadiz.

Segunda Division champions Huesca are away to Villarreal on the opening weekend, with Cadiz welcoming Osasuna.


Deportivo Alaves v Real Betis
Atletico Madrid v Sevilla (rescheduled for January 12, 2021)
Barcelona v Elche (rescheduled for February/March 2021 on European competition dates)
Eibar v Celta Vigo
Cadiz v Osasuna
Granada v Athletic Bilbao
Real Madrid v Getafe (rescheduled for February/March 2021 on European competition dates)
Valencia v Levante
Real Valladolid v Real Sociedad
Villarreal v Huesca

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