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Hello Madridistas!

The Sport360 team is here bringing you up to date with the latest Real Madrid news on Friday, which is transfer deadline day in La Liga.

It was a busy Thursday night for the Spanish giants – and a successful one. Los Blancos scooped several big UEFA awards ahead of the Champions League draw in Monaco.

As ever, get in touch with us throughout the day via Twitter and Facebook.

5pm – Reaction to UEFA awards

4pm – Mariano unveiled at Bernabeu

Real’s new signing is being paraded today at the Bernabeu.

Read more, here.

3pm – Lopetegui in no mood to discuss Ronaldo

Real have made a bright start in La Liga under Lopetegui.

Real have made a bright start in La Liga under Lopetegui.

Real Madrid boss Julen Lopetegui refused to speak about Cristiano Ronaldo‘s absence from the UEFA Champions League gala awards in Monaco on Thursday night.

Read more, here.

1pm – Mariano trains with Madrid team-mates

The new signing has wasted little time getting in to the swing of things!

Real are revving up their preparations for Saturday’s home clash against Leganes…

12.10pm – Los Blancos didn’t try to sign Neymar

Neymar endured a disappointing World Cup.

That’s according to Ronaldo, the former Whites and Brazil great.

Read his thoughts on why Neymar to Real Madrid didn’t happen this summer.

11am – Cristiano made the right decision to leave Bernabeu

A new beginning: Cristiano Ronaldo.

A new beginning: Cristiano Ronaldo.

Cristiano Ronaldo was right to end his nine-season stay in the Spanish capital and move to Juventus, according to a former Real striker.

10am – Real legends past and present celebrate UEFA success

9.30am – Modric scoops big UEFA prize

Congratulations, @lukamodric10! Europe’s best in 2017/18… 🙌🏆

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Luka Modric pipped former Whites team-mate Cristiano Ronaldo to become the UEFA Men’s Player of the Year award winner in Monaco.

There were also further individual gongs for the Croatian as well as goalkeeper Keylor Navas and club captain Sergio Ramos.

Read more, here.

9am – Roma among Real’s Champions League opponents

In case you missed it, defending champions Los Blancos were drawn in Group G of this season’s Champions League draw.

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New signing Mariano Diaz unveiled at Real Madrid

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Back at home: Mariano Diaz.

Real Madrid unveiled new signing Mariano Diaz at the Bernabeu on Friday.

The 25-year-old, who left the Whites a year ago and joined Lyon in an €8 million deal, returned to Los Blancos on Thursday for a fee which almost trebled that.

The Spanish giants exercised a buy-back clause in their original agreement with the Ligue 1 side and club president Florentino Perez handed the Dominican Republic star the vacant No7 jersey.

It’s been a busy day for Mariano, who trained with his new and old team-mates for the first time on Friday morning at Valdebebas.

His arrival brings healthy competition to the forward line of Gareth Bale, Marco Asensio and Karim Benzema.

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Lopetegui refuses to talk about Ronaldo's absence from UEFA Champions League awards

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Real have made a bright start in La Liga under Lopetegui.

Real Madrid boss Julen Lopetegui refused to speak about Cristiano Ronaldo‘s absence from the UEFA Champions League gala awards in Monaco on Thursday night.

Addressing the media ahead of his side’s La Liga clash with Leganes at the Bernabeu this weekend, Lopetegui was in no mood to discuss why former Whites hero Ronaldo wasn’t in attendance at the Grimaldi Forum.

Following his exploits in helping Los Blancos win a third consecutive Champions League title last season, Ronaldo was named as the UEFA best forward although he lost out to former team-mate Luka Modric, who was crowned the 2017-18 UEFA Player of the Year.

Ronaldo was expected to be present at the awards bash on the French Riviera and reunite with Florentino Perez, as well as a host of other current and erstwhile Madrid stars. But, he didn’t turn up.

“I’m too lazy to talk about the gala, we’re worried about Saturday’s game, our focus is on Leganes,” Lopetegui told media in Madrid on Friday.

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