The debate regarding who should be crowned as FIFA Ballon d'Or winner continue to rise as aside stepping aside another rivalry from Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi, many are suggesting that one of German national team players should earn it.
The future of Lionel Messi at Barcelona starting to get blurry after recent statement from the Argentinian which seemingly suggesting that his open for a move away from Camp Nou.
However, that situation was played down by El Barca's head coach, Luis Enrique who stated on his latest interview that Messi is very happy at Barca and doesn't seem to have any intention of leaving the club.
Real Madrid are flying high at the moment as they continue to pick up positive results on their matches, but there's a slight concern arriving for them in upcoming weeks as they will be without their star midfielder, Luka Modric.
Spain are gearing up for another Euro 2016 qualifier as they set to battle Belarus this weekend and although it looks like a match they can win on paper, La Furia Roja's attacker, Pedro Rodriguez believes it won't be an easy game.
Arriving from Liverpool as the European top goal scorer, Luis Suarez are being expected to achieve similar things at Barcelona, but after finally getting his playing time after recent FIFA ban, the Uruguayan international is yet to score.
The competitive battle between Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi is obviously something that's been highlighting the current football ear as those who have been such dominant figure in the past few years.
Failing to showcase any success with Manchester United, David Moyes earned another shot in proving his capacity as tactician as he has been confirmed to become the new head coach of Spanish La Liga outfit, Real Sociedad until June 2016.
Valencia moving their way up into the second place seat in Spanish La Liga standings after defeating Villarreal on Sunday.
Playing away from home didn't stop Valencia from taking an attacking approach as their effort was rewarded with an own goal from Manuel Trigueros after just six minutes.
Atletico Madrid keeping their run of good form going as they grabbed an important home win over Cordoba on Saturday.
Eager to get themselves back into the top half or La Liga standings, Atletico were putting on an attacking approach on their weekend fixture.
Real Madrid temporarily moving their way up into the top seat of Spanish La Liga standings after grabbing a comfortable away win over Granada on Saturday.
Playing with a high confidence, Madrid immediately got themselves going when Cristiano Ronaldo puts them in front after just two minutes of play.
Barcelona's reign at the top of Spanish La Liga standings ended this weekend as they suffered a shock home defeat from Celta Vigo.
Keen on redeeming themselves from last weekend's league defeat from Real Madrid, El Barca immediately put on an attacking effort.
Real Madrid are on a high at the moment after grabbing several positive results, especially last weekend's victory over their arch rival Barcelona in the El Classico. That situation gave plenty confidence for Los Blancos ahead of their upcoming league fixture against Granada.