The 2017-18 La Liga season has begun with some familiar elements thus far, such as the incredible skill of Lionel Messi and the fantastic defensive work-rate of Athletic Bilbao. We have Karim, but he's out.
'The end is the destination, not Barca, and I was delighted to be at Real Madrid and to defend this shirt'.
Asensio was linked to PSG, among other clubs, last month, but the attacker is happy at Madrid.
Los Blancos and manager Zinedine Zidane had a very quiet window by their lofty standards. He's an important player in the squad, he's a leader who always wants to win and that rubs off on the others.
"Favourites for the Champions League?" The 19-year-old joins from city rival Atletico Madrid, and will certainly benefit from working with Marcelo over the next few seasons.
For the Blaugrana, everything involving this summer came down to one man - Neymar.
Barcelona's pursuit of Liverpool star Philippe Coutinho ended up as the failure, as what seemed like a finished deal ultimately fell through.
The added talent will help, but the loss of Neymar will hurt the team's long-term quality.
"We're happy to have Cristiano back".
Speaking to Spanish radio ahead of the Champions League group stages, Asensio spoke of the praise he had received from Zidane.
With that being said, Neymar's exit will undermine Barcelona success this season.
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