The Spanish Fernando Llorente, forward of the Italian Udinese, considered this Thursday in an interview with EFE that " we must never consider Barça and Real Madrid dead " and that the fight with Atlético Madrid to win the Spanish League will be exciting until final.
"La Liga is interesting, Atlético Madrid has played in the last games and everything has gotten much closer. I thought that Atlético Madrid was a clear favorite to win the League, a few months ago , because the difference was much wider. , but in Spain you can never consider Barça or Madrid for dead , "said Llorente.
No matter how bad people talk about them, no matter how bad they are, they always end up waking up and fighting for everything. It will be nice to follow what happens until the end, " added the Navarrese striker.
Atlético Madrid leads the League with four points ahead of Barcelona , second, and six points over Real Madrid, third-placed, with eleven games to go.
Llorente, who won the 2010 World Cup and the 2012 European Championship with Spain, was convinced that the national team is "in good hands" with Luis Enrique Martínez and that it can do "great things" in the future, with three months to go. the June Eurocup.
In the fight for the Champions League, the Udinese striker sees the English teams as very competitive, as well as Bayern Munich.
" I see a 'Champions' in which anything can happen, Bayern is the champion of last edition and has always shown that it is very strong and will be one of the best rivals, but City is very, very strong this year , with a lot of difference in the championship, "he said.
And we must not forget Liverpool, I think it will be very hard too.
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