Athletic Bilbao president Josu Urrutia hopes goalkeeper Kepa Arrizabalaga will remain at the club beyond next summer despite reported interest from La Liga rivals Real Madrid. We continue to work so that the player puts his trust in us. Asked if Kepa had been given a deadline by Bilbao to accept a new contract, Urrutia said: "There's no specific date. We are not looking at dates, we just want to use all of our energy so that the outcome is a positive one for us.
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Real Madrid target Kepa Arrizabalaga urged to stay at Athletic Bilbao by club president
With Philippe Coutinho still struggling to adjust to life at Barcelona, compatriot Dani Alves feels says he needs to change his mentality if he wants to succeed. Barcelona vice president Jordi Mestre has challenged Real Madrid to help them grow the game domestically as the Catalans bid to become the first Spanish side to win the Women's Champions League on Saturday. Barca are underdogs for this weekend's final in Budapest against Lyon and Mestre believes an improved Spanish league will help clubs continue to compete in Europe. La Liga winners Atletico and runners-up Barca ended 21 points ahead of nearest challengers Levante this season. Bringing Madrid -- one of the few big European clubs still without a women's side -- on board would represent one way of improving the league, according to Mestre, who says a women's Clasico would boost the competition and help generate even more interest. A lot of games are on television now which weren't before.
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The derby was first played in April and has attracted the attention of local football fans ever since. These two organisations are the largest football clubs in the Basque Country  and have stayed in the top division of Spanish football for longer than most clubs, winning several trophies in the last hundred years. Both enjoyed a period of great success in the early s, winning four national titles in succession between them, whilst using only local players. Supporters of both teams traditionally mix in and around the stadiums on matchdays,      somewhat unusually for a local derby, and take part in organised accompanying events such as a 'kalijera' a supporters' parade from the city centre to the stadium   and the 'Bertso-derbia', a singing and poetry contest between the two groups in the style of the traditional Bertsolaritza. Real Sociedad has played in the second division for some short periods of its history 16 seasons, the longest spell being five years and for that reason the derby has not always been contested every season.