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Topic - Florentino Pérez
After fulfilling his 12-year obsession of winning the Champions League, Real Madrid president Florentino Perez is already focused on winning the next one.
Accustomed to seeing some of the world's top players join their ranks, tens of thousands of Real Madrid fans turned out at the Santiago Bernabeu stadium on Monday to catch the first glimpse of Gareth Bale, the latest "galactico" to join the Spanish giants.
Rafa Benitez's interim stint in charge of Chelsea will end after a postseason tour of the United States, having secured qualification for the Champions League and won the Europa League last week.
The freed Chilean miners are being flooded with invitations to visit leading European and Latin American soccer teams, and even participate in the New York City Marathon.
Striker Raul Gonzalez has announced his exit from Real Madrid after 15 seasons with the Spanish soccer club.
Perez says this "is not so much a goodbye as a see you again _ this will always be your home."
"Real Madrid wants not only to invite them to whatever match they choose at the Santiago Bernabeu, but also to offer them a tribute, our affection and the recognition from our fans they deserve," Perez said. "For us it will be an honor to be able to receive them to celebrate their triumph of life."