MADRID (AP) — Substitute David Alaba needed one touch to help Real Madrid rally to victory in its Spanish league opener on Sunday. Alaba came off the bench and immediately scored from a 75th-minute free kick to give defending champion Madrid a 2-1 come-from-behind win at promoted Almería. Alaba sprinted from the bench and went straight to the free kick spot, then curled a well-struck shot that went over the wall and hit the post before going in. Almería, the Saudi-owned club promoted after seven
The Swiss captain and midfielder Remo Freuler is Nottingham Forest’s 15th summer signing while Everton have rejected Chelsea’s £40m bid for Anthony Gordon
Lucas Vazquez and David Alaba were on target as Real Madrid overcame Almeria, who took an early lead through Largie Ramazani.
The Toffees are understood to be hopeful of pushing for £50million to allow Gordon to leave Goodison Park.