The most recent La Liga fantasy soccer news from RotoWire.
Fantasy AnalysisNavas helped Real Madrid win the Champions League on Saturday, but he is apparently still bothered by the injury and could undergo a procedure to address the issue. Danny Carvajal of Deportivo Saprissa will replace Navas on the Costa Rica squad.
Fantasy AnalysisThe fullback was a constant presence in the attacking third for all 120 minutes, and he stepped up to bury a penalty as Los Blancos won with a brilliant shootout performance. Marcelo, who had another fine season, is set to remain at the club for four more years and will be one of the first names on the team sheet in 2016/17. His involvement with the Brazilian national team this summer could delay his return a bit at club level, however.
Fantasy AnalysisFrance's defensive injury woes continue after Kurt Zouma and Raphael Varane have already been ruled out with injuries and Mamadou Sakho will not be called up because of his doping issues. Olympique Lyon's Samuel Umtiti has been called up to replace Mathieu in the team.
Fantasy AnalysisAfter further tests on Monday, Carvajal has been diagnosed with grade 2 tear of hip flexor muscles which would require four-to-eight weeks recovery period. While further assessment on the recovery is still to be made by Real Madrid medical staff, it is believed he will not make Spain's final 23-man squad for the Euros, with Hector Bellerin taking his spot.
Fantasy AnalysisKoke will finish the season with five goals and 14 assists in 35 La Liga appearances (34 starts).
Fantasy AnalysisSaul will finish the season with four goals and two assists in 31 La Liga appearances (26 starts) and a total of nine goals and four assists in 46 appearances across all competitions.
Fantasy AnalysisGriezmann will finish his season with 22 goals and five assists in 38 La Liga appearances (36 starts) and a total of 32 goals and six assists in 54 appearances across all competitions.
Fantasy AnalysisFerreira-Carrasco will finish the season with four goals, one assist and five yellow cards in 29 La Liga appearances (16 starts).
Fantasy AnalysisJuanfran will finish the season with one goal, one assist, 23 clean sheets and six yellow cards in 35 La Liga appearance (34 starts).
Fantasy AnalysisOblak had a great game holding the Real's high-octane offense to just one goal in 120 minutes of play, nevertheless he was helpless in all five occasions from the spot during the shoot-outs and couldn't help his team lift the coveted Champions League trophy. The keeper will finish the season with the mind-boggling 24 clean sheets and 81 saves in 38 La Liga games and a total of 32 clean sheets and 122 saves in 51 games across all competitions.