(Watch Video) Luis Suarez in tears after winning La Liga trophy for Atletico Madrid

Luis Suarez fired Atletico Madrid to the LaLiga title less than a year after being axed by Barcelona.

The Uruguayan scored the decisive goal as Diego Simeone’s men won 2-1 at Valladolid to be crowned champions.

Nearest rivals Real Madrid were the only team who could catch them going into the final day.

But Zinedine Zidane’s men failed to put up much of a fight until a dramatic late comeback at home to Europa League finalists Villarreal.

Yeremi Pino looked to have grabbed the only goal of the game but Karim Benzema grabbed an equaliser three minutes from time in what looks to be Zinedine Zidane’s final game in charge.

Luka Modric put Madrid 2-1 up in additional time but it was not enough for Los Blancos to prevent their neighbours from taking the crown.

Atletico were forced to come from behind themselves to earn a first championship for seven years and their 11th in total.

They trailed to Oscar Plano’s strike but turned the match around in what proved to be a dramatic second half through goals from Angel Correa and Suarez.

Los Colchoneros finished the campaign two points ahead of last year’s champions Real.

And it also ensured that Zidane’s men end a disappointing season without any silverware.

Man United in strong contention for Cristiano Ronaldo as Solskjaer decision is revealed

Manchester United are ready to snap up Cristiano Ronaldo from Juventus this summer, according to reports.

And should the Portuguese icon be available, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer ‘would not hesitate’ in sanctioning a move for his former team-mate.

Ronaldo, 36, is set to consider his options after Sunday’s Serie A final day, following a desperately disappointing season for the Old Lady.

Juve currently sit fifth in the table, trailing the Champions League places by a point.

But even if Andrea Pirlo’s side do clinch a top four berth, Ronaldo may opt to leave a year before his contract expires.

And according to The Athletic, Man United chiefs are ‘monitoring’ their former No7’s situation with increasing interest.

Solskjaer, 48, remains ‘in touch’ with Ronaldo, and even asked him for a character reference before signing Bruno Fernandes in January 2020.

Chelsea target Harry Kane drops strongest hint yet about his next club

Tottenham striker Harry Kane has hinted at the next club by saying that Kevin De Bruyne as the Premier League star he would most like to play with – amid rumours linking him with a move to Manchester City.

The league champions are joined by Chelsea and Manchester United in chasing down the 27-year-old after he told Tottenham he wanted to leave.

It is thought Kane would prefer a move to the Etihad and the opportunity to work with playmaker De Bruyne appears to be a tempting one.

During an episode of The Overlap, the striker was asked by Gary Neville who he dreams of playing in front of.

Kane didn’t hesitate and replied: “De Bruyne for sure.

“When I watch De Bruyne play… he’s a special, special player.

“And some of the balls I see him put in for City are just a striker’s dream if I’m honest.

“You see it year in year out, he’s an outstanding player.

“With the ball, off the ball, pressing. But his delivery is as good as I’ve ever seen.”

The England star is expected to cost north of £120m in terms of a transfer fee, despite his warning to chairman Daniel Levy that the club will never make as much money through a sale as they will now.

Man City youngster Phil Foden names Chelsea star as his toughest opponent, reveals why “he’s such a great player”

Phil Foden has named his toughest ever opponent – and he could come face-to-face with him in the Champions League final.

The 20-year-old has enjoyed a stunning season with Manchester City and is now one of the first names on Pep Guardiola’s team-sheet.

Foden has also forced his way into Gareth Southgate’s England squad and seems assured of being called up for Euro 2020 action.

City have romped to the Premier League title and Carabao Cup already this campaign and hope to end it with Champions League glory on Saturday 29 May.

But one man who could be lining up against them for Chelsea that night is N’Golo Kante.

And Foden has now revealed that the Frenchman is the hardest opposition player he has faced so far in his fledgling career.

He told Sky Sports: “He’s probably the most obvious one, but it’s Kante.

“He’s just everywhere. You think you’ve got away from him but he’s always just by your side.

“He does everything. He runs everywhere. He’s such a great player.

“I’d probably say he’s my toughest opponent I’ve played against.”

Solskjaer explains why “leader” Harry Maguire may not be available for Man United at Europa League final

Manchester United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has revealed the reason Harry Maguire may not be available for the Europa League final between the Red Devils and Villarreal next week, but will give his captain every chance to prove his fitness for the game in Gdansk.

Maguire, who damaged ankle ligaments against Aston Villa earlier this month, raised hopes over his availability when he was seen without crutches or a protective boot on Thursday night.

But Solskjaer dampened the optimism by admitting that the England defender is still a some way off being fit.

“He’s walking but it’s a long way from walking to running,” said the United boss.

“To be honest I don’t think we’ll see him in Gdansk, no, but I’m going to give him until Tuesday night and the last training session to be out there. Steadily but surely he’s improving – but ligaments take time to heal.”

Solskjaer would still expect Maguire to play a part in Poland, adding: “He’s a very important person in the dressing-room and a leader.

“Before fans came back in you heard him from the stands. He wants the team to do well, he’s organising from the stands. It’s easy because it’s been so quiet. He’ll make sure everyone’s ready for the final.”

Manchester United devise clever method to beat Chelsea, Manchester City to Harry Kane

A player-plus-cash deal could be Manchester United’s only way of signing Harry Kane, according to reports.

The Tottenham star, 27, has told the club that he wants a summer move to finally bag some major silverware.

Manchester City and Chelsea have been linked with a bid, along with United.

The Athletic report on enquiries for the striker landing from both Manchester clubs as they gauge the likelihood of a deal.

The Sun revealed this week that the neighbours are willing to put an £80million, five-year contract on the table if a bid is accepted.

Tottenham are said to have not completely dismissed selling Kane with a fee of £120million thought to be enough to secure his services.