English Premier League side Chelsea and French Ligue 1 heavyweights Paris Saint-Germain have both continued their tug of war as they both continue their chase for Inter Milan defender Achraf Hakimi. The two clubs are the only two sides battling for the defender’s signature and while it has been an interesting race so far, it still appears that there is no winner in the deal yet.
Hakimi is currently a hot cake and is regarded as one of the best players available for a summer transfer, which explains why both PSG and Chelsea have declared that they are not ready or willing to let their guards down anytime soon. After the remarkable season he had the last term it is no surprise that he will be a great addition to any team he joins this summer and with the window already open for business, it is only normal for interested parties to start submitting bids to Inter Milan to acquire the player’s services – exactly what the two clubs have been doing. Continue reading “CHELSEA AND PSG CONTINUE THEIR BATTLE TO SIGN HAKIMI”→
English Premier League giants Manchester United have shown that they are very much interested in signing Atlético Madrid defender Kieran Trippier in this summer’s transfer window. The Red Devils are in the market for a new right-back who will serve as a major challenger for the position with Aaron Wan-Bissaka. Wan-Bissaka is currently the club’s best option for the right-back role and Olé Gunnar Solksjær believes that in order for the team to continue their quest in challenging the league’s top teams, they have to bolster the squad.
The Norwegian manager is interested in having serious competition for places in his squad and has made it clear that he wants to have at least two very good players for one position. Solksjær has admitted on several occasions that he usually has a selection headache whenever he wants to choose who will start in goal for the club between David De Gea and Dean Henderson. He says he loves that kind of competition as it is very healthy and proves that the squad is filled with quality. Continue reading “MANCHESTER UNITED’S TRIPPIER CHASE TAKES NEW TWIST”→
Everton manager Carlo Ancelotti has continued to eye several targets he wants to sign for the club and his search has taken him to a direct rival club, Tottenham Hotspur. According to several reports from multiple sources, the Italian manager is interested in signing Gareth Bale from Spurs this summer, amid reports that the Wales international winger may not be making his switch to Tottenham permanent.
Bale joined Spurs from Real Madrid last summer on a season-long loan with an option to buy, but it continues to look highly unlikely that the London club will exercise the purchase option at the end of the season. Mourinho was the manager who engineered the winger’s transfer to the Tottenham Hotspur stadium in the summer as he looked to add some more firepower to an attack that already had Harry Kane and Heung-Min Son in it. Continue reading “ANCELOTTI PLANNING TO SIGN BALE FOR EVERTON”→
Derby County boss and Manchester United legend Wayne Rooney has had his say on the latest debate of whether Manchester City star Sergio Aguero is the greatest foreign striker to feature in the Premier League.
The debate on Aguero being the greatest foreign striker in the Premier League was heightened earlier this week after Manchester City announced that long serving striker Aguero will leave the club at the end of his contract this summer. To this effect, Aguero would be a free agent in the coming weeks. Continue reading “ROONEY NAMES BEST FOREIGN STRIKER”→
Arsenal pulled off one of the major transfer businesses of the summer after they confirmed they have agreed a deal with Spanish La Liga giants Real Madrid for the loan transfer of brilliant young midfielder Martin Odegaard till the end of the season. That piece of announcement sent Arsenal fans wild and also further explained the Gunners’ new transfer policy of recruiting young talents who have full interest in playing for the club.
Odegaard left Real Madrid for yet another season after spending the entirety of last campaign at Real Sociedad where he played some beautiful football that earned him some transfer interests from top European clubs. He was a baller at Sociedad and sparked a lot of debate among Real Madrid fans who questioned Zinedine Zidane’s insistence if not playing the Norwegian midfielder for the Los Blancos. Continue reading “WILL MARTIN ODEGAARD SIGN FOR ARSENAL PERMANENTLY?”→
Dean Smith and his Aston Villa side will be waiting for the arrival of Southampton at the Villa Park and will be doing so in eagerness as they hope to clinch victory in their most recent fixture against the Saints. Aston Villa will also be looking to do well enough to avoid defeat against a side with whom they are fighting for European places.
Young Aston Villa goalkeeper AkosOnodi has been earning rave reviews on the back of his excellent performance in goal during the FA Cup clash with Liverpool on Friday night. Aston Villa were hamstrung as they had to field youth players for their FA Cup third round tie with Liverpool after Coronavirus broke out amongst the first team squad members. AkosOnodi was one of the young Villa players who took his opportunity to shine very well.
He conceded four goals in a 4-1 defeat suffered by Aston Villa at the hands of the Reds but it could have been more if not for his heroics if not for the 19-year-old shot stopper. Liverpool scored the opening goal as early as the fourth minute before the youthful Aston Villa side stunned the Premier League champions with the equaliserfive minutes from the half-time break. Liverpool then scored three goals in five second half minutes through GeorginioWijnaldum, Sadio Mane and Mohamed Salah to win the game comprehensively and progress into the fourth round. Continue reading “THINGS TO KNOW ABOUT ONODI”→
Football transfers expert Fabrizio Romano has revealed that Arsenal are expected to return with a bid for French midfielder HoussemAouar when the transfer window opens in January. Before the closure of last summer’s transfer window, Arsenal made several attempts to sign the midfielder but there was no success.
Due to the failure to arrive at an agreement with French club Lyon for the transfer of the player last summer, the Gunners opted to go for a more feasible option in Thomas Partey. The former Atletico Madrid man left the Spanish club to join Arsenal on deadline day and is still trying to find his feet in the Premier League. Continue reading “ARSENAL WILL BE BACK FOR AOUAR IN JANUARY – ROMANO”→
Former Celtic star Chris Sutton has said that he has been surprised by the club’s pursuit of Shane Duffy this summer. The Republic of Ireland international has been a key player for Brighton & Hove Albion since their promotion to the top-flight, but he is free to leave them on loan this summer as he does not have the guarantee of regular game time.
He was initially fancied to make the switch to either West Ham United or Newcastle United, but over the past few weeks, the Hoops have jumped ahead of the duo to land his signature. The Scottish champions appear on the cusp of announcing his arrival and Sutton believes his former club could make a statement by bringing him. Continue reading “Chris Sutton impressed with Celtic’s pursuit of Shane Duffy”→
Mexico football coach Gerardo Martino has recently said that Wolves striker Raul Jimenez should be the target of Manchester United. Wolves manager Nuno Espirito Santo isn’t worried about the interest of United on his player. Since his arrival from Benfica in 2018,he has become the star player in Wolves. He has scored 17 goals in the initial season for the club as he signed the contract with the club making his loan to a permanent deal.
In the current season, he has scored 24 goals for the club across all competitions helping them secure the sixth position on the table and to lead them to last 16 of Europa League. His performance at the club has led to havinghis interests from the top clubs of Europe with Manchester United and Juventus stands out in this speculation. Continue reading “Nuno Not Distracted ByMartino’s Comment On Jimenez”→