Crisis relief in Manchester for CR7
Even if his statistical record is quite honorable (14 goals in 22 appearances in all competitions), Cristiano Ronaldo would not be frankly satisfied to have returned to Manchester United. The British tabloids have spoken of his moods, between annoyance at poor collective performance and disappointment with the tactics of the new coach, Ralf Rangnick. So much so that the Portuguese’s agent, the very influential Jorge Mendes, would have visited England as part of a crisis meeting with CR7, whose future could be written far from Manchester.
- Our opinion : A quick start after just one season would tarnish Ronaldo’s image.
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Vlahovic doesn’t want Arsenal
Apparently Dusan Vlahovic, the 21-year-old Serbian nugget from Fiorentina, isn’t completely thrilled with a move to the Gunners, who are ready to put the big bucks in to sign him. The Guardian explains that the striker would be a bit chilled by Arsenal’s uncertainty over his Champions League participation next season, despite the club being fourth in the Premier League.
- Our opinion : Arsenal will have to find a new lead in attack.
Dusan Vlahovic warms up ahead of Fiorentina’s last match against Hellas Verona
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OL takes action
In today’s edition, The team delivers several information about OL’s winter transfer window. Starting with Sardar Azmoun, with whom there is a verbal agreement around a four-and-a-half-year contract. The Iranian would be inclined to join France, it remains to convince the leaders of Zenit Saint-Petersburg to let go of their inexpensive attacker.
On the defense side, Jason Denayer could well leave the Rhône since the negotiations for his extension are slipping. The Belgian would ask for 400,000 euros per month, far too much for the leaders of the OL, who would be ready to part with it if a good offer arrived on their desk in the coming weeks.
And finally, Chelsea would like to repatriate Emerson Palimieri, currently on loan at Lyon, according to Fabrizio Romano. The club of Jean-Michel Aulas retains it and would like to exercise its purchase option. The Blues are considering offering financial compensation to bring him back.
- Our opinion : OL need a striker of Azmoun’s caliber for the end of the season.
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Boubacar Kamara too greedy?
According to The Sun, several Premier League clubs would be interested in the midfielder of OM, including Newcastle and West Ham. However, Boubacar Kamara is reportedly asking for a salary of around 180,000 euros per week. What cool the Magpies but not necessarily the Hammers who seek to replace the legend of the club Mark Noble, 34, in the midfield.
- Our opinion : Boubacar Kamara is sure to sign a great contract.
Savannah in the United States?
Probably at the heart of the best season of his career with six goals and six assists registered with Montpellier, Téji Savanier would have caught the eye of the Los Angeles Galaxy according to Foot Mercato. An offer should quickly cross the Atlantic for the 30-year-old. With the season starting in March in MLS, that would allow LA Galaxy to count on him from the first league games.
- Our opinion : Savanier is unlikely to leave Montpellier now, he who is a club man.
An illegal contract between Kolo Muani and Frankfurt?
Canal + delivered this Sunday fresh information concerning the case of the Nantes native Randal Kolo Muani. Two things would be certain. The first: Freiburg got in touch with the striker to offer him a five-year contract starting next summer with a salary of 9 million euros annually, plus a signing bonus of one million.
The second: Frankfurt offered the same to Kolo Muani. The problem is that a contract of this type would have already been signed between Frankfurt and Kolo Muani last fall, which is illegal since it is forbidden to come into contact with a player more than six months before. the end of his contract. The Canaries therefore seized FIFA, business to follow.
- Our opinion : Kolo Muani will have to wait before knowing his future.
Newcastle negotiate for Badiashile
A few days ago, The team reported Newcastle’s interest in Benoît Badiashile. Information confirmed this Sunday by the Mail. The British tabloid specifies that the Magpies, who absolutely need to strengthen their rearguard to hope to maintain themselves, have started discussions with AS Monaco.
- Our opinion : Newcastle’s strategy to build defense this winter is muddled.
AC Milan abandon Botman
Frederic Massara, the sporting director of AC Milan confided in Sky Sport on his club’s interest in the Sven Botman case: « He’s an incredible center-back, but I think Lille have no intention of selling him in January« If it is not intoxication, it is a big competitor less for Newcastle in the race for the signing of the young Dutchman.
- Our opinion : One less competitor for Botman is one less chance to raise the stakes for Lille.
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Kessié in the sights of Real
While he will arrive at the end of his contract with AC Milan in June, Franck Kessié is ardently courted. In addition to Liverpool, FC Barcelona or Tottenham, Real Madrid would also have positioned themselves on the record of the Ivorian midfielder, according to The Sun. Not enough to scare AC Milan who wants to extend it according to the Gazzetta dello Sport.
- Our opinion: Milan seem beaten because of the player’s very high salary claims.
Théo Hernandez should stay Milanese
According to Paolo Maldini, the technical director of AC Milan, the club is in « advanced discussions« with the French international side for an extension in Lombardy. Information confirmed by the person concerned via Sky Sport : « Negotiations are underway for my extension to AC Milan. We are well advanced, the negotiations are progressing. I am very happy here from the startTheo Hernandez is currently linked to the club until 2024.
- Our opinion : Théo Hernandez and Milan it’s a beautiful love story.
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Adama: contact established between Tottenham and Wolves
A few days ago, Sky Sports revealed that Tottenham were seriously considering recruiting Adama Traore. Today the Sunday Times goes further and claims Spurs and Wolves would be in advanced contacts for a transfer from the Spain striker. West Ham are also said to be ready to jump into battle to snatch Traore. Barcelona, interested in the player to replace Ousmane Dembélé, is not mentioned.
- Our opinion : Buying Adama Traoré at a low price during a bad patch and successfully relaunching him could be a good deal for any buyer.
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Danjuma pleases Klopp
Highly visible with Villarreal in the Champions League, Arnaut Danjuma would have caught the eye of Jürgen Klopp if we are to believe the information of The Athletic. But if they want to attract the Dutchman, the Reds will have to pull out the checkbook. His release clause would indeed have been set at 75 million euros.
- Our opinion : Villarreal will sell if it receives a suitable offer.
Boca wants to buy Benedetto
In an interview with Tyc Sport, Jorge Bermúdez, one of the executives of Boca Juniors, assured that the club wanted to see Pipa Benedetto in Argentina again: « We are clear that Benedetto would be a huge addition to the squad, he would add a lot. The club makes the effort (to make it come back) « . What is almost certain is that OM, which loaned the player to Elche, will not be pushing to keep him in the event of a reasonable offer.
- Our opinion : If OM can scratch a few million by selling a player who has become undesirable, Pablo Longoria will be delighted.
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