The latest football news in top clubs MU, Man City, Chelsea, Arsenal, Liverpool, Real Madrid, Barca, etc. on March 10 will be updated continuously.
Arsenal star used painkillers to play
A football news source from The Athletic revealed that defender Hector Bellerin used painkillers to be able to play the game with a groin injury not fully recovered.
Last December, Bellerin suffered a hamstring injury that left him out for nearly a month, before returning and scoring in a 2-2 draw with Chelsea. After that, the Spanish defender doubled the training volume to be able to play more for Arsenal during the crucial sprint stage that decided the ticket to the Champions League C1 next season.
But overtraining, coupled with a crash in official matches, left Bellerin suffering a new groin injury last month. Under these circumstances, Bellerin decided to seek medical advice for the use of painkillers and came out to play against West Ham last weekend.
MU negotiated to buy Tottenham star
MU is planning to sign Tottenham striker Harry Kane in the summer of this year. The source of the Daily Mail said Executive Vice President Ed Woodward of MU had a talk with Tottenham Chairman Daniel Levy about the case of Harry Kane.
However, MU paid a very expensive price to convince Tottenham to sell people when Harry Kane’s contract is still valid until June 2024. Besides, Mourinho has also repeatedly stated that he will build the team around the English striker.
Liverpool welcomed the backbone of the match against Atletico Madrid. Captain Jordan Henderson regained his best physical strength and was ready to start the second leg of the second leg of the C1 Cup against Atletico Madrid. The England midfielder suffered a hamstring injury in the first leg at the end of last month and missed all of Liverpool’s last 4 matches.
But Henderson has been able to return to normal training in the past 2 days. If there is no unexpected incident, the Liverpool captain will surely start tomorrow night. In addition, defender Andy Robertson will also return to the squad after missing the match against Bournemouth last weekend.
MU sells stars to save money to buy Jack Grealish
Goal’s source said MU is ready to sell Jesse Lingard in the summer transfer window this year to save money to buy Jack Grealish.
The contract of Lingard with United is still in valid value until June 2021 with the option to extend it for another year. However, coach Solskjaer does not seem to have faith in Lingard, especially after Bruno Fernandes is having an outstanding performance to help the United unbeaten for over a month.
Admitted to the football news reporters, the sale of Lingard will also help MU earn a decent amount of money to pursue three important goals: Jadon Sancho, Jack Grealish and James Maddison. In particular, the Report of Daily Mail said, MU is willing to pay 70 million pounds to get Grealish. Captain Aston Villa is playing well this season with 9 goals and 8 assists after 31 matches.
Grealish’s current contract with Aston Villa is still valid until June 2023 and there is no contract release clause so MU will have to pay a large amount to buy this player.
Arsenal is ready to buy MU defenders
Arsenal could pay £ 25million to sign center-back Chris Smalling, according to the Express. The England defender is playing well in a Roma shirt on loan from MU until the end of this season.
Smalling’s excellent performance made Roma in an awkward position when the coaching team of the Italian team wanted to buy Smalling, but the owners did not accept the offer of 25 million pounds MU.
David Beckham is ready to take David Silva to MLS
According to the Mirror in the football news, David Beckham is trying to persuade David Silva to join Inter Miami after ending his contract with City at the end of this season.
Beckham is ready to entice Silva with the promise to turn the Spaniard into the highest-paid player in MLS. In addition to Silva, Beckham also wants to bring Modric to Inter Miami to help his team have enough strength to compete for the title with other rivals.
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