HOT football news updated on 8/3: Chelsea intends to recruit goalkeeper Ter Stegen from Barca. There are also many other interesting informations.
Chelsea shocked the No. 1 “temple guard” Barca
According to the Daily Express, Chelsea has brought Marc-Andre ter Stegen insight in an effort to find a replacement for Kepa. In addition to the number 1 goalkeeper Barca, the target list of “The Blues” also has Dean Henderson (Sheffield goalkeeper but on the payroll of MU), Gianluigi Donnarumma (AC Milan).
Pep did not dare to underestimate MU
In the pre-match press conference, coach Pep Guardiola gave many praises to MU rival as well as his colleague Ole Gunnar Solskjaer: “I never thought that the real choice between Man City and MU, there are disparities over the last few years. They have many good players and a coach that I always respect (Solskjaer) “.
Beckham’s team owned the defeat at the hands of the club Rooney had played
Inter Miami – David Beckham’s team had just received the second defeat in a row for the first time attending the American Professional Football League (MLS) when they fell first. DC United (former Wayne Rooney team).
The good news is that Inter Miami scored the first goal (Rodolfo Pizarro) in history before going upstream. The next rival of Inter Miami CF is the team that Becks used to play – LA Galaxy.
Milan fired big boss
AC Milan football director Zvonimir Boban has received the consequences after recent harsh remarks to criticize the club’s leaders for “operating under Milan’s style”. The former Croatian midfielder was terminated with an “immediate effect” – as confirmed by the home team San Siro.
Man City hunts the “cornerstone” of Inter Milan
Express page reported that to avoid repeating the mistake of last summer, the Etihad team will focus on the plan to add defenses as soon as the transfer market season. Summer is open. Accordingly, they will spend 80 million pounds to bid to buy Milan Skriniar from Inter Milan.
Bruno Fernandes will help young MU players to make great progress
According to coach Ole Gunnar Solskjiaer, Bruno Fernandes’s visit to Manchester United will not only benefit the club but also help youngster Scott McTominay to mature. He will not call Scotty a boy anymore because he is 23 now, however, he is still getting to know and gambling with Bruno can be very beneficial
Serie A may be delayed due to the Covid-19 pandemic
Italian Football Federation President (FIGC) Gabriele Gravina said that if a Serie A player is positive for Covid-19, it will not rule out the possibility that the highest playing field in Italy will be delayed. Italy currently has more than 4600 people infected with Covid-19, the number of deaths is 197 people.
EURO 2020 final round may be postponed due to Corona virus
President of the Italian Football Association, Damiano Tommasi, called on UEFA to prepare a plan to postpone the EURO 2020 match schedule due to the influence of the Corona virus. Before that, Italy had decided that all sports events must take place in an audience-free stadium.
Injured, goalkeeper Alisson missed the opportunity to recruit Brazil
After Alisson Becker’s injury information, coach Tite removed his name from the Brazil team list before two World Cup 2022 qualifiers against Bolivia and Peru this month. Weverton, Ederson and Ivan are the three goalkeepers he has summoned.
Barca risks losing Arthur in the great war with Napoli
As noted by Mundo Deportivo, midfielder Arthur Melo missed the training session on 7/3 of Barcelona due to feeling a problem with the ankle. It is not clear the severity of the injury as well as the ability of the Brazilian midfielder to play in the rematch of Napoli in the Champions League.
Coach Mourinho “mimicked” for Dier
Sharing about the incident Eric Dier rushed to the stands to beat the home fans, coach Jose Mourinho said he had no intention of punishing the student but did not know if the club would take any disciplinary measures. According to some sources, the star could not hold back when a fan insulted the England player’s family members.
Japanese star attempts at Liverpool
Striker Takumi Minamino admits he is still learning to get used to life in Liverpool but increasingly understands the philosophy of coach Jurgen Klopp. The Japanese striker also insists he needs more effort in the rare times to play. Since arriving at Anfield in the winter transfer window last term, this £ 7.25million contract has not been scored or created.
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