Chelsea reopens talks over €37m rated germany international center back

The West londoners have reportedly stepped up interest in signing of world class center back. The blues are believed to be looking to strengthen their defense this summer, despite having the likes Thiago silva who was signed on a one year contract from PSG last summer is likely to be on his way out from Stamford Bridge for the next season, signing a new world-class defender could be a priority for West London giants. According to report, German centre-back is a top transfer target for Tuchel, who has long admired…

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Cristiano Ronaldo faces axing from Juventus’ free-kick walls after second costly blunder (Video)

Cristiano Ronaldo could be axed from Juventus’ free-kick walls after he committed his second blunder in six weeks.   Last month, the Portuguese striker was criticised for turning his back on a free-kick against Porto, which caused Juventus’s elimination from the Champions League. ‘That was an unforgivable error,’ former England boss Fabio Capello told Sky Sport Italia that night.   ‘In my day, you chose the players who went into the wall and they couldn’t be someone afraid of the ball. They were scared of the ball and jumped away from…

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Wednesday Morning Transfer News: DONE DEALS, Iheanacho, Mourinho, Alaba, Varane, Abraham, Draxler

TUCHEL SYMPATHISES WITH TAMMY Thomas Tuchel has admitted he can understand why Tammy Abraham would be worried about his Chelsea future. The 23-year-old England striker has not featured at all for Chelsea since the 1-1 Premier League draw at Southampton on February 20. Draxler willing to make Bayern switch German midfielder Julian Draxler is open to a return to his home country with his relationship to current club Paris Saint-Germain deteriorating, writes Foot Mercato. His preference is to join Bayern Munich. Alaba reaches Madrid agreement The out-of-contract Bayern centre-back appears…

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BREAKING: All 6 Premier League teams withdraw from the European Super League

The top 6 English Premier league clubs that announced the joining of the European super league have reversed the decision. It was reported by BBC that the English clubs that earlier joined the Super league ( a new proposed league) have withdrawn. Liverpool, Chelsea, Man Utd, Man City, Tottenham and Arsenal are the top 6 English Premier league who joined the league and a few hours ago announced their leave from the league. The clubs withdrew after its large fan base sent their disagreement message to the new Super league,…

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Premier League release statement as all 14 clubs reject Super League plans

The Premier League have replied to new Super League plans on Tuesday. The proposals have been overwhelmingly rejected by the 14 clubs who are not part of the so-called breakaway group. An official statement read: “The 14 clubs at the meeting unanimously and vigorously rejected the plans for the competition. “The Premier League is considering all actions available to prevent it from progressing, as well as holding those Shareholders involved to account under its rules. “The League will continue to work with key stakeholders including fan groups, Government, UEFA, The…

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Rulebook Revelation Could Force Chelsea, Liverpool, Manchester United and Man City to leave the Premier League #superleague

An existing rule means Manchester City and Manchester United will have to quit the Premier League if they enter the controversial European Super League (ESL). The future of football, both domestically and across the continent, has been thrown into doubt on the back of the much-maligned proposals for a 20-team breakaway – which were confirmed last night. City and United are two of the initial 12 signatories who have signed up to the ESL, which is set to be bankrolled by US banking giant JP Morgan. As the brainchild of…

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Chelsea, Manchester City and Real Madrid Could be Ban From Champion’s League As They Join European Super League #superleague

Plans for a European Super League are gathering pace at an alarming rate. When the reports first emerged on Sunday afternoon that 12 clubs planned to sign up, it was still being widely speculated that this was all just a power-play against Uefa. Gary Lineker predicted on Twitter that the new format would quickly “die on its preposterous and avaricious a**e”. If only it were that simple… On Monday afternoon, clubs officially signed a commitment to the new Super League that will last 23 years. And Uefa and Fifa are…

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Super League: Why are football’s biggest clubs starting a new tournament? #superleague

A plan by some of the world’s biggest football clubs to start a new European Super League (ESL), has provoked strong opposition. The clubs involved say the ESL will benefit football as a whole, but critics say it’s driven by greed. Which teams want the Super League? Twelve clubs have signed up – six of them from the English Premier League. Arsenal, Chelsea, Liverpool, Manchester City, Manchester United and Tottenham, would join AC Milan, Atletico Madrid, Barcelona, Inter Milan, Juventus and Real Madrid. The clubs want a new midweek competition…

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Revealed: Jose Mourinho has been paid a total of £93.5m for his sacking as Football manager

Football manager/coach, Jose Mourinho has been paid a staggering £93.5 million for his sackings in football. Tottenham ruthlessly sacked Mourinho and his coaching staff on Monday morning, April 19, following a poor run of form in the Premier League . He lasted just 17 months with the 58-year-old in line to receive a whopping pay-out. UK media claim Mourinho will pocket £30 million after club chairman Daniel Levy decided to end his four-year contract with the club. It’s now been revealed that so many other clubs paid Mourinho huge amounts…

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#EuropeanSuperLeague: Man. U. and Arsenal resign from European Clubs Association while club CEOs resign from UEFA

Manchester United and Arsenal football club of England have confirmed they have left the European Clubs Association (ECA) while United chairman, Ed Woodward and Arsenal CEO, Vinai Venkatesham have resigned from their positions with UEFA in staunch moves to show they are intent on going ahead with plans to set up their own European Super League. A statement released on Sunday night confirmed 12 clubs, including United and Arsenal, had agreed to form a breakaway league which would be run by the founding clubs. United’s executive vice-chairman Woodward was appointed to…

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