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Man United forced to include Ronaldo
Manchester United coach Eric Ten Hag is forced to push Cristiano Ronaldo, the star of the team, in the Brighton match on Sunday in the opening matches of the team’s new season of the English Premier League “Premier League”.
This comes after the French striker, Anthony Martial, suffered a hamstring injury, as he will not be able to participate in the team’s first game of the new season.
Ronaldo missed most of Manchester United’s pre-season matches, as he wants to leave the red team before the summer transfer window closes, due to his non-participation in the Champions League.
Lampard is facing a major crisis
Everton manager Frank Lampard has announced the absence of Blue Team striker Dominic Calvert-Lewin for six weeks due to an injury.
Calvert-Lewin did not train on Wednesday with Everton in pre-season, while Lampard revealed that the player’s absence will extend for six weeks.
“Losing the efforts of a player with Calvert Lewin’s abilities will have a huge impact on the team in the coming period,” Lampard commented.
Everton will open its new season in the English Premier League, “Premier League”, tomorrow, Saturday, against Chelsea.
Arteta: Mercato Arsenal is not finished yet
Arsenal coach Mikel Arteta confirmed that the team may conclude new deals in the current summer transfer market, before closing it at the end of August.
“Everything is possible, the transfer season is still long and a lot could happen in it,” Arteta said at a press conference in preparation for the opening match against Crystal Palace in the English Premier League, “Premier League.”
This comes after Arsenal spent 119 million pounds as the most English team in the transfer market this summer, as it included 5 players, including 2 from Manchester City, Gabriel Jesus and Alexander Zinchenko.
Ancelotti: We are competing for all possible titles
Real Madrid coach Carlo Ancelotti confirmed that the royal team is looking forward to competing for all possible titles in the new season, starting with the European Super Cup against Eintracht Frankfurt, on August 10.
“We have some flaws compared to Frankfurt, who started their season early, but we will play to win,” Ancelotti said.
He added: “We are looking forward and not looking back. We want to consolidate the victories of the last year and focus on the next matches. There are 6 possible titles next season and we want to fight for them all.”
Braithwaite opposes Barcelona
Barcelona striker Martin Braithwaite continues to oppose the Catalan club’s management, which wants to get rid of him during the current summer Mercato.
The Danish striker rejected all offers to leave Barcelona, and set a difficult condition for agreeing to leave the Catalan team, which is to pay his full salary for the remainder of his contract.
Puig moves to the MLS
Barcelona announced the departure of its player, Ricky Puig, to the Los Angeles Galaxy, during the current summer transfer period.
Barcelona said in an official statement that it had reached an agreement with Los Angeles Galaxy regarding the transfer of Ricky Puig, adding that it would reserve the right to buy back the player and 50% of any future sale.
Balotelli is close to the Swiss league
Italian striker Mario Balotelli is close to moving to the Swiss club Sion, during the current summer Mercato.
Balotelli, Adana striker Demirspor, has reached an agreement with Sion on the personal terms of his contract, and he is currently waiting for the two clubs to reach a final agreement regarding his transfer.
Allegri: The competition is getting tougher
Juventus coach Massimiliano Allegri believes that the competition for the Italian league title will be more difficult next season, after his team’s competitors strengthened their team well in the summer Mercato.
“I think Inter, Milan and Roma have become much stronger compared to last season,” the Juventus coach said in this regard. “We have to work well to win the Scudetto, it will be a very difficult struggle.”
Wijnaldum to Rome
Dutch midfielder Georginio Wijnaldum is on his way to join Roma during the current summer transfer window.
Wijnaldum will join Roma on loan with a purchase option of 8 million euros.
Sanchez is the fourth official Paris deal
Paris Saint-Germain announced the official signing of Portuguese midfielder Renato Sanchez from Lille for 5 seasons during the summer transfer window.
Sanchez will join Paris for 10 million euros in addition to 3 million euros in bonuses, knowing that it is the fourth deal for the French capital club after Vitina, Hugo Eketek and Nordi Mukele.
Kingsley Coman, the Bayern Munich winger, revealed his goals with the Bavarian giant, which he is working to achieve during the coming period.
Quoting the Daily Mail, Koeman said: “The goals I have are goals I can achieve if I work hard and of course with some faith and luck. I still have a lot to achieve.”
He added: “I want to win the World Cup. I also want to win more Champions League titles. I also want to win the Ballon d’Or and that will come with titles.”
Mane is excited about the opening of the Bundesliga
Senegalese Sadio Mane, the Bayern Munich winger, spoke about his first match in the German League against Frankfurt, which will be held on Friday evening.
Mane said: “We know very well that it will not be an easy match, I’ve heard a lot about Frankfurt, they have a great European atmosphere, I’m really excited for the game.”
He added, “I was very happy when I saw the quality of the players in the German Super Cup, and they make everything easier for me as a new player, and it is a pleasure to win my first title with the team.”
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