Saturday 3 September 2022
Your morning is European. It is a daily morning report that monitors for the honorable visitors of Yalla Koura, the most prominent headlines that came in the major European newspapers, whether German, English, Italian, Spanish or French.
Roger hints at leaving
Leicester City coach Brendan Rodger has hinted at a departure in light of his team’s poor results since the start of the season.
Leicester City have not achieved any victory since the beginning of the season, after collecting only one point and four defeats.
Elneny is missing for a long time
Arsenal coach Michael Arteta announced the absence of the average field of his team Mohamed Elneny for a long time.
This comes after the Egyptian international suffered a hamstring injury after the Fulham match, which ended in favor of the “Ganners”, with a score of 1-2.
Liverpool captain misses 6 matches
Liverpool coach Jurgen Klopp suffered a painful blow after captain Jordan Henderson suffered a hamstring injury.
Henderson is expected to miss this month’s matches, as the Reds prepare to face Everton on Saturday afternoon in the Merseyside derby.
The future of senior riyal
Real Madrid coach Carlo Ancelotti confirmed that he is not worried about the approaching expiration of the contracts of the three team Karim Benzema, Toni Kroos and Modric, which is scheduled for the summer of 2023.
Ancelotti said: “I am not at all worried about this situation, it is not a problem, the future of these players is very clear, they want to stay, that is their goal and the goal of the club as well.”
“If they want to stay, they will stay until the end of their careers,” he added.
Atlético Madrid coach Simeone has sparked controversy over the reason why Griezmann (on loan from Barcelona) is not participating in matches.
Simeone said: “They have known me for ten years, I am the man of this club and I will continue to be, they have to understand that playing 30 minutes can be better than 60 minutes of bad performance.”
The newspaper confirmed that Atletico is trying to avoid paying Barcelona 40 million in connection with the loan of Griezmann.
If the French player played more than 45 minutes in 50% of the matches during his loan period, Atlético would have to pay Barcelona 40 million euros.
Xavi: Seville is a difficult test
Barcelona coach Xavi spoke about his upcoming match against Seville, on Saturday evening, in the fourth round of the Spanish League.
Xavi said: “The Sevilla match is always difficult, Lopetegui works very well with his team, I think they will be aggressive to win, and we have to give our best, it is an important and difficult test.”
La Gazzetta dello Sport
Origi returns to Milan training before the Derby of Fury
Belgian striker Divock Origi returned to Milan’s team training, before the awaited match against Inter, at the San Siro stadium, in the fifth round of the Italian League.
The Milan striker is ready to participate against Inter in the derby, after he missed the last confrontation with Sassuolo, due to a muscle injury, and is scheduled to participate in some minutes in case the coach needs his services.
Financial fines for senior Italians
The European Football Association announced financial fines against eight European clubs for violating the rules of financial fair play, including Milan, Inter, Juventus, Roma and Paris Saint-Germain.
A statement issued by “UEFA” confirmed that 8 clubs had agreed to financial contributions of 172 million euros, which will be withheld from any revenue earned by these clubs from participating in UEFA club competitions.
Milan is required to pay 2 million euros out of a total of 15 million euros, Juventus is required to pay 3.5 million euros out of a total of 23 million euros, and Inter is required to pay 4 million euros out of a total of 26 million euros, and Roma must pay 5 million euros of euros.
A boost to Lyon before facing Angers
Lyon received a strong boost before its next match in the French league against Angers, after it restored the services of its goalkeeper, Anthony Lopez.
Lopez appeared in Lyon’s squad to face Angers, after he was suspended for 3 matches after being sent off against Ajaccio on August 5.
Penalty against Paris Saint-Germain
Paris Saint-Germain was subjected to a financial penalty for not adhering to the rules of financial fair play in the past two seasons, bringing the fine imposed on the French club to 10 million euros.
UEFA announced that it will impose sanctions on clubs found guilty of failing to comply with the rules of Financial Fair Play, and Saint-Germain will have to pay a fine of 10 million euros to be paid immediately.
The decision included another penalty against Paris Saint-Germain to pay 55 million euros, suspended, in the event of committing a new offense before the start of the 2025-2026 season, which is the largest fine of eight penalties imposed by the European Football Association.
Bayern watching Barcelona talent
The young Barcelona player Javi is still a target for Bayern Munich, as the player’s contract with Barca expires in 2023.
Bayern discussed Jaffe’s situation in the summer Mercato, but the player does not want to leave and change the environment before the World Cup, and despite that, he is still a target and under observation for the Bavarian giant.
The reason for the failure of the Leipzig star deal
RB Leipzig star Konrad Laimer has revealed why his move to Bayern Munich failed during the summer transfer window.
“Yes, I had a lot of talks this summer with Leipzig, but it didn’t work out in the end and that’s football,” Laimer said.
He added: “Obviously I wanted to try a new experience, but that does not mean that I am against staying in Leipzig, I feel good here, I have everything I need.”
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