Your morning is European.. The future of Cristiano Ronaldo.. and the shock of Milan

Your morning is European.. The future of Cristiano Ronaldo.. and the shock of Milan

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.

English press
Daily Mail
Costa: I was terrified of wolves

Wolverhampton’s new striker Diego Costa has admitted he was ‘terrified’ of wolves while filming his introduction video for fans.

Wolverhampton announced the inclusion of Diego Costa on Monday in a free transfer deal until the end of the season, after the striker had been without a club since last January.

And Wolverhampton published a video clip to present the Costa deal through its official accounts, where the player appeared with real wolves, which is the nickname of the team.

“I was very terrified of wolves,” Costa told his club’s official website.

Manchester Evening News
Man United excludes Ronaldo from his plans

The Manchester United administration plans to renew the contracts of 5 players from the team during the coming period, not including Cristiano Ronaldo.

The Manchester United administration is seeking to renew the contracts of the five, whose contract expires at the end of the current season, David de Gea, Diego Dalot, Fred, Luke Shaw and Marcus Rashford.

Ronaldo was not among the players whose contracts the Manchester United administration intends to renew so that he is close to leaving at the end of the season, after the end of his contract, knowing that the Portuguese player would have wanted to leave this summer if the club had not adhered to his services.

Sky Sports
Klopp: Napoli was my worst match against Liverpool

Liverpool coach Jurgen Klopp admitted that Napoli’s 1-4 loss in the Champions League was the team’s worst since his leadership.

“We watched the Napoli match several times, it was a terrifying show, it showed the players the problems we had, they knew their mistakes, but watching the match again makes things clearer,” Klopp said, on Monday in the press conference before the Ajax match.

He added, “The Napoli match was the worst match we’ve played since I led the team, and despite that we played other bad matches, everyone may remember the Aston Villa meeting, and other matches in which we missed speed, but there were always glimpses of us, in those matches, but in the Napoli match in particular we did not present something”.

Spanish press
Xavi: We are ready for Bayern Munich

Barcelona coach Xavi Hernandez spoke about his team’s upcoming match against its host Bayern Munich, today, Tuesday, in the second round match of the Champions League groups.

He stated, “Tomorrow’s result will not change anything. It is a match with 3 points. We will not let a match determine the course of the entire season.”

He added, “Since the match we lost against Bayern last season, the team has improved greatly, our team is more competitive now, and they are able to win and change what happened in the last matches.”

He concluded, “We have planned well for the schedule of matches that awaits us after the international break, and after the World Cup we must go through a mini preparatory period, and we will be fully prepared throughout the season.”

Arajo: We do not seek revenge against Bayern Munich

The Uruguayan, Ronald Araujo, Barcelona defender, confirmed his team’s readiness to face its host Bayern Munich, today, in the second round of the Champions League groups.

“We have to improve from last season, and not concede too many goals, because we can do a lot in attack,” the player said.

“The level of the team has improved thanks to Xavi’s ideas, as well as the new deals, and we are more experienced than before,” he added.

He continued, “We do not seek revenge against Bayern, this is a strong competition, and the Bavarians are a difficult team. I think we have a good opportunity to impose our style of play.”

German press
Nagelsmann: I will continue to rely on Sabpeters

Bayern Munich coach Julian Nagelsmann revealed his intention to continue relying on Marcel Sabitzer in the starting lineup for his team when facing Barcelona, ​​in the second round of the group stage of the Champions League.

The German coach confirmed that Sabitzer is currently at his best level, while Goretzka needs more time to restore his normal level, due to his absence for a long time due to injury.

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Leverkusen coach reveals the strengths of Atletico

Swiss coach Gerardo Siwane, Bayer Leverkusen, called on his players to remain calm and maintain their positions during the Atletico Madrid match in the Champions League, acknowledging that the meeting may not witness many opportunities for the two teams.

“One of the most important characteristics of Atletico is the difficulty of closing spaces in its face, so it is important that we maintain our calm and order and seize the opportunities that may come to us with every determination,” Siwani said.

Italian press
La Gazzetta dello Sport
Inzaghi warns against this team

Inter Milan coach Simone Inzaghi stressed that Viktoria Plzen will not be an easy opponent for the Nerazzurri, stressing that he expects a very difficult match, in the second round of the Champions League group stage.

Inzaghi said, “We will face a strong team on a physical level. We saw that and studied the team in its two matches against Karabagh and Barcelona.”

Origi is threatened with a long absence

Milan coach Stefano Pioli faces the risk of missing striker Divock Origi from participating in the upcoming matches.

A press report stated: “Divok Origi will miss the matches between Dinamo Zagreb and Napoli in the Champions League and Calcio.”

French press
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Skriniar comments on the possibility of his move to Paris

Inter Milan defender Milan Skriniar spoke about the news that linked his name to a move to Paris Saint-Germain.

“I have never talked about it, and I don’t want to talk about my future or my contract with Inter,” Skriniar said.

And he continued: “When there is news you will know from me, and not from anyone else, I did not talk about it and I prefer to stay that way.”

Le Parisien
Hakimi supports Mbappe and praises Messi

Hakimi decided to support his colleague Kylian Mbappe, after his recent crises with his team’s fans, saying: “I think Kylian Mbappe is very happy. He scores, and he is happy with that. I hope he stays with us for more years and helps us a lot because he is a great player.”

The Moroccan star also spoke about his colleague Lionel Messi, saying: “I think that Messi plays with a clearer mind this season. The first year was difficult for him as it was difficult for me too, but now the situation is much better. Which will greatly help the team to get to the podium.”

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