Manchester: Contrary to previous news, the 36-year-old Brazilian midfielder and captain Fernandinho (Sunday Times) can extend and stay with the team for another year.
Sergio Aguero said goodbye to Manchester City with two goals and a record. The Everton players pose against the City footballers on Sunday, and then the two teams paid homage in this way to an Argentine legend saying goodbye to Manchester FC. With the doubling, Agüero became the holder of the most PL goals (184) scored with team colors of all time.
184 – Sergio Aguero has scored 184 Premier League goals for Manchester City, breaking the competition record for most goals scored for one club. Farewell – parting.
– OptaJoe (OptaJoe) May 23, 2021
Manchester United: They are supposed to put on a “huge show” for England’s top scorer Harry Kane at Tottenham, who will also get a higher salary at Old Trafford (Sunday Times). Portuguese Portuguese Bruno Fernandez may soon sign a new contract with United and increase his weekly salary by 200,000 pounds (Sunday Mirror)
Chelsea: 22-year-old England midfielder Declan Rice can also offer 26-year-old forward Tammy Abraham versus Chelsea (Sunday Telegraph – subscription required)
Leicester: Arsenal and AC Milan can compete for the 31-year-old Southampton player who will expire on left-back Ryan Bertrand (Talksport)
Wolverhampton: Vitor Pereira, who previously managed FC Porto, or Bruno Laghi, who also works for Benfica, can sit on the bench for next season. (Mail on Sunday)
Barcelona: With a suitable offer, they will dump their 29-year-old German goalkeeper, Marc-Andre ter Stegen, who will be replaced by seven-year-old Milan keeper, Gianluigi Donnarumma (AS).
Atletico Madrid: 26-year-old Liverpool midfielder Naby Keita may arrive, and the player’s agent has already negotiated with Madrid (AS)
international: Their 23-year-old Argentine striker, Representatives of Lautaro Martínez are also in discussion with Atletico and Real Madrid about a possible change to the striker’s summer club (Marca)
Juventus: Barcelona’s French striker Antoine Griezmann has been chosen to replace Cristiano Ronaldo, a very doubtful future with the team, if the 36-year-old Portuguese classic had already done so. Juventus have not refused a loan solution either, but Paulo Dybala can also be offered in exchange for the world champion striker (La Stampa)
Rome: Wolves’ potential leader Jose Mourinho will sign Wout Weghorst, the 28-year-old Dutch striker from Wolfsburg, to succeed Eden Djeko (Gazzetta dello Sport).
Herta: Pál Dárdai has gone on vacation and will be back at Hertha BSC Football Club in three or six weeks, depending on whether he is still expected to be the head coach of the senior team or the U16 coach. After the final round of the Bundesliga on Saturday, Dárdai said they had planned to close the door to their vacation home on Lake Balaton for three weeks, but that he would have eventually been on a six-week vacation.
“I can only say one thing: my job at Herta is not in danger unless I walk across the Al Ittihad shirt in Kadmon.” Said the coach, who referred to the competitor’s first team FC Union Berlin and one of the capital’s most famous streets, Kurfürstendamm.
He added that management needed to make a decision on the expected role of the summer.
As a player at Dárdai, he strengthened Herta between 1996 and 2010, leading for the first time from February 2015 to May 2019 as head coach. He recalled that period, they were almost eliminated at the beginning, but they finished sixth and then seventh in the German League, with a low budget. “Nobody appreciates that. They spent a lot of money now, but that was a big change.” The 45-year-old, who said that no more than four or five footballers should be approved this year, explained, “You have to go step by step. , You cannot bring twenty new players at one time.
In January, Darday acquired the DC squad again, which, after having to postpone many of its matches due to infection with the Coronavirus, again remained in the lead under its leadership, which it described as a miracle. The club started with fresh ambitions and a fresh backdrop for investors last year, and in mid-April it was announced that Freddy Bobby will be the new general manager as of June, making the additional appointments of Pal Darday and Sports Director Arne Friedrich uncertain. (MTI)
Holland: Dick Advocaat’s Feyenoord beat Utrecht FC 2-0 in the last game of their 73-year-old coaching career on Sunday, a match in the Dutch Football League. Feyenoord came in fifth, Utrecht came sixth, and their meeting early Sunday afternoon decided to start a league conference.
Advocaat announced in early December of last year that he would end his coaching career this summer. In the spring of 2017, the master stated that he would retire that summer, after which he sat on the bench in Sparta Rotterdam, then FC Utrecht and Feyenoord.
The formerly experienced coach has also led the national team in the Netherlands, the Republic of Korea, Belgium, Russia, Serbia and the United Arab Emirates. In 2008, Russia’s Zenitel won the predecessor of the European League, the European Cup, and then the European Super Cup. He previously held the position of Technical Director for PSV Eindhoven, Rangers, Borussia Moenchengladbach, Alkmaar, Sunderland and Fenerbahce. (MTI)
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