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Florentino Pérez: "Cristiano Ronaldo won't return to Real Madrid"

  Florentino Pérez, president of Real Madrid, was on Spanish TV show El Chiringuito to speak for the first time after the announcement of a breakaway European Super League. The new chairman of the Super League also discussed the current ongoing at Real Madrid. On signing Kylian Mbappé : We are here to talk about the Super League. In eight years' time, I'll be talking about something else. Look, I'm wearing a mask and I hear "sign Mbappé". What do I say? Don't worry... The truth is that he is a very good player. Madrid need a change. I'm not talking about Mbappé. But we have won many things, many things have happened. I have not spoken to him... At least today. It was a joke. I can assure you that I haven't spoken to him for years. I only know what I read in the newspapers. Signings at Real Madrid: I'm doing everything I can so that Madrid doesn't lose its rightful place. The madridistas know that. But the truth is that we had to bring in €9
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Breaking: Ed Woodward Resigns as Man United's Chairman

Ed Woodward has resigned as chairman of Manchester United. Woodward’s decision comes after the backlash over the European Super League. Details later...

Jose Mourinho set for Madrid Return

  José Mourinho is on the lookout for another club after being sacked by Tottenham Hotspur on Monday and has fond memories of his time at Real Madrid between 2010 and 2013.   In his first season in charge at the Bernabéu, Mourinho delivered the Copa del Rey, a trophy that Real Madrid had not won since 1993. A day after he departed the Premier League club, Mourinho posted a picture on Instagram of Madrid’s players holding him aloft after the victory over Barcelona, a 1-0 win courtesy of a Cristiano Ronaldo goal in extra time. Tuesday was the 10th anniversary of that Madrid triumph and Mourinho took the opportunity to remind observers of his previous successes after Florentino Pérez had lavished praise on the Portuguese a day earlier. Speaking on Spanish television, the Real Madrid president said of his former manager: “He raised the level of competitiveness in the three years that he was here. And since 2011 we have reached nine of 11 Champions League semi-finals. I will always

Aftermath José Mourinho's sacking, main reason surfaces

Tottenham sacked Jose Mourinho after an explosive morning where he refused to take the squad onto the training ground over the club’s proposed European Super League admission.  Mourinho was sacked before midday today and this has generated much hullabaloo among the football enthusiasts.

Jose Mourinho sacked again

Tottenham have sacked Jose Mourinho. After some Months of speculations about his future at the club, Daniel Lewy, Tottenham's Chairman got him sacked. The Club today announce that Jose Mourinho and his coaching staff Joao Sacramento, Nuno Santos, Carlos Lalin and Giovanni Cerra have been relieved of their duties with immediate effect. Jose Mourinho replaced Mauricio Pochettino as Tottenham manager in November 2019 and guided the club to sixth in the Premier League last season.  Ryan Mason will take Spurs first team training today. 

Arteta Praises Lacazette for his team spirit , says 'he really glues our team together'

  It has been some response from Alex Lacazette since missing a big chance to score in the first leg of our Europa League clash against Slavia Prague. The striker was understandably disappointed to have passed up that opportunity, but has since scored four times in the resulting two games. Mikel Arteta believes it speaks volumes about the player. "It shows the personality that Laca has," our manager said. "He missed two big chances in the home game and then you have to see a reaction. "That reaction could be with some fear, some doubt or feeling a little bit guilty. Or the other one is to have a strong personality and to react, to say, 'Now I'm going to put them in the back of the net'. "He's done that in two games consecutively, being really, really efficient. Then his momentum continues, the form that he's in continues and it's really important for the team." Lacazette has proved throughout his time at the club that he

Pogba: It's an honour to captain United

  Manchester United midfielder Paul Pogba captained the Reds in the Europa League quarter-final victory over Granada on Thursday evening. With Harry Maguire absent due to suspension, Pogba was picked as Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's skipper for the returnl leg. It ended up being an eventful evening's work for the Frenchman, albeit it only lasted 45 minutes for the midfield man. Following a dominant first-half display against the Spanish outfit, which included a clever headed assist for Edinson Cavani’s opener, our manager opted to substitute our no. 6 at the interval. After an unfortunate booking for a situation where Pogba, on the ball, was trying to get away from his marker, the boss made the decision to withdraw him at half-time. Speaking to BT Sport, Pogba said that Ole made the right choice to bring him off for Donny van de Beek. “There were some tackles, yellow cards,” Thursday’s skipper summarised in a post-match interview. “It was a bit of everything. We got a goal

We're Ready for Roma says Matic, Sets eye on Trophy

  Nemanja Matic says Manchester United are ready to reach our first major final since 2018 after the Reds beat Granada to book a place in the UEFA Europa League last four. United will face Roma in the next round, in our fifth semi-final under manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer. Serbian midfielder Matic was a key performer in the 2-0 second-leg victory over the Andalusians that sealed our spot in the semis, and the 32-year-old says the squad are desperate to go one better this time and reach the competition’s final in Gdansk, Poland. “I think it's time to get to the final and win this trophy,” stresses Matic, “but it's going to be hard. We respect Roma, we know that they are a good squad with a good coach and a big club. “It's going to be interesting, but we have to believe in our qualities. We want to play in that big final and bring trophies to Old Trafford because this club deserves the best.” The Giallorossi lie seventh in Serie A, but boast top players like former R

Modric Commits to Real Madrid, agrees new deal

  Real Madrid and Luka Modric have agreed on a new one-year deal that will see the 35-year-old stay in the Spanish capital until 2022. The fine performances of the midfield maestro this season have convinced the club to add a further year to his current deal. Madrid has spent several months working on sealing the contract extension. Modric, on the other hand, always wanted to continue playing for Zidane's team and has accepted a salary reduction proposed by the club to help ease some of the economic problems caused by the coronavirus pandemic. When the deal is made official, Modric will prepare to enter his tenth season at Madrid. He will remain at the Spanish champions until he is 36 years old. Since his arrival in 2012 from Tottenham for €35 million, he has become a fan favourite with delightful exhibitions of midfield play. In total he has played 383 games in the famous white shirt, scoring 26 goals and providing 61 assists. He has won four Champions Leagues, two leagu

Pogba unable to explain 'strange' relationship with Mourinho

  Paul Pogba cannot explain why his relationship with Jose Mourinho turned sour at Manchester United, but claims to have a much different bond with Ole Gunnar Solskjaer. Pogba was United's marquee signing for 2016-17 – Mourinho's first season in charge at the club – and helped the Red Devils to a Europa League title that campaign. Yet Mourinho's second term failed to live up to expectations and, after a difficult start to the 2018-19 season, the former Chelsea and Real Madrid manager was dismissed, with Solskjaer replacing him, initially on an interim basis before taking up the role full time. Mourinho's relationship with members of United's squad was said to have deteriorated, with an apparent training ground argument with Pogba coming after the France star was stripped of a vice-captaincy role in September 2018. Though Mourinho has since left United, Pogba's future remains unclear. His agent, Mino Raiola, has made several claims that the 28-year-old wi