SAC Milan: prepared for life without Chelsea loanee
Chelsea sent Tiemoue Bakayoko on a two year loan to AC Milan in the hope that the the midfielder would thrive there and make a permanent move.
Sempre Milan‘s report on the matter makes it very clear that that’s not likely to happen. In fact, the opposite is looking more likely.
After barely featuring in the title winning team, Bakayoko looks like he’s going to be sent back to Chelsea after just a year, with Milan exercising a clause to cut short the loan.
They certainly aren’t going to be buying him, that’s for sure. Sempre Milan report that young Tommaso Pobega, their academy product who spent last year on loan at Torino, is likely to come back to his parent club.
EPL: Frank ask Liverpool to sell Mohammed Salah forward
Former West Ham United forward, Frank McAvennie, has urged Liverpool to sell superstar forward Mohamed Salah if he doesn’t sign a new deal at Anfield.
McAvennie believes it is all about money, adding that Salah came out of nowhere and made it at Liverpool. Salah is yet to sign a new contract with Liverpool and his current deal will expire in the summer of 2023. “If he is not staying, you have to sell him. I think that would be right.
“He came out of nowhere and made his name at Liverpool. He has won a lot of medals, and he has done brilliantly for Liverpool.
“But if he is to go, surely he would think ‘I want to give them a bit of money.’” McAvennie told Football Insider.
Man Utd: Set to close a deal of £70m for a 25-year star
Manchester United are close to agreeing to a £70m deal with Barcelona for their midfielder, Frenkie de Jong, this summer.
According to Spanish outlet, Sport, Manchester United have been discussing terms with Barcelona for several weeks and a deal is now close to being reached between both clubs for De Jong.
The report added that Barcelona are taking the opportunity to cash in on the 25-year-old as they look to improve their dire financial situation, but Man United still face a fight to convince the Netherlands international to leave the Nou Camp.
Napoli names Kalidou over Victor Osimhen for a sold out this summer
Former Inter Milan striker, Arturo Di Napoli, has told Napoli to keep Super Eagles striker, Victor Osimhen for at least one more season.
The former Inter Milan star was asked who he thinks should be sold this summer between the Nigerian striker and the Senegalese defender.
And Di Napoli thinks Kalidou Koulibaly should be one leaving this summer having spent many years at the club.
Osimhen and Koulibaly are being linked with a move away from the Italian side with clubs in the Premier League and Serie A credited with interest.
Koulibaly has been playing nonstop at Napoli since 2014 after joining from Belgian Pro League side Racing Genk, scoring 14 goals in 317 appearances.
Di Napoli explained why Napoli should let Koulibaly go but ensure their record acquisition, Osimhen stays. “Who would you sacrifice between Koulibaly and Osimhen? Kalidou has been there for many years and maybe he wants to experience new emotions, ”
Nations League: England Coach Garet has revealed real reason club lost 1-0 to Hungary
England manager, Gareth Southgate, has suggested that his team lost 1-0 against Hungary in Saturday’s UEFA Nations League tie due to heat.
Southgate watched as Hungary defeated England at Puskás Aréna Park on Saturday evening.
A second-half penalty from Dominik Szoboskzlai gave Hungary the victory over the Three Lions.
Speaking after the game, Southgate was quoted by UEFA’s official website as saying: “The heat was a factor. That took a lot out of the players.
Lolo Ijeoma Njoku Obinwannem News Writer/ June 4, 2022