Arsenal midfielder Martin Odegaard who is currently on loan at the Emirates from Real Madrid has started to show just how much of a quality player he is following the performances he has been putting on display for the Gunners in some of their recent games. The Norwegian midfielder joined Arsenal from the Santiago Bernabeu in the last summer transfer window on deadline day but had his debut put on hold by manager Mikel Arteta who wanted the young midfielder to have some time to adapt to the English league.
Since playing a couple of games consecutively, the 22-year-old has flourished well and is currently enjoying his football at the club. His fine form has been both good and bad news for Arsenal fans, however, because while he has been helping the Gunners to win games recently, he is also giving his parent club Madrid more reasons for them to recall him frol his loan time at the club when the contract expires. Continue reading “Sherwood Believes Odegaard Will Extend Arsenal Stay On One Condition”→
Pep Guardiola will continue his quest to lift the Champions League title with Manchester City as the Citizens take on German Bundesliga side Monchengladbach in the first leg of their round of 16 tie. City are currently on fire and are the most in-form team in Europe’s top 5 leagues with several consecutive wins (18 in total, in all competitions) that has seen them establish a 10-point lead at the top of the Premier League table above Manchester United who lie in second place.
Top Nigerian businessman and billionaire Aliko Dangote is reportedly set to go into negotiations with Arsenal owner Stan Kroenke in a bid to buy the club, according to multiple reports. Currently Africa’s richest man, Dangote has always made it clear at any given chance that he would like to buy the London club from the current owner.
The Nigerian, according to a report published by Forbes, is also the 206th richest man in the world and has a net worth of up to $11.8 billion. He has also revealed that upon the completion of his current project; an oil refinery which he is currently building in Lagos, Nigeria, he would make another attempt at convincing Kroenke to consider selling Arsenal. Continue reading “Nigerian Billionaire Business Mogul To Start Arsenal Takeover Talks”→
Chelsea manager Frank Lampard has come under fire in recent weeks as his players have failed to produce convincing results of late in their last few Premier League matches. The Blues are in a rather worrying run of form as they have picked up just one win in their last five attempts.
Before the season began, and even after it kicked off, Chelsea were considered to be serious contenders and were touted to challenge both Manchester City and Liverpool for the Premier League crown. However, after their recent run of poor results, tables have turned and the team is now being considered as just top 4 candidates. Continue reading “TOP 3 MANAGERS THAT CAN REPLACE LAMPARD AT CHELSEA”→
Paul Pogba’s time at Manchester United is reportedly up, and the next thing expected of Manchester United is to get him offloaded as soon as possible – if possible, in the January transfer window.
The Frenchman has grown dissatisfied with life at United and is ready to make a move once he gets any opportunity. Last summer, Real Madrid and Juventus expressed interest in the possibility of snatching the World Cup winner away from Old Trafford to either Turin or the Santiago Bernabeu. Continue reading “MAN UNITED READY FOR THIS PLAYER’S SWAP WITH POGBA”→
All the great players of football have shown their own ways to get success. All their roads to success are more or less similar as they emphasize hard work and concentration. The way to success is almost the same in the case of Robert Huth too as he says that hunger and will are the only weapons that can make you a champion footballer. The German center back has opened up about his career and has advised the younger players to generate a hunger for success in them to get success. He has won the English premier league thrice in his career and thus no one can ignore his advice.
The former skipper of Chelsea who played under Jose Mourinho helped his team to win Premier League titles back to back in 2004-05 and 2005-06 seasons. He was also a part of the team of Leicester City which won the English Premier League in the 2015-16 sessions. According to him, a player shouldn’t only play for money but for his hunger and will to win a trophy. The combination of these two will make a player an all-time great. The German skipper also added that during injury, when a player can’t get to the field, has to spend his time with the obsessions. Many of the players have lost their careers due to not having the correct path to guide their obsession. But if you can guide your will and hunger properly, then you will be among the greatest players. Continue reading “Robert Huth Shows the Hunger and Will Make Champions”→
Arsenal are scheduled to entertain Leicester City in the Premier League on Tuesday. The north London side have been in a good run of form and they picked up a third league victory on the bounce over the weekend with a 2-0 win over Wolverhampton Wanderers. Next up, they are set to host Brendan Rodgers’s side at the Emirates Stadium and it should be an entertaining contest.
The east Midlands outfit have struggled for consistency since the turn of the year and they picked only their fourth league win of 2020 at the weekend. Rodgers’ team ran out 3-0 victors over Crystal Palace at home and it was a much-needed result in their quest to finish in the Champions League places. Continue reading “Arsenal vs Leicester City Betting Preview”→
Leicester City playmaker James Maddison has said that he is delighted to have made the decision to join the Foxes and he has no plans of pursuing a fresh challenge elsewhere. The England international has been regularly linked with a move to Manchester United but any deal appears unlikely to happen this summer due to the player’s stance and the financial impact from the coronavirus pandemic.
Speaking to BT Sport, Maddison assured that he is fully committed to the Foxes and is looking forward to playing Champions League football with the Foxes for the first time in his career, he told: “Of course I am. It was one of the best decisions I’ve made, coming here. I love it. We’re just doing individual stuff at home. [Leicester manager] Brendan Rodgers sorted out his staff to send us stuff to do at home so we’re still keeping fit, we’re not sitting at home on the beers and the cakes, don’t worry about that! This situation is not ideal because we were doing so well and we were in the Champions League spaces. We just want to finish and try to secure one of those spaces because Champions League football is something I’ve always wanted to [play].” Continue reading “James Maddison content with Leicester City stay”→
Possibilities are there that all the footballers of Premier League are going to accept their wage deferrals because the clubs are looking forward to warding off financial problems caused by the corona virus pandemic. As all football has been suspended in England till 30th April, the clubs are concerned about their income that is drying up. They are set to have talks with the association of Professional Footballers about payment. Discussions will take place about the current issue only when all the 20 top-flight Premier League clubs hold their video conference on 3rd April. While it is expected that the players will hesitate to take wage cuts permanently, chances are also there that they will agree to have their payments deferred.
Clubs are likely to adopt collective measures as a substitute for taking action independently. There is a craving to make major savings while the games are suspended. In this situation, one source said that all the clubs are worried about running into problems regarding cash flow. They are missing out on receipts from gates and other revenue that they get from their matches. It can also be expected that the clubs are going to make less money significantly if the games restart privately.