Day: March 24, 2020

Spurs set to offer €40 million for Eder Militao
News, Real Madrid

Spurs set to offer €40 million for Eder Militao

A report from Sky Sports suggests that Jose Mourinho's Tottenham Hotspur are set to offer €40 million to sign Eder Militao from Real Madrid next summer. It can be recalled that Los Blancos shelled out €50 million to sign Militao from Porto just a year ago. However, he has not been a key player for Real Madrid this season. Regardless, he's just 22 and has shown lots of potentials. READ: Barcelona set to extend Clement Lenglet’s contract Therefore, it would be strange for Madrid to let him leave given that they'll need a quality replacement for Sergio Ramos. The decision will depend on Zinedine Zidane's valuation of the 22-year-old's worth to his side. If he trusts Militao then he may stay put but if he doesn't, they will accept the €40 million offer and look elsewhere for Ramos' re...
Barcelona set to extend Clement Lenglet’s contract
Barcelona, News

Barcelona set to extend Clement Lenglet’s contract

Gerard Pique is not getting any younger although he's still at the top of his game. Therefore, Barcelona are making a move to secure the future of one of his defensive partners at the club, Clement Lenglet. According to Sport, cited by Football Espana, the Catalans want to extend Clement Lenglet’s current deal and increase his buyout clause to €300m. Lenglet was signed from Sevilla and has been impressive since his move to Camp Nou. It is also being reported that his performances could see fellow countryman Samuel Umtiti being put up for sale by the club this summer. READ: Roy Keane – I was never really happy at Man United This wouldn't have been thought of a year ago when Umtiti was a key man in Barcelona's central defense. However, a knee injury has hampered his performances ...
Roy Keane – I was never really happy at Man United
Manchester United, News

Roy Keane – I was never really happy at Man United

Roy Keane has revealed that his attitude of determination whilst at Manchester United ensured that he couldn't relax and was never happy in his time at Old Trafford. The former United captain was speaking alongside former teammate Gary Nevill on Sky Sports' Monday Night Football retro version in the process of analyzing an old game. They were speaking about United's 6:1 rout of Arsenal in the 2000/01 season and began by explaining how the victory told Sir Alex Ferguson's squad that they would emerge as title winners that season. However, Keane replied by noting his mentality which was never to take the foot off even if the title was won: “Believe it or not, I’m going to disagree with Gary,” Keane said. “I didn’t fall for that at all, throughout my career I never thought that anyth...