Day: June 9, 2020

News, Real Madrid

James Rodriguez offered to Man United in a cut-price deal

Manchester United have been handed a chance to sign Colombia international James Rodriguez from Real Madrid in a cut-price deal according to a report by The Sun. Rodriguez appears to be surplus to requirements at Santiago Bernabeu in recent times and Los Blancos are eager to permanently sell him this summer to raise funds for their targets. James Rodriguez has made just 4 La Liga starts under Zinedine Zidane this season after his return from a two-year loan spell at Bayern Munich last summer. The Bundesliga giants are beginning to take advantage of this kind of deal as Barcelona's Philippe Coutinho is currently on a season-long loan at the Allianz Arena, amid uncertainty whether he will be signed permanently or not. READ: Here are the top 10 richest active footballers in the wo...
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Here are the top 10 richest active footballers in the world

Football is one sport that has seen the emergence of millionaires over the years. There were rumors that the likes of Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi were the richest active footballers presently due to how they've dominated the game. This was also believed to be the case as they are miles ahead of their fellow players. However, this is not the case as the two of them do not lead the top two spots. Instead, a relatively unknown young footballer, yet to carve a niche for himself in the game is presently the richest active footballer in the world. It has been revealed that Leicester City's Faiq Bolkiah is head and shoulders above Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi in the richness game, based on reports. READ: Mkhitaryan wants a permanent move to AS Roma Regardless, let's ...
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Mkhitaryan wants permanent move to AS Roma

Henrikh Mkhitaryan wants to leave Arsenal and make his move to Roma permanent once his loan deal expires. It can be recalled that the Armenian joined the Serie A outfit on a season-long loan from Arsenal in September and has been enjoying life in Italy. Although Roma were not given the option to sign the playmaker at the end of the loan spell, he remains optimistic that something can be done so he can stay put at the club for seasons to come. 'I don't know how long I'm going to stay here,' he said in a chat with Futbol with Grant Wahl podcast. 'I like Rome as a city and AS Roma as a club, I wish I could stay here longer but it's not up to me. CLICK HERE FOR THE BEST FREE DAILY FOOTBALL PREDICTION TIPS  'I'm doing my best, I'm training, I'm learning Italian to improve so let'...