Manchester have joined a list of clubs to have shown interest in signing Southampton left-back Ryan Bertrand this summer, according to Goal. The defender whose contract is set to expire at the end of this season was locked in talks with the Saints over a contract renewal but those talks have reportedly broken down and he is set for a summer exit when the transfer window opens next month.
If Bertrand and Southampton fail to find an agreement before the opening of the transfer window he will be leaving as a free agent and can then talk to any club he would love to join. Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola has reportedly grown frustrated with his current starting left-back Benjamin Mendy and wants to replace the French defender this summer. The Spanish manager has now identified Bertrand as the ideal replacement for Mendy who could be on his way out of the starting team or even the club this summer. Continue reading “CITY JOIN RACE TO SIGN BERTRAND FROM SOUTHAMPTON”
The pressure to escape relegation from the Premier League is back on Newcastle United after West Brom defeated Southampton to close the gap on them on the log.
Newcastle United had eased the pressure of relegation with a comeback win at the home of Burnley on Sunday afternoon. The Magpies defeated their hosts 2-1 to move six points clear of the relegation zone ahead of the final seven games of the season. Continue reading “PREMIER LEAGUE: PRESSURE BACK ON NEWCASTLE”
Former Manchester United goalkeeper and the club’s academy product Sam Johnstone has revealed the reason he decided to leave Old Trafford. The goalkeeper now plays for Premier League outfit West Bromwich Albion and says he does not have any regrets after choosing to quit the Red Devils and securing a move away from the club. He made the decision to leave the club back in 2018 and has not looked back ever since.
Speaking in an interview with Manchester Evening News (MEN), Johnstone revealed how he arrived at the decision following his inability to get enough game time at United. The decision has proven to be the best one he could have made, however, judging by how much of an important player he has been for West Brom since moving to the Hawthorns. Continue reading “FORMER UNITED GOALKEEPER REVEALS WHY HE LEFT THE CLUB”
Chelsea boss Thomas Tuchel will reportedly be handed a transfer war chest of up to a whopping £260 million to bring in new players to the club and the scouting team has already commenced work in search of the kind of players the German manager wants to recruit to the club.
Roman Abramovic, Chelsea owner, released enough funds as the Blues splashed the cash on a couple of players in the summer, including the likes of Timo Werner from Leipzig, Kai Havertz from Bayer Leverkusen, Hakim Ziyech from Ajax, Edouard Mendy from Rennes, Ben Chilwell from Leicester City, including Thiago Silva who they signed on a free transfer after his contract expired at Paris Saint-Germain Continue reading “List: Chelsea’s Top Five Transfer Targets In The Summer”
Manchester United midfielder Bruno Fernandes finished his debut year at Old Trafford on a high note on Tuesday night. The Portuguese midfielder played his last Premier League match of 2020 against Wolverhampton Wanderers – the same team against which he made his Red Devils debut.
Even if Fernandes is having a bad game, he still turns up and provides the goods in the match from nowhere and out of nothing, and it was the same story for the midfield magician as he helped United seal a slender 1-0 victory over their Premier League rivals at Old Trafford.