It was a feeling of embarrassment after the Gunners fell to yet another 3-0 home defeat to Aston Villa on Sunday at the Emirates Stadium. It is now their fourth loss of the 2020/2021 Premier League season. It was a match that exposed Arsenal’s problems under Mikel Arteta.
Embarrassment was the highlight of the match on Sunday, as the Gunners were schooled by a fast-paced attacking Villa side, with a vicious attacking trio.
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Jamie Carragher hassaid that Manchester City will win the Champions League. He believes that there wouldn’t be another club like City which wants to win the league. Even though there are many other clubs who are good and efficient, City stands to have more chance of winning it.
Champions League was also suspended along with otter leagues of Europe. The tournament is expected to start from August after the COVID 19 pandemic has started to become less scarce. Premier League is expected to begin from June 17 and everyone is awaiting Liverpool to lift the trophy after three decades. Carragher insists that even though Liverpool is doing well one cannot overlook Pep Guardiola’s men.
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There have been heavy speculations regarding the future of English star Jadon Sancho. Manchester United are keen on completing the transfer of the youngster but Borussia Dortmund are now hoping to keep him for one more term.
The Germans have always insisted that they will sell their star only if the price is right, which is the range of over 100 million pounds. There is a source in the German Bundesliga claiming the club wants the player to extend his time at the club, but the player is resisting as his deal will expire in 2022. Next summer, with only a year on the deal, the German title hopeful would be under pressure to sell Sancho and it would affect their valuation.
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West Ham United is one of the clubs interested in signing Loris Karius of Liverpool at a low fee of just £4.5m. The goalkeeper from Germany is best remembered for all his wrong-doings after making two big blunders in the final match of Champions League 2018 when the Reds lost to Real Madrid by 3-1. Just after that match, he was sent to Besiktas, the Turkish side. He has been on a loan at Besiktas since then.
The 26-year-old footballer has made 54 appearances at the Super Lig. Recently, it has been reported that the Turkish side is not interested to sign Loris Karius for a long-term deal because of his mixed performance in Turkey. He has yet again looked far from sticking to one side and the Turkish side is reluctant to pay £7.25m to him which is necessary to make his move permanent.
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Manchester United manager, Ole Gunnar Soksjear has confirmed winter on loan signing, Odion Ighalo will travel with the squad for Monday’s Premier League clash against Chelsea. He also states that player is in line to make his debut for the club.
Ighalo has been working on a personal fitness programme in Manchester this week, rather than join his new teammates at training camp in Spain.
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It is not every day that Premier League side Everton FC have a Spanish player like Mikel Arteta in their midst.
The current Manchester City assistant spent his best years with the Merseyside club before joining his mentor Pep Guardiola.
After he left Everton tried their luck once more with a talent from the Iberian island and two years down the drain they couldn’t be farther from finding another Mikel Arteta.
If anything, this will teach Everton to appreciate the role chance plays in football no n=matter how modern it becomes.
It is just like saying Everton will get a second Leighton Baines if they scout the lower tiers of English football. Thankfully that never happens and yes, that is why soccer betting is an industry.
It takes some kind of faith whenever a football club triggers the release clause of a player, so special, they can’twait to get him the traditional way. Everton had that kind of tremendous belief in what Ramirez was capable of bringing to the club. They didn’t blink an eye when paying Real Valladolid.
Although that money increasingly looks like a waste on an investment without any returns, Everton fans hopes, one day, Ramirez will kick his stride.
At Everton, the signee has learnt that it is always greener in England when you are in Spain until you transfer to England and suddenly realis=ze that Spain’s fields were always green but maybe he didn’t just water it enough. It may still be fixed but with age no longer on his side, he might have to water the field in England as much as possible.
Crowning it all is the fact that Sandro Ramirez has not scored any goal, in open play, for the past two years.
It remains to be seen how a striker with such a horrible stat can have a future at Everton.