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Felix to Chelsea
Chelsea FC have reached a verbal agreement with Atletico Madrid to sign star player Joao Felix on a 6-month loan.
Chelsea have beaten Arsenal and Manchester United to an agreement with Atletico Madrid to sign the Portuguese on loan for £9.6m.
Chelsea are looking forward to making more deals in the January 2023 winter transfer window to improve the conditions of manager Graham Potter’s side in the English Premier League.
Hazard is in talks with Real Madrid
Belgium’s Eden Hazard will soon hold talks with Real Madrid management to determine his future in light of his departure from Italian coach Carlo Ancelotti’s technical accounts.
The 32-year-old’s name is on the table with Chelsea and Newcastle United, but he wants to stay in the Spanish capital, perhaps only until the summer of 2023.
Bale retires from football
Welshman Gareth Bale has announced his retirement from football at the age of 33 after a career spanning almost 17 years.
Bale, who won 5 Champions League titles with Real Madrid, also played for Southampton and Tottenham Hotspur in the English Premier League and FC Los Angeles.
Perez almost saved Bale
Welshman Gareth Bale, the former Real Madrid and Los Angeles star, announced his final retirement from football yesterday, Monday.
Florentino Perez, the president of Real Madrid, could have prevented this decision by signing Bale and bringing him back to the royal ranks so that football does not lose a player like Bale while he can still perform at impressive levels.
An obstacle in Joao’s way
Reports in the Spanish press have revealed that Atletico Madrid have decided not to complete the loan deal for Portugal’s Joao Felix to Chelsea unless he extends his contract by a year.
And reports have confirmed that the Spanish club want to ensure the player is in their ranks for a longer period.
Penalty to Torres
Spanish newspapers have revealed the expected punishment for Barcelona striker Ferran Torres.
Ferran will most likely be suspended for two or three games in La Liga and will be able to play in the Spanish Super Cup.
Liao criticizes fake news
AC Milan’s Italian footballer Rafael Leao has denied asking for €10m on top of a huge commission to extend his contract with the Rossoneri, labeling it fake news.
Multiple reports in Italy claim that AC Milan have offered the player a new deal worth €7 million a year, including add-ons.
Liao joined Milan for €30m in 2019 and scored 35 goals in 137 games for the defending champions.
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Doubts about Hakan’s involvement
Inter Milan’s Hakan Calhanoglu is a doubt for his side’s next clash on January 18 with a thigh injury.
The Turkey international picked up the injury during the draw against Monza and he and Nicolo Barella will undergo medicals just hours later.
And Inter’s medical staff fear the former AC Milan midfielder will miss next week’s AC Milan match.
Hugo Lloris retires
Hugo Lloris, goalkeeper for the French national team and English club Tottenham, has announced his retirement from international football after leading the Roosters since 2010.
Hugo Lloris, 36, has played 145 international matches with the French national team, his biggest achievement being winning the World Cup in 2018.
Hugo Lloris made his international debut on 19 November 2008 when the Roosters met Uruguay at the Stade de France in a goalless draw.
Malinowski joins Marseille
Ruslan Malinovski, a player from Italian club Atalanta, has joined on loan with a buyout clause.
The Ukrainian international arrived in France on Monday evening, undergoing a medical ahead of the official announcement of his contract with Marseille in the current winter transfer window.
Muller wants to continue with the German national team
Thomas Müller, who won the 2014 FIFA World Cup with the German national team, has expressed his desire to continue participating with the German national team as long as he is called up, which could include his presence on the roster for the upcoming European Cup of Nations (Euro 2024) planned in Germany.
Muller told reporters today, Monday, at Bayern Munich’s training camp in Qatar that he would not “artificially” end his career with the German national team.
Müller said: “I will be available to the German national team as long as they need me during my professional career as a footballer,” adding that the final decision rests with national team coach Hansi Flick.
He continued: “I don’t feel that I will retire from international football at a time when the national team needs me. I can deal with the problem of not being called up even if I want to participate … You have to be the coach who decides to participate, the time and how.”
Musse leaves Bochum, Germany
French striker Lis Musse has left Bochum just six months after joining the German side without playing a game.
Bochum explained Meuse’s departure from the team for disciplinary reasons.
Moussa joined Bochum on a free transfer last summer on a contract that has been extended until 2024, following the end of his contract with Sheffield United in England.
And Bochum tweeted via his account on social media network Twitter today, Monday, via his camp in southern Spain, that Meuse “will only take part in individual training sessions to give him the opportunity to find a new club”.
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