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Your morning is European…the Vinicius crisis…good news for Barcelona

Your morning is European…the Vinicius crisis…good news for Barcelona

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Your Morning is European is a daily morning report that follows for the esteemed visitors of Yallakora the most famous headlines that appeared in the major European newspapers, whether in English, Spanish, Italian, French or German.

english press
Daily Mail
Lampard sacked

English club Everton has decided to fire Frank Lampard, the team’s coach, a year after he was appointed as the team’s coach, due to poor results.

Farhad Moshiri, the owner of the Everton club, contacted Lampard by phone, informing him of his dismissal as coach of the team.

Marcelo Bielsa, the former Leeds United manager, is the frontrunner to take over as Everton manager, succeeding Lampard.

The sun
Date of Jesus’ return

Brazil star Gabriel Jesus has revealed the date of his return to the stadiums after picking up an injury with his country at the World Cup.

Jesus told Khabib Nurmagomedov, a UFC player who was in attendance to watch the Arsenal vs Manchester United match, that he would be back to compete within 5 weeks.

The Guardian
trauma inflicted

West Ham new signing Danny Ings will be out for several weeks with the injury he picked up in his first game with the team.

Engels will miss at least West Ham’s next two games against Newcastle United and Chelsea in the English Premier League.

Spanish press
dem
Rival of Real Madrid

According to reports in the press, Manchester City are Real Madrid’s strongest rivals in negotiations to sign Borussia Dortmund star Jude Bellingham.

There has recently been a battle between Liverpool and Real Madrid to sign the 19-year-old Englishman, but no one has been interested in Manchester City’s desire to join the race.

The Times of Vinicius

Marca newspaper highlighted Vinicius Junior’s escalating crisis at Real Madrid following his return from the 2022 World Cup.

And Marca newspaper have headlined the Vinicius crisis with Vinicius in focus as there has been an alarming state of affairs at Real Madrid over the Brazilian recently and his concern with the provocations he is exposed to by opposition fans and players in every match.

Good news for Barcelona

Catalan newspaper Mundo Deportivo have revealed the position of three players in Barcelona’s first team ahead of their Copa del Rey quarter-final clash with Real Sociedad.

According to the report, Barcelona coach Xavi has received good news ahead of the match against Real Sociedad, despite the departure of the team’s defender Andreas Christensen early at half-time in the last game.

Italian press
Calcio Mercato
AC Milan are competing with Tottenham for Zaniolo’s signature

AC Milan are ready to make an offer to Roma for Nicolo Zaniolo, who is also a top target for Tottenham.

The Italian striker, who has 18 months left on his contract with Roma, explained that he wants to leave the club this month as he is unhappy with the state of his contract and his relationship with the fans.
Milan are watching their counterpart Tottenham closely as they prepare to make a concrete offer for Zaniolo and are confident of his ability to win the race and seal a deal for the Roma striker.

Tutu Mercato
Giulini approaches Naples

Pierluigi Giulini is set to join Napoli and is expected to undergo a medical at the club later this week.

Giulni is one step away from joining Napoli and is expected to undergo his medical at the club on Wednesday, potentially available for the Partenopi’s next game against Roma.

Giulini will play a back-up role for Alex Merritt at Napoli as the team continue to top the Serie A table.

german press
Kicker
Wolfsburg gave up their top scorer

Reports in the press suggest that Wolfsburg could waive Paulo Ottavio, a player in the squad, following a serious injury he picked up in the last period.

Wolfsburg are currently looking to sign a new striker during the ongoing winter transfer window in order to strengthen the squad next term.

dba
Cologne signs a St. Pauli player

German football club Köln announced today, Monday, that they have signed St. Pauli player Liert Baccarada to join Köln next season.

Kosovo international Baccarada will join Köln from second-division side St. Pauli on a free transfer after his current contract expires, having signed a contract with Köln until 2026.

“Lirt has performed at consistently high levels in the second division in recent years, especially when moving the ball,” Cologne managing director Christian Keller said in a statement.

He added: “If he continues to develop his defensive performance, he can become an integral part and help us.”

French press
L’Equipe
The Lyon star is closing in on the Spanish league

Reports in the press have revealed that Spanish side Sevilla are in talks with Lyon, France to sign Adelaide’s Geoff Rene in the current winter transfer window.

Sevilla are looking to sign Jeff Rennie on loan from Adelaide, in light of the player’s efforts to be more involved in recent terms, with the option to permanently activate the buyout clause.

Le Parisien
The Inter goalkeeper is closing in on the French league

Auxerre are close to signing former Cremonese and Inter Milan goalkeeper Jonot Radu in the current winter transfer window.

Auxerre are looking to compensate for the departure of their goalkeeper Benoit Costel, so the two sides have agreed to move Jonot Radu on loan until the end of the season.




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