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19 things we loved this wkend: Sancho, Pogba, Tuchel, Lewandowski – PF - planet football

19 things we loved this wkend: Sancho, Pogba, Tuchel, Lewandowski – PF

Hartlepool's Rhys Oates did his finest Lionel Messi impression during their 4-2 defeat against Maidenhead United in the National League. The post 19 things we loved this wkend: Sancho, Pogba, Tuchel, Lewandowski – PF appeared first on TEAMtalk.
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Bruno Fernandes urges Man Utd to sign duo before he commits to new deal - team talk

Bruno Fernandes urges Man Utd to sign duo before he commits to new deal

There's a growing belief around Old Trafford that Fernandes will commit to a new deal - but first he reportedly wants two players signed The post Bruno Fernandes urges Man Utd to sign duo before he commits to new deal appeared first on TEAMtalk.
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Worried Solskjaer makes ‘unheard of’ claim, as Maguire injury details emerge

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has offered an initial diagnosis on Harry Maguire's worrying-looking injury for Man Utd The post Worried Solskjaer makes ‘unheard of’ claim, as Maguire injury details emerge appeared first on TEAMtalk.
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Tyson Fury reacts to Canelo Alvarez win and sends message to Billy Joe Saunders - metro

Tyson Fury reacts to Canelo Alvarez win and sends message to Billy Joe Saunders

The Gypsy King has slammed anyone hating on his fellow Brit.
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Glazers tipped to sensationally cave in as Man Utd owners on big condition

The American businessmen have faced further calls to leave the club after the European Super League fiasco The post Glazers tipped to sensationally cave in as Man Utd owners on big condition appeared first on TEAMtalk.
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Nicolas Pepe savaged by pundit who claims another Arsenal star embarrasses him - team talk

Nicolas Pepe savaged by pundit who claims another Arsenal star embarrasses him

The Ivorian may have scored an excellent goal against West Brom, but he's been told he can learn plenty from another Gunners star The post Nicolas Pepe savaged by pundit who claims another Arsenal star embarrasses him appeared first on TEAMtalk.
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‘This guy is incredible’ – Alan Shearer hails ‘absolutely magnificent’ Man Utd star Edinson Cavani - metro

‘This guy is incredible’ – Alan Shearer hails ‘absolutely magnificent’ Man Utd star Edinson Cavani

'He's been doing it for years.'
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Mikel Arteta admits move he was forced in to gave Arsenal ‘a lot of joy’ - team talk

Mikel Arteta admits move he was forced in to gave Arsenal ‘a lot of joy’

Emile Smith Rowe also spoke to the press, and lauded what is likely to become a critically important partnership in Arsenal's near future. The post Mikel Arteta admits move he was forced in to gave Arsenal ‘a lot of joy’ appeared first on TEAMtalk.
team talk - 12 hours ago
Allardyce reveals the ‘real problem’ behind ill-fated West Brom campaign - team talk

Allardyce reveals the ‘real problem’ behind ill-fated West Brom campaign

Kyle Bartley also spoke to the press, and revealed precisely where West Brom's attentions now lay after their relegation to the second tier. The post Allardyce reveals the ‘real problem’ behind ill-fated West Brom campaign appeared first on TEAMtalk.
team talk - 12 hours ago
Arsenal young guns seal West Brom fate, as Baggies set unwanted relegation record - team talk

Arsenal young guns seal West Brom fate, as Baggies set unwanted relegation record

A pair of Arsenal youngsters were the architects as West Brom tied Norwich City for the joint-most Premier League relegations at five. The post Arsenal young guns seal West Brom fate, as Baggies set unwanted relegation record appeared first on TEAMtalk.
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Mbappe decision to leave Liverpool future of Salah hanging in the balance - team talk

Mbappe decision to leave Liverpool future of Salah hanging in the balance

The immediate future of PSG superstar Kylian Mbappe could have a direct bearing on where Mohamed Salah will soon be playing his football. The post Mbappe decision to leave Liverpool future of Salah hanging in the balance appeared first on TEAMtalk.
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Dean Smith slams ‘pathetic’ decision to award Pogba penalty: ‘Sterling had 4 or 5 touches on him’ vs Chelsea - 101 great goals

Dean Smith slams ‘pathetic’ decision to award Pogba penalty: ‘Sterling had 4 or 5 touches on him’ vs Chelsea

 Aston Villa boss Dean Smith has this evening revealed his disillusionment with the spot-kick awarded to Manchester United earlier today.Cavani rounds out the scoringSmith and co. of course welcomed the Red Devils to Villa Park this afternoon.The Claret and Blue headed into proceedings with little to play for, having long seen their European ambitions brought […]
101 great goals - 13 hours ago
Moyes reacts to Solskjaer claims; states West Ham star ‘has a lot to learn’ - team talk

Moyes reacts to Solskjaer claims; states West Ham star ‘has a lot to learn’

Moyes claimed a huge signing still "has a lot to learn", and responded to claims by Solskjaer that could have a huge bearing on their season The post Moyes reacts to Solskjaer claims; states West Ham star ‘has a lot to learn’ appeared first on TEAMtalk.
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Arsenal’s Cedric Soares dropped after being ‘pencilled in’ for West Brom start/Reiss Nelson spotted in stands - 101 great goals

Arsenal’s Cedric Soares dropped after being ‘pencilled in’ for West Brom start/Reiss Nelson spotted in stands

 Info on some of those to have missed out on a spot in Arsenal’s matchday squad to face West Bromwich Albion has been forthcoming online.West Brom showdownMikel Arteta’s men are of course locked in Premier League action with the Baggies at the Emirates.The matchup, in truth, is of little importance to either side, with Arsenal’s […]
101 great goals - 14 hours ago
Ajax competing with Manchester United for Kamaldeen Sulemana - 101 great goals

Ajax competing with Manchester United for Kamaldeen Sulemana

A report from England over the weekend has credited Manchester United with an interest in Kamaldeen Sulemana.Who is Kamaldeen Sulemana?Kamaldeen Sulemana made the move to current club FC Nordsjaelland in February of 2020.The 19-year-old would join the Danish outfit on a free transfer after departing his home country of Ghana.Despite his limited experience, Sulemana has […]
101 great goals - 14 hours ago
Carlo Ancelotti lauds return of key qualities Everton are ‘dead’ without - team talk

Carlo Ancelotti lauds return of key qualities Everton are ‘dead’ without

Calvert-Lewin also declared this victory has already been put in the rear-view mirror when asked about their European aspirations. The post Carlo Ancelotti lauds return of key qualities Everton are ‘dead’ without appeared first on TEAMtalk.
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Rhys Williams lauds Liverpool star for ‘finally’ listening to training advice - team talk

Rhys Williams lauds Liverpool star for ‘finally’ listening to training advice

The young centre-back has hailed his Liverpool colleague for displaying his confidence in the 2-0 win over Southampton on Saturday The post Rhys Williams lauds Liverpool star for ‘finally’ listening to training advice appeared first on TEAMtalk.
team talk - 14 hours ago
Arsenal boost as new suitor emerges for sidelined Matteo Guendouzi - 101 great goals

Arsenal boost as new suitor emerges for sidelined Matteo Guendouzi

 A new suitor has emerged in the hunt for on-loan Arsenal midfielder Matteo Guendouzi, according to reports in France.Hertha stintGuendouzi was of course granted permission to depart Arsenal last summer.This came with the Frenchman having been frozen out by Mikel Arteta, after being accused of taunting Brighton’s stars over finances during a defeat at the Amex back […]
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Man United to offer Bruno Fernandes new contract after Europa League final - 101 great goals

Man United to offer Bruno Fernandes new contract after Europa League final

Bruno Fernandes impressing with Man UnitedThe signing of Bruno Fernandes has proven to be one of the best bits of business Manchester United have done in years.The Portuguese arrived at Old Trafford from Sporting CP in January of 2020, and has since gone on to completely dominate the English top-flight.Fernandes, of course, played a key role in […]
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Calvert-Lewin deals West Ham CL hopes huge blow in critical Everton defeat - team talk

Calvert-Lewin deals West Ham CL hopes huge blow in critical Everton defeat

The Champions League aspirations of West Ham suffered a major blow after succumbing to a damaging defeat against Everton in East London. The post Calvert-Lewin deals West Ham CL hopes huge blow in critical Everton defeat appeared first on TEAMtalk.
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team talk
Talented Real Betis man gives positive response to replacing Leeds regular

Talented Real Betis man gives positive response to replacing Leeds regular

team talk - 2 weeks ago

Alex Moreno has responded to our exclusive which revealed the Real Betis star was a summer target for Marcelo Bielsa as Leeds United search for a replacement for Gjanni Alioski.

Alioski has played 32 times for Leeds this season and is very much a trusted member of Bielsas side. However, the versatile star is out of contract in just under three months time. Talks over an extension at Leeds have been going on for some time. However, an agreement over a new deal has yet to be reached and he’s been linked with a move to Galatasaray.

As such, Leeds have made the signing of a new left-back one of their transfer priorities this summer. The likes of Patrick van Aanholt – available on a free himself as his Crystal Palace deal nears a conclusion – has been linked.

However, Leeds are also looking to Spain. Indeed our exclusive last week revealed an interest in Real Betis Moreno.

The 27-year-old can play anywhere down the left and is a target for a number of Premier League clubs, including West Ham.

Moreno has played 23 La Liga games this season, notching two assists. 

Now Moreno has been asked about the interest from Leeds and admitted his agent has made him aware of the links.

And the player, speaking to BeIN Sports, seemed flattered by the interest.

“It is true that they have called my agent, big clubs, but I dont know anything,” he said.

“Im focused on finishing LaLiga by qualifying for Europe with Betis.

“My agent has told me to focus on Betis, on the games that remain. It is the task of the agents.

“(But) it is a source of pride that big clubs notice me.”

Moreno has a 35m exit clause in his contract. And while that’s more than Leeds would be willing to spend, it’s thought Betis could allow him to leave for a fee of around 15m (£13m).


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Leeds face competition for Forest star

Burnley and Brentford have reportedly joined Leeds in the chase to sign highly-rated Nottingham Forest and Wales attacking midfielder Brennan Johnson.

The 19-year-old has been an everpresent while on loan at high-flying League One side Lincoln City this season. His eye-catching performances have caught the attention of a number of top clubs, along with the Wales national team selectors.

Johnson already has two senior caps to his name and made his Wales debut against the USA back in November.

Brennan Johnson TEAMtalk

While he is expected to head back to Forest this summer, it may not be for too long. The Atheltic claims that Burnley, Brentford and another unnamed Premier League side all want the youngster.

The same source claimed back in January that Leeds wanted the player. To that end, its fair to suggest that Bielsas men are still keen.

Forest boss Chris Hughton is expected to give Johnson a chance to prove himself in the first season next season.

He said recently, when asked if Johnson can make a name for himself at the City Ground: I hope so. He is an offensive player, he is our player and he has done what we have asked him to.

There are no guarantees that he will do it at the next level up. But he has put himself in a really good position. In any conversation that I have with him, the message would be that he could not have done any more than he has.”

It’s reported that Johnson could command a fee of £10m were he to move on.

READ MOREDamning report highlights major Bielsa concerns over Robin Koch

 

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