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MessagePosté le: Sam 7 Avr - 09:59 (2018)    Sujet du message: AC Milan set for transfer battle with Juventus over exit-see Répondre en citant

 
sbo666 Having endured a difficult time at Barcelona, AC Milan and Juventus are reportedly keeping a close eye on Andre Gomes amid reports that he wants to leave.

The Portuguese international joined the Catalan giants in 2016 having impressed for both Valencia and his country, but he hasn’t been able to replicate that form and influence at the Nou Camp.

While he has made 75 appearances in all competitions in just over 18 months, which suggests that he has played a key role, he’s struggled to establish himself in the starting line-up on a regular basis under either former boss Luis Enrique or current coach Ernesto Valverde.

In turn, as noted by Mundo Deportivo, that has led to suggestions in Spain that he will ask to leave Barcelona this summer, with Calciomercato adding that has alerted both Milan and Juventus to his situation despite those aforementioned struggles. sbo666

What is clear though is that both Italian giants need midfield reinforcements. From a Milan perspective, Gennaro Gattuso has relied heavily on favoured trio Giacomo Bonaventura, Lucas Biglia and Franck Kessie this season.

With a lack of quality depth behind them, brutally exposed by the fact that veteran Riccardo Montolivo has emerged as the first alternative, the Rossoneri need to strengthen in that department if they wish to compete on various fronts moving forward.

For Juve, they’ve been heavily linked with a move for Liverpool midfielder Emre Can, as noted by The Sun, who is set to become a free agent this summer when his contract expires.

In the event that they perhaps fail to land his signature, they could switch their focus elsewhere and so that’s where the reported interest in Gomes makes sense.

It’s arguably a move that will suit all parties as Barca could look to reinvest his fee back into the squad to strengthen themselves, but while much is still up in the air, perhaps the only certainty is that the Portuguese midfielder would be better off securing a fresh start elsewhere as he simply hasn’t got going at Barcelona. sbo666
 


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Chelsea sink Swansea as Southampton boost survival hopes, while Liverpool keep winning: Premier League predictions

 
wwwpic5678 We are into the final three weeks of the Premier League season. While Manchester City may have already wrapped up the league title, there is plenty still at stake as sides fight for top-four spots and to avoid relegation. Here is a look at what to watch out for and predictions on the match outcomes.

Liverpool 3 Stoke City 0
Saturday, 3.30pm
Why? While Liverpool are likely to make a few changes with one eye on the second leg of their Uefa Champions League semi-final with Roma they will almost certainly have too much for relegation-threatened Stoke. Whatever side Jurgen Klopp puts out should pick up the three points and push Stoke a step closer to relegation.

Burnley 2 Brighton and Hove Albion 0
Saturday, 6pm
Why? Burnley have had a strong end to the season and with forwards Ashley Barnes and Chris Wood in terrific form they will be surprised if they don’t consign Brighton to a pointless afternoon at Turf Moor.

Crystal Palace 2 Leicester City 1
Saturday, 6pm
Why? Palace are closing to securing survival in the Premier League, an impressive feat given they lost their opening seven games. Wilfried Zaha had a frustrating afternoon at Watford last weekend and he can bounce back here as he helps his side effectively clinch safety.

Huddersfield Town 1 Everton 1
Saturday, 6pm
Why? Huddersfield are another side who are almost safe but could do with a couple more points to secure it. David Wagner’s men should pick another point up here against an Everton side who will be dangerous on the break with the pace of Theo Walcott. wwwpic5678

Newcastle United 2 West Bromwich Albion 0
Saturday, 6pm
Why? Newcastle’s fine run of form, which has clinched survival, came to an end at Everton on Monday. But with Ayoze Perez on a good run in front of goal they will expect to bounce back and relegate West Brom to the Championship in the process.

Southampton 2 Bournemouth 1
Saturday, 6pm
Why? This is a must win for Southampton if they are to have any chance of staying up. They were well beaten by Chelsea in the FA Cup semi-final last weekend, but Charlie Austin looked a threat in attack and if he can repeat that form against Bournemouth then there may be hope for the Saints after all.

Swansea City 1 Chelsea 2
Saturday, 8.30pm
Why? Swansea’s good mid-season streak of results seems a long time ago now and playing a Chelsea side who appear rejuvenated is not good news for them. Olivier Giroud scored a terrific goal in the FA Cup semi-final last weekend and he can keep Swansea embroiled in the relegation zone here as Antonio Conte's men keep their push to catch Tottenham Hotspur for fourth place alive.

West Ham United 0 Manchester City 4
Sunday, 4.30pm
Why? If the Premier League clubs were hoping that City would ease off now they are champions their 5-0 rout of Swansea last weekend answered that question. Sergio Aguero may be out for the rest of the season but in Gabriel Jesus, Raheem Sterling, Leroy Sane and Kevin De Bruyne, City have more than enough goal power to sink West Ham. wwwpic5678
 

 


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MessagePosté le: Mer 30 Mai - 07:34 (2018)    Sujet du message: Are Everton under pressure to close deal for Lucas Torreira Répondre en citant

Are Everton under pressure to close deal for Lucas Torreira within two weeks?

 
wwwpic5678 Everton are eyeing a move to sign Lucas Torreira, according to Calciomercato. Torreira has a fixed release clause of £22 million in his contract at Sampdoria, capping his price. With the World Cup on the horizon, that is a release, but Everton cannot afford to wait.

wwwpic5678 Torreira is hoping to feature in Uruguay's side, and if he does, then interest in him will rise. The Toffees will find the competition for his signature more intense, and strong performances will help Torreira be able to command higher wages.
 

With this in mind, if Everton want to move for Torreira, they need to try and close a deal now, before the World Cup kicks off. This gives the Toffees a fortnight to try and get the deal done, or risk paying more to him on a weekly basis, or missing out altogether. What they must consider is whether the Uruguayan is worth it. wwwpic5678
 


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