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Posté le: Sam 19 Mai - 10:28 (2018) Sujet du message: Wolves can prove their ambition by reportedly breaking goalk
Wolves can prove their ambition by reportedly breaking goalkeeper transfer record
wwwpic5678Wolverhampton Wanderers could take the Premier League by storm and are targeting Stoke City's Jack Butland and Sporting Lisbon's Rui Patricio. With bottomless funds provided by their billionaire Chinese owners, and connections to Jorge Mendes giving the club access to a whole new level of transfer targets, Wolves appear to be a club with a blank canvass who can go as far as they want.
In an interview on the club’s official website, sporting director Kevin Thelwell stated that Wolves’ aims for next season are not simply survival. The Championship winners, in their first top flight campaign for six years, want to push on and establish themselves as a top half club as soon as possible. And breaking the world record for a goalkeeping transfer would be one surefire way to show that Wolves mean business.
As it stands, the most expensive goalkeeper in footballing history is Ederson, who Manchester City bought for £35 million last summer from Benfica. But early reports ahead of the summer window suggest that Wolves could be willing to pay even more for a new number one. wwwpic5678
The Express stated that they were keen to sign Stoke City’s Jack Butland for £35 million, though current Potters boss Paul Lambert believes it would take far more than that to convince the club to sell. Wolves, however, would probably have no trouble raising their offer.
They are also keen on Sporting Lisbon’s Portuguese ace Rui Patricio, who has a release clause of around £40 million (A Bola, front page, 9th May). If Wolves show they can pull off one of these money-spinning deals, a top half Premier League finish could be the least of their ambitions. wwwpic5678
Posté le: Lun 16 Juil - 04:58 (2018) Sujet du message: Trouble erupts in Paris following France's World Cup win
Trouble erupts in Paris following France's World Cup win
maxbetPolice used tear gas as violence erupted in Paris following France's World Cup win over Croatia on Sunday night.Windows were broken on the Champs Elysees, and objects including bottles and chairs were thrown at police officers who responded by using tear gas.
About 30 people, many wearing ski masks, broke into the Publicis Drugstore and later left with bottles of wine and champagne, some smiling and filming themselves with cellphones.As hundreds of thousands of revellers gradually left the famous avenue, police used water cannon to disperse remaining troublemakers at around 11:30 pm.
maxbet Elsewhere in France, authorities said clashes erupted in the southern city of Lyon between police and about 100 youths who had climbed on top of a police vehicle at an open-air showing of the match in the city centre.
Police fired tear gas to disperse the youths who responded by throwing objects and setting rubbish bins on fire, with the unrest causing some stampeding.Ten people were arrested in Marseille, where two members of the security forces were injured in clashes, a police spokesman said. maxbet
Posté le: Mar 11 Sep - 07:55 (2018) Sujet du message: Liverpool news: Reds set for transfer war with Manchester Ci
Liverpool news: Reds set for transfer war with Manchester City over Piotr Zielinski
beer777MANCHESTER CITY and Liverpool are reportedly both prepared to battle it out for Napoli midfielder Piotr Zielinski’s services. Zielinski only recently signed a new long-term deal with the Serie A outfit that has a £107million release clause inserted into his contract.
Napoli are desperate to keep hold of their main stars with Dries Mertens and Kalidou Koulibaly also in line for big pay rises. Despite the new deal for Zielinski, Italian outlet Calciomercato claim Liverpool and City are hopeful they can claw the Polish midfielder away from Napoli.
It is said Real Madrid are also eyeing a move for the player, who has previously beer777 been compared to Juventus legend Pavel Nedved. The 24-year-old’s versatility would be welcome for any suitor as he can play in a variety of positions.
Liverpool are still looking to add a more creative influence in the middle of their park even though they brought in Naby Keita during the last transfer window. Manchester City, meanwhile, only added Riyad Mahrez to their squad over the summer and Pep Guardiola may be eager to add more fresh faces to his squad.
Zielinski earned high praise from his former Napoli team-mate Jorginho last weekend during Italy’s 1-1 draw with Poland in the UEFA Nations League clash. He said: “Zielinski chased me around the pitch the whole time and wasn't really paying attention to the rest of it.
"In the second half he came out because he could not take beer777 it anymore and those who replaced him continued to play only on me. "When you have a man who does not watch the game and only looks at you, you can only try to make room for your team-mates.