Timo Werner will not play in Champions League ahead of Chelsea move

Timo Werner will not play in Champions League ahead of Chelsea move
Timo Werner will not play in Champions League ahead of Chelsea move

Timo Werner will not play in Champions League ahead of Chelsea move. RB Leipzig striker set to join Chelsea this summer with deal agreed in principle.

Timo Werner will not play in Champions League matches for RB Leipzig this August ahead of his expected move to Chelsea.

Lisbon will host the quarter-finals, semi-finals and final of the Champions League between August 12-23. The Bundesliga side still involved in the competition following a 4-0 aggregate win over Tottenham before football went into lockdown due to the coronavirus pandemic.

Germany international Werner is set to leave Leipzig and join Chelsea this summer, with a deal in principle already agreed.

Sky in Germany expects Werner to officially become a Chelsea player in the middle of July before taking three or four weeks off ahead of the 2020-21 season.

The UEFA Executive Committee will hold a meeting on Wednesday. They will approve a condensed new Champions League tournament played across 12 days.

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Government says Premier League neutral venues if fans congregate

Government says Premier League neutral venues if fans congregate
Government says Premier League neutral venues if fans congregate

Government says Premier League neutral venues if fans congregate.

Nigel Huddleston MP: “We still have COVID-19, this is not life as normal. I know the vast majority of football supporters will behave… everybody knows they have a responsibility here”

Sports minister Nigel Huddleston has told Sky Sports News that should football fans congregate outside home stadiums when the Premier League returns, the Government would bring back the option of using neutral venues to complete some 2019/20 season fixtures.

“The fans, we need them to follow passionately and follow from your home. Please do so responsibly.”

“We still have COVID-19, this is not life as normal. I know the vast majority of football supporters will behave.”

“We absolutely want to make sure that [fans turning up at stadia] is avoided, and individual fans and clubs and everybody knows they have a responsibility here.”

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Newcastle prepare to spend €135m for Ciro Immobile

Newcastle prepare to spend €135m for Ciro Immobile
Newcastle prepare to spend €135m for Ciro Immobile

Newcastle prepare to spend €135m for Ciro Immobile.

Newcastle are, according to La Gazzetta dello Sport, ready to spend €135m in total to get Lazio star Ciro Immobile.

His contract at Lazio expires in June 2023. But reports in Italian media have claimed he is in for a bumper new deal at the Olimpico this summer.

The newspaper claims the Arab backers, who are currently waiting for the approval from the Premier League to buy the Magpies, have already contacted Immobile’s representatives to present their intentions.

Immobile will, according to the report, get a five-year deal with a net salary of €8m (€16m a year gross). Moreover, He will have a transfer fee of €55m to the Biancocelesti.

Lazio President Claudio Lotito wants to fend off any possible suitors by extending the forward’s contract until 2025. He will offer €4m a year.

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English Premier League Fixtures 17-21 June 2020

English Premier League Fixtures 17-21 June 2020
English Premier League Fixtures 17-21 June 2020

English Premier League Fixtures 17-21 June 2020. The Premier League 2019-20 season will restart on Wednesday, June 17 since the coronavirus pandemic.

All Fixtures for this weekend are here as Liverpool could guarantee the title for the first time in 3 decades if Manchester City lose Arsenal and they can beat the Merseyside rival on sunday.

Note: BST time

English Premier League Fixtures 17 June 2020

Aston Villa vs Sheffield United 18:00

Manchester City vs Arsenal 20:15

English Premier League Fixtures 19 June 2020

Norwich City vs Southampton 18:00

Tottenham Hotspur vs Manchester United 20:15

English Premier League Fixtures 20 June 2020

Watford vs Leicester City 12:30

Brighton vs Arsenal 15:00

West Ham United vs Wolverhampton Wanderers 17:30

Bournemouth vs Crystal Palace 19:45

English Premier League Fixtures 21 June 2020

Newcastle United vs Sheffield United 14:00

Aston Villa vs Chelsea 16:15

Everton vs Liverpool 19:00

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Napoli set €100m price tags on Koulibaly and Fabian

Napoli set €100m price tags on Koulibaly and Fabian
Napoli set €100m price tags on Koulibaly and Fabian

Napoli set €100m price tags on Koulibaly and Fabian. President Aurelio De Laurentiis has claimed he will only listen to the right offer.

Kalidou Koulibaly and Fabian Ruiz are target for european giants and could move away from Napoli.

The Senegalese defender Koulibaly is a target for the giants in Europe, with Manchester United and Paris Saint-Germain chasing the centre-back.

The influential midfielder Fabian has been a target for the two Spanish giants Real Madrid and Barcelona in recent weeks. But De Laurentiis insisted that he doesn’t have to sell either of them unless he will get the right amount.

“Fabian still has three years on his contract, Koulibaly two. Where’s the problem?” ADL told Il Corriere dello Sport.

“If Manchester City or United, or PSG show up with €100m. I would think about it and it’s probable that they would leave, but always with the certainty that they want to leave. An offer of €60m, I won’t even consider”

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Man City great David Silva close on Qatar move this summer

Man City great David Silva close on Qatar move
Man City great David Silva close on Qatar move

Man City great David Silva close on Qatar move this summer after 10 glorious years and many trophy victories, according to reports.

Manchester City great David Silva is edging towards a move to Qatar club Al-Duhail when the season finally concludes at the end of the season.

Although his contract was initially due to expire at the end of June. The Spaniard has agreed to stay past that date in order to complete the campaign following the coronavirus-induced suspension.

Although he won’t get the goodbye he deserves. It’s unlikely that fans will be able to return to stadiums any time soon. That hasn’t changed Silva’s mind on his departure.

The Blues’ captain has been linked with moves to Italian giants AC Milan, a final swansong in his native Spain and a switch to David Beckham’s Inter Miami.

A reunion with former international teammate Xavi, who manages Qatari side Al Sadd, has also appeared in the media. But, according to Mundo Deportivo, he will join their rivals Al-Duhail instead.

Al-Duhail have former Juventus duo Medhi Benatia and Mario Mandzukic in their side. The Spanish outlet claimed that ‘everything indicates’ towards Silva joining them.

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Jack Grealish makes final Manchester United transfer decision

Jack Grealish makes final Manchester United transfer decision
Jack Grealish makes final Manchester United transfer decision

Jack Grealish makes final Manchester United transfer decision as Ed Woodward prepares £75m move, according to reports.

Jack Grealish is desperate to join Manchester United this summer. Moreover, he has decided to leave Aston Villa regardless of whether or not they avoid relegation from the Premier League.

Grealish has emerged as one of United’s top targets ahead of the summer transfer window. While chief executive Ed Woodward and manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer both keen to welcome the player to Old Trafford.

The 24-year-old has made 176 appearances for boyhood club Villa since breaking into the first-team in 2012, helping Dean Smith’s side secure promotion from the Championship last season.

Despite Villa’s struggles this term – the club are 19th in the table, two points adrift of safety ahead of the Premier League restart – Grealish has thrived, with his performances attracting substantial interest from United.

According to the Starsport, Grealish has his ‘heart set’ on a move to Manchester United. He will leave Aston Villa this summer irrespective of their Premier League fate.

It is claimed Woodward is currently planning to enter into talks with Aston Villa over a £75m deal for Grealish, who will be offered a contract worth around £150,000-a-week at Old Trafford.

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Bernd Leno identifies two reasons Arsenal can surprise Man City

Bernd Leno identifies two reasons Arsenal can surprise Man City
Bernd Leno identifies two reasons Arsenal can surprise Man City

Bernd Leno identifies two reasons Arsenal can surprise Man City. Arsenal goalkeeper Bernd Leno is confident the Gunners can shock Manchester City on Wednesday night.

Leno believes he and his team-mates can “surprise” Manchester City when they travel to the Etihad on Wednesday night.

The Gunners help kick off the Premier League’s return, following Aston Villa’s showdown with Sheffield United earlier in the evening.

“We are prepared for the situation without the fans, we have worked during the break on our mindset and our leadership,” the 28-year-old told Sky Sports News.

“We can surprise City because nobody has the rhythm. I’m sure we can have a good start.”

“Mikel knows every player and he knows the manager better than anyone.”

“I think Mikel will have a good game-plan and at this level we think we are a very good team.”

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Gary Neville calls for Alisson to win Player of the Year ahead of Van Dijk

Gary Neville calls for Alisson to win Player of the Year
Gary Neville calls for Alisson to win Player of the Year

Gary Neville calls for Alisson to win Player of the Year ahead of Van Dijk. Manchester United hero Gary Neville believes Alisson Becker should win the Player of the Year award ahead of Virgil van Dijk.

Liverpool goalkeeper Alisson Becker should win the Premier League Player of the year award ahead of centre-back Virgil van Dijk.

That’s the opinion of former Manchester United defender Gary Neville, who believes the Brazilian has made the biggest change to the Liverpool side since he joined from Roma.

“I think Alisson has made Liverpool win the League. When people talk about van Dijk being the missing piece, I think that there is an element of that.

“But when I go back to two years or three years ago, I was very critical of the goalkeepers that were at Liverpool.”

“I said I felt that they would never win the League while the current goalkeeper was in position. Jurgen Klopp came for me, I don’t know whether he was angry with me but he certainly had a go at me in the media.”

“But soon as Allison came – I saw it at Manchester United with Schmeichel then I saw it in that next spell where we had greatness with Van Der Sar.”

“Once your goalkeeper is calm, authoritative, saves most shots on his goal, gives confidence to the rest of the team, the impact of that is absolutely incredible.”

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Aubameyang calls on Arsenal to convince to sign new deal

Aubameyang calls on Arsenal to convince to sign new deal
Aubameyang calls on Arsenal to convince to sign new deal

Aubameyang calls on Arsenal to convince to sign new deal. Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang says it is up to Arsenal to convince him to sign a new deal and concedes a decision over his future will possibly be the biggest of his career.

The Arsenal captain, who turns 31 on June 18, believes he faces a “turning point” in his career, with his contract at the Emirates due to expire in the summer of 2021.

“I haven’t had any offers recently, of course, but I did speak to the club quite a few months ago, and they know why nothing has happened yet.”

“The ball is in their court now, so it’s down to them to do their bit and we’ll see how it goes.”

“As I’ve said, it’s a turning point in my career and I want to be honest with everyone: It’ll certainly be a very difficult decision to make and I haven’t yet made it.”

“We’ll see. I think it might be the most important choice of my career.”

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