Football fixtures today – 13 june 2020 as La Liga return

Football fixtures today - 13 june 2020
Football fixtures today - 13 june 2020

Football fixtures today – 13 june 2020 as La Liga return while German Budesliga continue and Coppa Italia semi-final between Napoli and Inter.

Note: BST time

Football fixtures today Bundesliga

Wolfsburg vs Freiburg 14:30

Fortuna Düsseldorf vs Borussia Dortmund 14:30

Hertha Berlin vs Eintracht Frankfurt 14:30

FC Koln vs Union Berlin 14:30

Paderborn vs Werder Bremen 14:30

Bayern Munich vs Borussia Mönchengladbach 17:30

Football fixtures today La Liga

Espanyol vs Deportivo Alaves 13:00

Celta Vigo vs Villarreal 16:00

Leganes vs Real Valladolid 18:30

Mallorca vs Barcelona 21:00

Football fixtures today Coppa Italia semi-final

Napoli vs Inter 20:00

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Jose Mourinho beats Jurgen Klopp to most lockdown coverage online

Jose Mourinho beats Jurgen Klopp
Jose Mourinho beats Jurgen Klopp

Jose Mourinho beats Jurgen Klopp to most lockdown coverage online.

Jose Mourinho has received more online media coverage during lockdown than any other manager, according to an analytics platform that monitors online data.

Italian company Noisefeed found that the Tottenham head coach was mentioned in over 84,000 articles on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram and web news stories in the period between March 9 and June 10.

Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp was a close second with 79,400 mentions followed by Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola (50.2k), Inter Milan boss Antonio Conte (44.1k) and Real Madrid’s Zinedine Zidane (26.4k).

Klopp was more popular on Instagram, while most of Mourinho’s coverage was from web news or Twitter. Moreover, Conte and Zidane led the way on Facebook.

Over 3,800 articles were written across 54 countries on the Portuguese that day, with an audience reach of more than 60 million.

Credit: Sky Sports

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Juventus to sell Aaron Ramsey with Manchester United keen on transfer

Juventus to sell Aaron Ramsey
Juventus to sell Aaron Ramsey

Juventus to sell Aaron Ramsey with Manchester United keen on transfer.

Juventus are reportedly preparing to part ways with Aaron Ramsey after just one year because of cost-cutting measures brought on by the coronavirus pandemic.

The 29-year-old has struggled for form and fitness since joining the Serie A champions on a free transfer from Arsenal last summer.

And Ramsey’s £400,000-a-week wages could see him fall victim to the coronavirus recession with Juventus keen to save money.

Mail Online claim two top English clubs have been been notified over Ramsey’s availability with Manchester United linked to the Wales star in recent months.

However, Ramsey’s huge wages could prove a stumbling block for United and any other Premier League club.

Credit: talkSPORT

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Bonucci defends Cristiano Ronaldo even the greatest miss penalties

Bonucci defends Cristiano Ronaldo
Bonucci defends Cristiano Ronaldo

Bonucci defends Cristiano Ronaldo even the greatest miss penalties. Leonardo Bonucci has leapt to the defence of teammate Cristiano Ronaldo after the Portuguese missed a penalty on Friday evening.

Juventus booked their place in the Coppa Italia final with a scoreless draw against AC Milan in Turin, but Ronaldo missed a chance to give the hosts the lead from 12 yards after a quarter of an hour.

“Even the greatest miss.” Bonucci told Rai Sport on the final whistle.

“Cristiano is always important for us. He increases the pressure on opponents’ defenders.”

“He was unfortunate today and [AC Milan goalkeeper Gianluigi] Donnarumma did well.”We’ll see a great Juventus and a great Ronaldo again.”

Credit: Marca English

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PSG want to sign Massimiliano Allegri for next season

PSG want to sign Massimiliano Allegri
PSG want to sign Massimiliano Allegri

PSG want to sign Massimiliano Allegri for next season. Max Allegri is causing tension at PSG, according to L’Equipe, as Leonardo wants the ex-Juventus coach, while the club owner backs Thomas Tuchel.

Multiple sources have pointed to Allegri as the favourite to take over in Paris from next season, having completed his sabbatical year after five seasons at Juve.

Director Leonardo is believed to be targeting the Italian as the ideal coach to lead Paris Saint-Germain next term.

However, L’Equipe and Tuttomercatoweb note that President Nasser Al-Khelaifi is eager to keep the faith with Tuchel for a while longer.

Tuchel is still under contract until June 2021 and has no intention of walking away, so Allegri could again be left on the backburner.

Credit: Football Italia

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Manchester United eye up Serie A top scorer Ciro Immobile

Manchester United eye up Serie A top scorer Ciro Immobile
Manchester United eye up Serie A top scorer Ciro Immobile

Manchester United eye up Serie A top scorer Ciro Immobile.

After Liverpool and Napoli, now Lazio hitman and Serie A top scorer Ciro Immobile is a target of Manchester United.

Calciomercato.it reported that the Italy international has got the attention of Old Trafford giants and also their manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.

The 30-year-old is having the season of a lifetime because of scoring 30 goals in 33 competitive games between Serie A, the Coppa Italia, Europa League and Italian Supercup.

He is currently on track to set a new all-time record of Serie A goals in a single campaign, netting 27 in 26 appearances.

Immobile had rumors with a move to the Premier League for Liverpool, where he’d reunite with his old Borussia Dortmund boss Jurgen Klopp.

He was a target for Napoli also. Moreover, they are his hometown club.

Credit: Football Italia

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No favourites in the Serie A title race, says Juventus coach Sarri

No favourites in the Serie A title race
No favourites in the Serie A title race

No favourites in the Serie A title race. Juventus coach Mauricio Sarri claims there are no favourites for the Scudetto: “All the teams risk dropping points.”

With 12 games remaining and one point separating the top two, the Bianconeri coach has claimed the Scudetto race is wide open.

Inter are nine points behind league leaders Juventus and could close the gap to six if they win their game in hand, prompting Sarri to look over his shoulder when football resumes.

“In this situation, we can’t talk about favourites for the Scudetto,” he told Juventus official website. “All the teams risk dropping points.

“The most important thing is to conclude the season and if the health situation permits it, we must review the protocols and avoid quarantine, to reach the conclusion of the championship.”

Credit: Football Italia

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Balotelli should just retire, says Italian football agent

Balotelli should just retire
Balotelli should just retire

Balotelli should just retire. Football agent Furio Valcareggi has some very strong advice for Brescia outcast Mario Balotelli.

The striker turns 30 in August and has practically split from Brescia after a series of disagreements, which culminated in him being turned away from the training ground yesterday.

He was allowed back in this evening for medical tests and a brief session, but only after his teammates had already left.

“I would’ve signed Balotelli last season. However, at this point, it’s obvious now that he has to stop playing football.” noted agent Valcareggi told TMW Radio.

Meanwhile, Valcareggi also puts some of the blame on Balotelli’s agent, Mino Raiola.

“I think Raiola has to accept some of the responsibility, because he ought to help Balotelli to improve. Instead, he presents him as this great champion and then the results are embarrassing.”

Credit: Football Italia

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Juventus plan to sell four players in order to extend Dybala’s deal

Juventus plan to sell four players
Juventus plan to sell four players

Juventus plan to sell four players in order to extend Dybala’s deal.

Paulo Dybala’s contract renewal is one of Juventus’ priorities. He is the second most important player on the team after Cristiano Ronaldo. The Argentine’s contract expires in 2022 and the two parties involved are currently negotiating an extension.

The player knows he has options. He was close to Manchester United last season and he will ask for a big increase in his wages to renew for the long haul. The 26-year-old is currently making €7.5 million but wants double that amount.

The hope is that his agent can land a contract for his client somewhere between €11 and €12 million. That would make him the second highest-paid player at the club.

La Gazetta dello Sport, report that if they want to match his demands, or come close to it, they will have to adjust their finances. The current Serie A leaders are considering selling four players to do that. The first of those would be Miralem Pjanic.

The midfielder is linked with Barcelona. The second player on the list of potential departures is Gonzalo Higuain. They do not need the 32-year-old with Ronaldo and Dybala in the squad. The other two names mentioned are Adrien Rabiot and Federico Bernardeschi.

Credit: AS English

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Inter close to agree Tonali deal with Brescia for €30m

Inter close to agree Tonali deal
Inter close to agree Tonali deal

Inter close to agree Tonali deal with Brescia for €30m. Inter are on track to secure Brescia midfielder Sandro Tonali for €30m plus performance-related bonuses, claim Sky Sport Italia.

Transfer pundit Gianluca Di Marzio maintains a deal is close to completion between the two clubs. That because Tonali made clear his preference was San Siro.

Juventus, Manchester United, Arsenal, Fiorentina, Barcelona, Napoli and PSG were top clubs want to sign Tonali. However, now he is likely to heading to Inter.

Brescia President Massimo Cellino had said he wanted €50m. But their imminent relegation and the COVID-19 pandemic has affected transfer values.

Sky Sport Italia claim this evening a deal is close for €30m. And there is also numerous bonuses depending on performanes.

Credit: Football Italia

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