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The English Press
The fox Aguero
With 257 goals he scored with Manchester City in 10 years, Sergio Aguero is considered the fox of the penalty areas in the Premier League.
Aguero is the historic goal-scorer for Manchester City, and has the highest score in the history of the Premier League, scoring one goal every 108 minutes he played, and he scored 5 goals in just 20 minutes against Newcastle in 2015, in addition to scoring 8 hat-tricks.
Brazilian Ronaldo, the striker for his country in the 2002 World Cup, lamented all the mothers whose sons imitated his ugly haircut.
Ronaldo shaved his hair completely except for a small part above his forehead during his participation in the 2002 World Cup, which witnessed the last coronation of Brazil, to be imitated by many young people who set him as an ideal for them.
Renewal of the Neni contract
Talks began in Arsenal with the Egyptian international Mohamed El-Niny to renew his contract with the team for additional seasons to come.
Al-Nini expires his contract with the team at the end of next season, but it appears that he will stay for a longer period at the Emirates Stadium in London.
Salah hinted to move to Real Madrid
During Mohamed Salah’s dialogue with the Spanish “Marca”, all he said about playing in the Spanish League and his desire to achieve that one day, and his unwillingness to talk about his departure from Liverpool at the present time.
All that Mohamed Salah said during the interview was a hint of a move to Real Madrid, the team that will have to defeat it with Liverpool to reach the Champions League semi-finals.
A new option for Zidane
Real Madrid full-back Alvaro Odriozola has returned to the team’s training after a period of absence due to injury, so Zinedine Zidane, the coach, has a new option for his team.
Odriozolas comeback coincides with the comeback of Dani Carvajal, Mariano Diaz and Vidy Valverde, while Toni Crosse is in rehab training.
How did Dimple wake up?
Barcelona winger Osman Dembele woke up recently because of coincidence, as the French player surrounded himself with a team of professionals in all fields to achieve further development.
Yedbumli relied on Salah Ghaidi as his physical trainer recently, with Gian Baptiste Dulot as a physiotherapist, and Anthony O’Dibord as his nutritionist and chef.
Paris Saint-Germain wants to include Brazilian Vinicius Junior from Real Madrid if the Spanish team succeeds in signing Kylian Mbappe in the coming period.
Paris wants to compensate for Mbappe’s possible departure by joining the Real Madrid player, on condition that he reduce the value of the deal to 165 million euros instead of 225 million euros to dispense with the French striker.
Laotaro returns to the picture
Inter Milan striker Lautaro Martinez is back in the picture as part of Barcelonas plans to sign contracts and strengthen the line of attack next summer, but he has become an alternative option for Erling Haaland.
Barcelona puts the Norwegian striker at the head of what is required to contract them to fill the striker position next summer, but the Argentine is present as an alternative option in the event that the main deal fails.
La Gazzetta dello Sport
The Italian Football Federation announced that Juventus goalkeeper Gianluigi Buffon has suspended one game for the player’s involvement in contempt of religion during
Italian League match.
Buffon was accused of uttering words that included expressing contempt for religion during the match against Parma on 19 December.
Napoli goalkeeper David Ospina will miss for a week due to injury.
The Colombian goalkeeper was injured in the fingers of his hand during the Southern Club training session, and he will miss Crotone’s match in the Italian League.
The French Press
Bayern Munich announced the absence of Polish striker Robert Lewandowski from the stadiums for four weeks after the player injured his country with a sprain in the ligaments of his right knee.
Thus, Lewandowski will miss the two matches between Paris Saint-Germain in the first leg of the Champions League quarter-finals on April 7 and 13, as well as several matches in the German League.
Lewandowski is the Bundesliga top scorer this season with 35 goals.
Paris makes a presentation for Aguero
Targets Paris Saint-Germain, who has contracted with Argentine Sergio Aguero, who has officially announced his departure from Manchester City at the end of the current season.
Aguero became a free player, and he will join any club next summer for free, which prompted Paris Saint-Germain to make an offer to the player in order to sign him.
Aguero has also attracted the interest of several clubs, such as Inter Milan, Chelsea and Manchester United, in addition to Paris Saint-Germain, who wants to strengthen his ranks with a new striker.
Germany coach Joachim Loew has recommended that the DFB officials take the opinion of the current players in the national team while searching for a new coach to lead the Manshafts.
“It would make sense,” Loew said, as “Manuel Neuer, Ilkai Gundogan, Toni Kroos and other players have experience and can judge what kind of coach they need.”
Loew stressed that the decision to choose the next coach of the national team “will not be in the team’s hands,” and that it is “good to listen as an association to some opinions,” noting that Fritz Keeler, president of the federation, had said something similar as well.
Aju does not exclude the representation of Nigeria
Felix Agu, defender of the German Werder Bremen team and the German youth team (under 21 years), has revealed that he will not rule out the representation of the Nigerian national team in the future, despite the fact that he played two matches with the German youth team.
Agu said that he is in contact with German coach Gerno Roar, the Nigerian coach.
“After being called up for the first time internationally, with the U-21 national team, I preferred to represent Germany for the time being because I wanted to stay in my familiar environment. I felt it was better, but it was not a decision against representing Nigeria,” Agu said.