Thursday, April 8, 2021
Your European morning is a daily morning report that monitors the distinguished visitors of Yallakora, the most prominent headlines that came in the top of the major European newspapers, whether German, English, Italian, Spanish or French.
The English Press
De Bruyne’s salary
Kevin De Bruyne gets more than 300,000 pounds a week under his new contract with Manchester City.
The Premier League leaders announced the renewal of his contract with De Bruyne to remain at Etihad Castle until 2025.
The Daily Star
Chelsea get back its striker
Chelsea FC wants to reclaim their former striker Romelu Lukaku, the current Inter Milan star.
Lukaku is currently valued at 86 million pounds, and Chelsea places him among his most important options should Erling Haaland and Sergio Aguero fail.
The masses return
Manchester City won 2,000 tickets and Tottenham Hotspur got the same, in order to attend the Carabao Cup Final at Wembley Stadium.
The English government has agreed that 4 thousand fans will attend the Carabao Cup Final, scheduled for April 25.
Barca asks Garcia to reduce his salary
The new management of Barcelona club wants to sign Eric Garcia, Manchester City defender, but is asking him to reduce the financial provisions agreed upon last year with the previous administration.
Garcia can complete his agreement with Barcelona by joining the team for free after the end of his contract with Manchester City, but he is now required to think about the possibility of accepting a reduction in the financial clauses in the contract.
An exceptional procedure in the incident of racism
The Spanish Federation is working to take unprecedented measures regarding the incident of racism that accuses Muktar Diakabi of Valencia, his rival in Cadiz Juan Cala.
While Kalla says that Diakhaby either misunderstood his speech, or made up the whole matter, so the Spanish Federation and the Integrity Committee wanted to revise the audio materials related to the incident in order to verify what the Kadesh player had said.
The fans return to La Liga end of the season
Javier Tebas, president of the Spanish League of Clubs, announced that the fans will return to the stands at the end of the current season with a rate ranging from 10 to 25% of the capacity.
Tebas said, “I think there will be between 10 and 25% of the stadium’s capacity at the level of public attendance by the end of the season, but it depends on the decision that will be issued by the health and government departments.”
Dembele wants to stay
Barcelona player Osman Dembele wants to stay in the team for years to come and is ready to renew beyond the term of his current contract, which ends in 2022, as negotiations entered into advanced stages within time.
Dembele has been suffering from injuries since joining Barcelona, but he has become more regular in participation from the current season and is presenting at a good level.
Scudetto is approaching
The Italian club, Inter Milan, is close to winning the Italian league title, “the Scudetto”.
Inter beat Sassuolo, 2-1, in the Italian league, and moved away from the top of the table.
Dybala is back
Paulo Dybala, the Italian Juventus player, returned after a long absence due to injury, to lead his team to victory over Napoli in the Italian league.
Dybala left a shot and led Juventus to victory over Napoli, minutes after the Argentine star entered from the bench.
The French Press
Marcus Rashford was on the list of the English Manchester United team heading to Spain to face Granada in the first leg of the European League Championship.
“Marcus will travel and we will make the decision tomorrow about his participation in the starting line-up or from the bench,” Solskjaer said. “I don’t think he will play for 90 minutes.”
Juventus in the heart of Zidane
French coach Zinedine Zidane, coach of Real Madrid, said that the Italian Juventus is always in his heart and carries good memories with the Italian giant.
Zidane indicated that he had spent wonderful years at Juventus and did not know if he would ever return as coach or not.
One goal suffices
Japanese Werder Osako scored his first goal with Werder Bremen in the 2020/2021 season, against Regensburg, the “second division”, in the German Cup quarter-final.
Bremen qualified for the cup semi-finals to face Leipzig on April 30th.
Osako scored 3 goals and scored a goal in Japan’s big win against Mongolia, 14-0, during the international break.
Borussia Monchengladbach ended the fiscal year 2020 with an annual deficit of 16.8 million euros, as a result of the outbreak of the Corona virus, during the period from mid-March to the first of December.
The club’s managing director, Stefan Schippers, explained that the deficit came despite record sales of 213 million euros, but the low percentage of television broadcasts, sponsorship and advertising losses, the absence of fans, and the lack of sales of any player were factors that affected the team.