Black Stars deputy skipper Thomas Partey continues to dominate headlines as Arsenal’s highest paid player, earning £200,000 a week. Thomas Partey joined Arsenal from Atletico Madrid, becoming a regular player after his switch. He is regarded as a huge figure in Arsenal, which is evident when he is taken away by injury.
Dean Henderson To justify himself for the first-team spot at Old Trafford someday, the 25-year-old has reportedly sealed a season-long loan move to EPL's newly-promoted side Nottingham Forest today. The details of the deal was not disclosed but it will be due on May 31st, 2023.
The French International Jonathan Clauss has entered the final year of his contract at French League One side Lens. And his future at the club is currently uncertain as he has expressed his desire not to renew his contract. The Talented Right-back wishes to try his luck in another club, and Chelsea seem to be the ultimate destination for the French International.
The verbal agreement, which was struck by the presidents of the two clubs and was in effect for more than 15 years, forbade both teams from attempting to sign players from the opposing academy. Jesus Fortea, a right defender now playing for Atletico Madrid as a Cadete and born in 2007, is the first addition that could herald a new era.
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Barcelona is one of the most decorated and anticipated football clubs in Spain and Europe at large. They have achieved many European successes as a club. They have won the best European club competition, the UEFA Champions League on six occasions. They have also had some of the best players in the world.
1. Sergio Asenjo-12 saves Asenjo is third on the list of all-time leading penalty-savers in La Liga. The spaniard currently represents Villarreal and is in the right years of his stint with yellow submarines. He has also represented teams like Atletico Madrid and Malag previously. Overall, Asenjo has made 12 penalty saves from 46 with ratio of 26.1%.
1. ATHLETIC MADRID VS GRANADA Following their exit from the Champions League, Atletico Madrid will try to reinforce their role in the top four of the La Liga table on Wednesday, when they host Granada. Los Colchoneros earned a victory over Espanyol in dramatic way on Sunday, moving within three points of fifth place with six games to play as a result.
The Madrid derby came on tonight at Estadio Wanda Metropolitano. Atletico Madrid paraded a strong squad to meet Real Madrid who used many players that are not regulars to start the game. In the first half, Atletico was a better side that saw most of the balls and had a penalty in the 40th minute.
Athletico Bilbao vs Atletico Madrid There will be fireworks when Athletic Club and Atletico Madrid face each other at San Mames in the La Liga round 34. The Lions did well to get their revenge on Cadiz, with the team beating the Yellow Submarine on the road at the weekend.
Featured matches. 1. Atletico Madrid vs Granada CF Atletico Madrid must have had some relief after they won their last match against Espanyol. They now have some space as they compete for a Champions league spot at the table. Granada not be easily beaten as they are just one point above the relegation zone.
Atletico Madrid vs Real Madrid Atlético Madrid will be hoping to bounce back here following the 2-0 La Liga defeat in their last game at the hands of Athletic Bilbao. In that match, Atlético Madrid managed 57% possession and 9 attempts on goal with 3 on target.
Spanish La Liga side Atletico Madrid has joined the race for the signing of Asante Kotoko striker Frank Etouga Mbella according to reports in the European country. Mundo Deportivo has announced that the former Spanish champions are seriously looking into the possibility of acquiring the services of the Cameroonian who has lighted up the Ghana Premier League, GPL this season.
This season is not yet over but there are some few teams from the top domestic leagues who have already made their way into next season's UEFA Champions League groups stage.Let's take a look at the top leagues and see which teams have qualified as at April 24.
With a 4-0 win over Espanyol on Saturday afternoon, Carlo Ancelotti's side claimed the capital club's 35th title with four games to play. Whatever you attribute Real Madrid's European success to, whether it was chance, sorcery, or a superior mentality, their La Liga season has been quite the opposite.
Following their victory over Sevilla on Sunday night, Real Madrid now has just six games left in the LaLiga Santander season. Los Blancos presently lead Barcelona in second place by 15 points, despite having played two more matches than their opponents. Many Real Madrid fans are looking at their calendars to see when they may claim the LaLiga Santander title after their victory over Sevilla.
The outcome of this matchup will possibly determine who finishes 3rd on the podium along with Real Madrid and Barcelona. For defending champions Atletico Madrid this is a matter of pride. Because anything less than a podium finish should be unacceptable to their fans, especially after they had won the title just an year back.
Real Madrid is a few victories away from the name of LaLiga, but Carlo Ancelotti doesn't feel like a champion yet. Carlo Ancelotti still doesn't feel like a champion despite Barcelona's surprising loss to Cádiz that put Real Madrid on the brink of regaining LaLiga.
Manchester City's medical staff administered 71 physiotherapy treatments to Pep Guardiola's players following the second leg of their Champions League quarter-final against Atletico Madrid, according to Guardiola. The arduous contest at the Estadio Wanda Metropolitano took its toll on City's players, prompting Guardiola to name a weaker squad for the FA Cup semi-final defeat to Liverpool.
Chelsea has opted not to exercise the buy option in Saul Niguez's loan agreement, and the midfielder will return to Atletico Madrid. Saul joined Chelsea on a season-long loan on the final day of the summer transfer window in 2021. The deal featured a £3.4 million loan fee and a £30 million permanent option for the player.