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Football News: Review Of The Day 2nd September 2019

Review Of The Day 2nd September 2019
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Spanish goalkeeper Sergio Rico has joined Paris Saint-Germain on loan with a view to buy from Sevilla.

Verona have loaned Italian winger Antonino Ragusa to Spezia Calcio.

Wolverhampton Wanderers have sent centre back Roderick Miranda on loan to Famalicao.

RB Leipzig have sent French forward Jean-Kevin Augustin on loan to Monaco in return for a loan fee of £3.6m.

Chelsea's Serbian midfielder Danilo Pantic has joined Hungarian side Fehervar for a loan fee of £450,000.

Dinamo Moscow have also paid a £450,000 loan fee but for Genoa's Swedish midfielder Oscar Hiljemark.

Spartak Moscow have paid £10.8m for young midfielder Alex Kral from Slavia Prague.

Argentine forward Guido Carrillo has rejoined CD Leganes on loan from Southampton. He also spent last season there on loan.

Former Leicester City striker Leonardo Ulloa has signed for Rayo Vallecano on a free transfer from Mexican side Pachuca.

Real Betis have loaned winger Juanjo Narvaez out to Las Palmas.

Luca Valzania has joined Cremonese on loan from Atalanta.

Parma have sent Jose Machin to Pescara on loan.

Teenage forward Eddie Salcedo has joined Verona on loan from Genoa.

Crystal Palace's Polish defender Jaroslaw Jach has moved to Rakow on loan.

Gini Wijnaldum's half-brother Rajiv van la Parra has moved to Red Star Belgrade for £1.13m from Huddersfield Town.

Burnley have released Belgian midfielder Steven Defour. Defour said: "Unfortunately, I had some severe injuries I was trying to come back from and it didn't work out the way I wanted it to. There are lots of frustrations. But I think this is the best solution for everyone. On a personal note it's good for me to go back to Belgium."

Chelsea midfielder Tiemoue Bakayoko has returned to Monaco on loan for a loan fee of £2.25m with an option to buy.

Gboly Ariyibi has moved to Panaitolikos from Nottingham Forest for an undisclosed fee.


Nearly Moves

Bayern Munich defender Jerome Boateng is in talks with Juventus over a move.

Ante Rebic is close to a move from Eintracht Frankfurt as he misses the weekend's game "at his own request" to hold talks with AC Milan. Rebic looks likely to be part of a swap deal involving Andre Silva.

Kilmarnock and Celtic are in talks over left-back Greg Taylor who is expected to join Celtic.

Radamel Falcao is in talks with Galatasaray over a move from Monaco. Gala have also confirmed that they are in talks over Romanian forward Florin Andone from Brighton & Hove Albion.

Chicharito is currently in Spain to complete a move to Sevilla from West Ham United.


Namibian Duo Withdraw From Squad

Two European-based players have pulled out of the Namibian squad ahead of a two-legged World Cup qualifier against Eritrea. Ryan Nyambe of Blackburn Rovers and Manfred Starke of Kaiserslautern both asked to be left out so they could work on breaking into their club sides.
Namibia Squad:
Goalkeepers: Loydt Kazapua (Baroka FC, South Africa), Ratanda Mbazuvara (African Stars), Virgil Vries (unattached)
Defenders: Larry Horaeb (Tura Magic), Ivan Kamberipa (African Stars), Chris Katjiukua (Black Leopards, South Africa), Teberius Lombard (Zanaco, Zambia), Vitapi Ngaruka (Black Africa), Aprocious Petrus (Eleven Arrows)
Midfielders: Obrey Amseb (African Stars), Gregory Aukumeb (Blue Waters), Dynamo Fredericks, Immanuel Heita (both Black Africa), Deon Hotto (Bidvest Wits, South Africa), Joslyn Kamatuka (Cape Umoya United, South Africa), Marcel Papama (African Stars), Llewelyn Stanley (Tigers FC), Willy Stephanus (Lusaka Dynamos)
Strikers: Elmo Kambindu (Mighty Gunners), Wendell Rudath (Black Africa), Peter Shalulile (Highlands Park, South Africa), Benson Shilongo (Ismaili, Egypt), Hendrik Somaeb (unattached).


Wreh Gets New Role

Liberia's new head coach Peter Butler has brought in former Arsenal striker Christopher Wreh as an assistant coach. Wreh is a former Liberia international, who was suspended for six months last October after insulting match officials during a Liberian league match. Sunday Seah, George Gebro and Sebastian Collins have also joined Butler's backroom staff.


Ayew To Stay With Swans

Andre Ayew, Swansea City's record signing, is to stay with the Welsh club despite offers from European clubs. Ayew said: "The club was aware of the options, but made it clear they wanted me to stay. I'm really enjoying my football at Swansea and I'd like nothing more than to stay part of this squad. I feel at home here and sometimes you have to go with what your heart is telling you. I believe we can achieve great things. I'm ready to continue and go for it."


Spain Squad

Spain have called up PSG forward Pablo Sarabia for the first time to the senior team.
Kepa (Chelsea/ENG)
De Gea (Manchester United/ENG)
Pau López (Roma/ITA)
Jose Luis Gaya (Valencia CF)
Jordi Alba (FC Barcelona)
Mario Hermoso (Atlético de Madrid)
Sergio Ramos (Real Madrid)
Dani Carvajal (Real Madrid)
Unai Nunez (Athletic Bilbao)
Diego Llorente (Real Sociedad)
Jesus Navas (Seville FC)
Sergio Busquets (FC Barcelona)
Rodri Hernandez (Manchester City/ENG)
Saul Niguez (Atletico Madrid)
Fabian Ruiz (Napoli/ITA)
Dani Parejo (Valencia CF)
Dani Ceballos (Arsenal/ENG)
Thiago Alcantara (Bayern Munich/GER)
Suso (AC Milan/ITA)
Mikel Oyarzabal (Real Sociedad)
Rodrigo Moreno (Valencia CF)
Paco Alcacer (Borussia Dortmund/GER)
Pablo Sarabia (Paris Saint-Germain/FRA)


Icardi Threatened By Inter Fans

As the row between Mauro Icardi (and his annoying wife/agent Wanda Nara) and Inter Milan rumbles on, with Inter trying to offload him but Icardi digging his heels in and even talking about taking legal action to block a move, Inter fans have displayed a banner that can only be deemed threatening. The banner, which was displayed right next to the Argentine's home, read: "Icardi, it's too much now, Milan is a small place." The O's on the banner were all turned into targets. Wanda has recently confirmed that Boca Juniors are interested in signing him.


Flop Throws Parting Dig At English Football

Giannelli Imbula, who had been so poor a signing for Stoke City he was made to train with the youth team, has hit out at English football after leaving the Potters for Lecce. Imbula told Italian journalists: "Each player has his own story, so for me it was a difficult type of play (in England). I prefer the football like in Spain or Italy where you start with the keeper and then play. That is an important choice for me (in coming here). England is difficult for players who want to play proper football." Yes, famously Pep Guardiola hates his team to play out from the back so you can see why Imbula is saying that. Or could it just be that he was an idiot and moved for the money without realising Stoke were an out of touch side still playing football from the 1980s when he signed for them?


Lukaku Targeted For Racist Abuse

New Inter Milan striker Romelu Lukaku managed to keep his composure and score a penalty (showing Manchester United what they are missing right now!) despite a torrent of monkey chants from the crowd as his team beat Cagliari 2-1. Racist abuse is an ongoing problem at Cagliari, with both Moise Kean and Blaise Matuidi receiving racist abuse there last season while playing for Juventus.

Written by Tris Burke September 01 2019 23:45:40


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