Julian Draxler likely to replace Kevin De Bruyne in Wolfsburg There is only one day to go before the end of transfer window and there are still a few clubs across Europe who are looking to make deadline day signings. Certain clubs in the Premier League have wrapped up their signings a month ago while clubs like Arsenal and Manchester United are still on the look-out for quality players in the transfer market. Chelsea are hoping to solve the
Pep Guardiola played Xabi Alonso as centre back for Bayern Munich in the 3-0 win over Bayer Leverkusen in the Bundesliga on Saturday night at the Allianz Arena Last night, Bayern Munich boss Pep Guardiola pushed the limits of his side when he tinkered with the formation and available players in his squad. When the starting XIs were announced, people scratched their heads when they saw the Bayern lineup. This was Bayern Munich’s starti
With only two more days before the end of the transfer season, most of the clubs across Europe are finalizing their last minute deals. Here we follow most of the top leagues in Europe including the Premier League, La Liga, Bundesliga, Serie A, and Ligue 1. The teams in the Premier League still seem active with both the big and small looking to sign the one player who can make the difference this upcoming season. Teams like Sunderlan
While most of the clubs in Europe have completed their summer transfer activities, there are still a few clubs trying to sign the players they need before deadline day. In the Premier League, while most of the clubs have put away their checkbooks for the summer, a few clubs like Chelsea and Manchester United are still on the look-out for the final player to complete their squad. Manchester City, on the other hand, have already spent&nb
The Die Borussen army applauds their 12th man “The Yellow Wall” after beating Odd 7-2 in Europa League playoffs One of the most intimidating sights for any opponent in world football is the sight of the ‘Sudtribune’ or the ‘Yellow Wall’. Luminous yellow and black shirts, scarves, flags, noise and the sheer size of 25,000 standing spectators egging their team can Schrecken the living daylights of the o
Son joined the North Londoners for a reported fee of £18m Tottenham have announced the signing of South Korean international, Heung-Min Son from Bayer Leverkusen. Son signed a five-year deal for a reported fee of £18 million, according to the club’s official website. Mauricio Pochettino has been monitoring the 23-year-old and has finally sealed his signature before the Transfer window shuts on Tuesday.
Football is an incredibly grueling sport that requires its willing participants to run for miles on end often without a break in search of glory. Despite being a hugely entertaining sport, many times the game fails to be a spectacle, though, regardless of the nature of the game, a full 90 minutes takes a toll on the players’ body and mind. Regardless, the draw of the game is such that players can’t stay away from the pitch,
With the transfer window shutting down on September 1, all the teams across Europe are busy completing their squads for the start of the 2015-2016 season. Some of the transfer sagas are never ending such as the potential transfer of Spanish goalkeeper David De Gea from Manchester United to Real Madrid while other big name transfers have been completed in double quick time such as Mateo Kovacic’s move to Real Madrid from Inter Milan.