Your morning is European… a possible American deal for Liverpool

Your morning is European is a daily morning report that for the honorable visitors of Yallakora follows the most prominent headlines that made the front pages of major European newspapers, be it English, Italian, Spanish, French or German.

english press


Manchester United has extended his contract four times

Manchester United announced the extension of the contracts of 4 players for one season, due to the fear of their free departure, namely Fred, Luke Shaw, Marcus Rashford and Diogo Dalot.

And coach Eric Ten Hag has confirmed that this quartet represents the future of Manchester United, so it was the right decision to give each of them an extra 12 months to consider whether to stay or leave Old Trafford.

Daily mail

Messi will not return to Barcelona

Argentina’s Lionel Messi has expressed his intention to stay at Paris Saint-Germain until the summer of 2024, which means extending his contract for an additional season.

The English newspaper also highlighted the statements of Juan Laporta, the president of Barcelona, ​​who confirmed that he is in the process of trying to return Messi to the Camp Nou stadium, but the 35-year-old has decided to stay in the capital of France, Paris. .


The American is approaching Liverpool

Liverpool wants to sign American Younes Moussa, at the request of German coach Jurgen Klopp.

And Moses, who has been brilliant at the 2022 World Cup, is attracting interest from many English Premier League clubs, but Liverpool remain the most keen on his inclusion, in light of Klopp’s belief that he can compensate for the expected departure of Naby Keita.

spanish press


Iniesta clarifies his position on Xavi’s closeness

Andreas Iniesta, the former star of Barcelona, ​​and the current Japanese Vissel Kobe, confirmed that it is difficult for him to join his former colleague Xavi Hernandez in the coaching staff of Barca, expressing his belief that the team will win the title this season.

Iniesta said: “People think it’s possible for me to join Xavi in ​​Barcelona’s coaching staff because we’ve played together for years and that makes me happy, but I think it will be very difficult, because I’m still a player and I have no coaching experience.”

When asked if he expects Xavi to be able to lead Barcelona to the title, he replied: “I’m sure it will happen this season, the title at the end of the current season.”

Carrasco wants to leave

Belgian Yannick Carrasco, the player of Atletico Madrid, believes that he has been “cheated” with the club, after the club has so far ignored the renewal of his contract, and informed the officials of his desire to leave.

The 29-year-old’s contract with Atletico Madrid expires in June 2024.

Atletico Madrid opened the door to Carrasco’s departure for 40 million euros, while his departure could be in January instead of next June.

Mundo Deportivo

Barcelona is targeting the new De Ligt

Barcelona officials are eyeing Diane Donny Huysen, Juventus’ promising 17-year-old defender, who many have compared to “the new Matthias de Ligt”, to sign him to strengthen the defensive line in the coming period.

In 2021, Hoisin moved from Malaga Academy to Juventus, and last week he participated for the first time with the first team in a friendly match against Croatia’s Rijeka.

The player’s contract with Juventus expires in 2024, and Bayern Munich and Arsenal are interested in signing him.

Italian press

Foot Market

forget the future

Morocco international Azzedine Onahi has broken his silence on his future amid rumors of Napoli, Inter, Leicester City and Olympique de Marseille.

Onahi said: “I told the president that the sports project comes first. I don’t have a favorite league or an ideal destination, first of all I want to evaluate the sports project.

He added: “I know I still have a lot to achieve at the club. I want to be clear with everyone. I have no preference for this or that league. As if there is a real sports project, this is where I will go.”

Football Italy

Ranieri coach of Cagliari

Serie A club Cagliari used an iconic phrase from his Leicester City days to announce Claudio Ranieri’s return to Sardinia after 31 years.

The coach replaces Fabio Liverani, who was sacked earlier this week, with the club sitting 14th in the Serie B table.

Ranieri has signed a contract until June 2025, to return to the club where he began his coaching career.

german press


Gladbach dream

Borussia Monchengladbach are trying to convince their Swiss goalkeeper Jan Sommer to renew his contract, which expires at the end of the current season.

Gladbach club officials are hoping to convince Sommer to renew before the winter transfer window, especially as the player is eligible to sign in the next Mercat.

Sommer has been linked with a move to Bayern Munich in light of the Bavarian club’s efforts to strengthen the goalkeeper position due to Manuel Neuer’s injury and his absence for the rest of the current season.

crossover future

Real Madrid player Toni Kroos has decided to decide on his future at the Royal Club in February next year.

Kroos’ contract with Real Madrid expires at the end of the current season, but the player has not yet decided whether to renew or leave.

French press

Le Parisien

Preliminary agreement between Messi and Paris

Argentina star Lionel Messi has reached a preliminary agreement with Paris Saint-Germain to extend his contract for at least one more season.

Messi has no intention of leaving Paris and will continue throughout the 2023-2024 season, knowing the Argentine star’s contract expires in the summer of 2023.


Halilhodžić: The Moroccans took away my pride

Bosnia-Herzegovina coach Vahid Halilhodžić is still outraged after being dismissed from the training sessions of the Moroccan national team, before the 2022 World Cup, where the Atlas Lions finished in fourth place.

“They took away my pride,” said Halilhodžić. “I can’t forget that and I won’t forgive them for what happened, because the World Cup should have been the best farewell to my coaching career.”

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