Ousmane Dembélé’s agent who attacks Xavi, the Netherlands worried about Wijnaldum’s situation at PSG or Liverpool who insists on Koundé, find in your Foot Transfer market press review the latest information from the sports press European.
Dembélé’s agent attacks Xavi
It’s a little phrase that probably went unnoticed in the article by The team from yesterday. While Ousmane Dembélé’s agent, Moussa Sissoko, still opened the door to a possible contract extension with FC Barcelona, the latter then allowed himself a small tackle slipped to the direction of Barça and especially to his new coach , Xavi, concerning the management of his foal. “It’s not just a question of money”, he blurted out. “But also day-to-day management. This sporting management with this entry without training in the Copa del Rey against Linarès last week, just after the Covid, is really difficult for us to understand. “ One way of making people understand that a contract extension will also be dictated by the way in which Barça will manage to stop the series of injuries from Ousmane Dembélé in recent years.
The Netherlands worried about Wijnaldum
The situation of Dutch midfielder Georginio Wijnaldum at Paris Saint-Germain worries the country. Faced with little playing time and the almost non-possibility of the former Liverpool player to grab a permanent starting place in the XI of Mauricio Pochettino, the local daily AD Sportwereld came out of silence this morning. The media believe that Wijnaldum made the wrong choice and is now “stopped” within the French capital. Before adding: “To land a permanent position on this team of millionaires seems a utopia.” A double feeling of frustration and anger as the Fashion Cup in Qatar looms at the end of the year.
Liverpool insist on Koundé
In yesterday’s press review, we told you that Sevilla FC were quite worried about the offensives of a few clubs for their two central defenders, Diego Carlos and Jules Koundé. For the first, it is Newcastle and its now unlimited financial power that strongly insists, if we are to believe Estadio Deportivo. While for the second, it is Liverpool who seems ready to draw, and this, from next summer. According to the Andalusian media, which takes up information from Sun, the Reds could pay the Frenchman’s release clause in June. Especially since Koundé would be seduced by the Reds project. The basis for a wage agreement would even be on the right track.