Cristiano Ronaldo would be ready to redeem himself
After the shock against Chelsea (1-1), Erik ten Hag, could not avoid questions from journalists about the conflict with Cristiano Ronaldo. As reported by Daily mail, the Red Devils coach said he did not regret having removed CR7 from his team. Moreover, this punishment seems to have borne fruit because according to the DailyMirror, the Portuguese would be ready to apologize for his bad behavior. He would have let his trainer know that he was ready to comply with his demands to rejoin the group. His main goal was to be physically ready for the World Cup. So the fact of being excluded from a professional group would be the worst possible situation to assume one’s ambitions. This is ” Ronaldo’s plea » like having fun to title it Daily Express this Sunday. The newspaper specifies that even if the Portuguese will lower his head in front of Ten Hag, he will be ready to leave the club in January for the MLS.
City covet a gem of world football
Reading the daily The sun This morning, we learned that Manchester City would be determined to offer the services of Khvicha Kvaratskhelia. The Georgian is also in the sights of PSG and Real. Aware of this growing interest, Napoli want him to sign a new contract to incorporate a buyout clause up to almost €70m. Suffice to say that it will not be much for the finances of Manchester. Especially since City are playing the affection card with a certain Georgi Kinkladze, a great Georgian football star of the 90s who played for the Citizens. The latter is considered one of the heroes of Kvara.
Aston Villa’s future coach
According to DailyMirror, that would be Reuben Amorim. The Sporting Lisbon coach is the number one target for Aston Villa, who are now looking for a replacement for Steven Gerrard. The English club could offer his services in exchange for just over €26m, which would be the largest sum ever paid for a manager transfer. According to the daily star, Sporting have been contacted in recent hours to see if there was an agreement that could save them a few million, especially following the dismissal of Gerrard. The total bill for Villa could reach 40 M€, and that just for a change of coach.