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OM: Milik’s entourage calms his future

The future of Arkadiusz Milik is a sensitive subject. While relations between the Polish striker and Jorge Sampaoli are sometimes complicated, the player’s entourage wanted to react after RMC Sport published information on Monday – seriously – explaining that Milik could not imagine continuing his adventure with OM as the Argentine coach still in office next season.

“Milik has never said at any time that he wanted to leave the prosecution in June due to disagreements with Jorge Sampaoli, says one of his representatives. Arek respects his coach and his decisions. Yesterday he simply explained (into Prime Video’s microphone, note of the editors) ) that he had to adapt to all systems. And he was the first to be dissatisfied with his performance. When he plays, he tries to do the maximum. He is focused on his season and wants to do everything so that OM are in the Champions League next season and that the team is doing well in the Europa Conference League.”

The message has been passed on and may reassure Marseille supporters. The case of Milik, which Jorge Sampaoli has great difficulty integrating into his system and his playing philosophy, will nevertheless remain one of the delicate issues of the summer.

Florent Germain in Marseille

Barça: Laporta recalls the cases of Haaland, Alves and Adama Traoré

For the anniversary of his election, Barça president Joan Laporta gave a lengthy interview to the club media on Monday evening. Where he specifically mentioned the Erling Haaland file.

“I can’t talk about the players, otherwise we will get a price increase, he said at first. Mateu, with Jordi and Xavi, work very well, they know what they want. We want to strengthen the team in all sectors.” Our advantage is that the big players want to come to Barça.” And to continue: “I have nothing to announce about this particular player (Haaland), let’s stop talking about specific cases, because it serves us.”

Laporta also spoke of the cases of Dani Alves (contract end in June) and Adama Traoré, on loan from Wolverhampton. “There are options for them to stay, he slipped. With Dani it’s easier and with Adama it’s doable, even if it’s an economic issue. We’ll see what we can do.”

Wesley Fofana extends Leicester contract

Wesley Fofana was initially linked with the Foxes until 2025, but extended with Leicester until 2027. Arriving in October 2020 from Saint-Etienne, the 21-year-old French defender has been off the field since last summer due to a broken fibula.

Foreign players playing in Russia can end the season at another club

As reported by New York Times, FIFA will allow foreign players playing in Russia to temporarily break their contracts. Specifically, the players will be able to sign a contract with another club to finish the season, but will have to return after June 30. Players like Malcom, Wilmar Barrios or Clinton N’Jie could be hit if they want to leave their club.

FIFPro, the largest players’ union, initially wanted foreign footballers to have the option of canceling their contracts completely, without being obliged to return at the end of the season.

A few days ago, Krasnodar announced the suspension of the contracts of several foreign players, including that of Rémy Cabella. The Russian club indicated that this suspension was only a step towards a termination, but that the players could not come into contact with another club at this time.

Newcastle ready to bet 60 million on Moussa Diaby

Moussa Diaby, Bayer Leverkusen’s France international, is said to be courted by Newcastle, according to information from the Daily Mail. The Magpies are reportedly preparing a €60 million offer for the 22-year-old striker. For their part, the Germans want at least as much as for the transfer of Kai Havertz to Chelsea in the summer of 2020 (80 million euros).

Marcus Rashford thinks about his future

Marcus Rashford is under contract with Manchester United until 2023 and is thinking about his future. The Red Devils striker is concerned about his lack of playing time (24 matches in all competitions, 1269 minutes).

Barca: Laporta denies negotiating with Haaland

Joan Laporta claimed that there is no negotiation in the Haaland file. “Meeting with Haaland? We haven’t negotiated anything with Haaland since Barcelona, ​​if we have to negotiate, we’ll do it with Borussia Dortmund itself. There have been no meetings, no negotiations or anything. There was no negotiation of any kind,” said the Barca president about Cadena Ser.

Did Eden Hazard leave to stay at Real?

Arriving at Real Madrid in the off-season of 2019, Eden Hazard struggles to win against the Merengues, blamed for numerous injuries. However, the 31-year-old striker only made 65 appearances for Casa Blanca for a low of 6 goals and 10 assists, sparking criticism from Madrid fans.

In an interview with The last newsKylian Hazard has left a clue about his big brother’s future. And it is on the side of Real Madrid that the Belgian could continue to play: “Eden has already made his career. He is good where he is, his family feels good there. He has a contract until 2024 and I think he that will do.” wait until then.”

Manchester United: Rangnick has a small idea for his successor, but does not reveal anything

Manchester United interim coach until the end of the season, Ralf Rangnick has an idea about his successor on the Red Devils bench, but he maintains the vagueness.

“Until now we haven’t talked about this at all, nobody, not only” [le directeur du football de United] John Murtough, but no one else, we haven’t talked about this in the last weeks and months since I’ve been here. i know my opinion [sur qui devrait prendre le poste] but so far we haven’t talked about it and that’s what I can tell you,” Rangnick told Sky Sports.

The German technician also made laudatory comments towards Erik Ten Hag, Ajax’s coach. “To start with, I don’t know Ten Hag as a person. Obviously I see the evolution of Ajax since he has been there, I know a little bit about his work when he was at Bayern Munich and I know that he is one of the best coaches in Europe , that’s clear, but there are some other top coaches, as I said, we haven’t talked about a new manager until now, so we haven’t talked about him either.”

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Just a few more months of patience before the opening of the summer transfer window. And yet the future of many players is already in the football news. Especially for players whose current contracts expire in June.

In Spain, Haaland’s soap is getting more and more intense, while Leonardo will “try anything” to keep Kylian Mbappé.