When Ousmane Dembélé arrived in Barcelona, the Blaugrana club paid 105 million plus 40 in variables. These bonuses, at the rate of five million per goal met, were based on games played, qualifying for the Champions League and winning this competition. According to this program, Dortmund has been paid 20 million in bonus since the arrival of Ousmane and has been left to only one game to be able to charge five more this season. The yellows have charged for qualifying for the Champions in both seasons and when Dembélé played his 25th game and his 50th game. Now, with 74 official matches under his belt, Barça has been left to a meeting of having to pay.Dortmund has already lost the option of getting two bonuses, which forced Barca to pay if he harvested the previous two Champions, and has two that he can still charge: if Dembélé plays his 75th match and if he reaches 100 with the Blaugrana club. To get the total, The transfer will be estimated at a total of 135 million euros. Ousmane Dembélé’s injury has turned FC Barcelona’s lead into an even more intense headache for the Blaugrana club. Since their arrival, Quique Setién is without Suárez and for several days ago, they cannot count on French either.Although at a sporting level it represents a significant loss since Setién only has Messi, Griezmann and Ansu Fati available to form his front, On an economic level, that Dembélé does not play anymore will prevent five million euros from going to Dortmund, as the Chiringuito reported.
De Tomás performed the first activation and warm-up exercise, while Abelardo Fernández himself shared a breastplate with other teammates to continue completing the training. After that, the session became behind closed doors. The presence of RdT, however, is contingent on completing this Friday’s training with good feelings and on Saturday, in a session that will take place at noon, do not have pain either.The player was injured last Saturday before Abelardo gave the list of summoned for the match against Sevilla. The Madrid noticed some discomfort in the right adductor that prevented him from going to Sánchez Pizjuán. The tests denied that there was a break, so everything depended on the sensations of the player. Until that meeting, De Tomás accumulated four goals in four LaLiga games. The bitter hangover of Wolverhampton had a main focus on the training of Espanyol in the Sports City. And it had more to do with Sunday’s LaLiga match against Valladolid than with the 4-0 consequences of the round of 16 of the Europa League. Raúl de Tomás has completed the first 15 minutes of training with the rest of his teammates, so tomorrow will pass the last test and there is optimism with his call to travel to the New Zorrilla.
Simeone began to test in the training session today a possible eleven to face Sevilla, in which it will be the first final of those that the Madrid team has left. The rojiblanco coach arranged several games in which he let glimpse a starting eleven. João Félix would be the big news against Sevilla and enter by Carrasco, who played at home against Espanyol. Simeone, in the different games and ball exercises, put an eleven in which they were Vrsaljko, Savic, Felipe, Beautiful (Lodi did thoughtful work in the gym and that’s fine, so he could be a starter); Correa, Marcos Llorente, Saúl, Koke; Morata and João Félix.Thomas is low by penalty and in this place the Cholo placed Marcos Llorente, who could regain ownership in this meeting. As can be seen from the rehearsals, Correa could go down to the center of the field, on the right side, so that the Portuguese play on top with Morata. João Félix does not start from January 26, in the match against Leganés. The Portuguese has already played after his injury, although he had not yet played in the starting eleven. He played a few minutes in front of Villarreal and Espanyol. Before Sevilla will recover ownership. Giménez, OK; Lemar is still lowGiménez, who stayed off the list of summoned in the last league match due to discomfort in one knee, exercised without problems with the rest of his teammates and had no physical problems. He was not with the whole group Lemar, who is still recovering from his injury. The Frenchman did not train, although he followed his recovery plan in the gym. We will see if the French can be incorporated progressively with the rest of his teammates.
Are you in favor of playing a game without an audience?Nobody likes to play without an audience, we have to adapt because football is for fans but they are measures for an extraordinary situation. We will have to adapt but we think that football is for fans, it will be a rare experience for everyone.Almería is the top scorer in the Second Division …We are a very vertical team, we have good forwards and we want to achieve victory to continue aspiring to promotion.What do you think about Albacete?It is a solid team that hardly concedes occasions and they are dangerous in attack. Also with Lucas Alcaraz they have not lost and it will be a difficult match.Besides soccer you also like racket sports …I have always liked any type of sport and it is always good to disconnect in my spare time. You scored a goal in Tenerife that was key to achieving Albacete’s salvation …I remember that goal and I’m glad it could serve to achieve permanence. My stage in Albacete was very good, I was good at the club and I have good friendsYou are a favorite to get promoted …With the arrival of the new owner we have taken a leap in quality, our first objective was to achieve salvation but now we are fighting for promotion. There is still a lot but we will tryIs Sunday a special game?Without a doubt, it will be a special game because it is a stadium that I like. I was very comfortable in the city and I will also meet former colleagues.
De la Víbora entered Madrid at just eight years old, at Benjamín B (2011-12) after taking his first steps at URJ Móstoles (2008-11). Natural de Móstoles, in addition to wanting to follow in Marcelo’s footsteps, also has Iker Casillas as a reference. The goalkeeper, a Madridista legend, also entered the white youth team very young and also went to train daily from Móstoles, although in his case he went to the old Sports City and not to Valdebebas.In the Spanish Selection they have De la Víbora. It was a fixture in Julen Guerrero’s calls for the U-16 and this season was going to count for David Gordo in the U17, but the coronavirus crisis has prevented the Elite Round and the European Championship from being played. A small setback, although given his youth there will be plenty of years to see him defending the national team shirt in the future … David de la Víbora (Madrid, 2003) is one of those footballers that Madrid has pointed to since Valdebebas entered as a project to reach the first team in the future. He is a fast left back, very offensive, which many resemble with Marcelo not only for his hairstyle, but also for his way of playing. He likes to get to the bottom line to focus, but he does not do it only for speed, but one of his great virtues is his ability to associate: he uses the walls a lot to overwhelm rivals. This ability also allows him to adapt to the position of midfielder or attacking midfielder, although his favorite demarcation and where he usually plays is the left-back. He currently plays in Juvenil C, although the next course could jump directly to Youth A when Miguel Gutiérrez goes to Castilla. He is also one of those players who, from a young age, is tempted by European clubs. However, at the Bernabéu they look with concern at what is happening in the Barcelona youth academy, where the flight of talent in recent years is worrying, and they try that the Valdebebas does not happen the same. That is why De la Víbora signed his first professional contract at the age of 16 to scare the interest of Manchester United, Tottenham or Juventus, among others. For Madrid, which for some years has imposed the policy of recruiting the best young people on the planet, It is essential to send the message that no great talent leaves La Fábrica. World promises are important, but even more so are those that have been formed since its inception in Madrid.
“People who are having a tough time must be helped as a lot as doable,” mentioned Nadal, the first to communicate from his house in Porto Cristo after commenting on his adventures in the kitchen and the proven fact that he has received “slightly weight, however managed. ” “At first the information was so horrible that it had been tough to really feel like something. I did issues, however with little hope to stand up and be higher. I used to be watching tv all day, listening to what they informed me and it was all destructive, then I returned to my routines, to bodily preparation morning and afternoon, and to assume constructive, “confessed the Balearic, who from Indian Wells, simply Earlier than returning to Spain, he noticed every little thing “nonetheless very distant, however already realizing the state of affairs in Italy.” Now, what worries him the least “is tennis.” “I do my job in order that the physique doesn’t atrophy greater than it That this. That is critical and goes on for a very long time and there are such a lot of people struggling a lot that sport is the least of it. “Of the identical opinion is his nice rival on the circuit, Djokovic: “We’re in Spain with the entire household, following the directions like the entire nation. What there may be now exceeds our sport. I’m prepared to play, however it might be in the coming months “Now we’re at house with the household, with pleasure as a result of it is one thing uncommon to be at all times touring. In the future I believe we’ll stay right here. Forgive for my Spanish,” mentioned the Serbian elñ, primary in the world.Then Gasol, an incredible pal of Rafa spoke: “He despatched me a few messages, first to see how he was after which to see what we might do. We met to name us and he informed me that he was very affected, seeing him intently with seriousness. Me too I used to be involved as a result of I knew this was going to come to the United States as nicely, the place I’m. We wished to see how we might make a joint effort to encourage the entire sport to be a part of us. ” A very powerful athletes in Spain, in some instances additionally in the world, and even foreigners equivalent to Novak Djokovic, have come collectively so as to increase funds in a time of unprecedented disaster due to the coronavirus pandemic. To provide a brand new increase to the Pink Cross Reply challenge in opposition to COVID-19, with which the establishment intends to get 11 million euros to help 1,350,000 people, Rafa Nadal and Pau Gasol participated in a particular program that was concurrently broadcast by Cope and Onda Cero, The Partidazo in The Transistor. They devised the #NuestraMejorVictoria marketing campaign to contain the world of sport in that solidarity plan, and a number of other of these who joined the initiative of the basketball participant and tennis participant, equivalent to Fernando Alonso, Djokovic, who was the nice shock from Marbella, Carlos Sainz father and son, Sergio Busquets, Iker Casillas, Ona Carbonell and Carolina Marín, additionally intervened in the radio house from their properties.
“Competition for Upa it’s very strong “, sources close to the French central explain to AS. The Premier seemed to be the winning horse last summer, with Arsenal as the main bidder (punctured with Leipzig), but now the situation is different due to the growth of Upamecano in this unfinished season, together with the uncertainty caused by the crisis in the coronavirus. The French center back has the frying pan by the handle because, whatever happens, he wants to leave his current club. As this newspaper reported, he has pressured Leipzig to sell him. Alone has a contract until 2021 and is in the same as its termination clause this summer will drop from € 100 to € 60M.That is the number that Bayern plans to offer, according to information from Sport Bild. They are determined after monitoring Upamecano intensively. But the price could go down. For the Covid-19 and because then there was Zidane (and by extension Real Madrid) involved.The one who attends the bid almost as a mere spectator is Leipzig. In January they rubbed their hands together because they still had faith in retaining Upamecano (“Dayot is one of the best in the Bundesliga, no wonder the older ones want himIn fact, it would be strange that in summer they did not call for him, but we trust that he continues to grow here, “said his sports director), but they already privately assume that they will escape.Bayern offers ownership … Madrid has ZizouAlthough the defender’s environment wants a pause in this spiral of uncertainty generated by the coronavirus to better evaluate his options, in Munich and Madrid they handle different cards in this game. Bayern would offer Upamecano ownership as caramel and the factor that the Bundesliga already knows and adaptation is not in danger. AND at the Bernabéu there is the magnetism of Zidane when it comes to convincing potential signings … A hand in hand by Upamecano. Real Madrid and Bayern All their lives they have played intense duels on the field of play and now they will have another one, but in the offices. As AS published last 10th, French central defender Dayot Upamecano (RB Leipzig, 21 years old) Zidane especially likes it, but also the Munich giant. The Bavarian entity had been carefully planning the reconstruction of its defense because Jerome Boateng and David Alaba they are at the exit door and Upamecano tops their list …
BUENOS AIRES, Argentina (AP): Argentina and Brazil drew 1-1 in their much-awaited World Cup qualifier on Friday, with neither of the traditional South American powers able to secure the victory needed to kick-start their slow start to the 2018 qualifying campaign. Ezequiel Lavezzi scored in the 34th minute for Argentina, but Lucas Lima levelled in the 59th to disappoint a sellout crowd at River Plate’s Monumental Stadium in the Argentine capital. Argentina, the World Cup runners-up last year in Brazil, have only two points from three qualifying games. They played on Friday without three injured stars – Lionel Messi, Sergio Aguero and Carlos Tevez – and it showed. Brazil have four points from three games. they had Neymar back from a four-game ban, but continued to struggle with pressure mounting on coach Dunga and Argentina’s Gerardo Martino. Ecuador lead South American qualifying with a perfect nine points, followed by Chile with seven and Uruguay with six. Peru recorded their first points of the campaign after two losses by winning 1-0 at home against Paraguay. Jefferson Farfan scored the sole goal in the 20th minute and the hosts held on in a match they could not afford to lose if they were to challenge for the top four spots which yield World Cup berths. The classic showdown between South America’s traditional powers was delayed a day when torrential rain in Buenos Aires prompted officials to call off the match before it began on Thursday. Friday’s match began with a minute of silence for the scores killed in Friday’s shootings and explosions in Paris. Lavezzi broke through as Argentina dominated the first half, lashing in a short-range shot from a perfect cross from the right side by Gonzalo Higuain. It was Argentina’s first goal in three World Cup qualifiers. The goal came after Argentina dominated the first half with Ever Banega, Angel Di Maria and Facundo Roncaglia testing Brazil keeper Alisson with early chances. Neymar hardly touched the ball in the first half and was ineffective when he did. Brazil had few chances and seldom mounted an attack, though they pressed and were better in the second half. Banega should have put Argentina ahead 2-0, but hit the post in the 47th with an open goal facing him. Brazil capitalised on that reprieve and scored when Lima knocked in a ball that bounced to him after Douglas Costa had hit the crossbar. Argentina probably had the best chance to win late when Nicolas Otamendi’s headed a ball just wide of the near post in the 86th. In the next round of qualifiers on Tuesday, it’s: Colombia vs Argentina, Venezuela vs Ecuador, Paraguay vs Bolivia, Uruguay vs Chile, and Brazil vs Peru.
NOT NEW TO CONTROVERSY The interview once again sparked controversy, especially against the backdrop of his “don’t blush, baby” scandal during the Big Bash last January, for which he was reprimanded and fined for his contentious comments. Somerset, with whom Gayle will take up a six-match contract in the T20 Blast shortly, said this week they were “disappointed” to read Gayle’s comments and would talk to the player once he arrived at the club. The 36-year-old Jamaican is one of the most sought-after Twenty20 stars and is currently playing for Royal Challengers Bangalore in the Indian Premier League. MELBOURNE, Australia (CMC): West Indies batting star Chris Gayle will not be returning to Melbourne Renegades for this year’s Big Bash League. The franchise confirmed they had decided to focus their attention elsewhere for the coming season, ruling out any possibility of Gayle being part of the line-up. “We’ll unveil our international signings soon and Chris isn’t part of those plans,” Renegades Chief Executive Stuart Coventry said. The move by the Renegades comes quickly on the heels of the latest sexism controversy involving Gayle last week. In an interview with journalist Charlotte Edwards, published in the Times paper in England, Gayle is quoted as saying he has “a very, very big bat, the biggest in the wooooorld”. He added: “You think you could lift it? You’d need two hands.” Edwards also said Gayle asked her how many black men she has “had” and also inquired if she had ever been involved in a “t’eesome”.
The St Elizabeth Technical frontline pair of Jovoney Brown and Demar James continued their rich goalscoring form as each netted a brace to fire STETHS to a comfortable 4-1 win over Lacovia in their ISSA/Flow Zone E daCosta Cup match in Santa Cruz yesterday.With the win, STETHS also punched their ticket for the Inter-Zone round with one game left in the group phase of the competition alongside Cornwall College, Dinthill, Manchester High, and Vere Technical.Brown has, so far, scored 11 times, while James appears to be just warming to the task, with five goals in as many matches. Their goalscoring exploits are all the more important with the season loss of dependable striker Romio Wright.STETHS move on to 21 points courtesy of the win, with the skillful James opening the scoring in the 8th minute. It was a simple goal, casually taken by the player, as his shot to the far corner was hard and low, leaving little chance for Lacovia keeper Chavaughn Dennis.His second came in the 56th minute when Dennis fumbled the ball and James capitalised with an even easier attempt to make the game 4-0.RACKING UP GOALSIn between his strikes, Brown, who has been carrying the bulk of STETHS scoring weight, got on to the score sheet in the 14th and 45th minute to take his tally for the season so far to 11 and second in the goal scorers race, two adrift of Jevaughn Ennis of Glenmuir High.”It always feels good to get goals. Today, we should have scored more, but four was enough,” he told The Gleaner.Oshane Staple scored Lacovia’s consolation in the 87th minute as the sheen from their win over the champions just over a week ago was muddied by the loss, which keeps them third in the zone on 13 points, with Munro College holding on to the second automatic qualifying spot.Munro easily brushed aside Black River 4-0 to strengthen their chances of advancing to the next round. They have 15 points.Yesterday’s resultsSTETHS 4, Lacovia 1Munro 4, Black River 0Bog Walk 5, Guys Hill 1Belair 1, Manchester 5Lennon 9, Knox 1Dinthill 18, McGrath 0Foga Road 0, Garvey Maceo 2Glenmuir 5, Denbigh 0