Pogba to miss the World Cup

Sep 6, 2022

Pogba to miss the World Cup

Paul Pogba, suffering from a knee injury, decided to have a medical operation. Add this to the sorcery affair engaging the player and it looks more and more obvious that the midfielder will miss the World Cup this winter.

Huge polemic for PSG

Facing the press before the UCL game against Juventus, PSG’s coach Christophe Galtier and Kylian Mbappé provoked a polemic with their reactions. To a question concerning the ecological impact of all the flight's travels of their team, Galtier ironically answered: "I was waiting for that question. This morning, we spoke to the company that organises our travel, and we are looking into whether we can travel by float" he said, while Mbappé was laughing. The response on social media was immediate, and many fans showed their disappointment.

Brendan Rodgers’s position weakened

Leicester’s coach is living a delicate moment. His team is facing a disastrous start to the season, and the large defeat against Brighton (5-2) puts the Foxes in the last position in the Premier League. The Athletic said on Monday that Brendan Rodgers was not worried, but that the situation would change if things did not improve.

How about the Blues

Chelsea always active on the market

Even though the transfer window closed, the Blues are already preparing for the winter one. The Evening Standard explains that they are still targeting two players they wanted this summer. The London club offered no less than €50m for Edson Alvarez, who even skipped training to join Chelsea, but Ajax Amsterdam refused because the timing did not allow them time to find a replacement. The 24-year-old Mexican defensive midfielder, who is also capable of playing in central defense, is the Blues' priority and they are also keen on Romeo Lavia (Southampton) and Ibrahim Sangare (PSV Eindhoven). Chelsea has also made unsuccessful attempts to sign Russian talent Arsen Zakharyan (19). Chelsea was prepared to raise the player's €15m release clause and had held talks with Dynamo Moscow, but was hampered by economic sanctions linked to the war in Ukraine. Unable to transfer the transfer funds to Russia, Thomas Tuchel's team will be working over the next few months to find a solution.

Mason after Reece?

According to many sources, Mason Mount could follow Reece James in the next hours and sign a contract extension with the Blues. Great news!

It’s match day!

The Blues start their European campaign against Dinamo Zagreb tonight. Pierre-Aymeric Aubameyang could make his first start of the season. LET’S GO!