Champion’s League crazy night
Inter Milan and Barcelona had a spectacular confrontation and the Italians finished with the advantage. Barcelona is almost out of the competition, and the Spanish press is implacable: "on the brink of the abyss every year", says Marca. A win for Inter against Viktoria Plzeň in their next match would definitively seal the fate of Xavi's men, "alive by a miracle", sums up the newspaper Sport.
Liverpool humiliated Glasgow Rangers 1-7. The English press paid tribute to Salah this morning, as The Sun did. "Woah Salah", exclaims the English tabloid. The Egyptian came on as a 68th-minute substitute and in just six minutes made Champions League history. The Daily Mirror called him a "flying Salah" on its front page. The 30-year-old is also featured on the cover of the Daily Star, which also highlights Roberto Firmino, a two-time scorer.
In the other games, Napoli keeps impressing as they won 4-2 against Ajax. Tottenham won a difficult game against Eintracht Francfort by 3-2. At the end of this journey, are already qualified: Real Madrid, Man City, Napoli, Bruges and Bayern Munich.
ManU is in sales!
According to the Daily Express, the Glazers family, who own the Manchester club, want to make the Red Devils the most valuable sports team in the world. And yes, the Glazers family is asking for no less than 10 billion pounds! The Daily Star and the Daily Mirror also reported this on their front pages, but they put the figure at £9 billion. Who’s interested?
Mbappé to leave next summer
The relationship between the capital club and its star seems to have broken down. A departure next summer is becoming clearer than ever. According to L'Equipe, the French international, who would like to leave the capital in January, is becoming increasingly isolated in his dressing room. The daily does not hesitate to speak of the world champion's annoyance, whose power grab at the time of his extension deeply annoyed his teammates. Of course, Real Madrid is on the short-list to sign him as soon as possible.
How about the Blues?
Benjamin Pavard could leave Bayern Munich next summer. According to Bild, Chelsea is still interested in the French international and has put him on their shortlist. The situation of the defender, who is under contract until June 2024, would encourage the Londoners to activate this track at the end of the season.