Paul Pogba speaks out
Paul Pogba has spoken at length to GQ Italia. The interview was published on Thursday, and he stated great positivity even though the difficult events that occurred with his brother Mathias: "I've always been like that, naturally. I am a positive person. And maybe people in the end like positive people." A communication move that looks strategic as the World Cup is coming soon.
The Spurs should be active this winter
Hugo Lloris, goalkeeper and captain of the London club, is approaching retirement, but above all the end of his contract which expires in 2024. Antonio Conte would like to recruit Jan Oblak, according to the Evening Standard. Tottenham's main task is to extend Harry Kane's contract. With a year left on his contract, the Three Lions' star striker could be tempted to move to a new league. According to the latest information obtained by Bild, Bayern Munich has not closed the file on Harry Kane. The Bavarian giants see him as the ideal successor to Robert Lewandowski. Finally, Antonio Conte has decided on the future of Dejan Kulusevski. The Swede, on loan from Juventus since January 2021, will stay in London. According to information from journalist Fabrizio Romano, Spurs will lift his €35 million obligation to buy. And to do so, the 22-year-old winger needs to play 20 Premier League games and qualify for the Champions League.
Messi to extend his PSG’s journey?
After last year's weak season, moreover under Messi’s standards, the Argentinian recently got back in form and declared: "I feel good, I had a bad time before where I never managed to find myself. This year it's different, I've arrived more comfortable at the club, in the dressing room, and at the game. I feel very good and I've enjoyed myself again." Even though Barcelona is dreaming about a return, PSG proposed to extend his contract according to the information of Spanish media Cadena Ser. One season, plus an optional year with quite the same economic conditions, a salary of around €30m per year, should be proposed to him
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A great new signing for the Blues?
According to German media outlet Bild, French international Christopher Nkunku (8 caps) recently underwent medical tests before signing for Chelsea next summer. His release clause is 60 million euros. Last year, the youngster got named player of the Bundesliga after scoring 20 goals and providing 13 assists in 34 games. What a signing it could be!