LaLiga Santander* Data updated as of February 14, 2020 The problem is that as they say in Argentina, Real Madrid could interfere and try to convince the player to go to play in the Spanish capital, also after payment of its termination clause. “Removing Mbappé, he is the player that everyone wants”, has recently explained to ACE the albiceleste coach, Lionel Scaloni. However, although the team of Zinedine Zidane I would like to, I would have a problem to make space, since the player is extra-community and only three can be registered (Lautaro arrived in Europe in July 2018 and has no family history that could expedite the procedures of dual citizenship). Right now, Vinicius, Rodrygo and Militao do not have a European passport and if that were not enough, the medium-term plan is for Reinier to enter the plans of the first template. At this time there is already one left, although for now the 18-year-old will begin to form in the Castile. 10 And it is that in Barcelona there are only two players who occupy a foreign place: Arthur Melo and Arturo Vidal. In the case of the second, in addition, it is expected to enter into an operation for the future, since precisely Inter Milan has asked about the Chilean during the last months. Another trick they could play to try to make the operation cheaper. Anyway, Barça would have a place for him and the forward would be quite clear that it would not be difficult to become the Barca striker of the new decade knowing that Suarez is already 33 years old.Meanwhile, knowing that the future of the Argentine seems to be far from Italy, Inter Milan has already started to find a substitute for guarantees and that seems to be the Arsenal’s Gabonese attacker, Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang. LaLiga Santander* Data updated as of February 14, 2020 In this sense, it is difficult to imagine a sale of any of the four Brazilians, since none of them are over 22 years old, being the theoretical stars of the future of the white team. All this without counting Takefusa Kubo, now ceded in Mallorca, since the Japanese also occupies an extra-community place. An assignment of any of them would not be more than a patch until one of them could obtain dual citizenship (the first to be able to obtain it would be Vinicius). A problem that makes Barca start with a strategic advantage when it comes to addressing the signing. Barcelona has been considering paying the termination clause of Lautaro Martínez for months. During the month of July, the price of the Argentine would be set at 111 million euros, and is one of the most coveted strikers on the international scene. He is 22 years old and so far this year has scored 16 goals and has given 4 assists in 28 games, leaving very good feelings in the Champions League against the Barca team. That’s why Barça already thinks of him as the number one replacement for Luis Suárez, who will gradually start dosing once he recovers from his injury.
Just as he did two years ago, Sergio Ramos left his footprint all over Real Madrid’s Champions League final triumph over Atletico Madrid following a turbulent 12 months.Ramos scored a controversial opening goal in the San Siro on Saturday and nonchalantly converted his penalty in the shootout before being named man of the match and lifting European soccer’s biggest trophy for the second time in three years. (Real Madrid beat Atletico on penalties to win Champions League)Ramos influenced the game hugely from the 15th minute when he popped up in front of Atletico goalkeeper Jan Oblak to bundle Gareth Bale’s flicked header into the net and put Madrid ahead, despite appearing to be marginally offside.Ramos then threw himself in front of a goal-bound shot from Antoine Griezmann and in the second half, with the game delicately poised at 1-1, the Spaniard cut down Yannick Carrasco to end a potentially fatal Atletico attack.After marshalling his exhausted team through extra time and into the shootout, Ramos calmly tucked Real’s fourth spot-kick into the bottom corner before Cristiano Ronaldo converted the decisive penalty to secure Real’s 11th European Cup.”There are few things that can compare to winning this trophy, it’s an award for hard work and for suffering because its been a very difficult season,” Ramos told reporters.”Scoring goals is a real boost for me, when you score a goal in a final it will always go down in history.” (Diego Simeone says future uncertain at Atletico after painful final loss)advertisementLess than a year ago, Ramos was reported to be on the verge of joining Manchester United and ending his decade-long spell with Real.After a two month stand-off, he ended the speculation by penning a new improved deal in August, saying it was never his intention to leave the Spanish capital.Despite clearing up his future, Ramos endured a difficult start to the season as Real struggled to gel under coach Rafael Benitez, and the defender dislocated his shoulder a month into the season, then suffering the same injury in November. (Zinedine Zidane lavishes praise on ‘team player’ Cristiano Ronaldo)He was rushed back to play against Barcelona but came in for more criticism as Real were crushed 4-0 by Luis Enrique’s side. Ramos was sent off against Barcelona five months later at the Nou Camp, although his side went on to win 2-1.A commanding display in the 3-0 win over Wolfsburg in the Champions League quarter-final second leg marked his return to form, and Ramos admitted after that game he had had a tough season.All those issues were forgotten, however, as he jubilantly hoisted the Champions League trophy into the Milan sky.”I suffered a lot after injuring my shoulder, but I decided to stop and then I improved,” added Ramos.”It’s a privilege to finish the season like this.”