Sports Gist Across The Globe

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Photo by Giuseppe CACACE / AFP shows Nigeria’s forward Odion Ighalo (2nd-R) dribbling past Tunisia’s defender Nassim Hnid during the 2019 Africa Cup of Nations (CAN) third-place play-off football match between Tunisia and Nigeria at the Al Salam Stadium in Cairo on July 17, 2019

Chelsea are reportedly blocking Monaco’s loan move for midfielder Tiemoue Bakayoko. The Stamford Bridge side believes the loan deal is not good enough.

Borussia Dortmund reportedly doubled the wage of winger Jadon Sancho and he has signed a new deal at the club.

Juventus are eyeing a move for Barcelona forward Luis Suarez and they will look to sign him before the end of the transfer window.

Inter Milan are putting hopes in Manchester United paying half of Alexis Sanchez’s wages if he joins them on a loan move at the Serie A side.

Leicester City star Filip Benkovic has revealed he will not give up on his career at the club despite being relegated to their reserves.

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Manchester United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has reportedly stripped midfielder Paul Pogba off penalty duties after missing one against Wolverhampton on Monday.

Bournemouth boss Eddie Howe is reportedly still weighing his options as to whether to allow Jordan Ibe to join Celtic on a season-long loan.

According to reports, Athletes will be offered an electronic pill at the World Athletic Championship that will hold next month in Doha which is designed to help protect them from heat exhaustion.

Fenerbahce are still hoping they can snap up a loan move for Manchester United defender Marcos Rojo. Serie A side Roma are also trying to make a move for the Argentine.

Monaco have reportedly reached an agreement with Southampton midfielder Mario Lemina on a season-long loan.

Liverpool have rejected the approach on their 20-year old forward Bobby Duncan by Danish club Nordsjaelland.

Turkish side Besiktas have reached an agreement to sign Tottenham star Georges-Kevin N’koudou on a season-long loan.

Club Brugge have made known their interest in signing Tottenham midfielder Victor Wanyama.

Former Manchester City defender and skipper Vincent Kompany has been criticized for trying to emulate his former boss Pep Guardiola’s style of football after failing to secure any win in his first four matches as the player-coach at Anderlecht.

Juventus are interested in using Emre Can as part of their deal to sign Barcelona midfielder Ivan Rakitic.

Tottenham captain Hugo Lloris has called on the club to show resilience in a greater way if they want to win their first trophy this season since they last won one in 2008.

Birmingham are targeting 22-year old Spanish full-back Alberto Redondo who left Getafe at the end of last season.

Everton are hoping they can play some friendly matches behind closed doors in order to help some of their new players to build match fitness.

Strasbourg full-back Kenny Lala had revealed his hopes to join Paris Saint-Germain this summer.

Barcelona 19-year old left-back Juan Miranda is getting closer to securing a move to Marseille on loan for a single season despite high interest from Juventus and some other Bundesliga clubs.

There has been reports that Inter Milan forward Mauro Icardi is set to join Napoli and forward Arkadiusz Milik will be involved in the swap deal.

Inter Milan new forward Romelu Lukaku has urged Manchester United forward Alexis Sanchez to join him at the San Siro side as soon as possible.

Roma are set to secure the signing of Davide Zappacosta from Chelsea.

Arsenal are set to offer 20-year old midfielder Matteo Guendouzi a new five-year deal at the club and this will see his wage increase to £70k per week.

Head of Football Development at Aston Villa Kevin MacDonald has left the club.

BOXING
Anthony Joshua has hit out at “shallow-minded, small-minded” calls for him to replace his trainer Rob McCracken. Joshua said: “Whoever said that is a clown. Part ways with McCracken? No way. These people don’t understand loyalty.

That would be all for now, Good Morning!!!

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