It may be little consolation to Chelsea fans that Barcelona’s financial irresponsibility may finally catch up with them after missing out on Raphinha and Jules Kounde, but it may provide some karma at the end of a disappointing summer. According to Barcelona-based reporter Alfredo Martnez, if Frenkie de Jong refuses to leave or accept a wage cut due to La Liga’s financial restrictions, the Spanish giants will have a difficult time signing players like Robert Lewandowski, Raphinha, and Kounde. In general, no one in the wider football community should sympathize with Barcelona. Werner, Timo The Juventus transfer provides Kai Havertz with an ideal Chelsea opportunity. Their desperation to win one transfer window in the face of financial turmoil reflects a dysfunctional culture that refuses to face its own reality, instead focusing on beating out European rivals to targets, even if the consequences could be severe. As Gary Neville correctly pointed out, the club’s bullying culture toward De Jong is shameful, and the desire to sell off more parts of the club in order to buy new players while owing money to those they already have is truly abhorrent. Of course, given that this is an established European club with a long history, don’t expect many inquests or widespread condemnation, as you might see with Manchester City or PSG, who are frequently portrayed as the bad guys of modern football. It has taken some people weeks to even look in the direction of the Camp Nou, which is quite surprising given the size of the club in question. However, their actions clash with a broader narrative about who are football’s heroes and villains. When Barcelona’s irresponsible actions led to the loss of Lionel Messi to PSG last summer, there was some form of mourning over the fact that the Argentine, who had been valued at £700 million by Barcelona to deter any interest, had lost one of the richest sportsmen of all time to another rich club. We were supposed to be sympathetic rather than condemning. You might hear more excuses now that Barcelona’s insanity is the result of a broken transfer market that forces them to spend and risk their future. That is complete nonsense. They should be playing the players they have, and if, as happened last summer, De Jong puts them in a no-win situation, there will only be one party to blame. READING NEXT Frank Lampard is alarmed by Thomas Tuchel. Chelsea’s realization raises serious concerns about Everton. Denzel Dumfries’ departure suggests Chelsea’s desire for two aces, with Jules Kounde’s future uncertain. Todd Boehly must be decisive and respond to Chelsea transfer message from Thomas Tuchel. Jurgen Klopp predicts Arsenal and Chelsea will win the Premier League. The president of Barcelona may have hinted at a Chelsea transfer offer for Frenkie de Jong.
Barcelona’s desperation to sign Frenkie de Jong could offer Chelsea a bit of karma
Jul-28 02:47 first published at 02:47 AM
GemXX Corporation Reports Positive Revenues and Net Income for the Second quarter of the Year
Las Vegas, Nevada, August 16, 2022 (BUSINESS WIRE) — GEMXX Corporation (OTC: GEMZ) $GEMZ (“the Company”), a leader in the Ammolite Gemstone Mine to Market Segment, announces positive quarterly revenue results. The Company is highlighting significant accomplishments, laying the groundwork for aggressive growth in the coming year. “We are very pleased with the Company’s performance.”
The injury crisis at Luton Town continues to mount. Luton Town boss Nathan Jones says he is “pillaged” for making changes
Harry Cornick was injured and missed Saturday’s 1-0 loss to Preston. Hatters manager Nathan Jones is becoming increasingly frustrated that his squad has already become’stretched’ in only the first month of the season. Last season, Luton Town’s play-off hopes were dashed after they were decimated by injuries that left them without a number of key
Harry Kane to sign new Tottenham contract in the next six months?
(Photo courtesy of Tottenham Hotspur FC/Tottenham Hotspur FC/Getty Images) Jamie Redknapp, an ex-Liverpool and Tottenham Hotspur midfielder, has stated that he would not be surprised if Harry Kane signed a contract extension in the near future. Kane’s time at N17 has been filled with ups and downs over the last year or so. He had
Jamie Bynoe-Gittens has signed a new five-year contract with Borussia Dortmund, aged 18.
Dortmund’s English forward Jamie Bynoe-Gittens (left) and Dortmund’s German forward Youssoufa Moukoko react during the game against SC on August 12, 2022, in Freiburg im Breisgau, southwestern Germany. — Subscribe to our Telegram channel and browser alerts to stay up to date on the latest news from AFP. Tuesday, August 16, 2022 6:02 PM MYT
Deutsche Telekom and FC Bayern Munich extend sponsorship deal until 2027
German incumbent telecom Deutsche Telekom and FC Bayern Munich, the Bundesliga team with ten consecutive titles, have agreed to extend their 20-year partnership until 2027. The German duo announced that the deal will benefit the telecom operator’s brand popularity while also driving technological innovation in the game, though no specifics were provided. According to the