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Breaking: Paul Pogba tests positive for Covid-19

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FILE PHOTO: Soccer Football – Premier League – Manchester United v Cardiff City – Old Trafford, Manchester, Britain – May 12, 2019 Manchester United’s Paul Pogba looks dejected after the match REUTERS/Andrew Yates/File Photo

The midfielder was part of the French squad, which will take on Sweden and Croatia in the UEFA Nations League on
Manchester United midfielder Paul Pogba has tested positive for Covid-19. (Reuters/File Photo)
Manchester United midfielder Paul Pogba has tested positive for Covid-19, news agency AFP reported on Thursday. The midfielder was part of the French squad, which will take on Sweden and Croatia in the UEFA Nations League on September 5 and 8.
The midfielder has now been dropped from the side and has been replaced by teenager Eduardo Camavinga. The teenager along with Lyon’s Houssem Aouar and RB Leipzig’s Dayot Upamecano have been part of the national camp for the first time.

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Barcelona in debt, owes about £112 million

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Barcelona actually owe 19 clubs around £112million in exchange charges, as indicated by their yearly monetary report distributed on Monday.

Of that sum, the biggest total they owe is £25m (€29m) to Liverpool.

The LaLiga giants actually have a major piece to pay of the underlying £142m bargain they concurred for midfielder Philippe Coutinho three years back.

The exchange was the greatest in Barca’s set of experiences and having paid over £105m in advance to the Premier League champions for the playmaker, they consented to pay the rest in portions throughout the next years.

While Liverpool have gotten most of this, the monetary report shows the Reds are as yet sitting tight for a huge piece of this.

Barcelona likewise owe Bordeux £8.8m for winger Malcom, Gremio an extra £7m for Arthur Melo (presently at Juventus) and £14m to Ajax for Frenkie de Jong.

The Catalonians mentioned from Goldman Sachs, Allianz, Barings, Amundi and Prudential an allotment for neglecting to monetarily go along, which focuses to a non installment of around £178m.

The LaLiga side supposedly have a negative working capital of £535m, with a further £89m owed to different loan specialists.

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Arsenal signs Brighton’s keeper on loan

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Arsenal have gobbled up Brighton goalkeeper Mat Ryan on loan until the end of the season.

Ryan joins the Gunners to “provide competition and support ” for No 1 decision Bernd Leno, and Alex Runarsson.

Leno has remained ever-present for Arsenal in the Premier League this season, beginning every one of the 19 matches, while Runarsson has shown up and a single appearance in the EFL Cup.

Ryan, 28 had been a normal at Brighton, showing up more than three-and-a-half seasons, however as of late lost his place to Spaniard Robert Sanchez.

Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta speaking on the signing said: “We know Mat very well through his performances with Brighton in recent seasons and he brings additional quality to our squad.

“Mat has very good Premier League experience and has played over 100 times in the league, which is something that will benefit us greatly on and off the pitch.

“We welcome Mat to Arsenal and look forward to working with him this season.”

The Australian goalkeeper praising his move tweeted:

Signing for the club you grew up supporting as a kid Heavy check mark @Arsenal. Buzzing to be beginning this new chapter and will give everything I’ve got to contribute to the first club I ever loved.

Maty Ryan who turns into Arsenal’s first marking of the January window will wear the number 33 pullover during his visit at the club.

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Real Madrid coach tests positive for covid-19

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Real Madrid supervisor Zidane tests positive Zinedine Zidane’s now violent week has gotten ugly, as the Real Madrid coach and manager tested positive for COVID-19.

The news was uncovered in an explanation delivered by Real Madrid in no time before Zidane was expected to talk at the Friday’s public interview in front of the La Liga fixtures against Alaves.

Assistant manager, David Bettoni will deal with the reins as he recuperates for the infection.

Zidane joins Nacho Fernandez, Hazard, Casemiro on the rundown of Madrid staff who have been infected by COVID-19.

Los Blancos supervisor Zidane has been feeling the squeeze, in the wake of leaving two domestic cups in seven days. Be that as it may, football will assume a lower priority as the Madrid manager makes a fast recuperation.

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