December 6, 2022

Al-Hilal to release Ighalo if they get Ronaldo

Saudi Arabian club Al-Hilal are putting efforts to sign Cristiano Ronaldo. If they can get him signed they will start listening to offers for striker Odion Ighalo, according to Sky Sports.

The Portuguese received an offer from a Saudi Arabian outfit in the summer but chose to turn it down to continue his European sojourn.

Chelsea To Beat Man Utd To Costa Signing

Chelsea have made contact with Porto goalkeeper Diogo Costa, Relevo reports. The 23-year-old goalkeeper has caught the attention of several teams in Europe, including Manchester United, but Chelsea hope to jump to the front of the queue to sign him by reaching out to discuss a move. The shot stopper has a €75 million release clause in his contract.

Ziyech unsure of Chelsea stay amid Serie A interest

Hakim Ziyech says it is “difficult to say” whether he will still be a Chelsea player at the end of January amid significant interest from a number of Serie A clubs, report The Sun.

Torino star Singo to snub Juventus

Wilfried Singo is in no rush to follow ex-Torino team-mate Gleison Bremer in joining Juventus. The Bianconeri are among the teams following the 21-year-old defender, but Calciomercato claims he could opt to snub the Turin giants and stay at Torino for the time being.


Celtic reach agreement to sign Japanese defender Kobayashi

Celtic have confirmed an agreement to sign Yuki Kobayashi from J-League club Vissel Kobe. The Japanese defender, 22 – who has signed a five-year deal – can train with the club from December 1 and will be eligible to play competitive football once the registration window opens in January.

OFFICIAL: Kuyt sacked by ADO Den Haag

Former Netherlands international Dirk Kuyt has been fired just months into his first coaching job by second division ADO Den Haag after winning only four games this season, Dutch media said on Thursday.

The 42-year-old was appointed coach in June after the club missed out on a top flight place at the end of a playoff penalty shootout.

But hopes of pushing for promotion again have been stymied by a poor run of form that has seen them fall to 17th place in the 20-team division, winning only four of 16 league games played this season.

The club are using the opportunity of the World Cup break to change coaches as their next match is on December 11.

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