AC Milan striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic is not only one of the most lethal and prolific strikers of his generation, but he is also one of the most controversial footballers of all time. He has a dramatic way of infusing his talent and controversy into his game and it is one of the numerous traits that make him stand out from other football stars. Despite being one of the best strikers of all time, he is rarely talked about and the reason for that has been largely credited to how he has a sarcastic answer or response to every question thrown at him or just any random sarcastic statement during an interview or press conference.
Manchester United midfielder Nemanja Matic continues to look increasingly likely to leave Old Trafford this summer and there are a number of clubs interested in signing him. The Serbia international star is currently in the final few months of his current contract and there are currently no signs forthcoming that he will be offered a new contract extension at the club. Talks over a new deal have not been activated and with Solksjær seemingly not interested in retaining the services of the former Chelsea midfielder, he could be exiting the Theater of Dreams.
In what will come as a shocking piece of news, the United States Major League Soccer giants Los Angeles Galaxy football club have appeared as a possible destination for Real Madrid star Eden Hazard. The Belgium international forward has not made the sort of impact that was expected of him after leaving Chelsea and sealing a move to the Santiago Bernabeu some months ago.
Major League Soccer giants Los Angeles Galaxy have continued to fulfill the promise they made to their fans that they will keep on working to work hard in order to attract new signings to the club ahead of the new season. They have now announced that they have completed all the necessary formalities to sign veteran midfield star Victor Vazquez from Belgian league side Eupen. The 34-year-old midfielder has signed a one-year deal at the club and has the option of an extension for a further year included in the deal.
Major League Soccer giants Los Angeles Galaxy have decided to take a bold step in their quest to toughen up their defensive Backline with the proposed signing of Boca Juniors defender Christian Pavon. The report is being gathered by Argentinian news outlet TYC Sports, who claim that LA Galaxy are more than willing to bring back the defender to the club where he initially established himself as a great and effective goal-scoring defender.
Major League Soccer (MLS) giants LA Galaxy have signed a Premier League goalkeeper to bolster their squad ahead of the 2021 season. LA Galaxy needed to sign a new goalkeeper and they have moved for Jonathan Bond. His transfer from Premier League newcomers West Brom was announced at the end of last week. The transfer for the shot stopper was confirmed by LA Galaxy on Thursday.
Jonathan Bond has a US passport and this means that he won’t occupy an international roster at LA Galaxy. It’s a big bonus that the signing of Jonathan Bond won’t take up the already limited spot for international players at the club.
The LA Galaxy duo of Javier Hernandez and Jonathan dos Santos have been named on the top 20 list of the highest earners in the MLS (Major League Soccer). This is according to the list from bolavip.com which took into account their financial details from last year.
Mexican international Jonathan dos Santos is the younger brother of former LA Galaxy player Giovanni dos Santos and he earns a reported $2m per annum. Jonathan dos Santos is in 15th position on the list. His brother Giovanni dos Santos was on the payroll of LA Galaxy from 2015 to 2018 before he left the club to join Club America in his native Mexico last year.
Liverpool are reported to have decided against signing any marquee player this summer. The club’s owners are concerned about making any major investments at the club. The current EPL champions have been linked with top names including Kalidou Koulibaly and Thiago Alcantara of Napoli and Bayern Munich respectively, but latest reports indicate that the club will be very careful when it comes to incoming players next season.
Liverpool had planned another window of sparse additions before the COVID-19 outbreak. With the club’s revenue streams taking an unexpected battering like many other clubs around the world. The effect of the pandemic will curtail the finances at Anfield further. Links with Bayern Munich’s star Thiago continue to gather momentum, but with the current group having just won the Premier League title, it is believed Liverpool will only pursue deals which represent extraordinary financial value in the current financial situation.
Major League Soccer (MLS) giant LA Galaxy are hoping to land Italian forward Mario Balotelli, as per reports from Italian sources. Following spells at Nice and Marseille, Balotelli returned to the Serie A this season where he has netted five times in 19 games.
The goals would likely not be enough to keep the club afloat at the end of the season. Brescia have garnered only 16 points after 26 games and sit at the bottom of the table. The Rondinelle are set to be relegated to the Serie B.
The former Manchester City and Liverpool man is already preparing to leave the club after only a season. He joined on a free transfer deal till 2022 but he is keen on a fresh challenge. His agent Mino Raiola is in talks with LA Galaxy over a switch when North America football resumes. There are also links to Brazilian clubs or leagues that have a calendar years schedule and where he can start playing immediately.
Zlatan Ibrahimovic’s long term future at AcMilan is in doubt. The club is preparing for major change in the summer. Zvonimir Boban and Paolo Maldini might leave the club in the summer. The two were instrumental in bringing Ibrahimovic to the San Siro and their departure might also lead to Ibrahimovic’s departure from the club.
Ibrahimovic joined AC Milan as a free agent in December. The Swede who last played with LA Galaxy in the MLS, joined Milan after his time in MLS came to an end. He joined Milan on a six-month deal with an option of extension should the club qualify for the Champions league.
The January transfer window is around the corner and Barcelona are reported to have their sights on the mostly unlikely of leagues: MLS football.
According to Jonathan dos Santos, the Catalans are more than impressed with the numbers the Mexico international has been able to crunch out and they are ready to bet on the former Real Sociedad striker.