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Transfer News LIVE! Cristiano Ronaldo wants Real Madrid to move, Haaland, Barcelona, ​​Arsenal, Chelsea at the latest

One of the headline rumors at the moment is that Cristiano Ronaldo has asked super agent Jorge Mendes to secure him a return to Real Madrid should he leave Manchester United at the end of the season. Barcelona finalize a deal for Adama Traore after his move to Tottenham fell through, potentially allowing Chelsea to switch for Ousmane Dembele. Borussia Dortmund star Erling Haaland has hinted that while he doesn't want to speak further about his future, he is fed up with the rumours. (Author: Gardener)

Cristiano RonaldoIt would be fair to say that the January transfer window is yet to get underway, although things could well change by the end of the month. Desperation naturally grows towards the end of the window with deals that seem to come out of the blue. One of the headline rumors at the moment is that Cristiano Ronaldo has asked super agent Jorge Mendes to secure him a return to Real Madrid should he leave Manchester United at the end of the season. Barcelona finalize a deal for Adama Traore after his move to Tottenham fell through, potentially allowing Chelsea to switch for Ousmane Dembele. Borussia Dortmund star Erling Haaland has hinted that while he doesn't want to speak further about his future, he is fed up with the rumours. Follow all about the January transfer window with Standard Sport's transfer hub! Both clubs are believed to have made moves for the Japan international, although Liverpool are unwilling to let him go this month. Despite the expressions of interest from the Ligue 1 club and the other Premier League side, the PA news agency understands Liverpool have turned them down. Could this now lead to Bernd Leno leaving the club? According to Italian journalist Carlo Alvino, Newcastle United have the money to sign for Napoli striker Victor Osimhen this month and will try to persuade the Serie A giants to sell. "To be clear, the English of Newcastle, as owners, can afford to buy Osimhen and all of Napoli together," he said. "It's a tremendous economic power but it doesn't seem to me that Napoli are considering such a transfer." Erling Haaland has spoken out about the backlash his recent transfer comments have caused. "I don't really want to say too much about it, but I felt like it was time to say something," he said. Well, I don't want to say too much. Although there have been rumors that Dembele is keen to stay at Barcelona, ​​The Athletic suggest Chelsea to bring the Frenchman to Stamford Bridge at the end of the season. Fabrizio Romano has revealed that the Wolves winger will return to his former club. Talks are on about a potentially eye-catching deal for Wolfsburg's Wout Weghorst, while Sean Dyche is desperate to inject more firepower into the squad. Spanish outlet Nacional claim Cristiano Ronaldo has asked for a Real Madrid return. The Portuguese, who has openly admitted the team isn't performing as he expects, is said to have told agent Jorge Mendes to try to plan a return to the Spanish capital this summer. Southampton are negotiating a deal with Chelsea for academy graduate Tino Anjorin, writes Jack Rosser. The 20-year-old is about to call off his loan deal with Russian club Lokomotiv Moscow before making his move again this month. Southampton, which has become a second home for Chelsea graduates, loaned Tino Livramento permanently and Armando Broja from the Blues over the summer. Both Livramento and Broja have enjoyed great success on the south coast this season and the Saints are keen to make the latter's loan deal permanent. Talks have been going on this month to get ahead of other prospects - including West Ham's top four pursuers - but a deal in the summer seems more likely. Anjorin cannot join Ralph Hasenhuttl's side on loan as they already have a Chelsea player on a temporary contract, but talks have started on the possibility of a permanent transfer before Monday's deadline. If that can't be achieved, a Championship loan for the attacking midfielder, who has just recovered from a fractured metatarsal, is the likeliest avenue if Southampton are ready to return in the summer. Talks are at an early stage and no fee has yet been agreed, although the Blues have included a £17million purchase option in the loan deal with Lokomotiv Moscow. Kalidou Koulibaly is Juventus' ideal Matthijs de Ligt replacement should the centre-back leave in the summer. Chelsea are one of several teams monitoring the Dutch defender but after costing the old lady around £65million they expect a hefty fee for his services. Napoli defender Koulibaly is Juve's preference should he leave, says La Gazzetta dello Sport, with hopes he wants another big move after turning 30 last June. Despite the club attacking the player and his camp after contract talks collapsed, Spanish outlet Sport now claim that Dembele has the will to stay at Camp Nou. Barcelona reportedly want to redeem the Frenchman before the end of the month. Chelsea winger Christian Pulisic has admitted he found it "tough" after being moved around the attack by Thomas Tuchel. "I've learned a lot and I'm ready to hopefully be in a place where I'm more comfortable in the next few games." Leicester, Burnley Everton and Aston Villa are all chasing Jesse Lingard after his move to Newcastle fell through. The player is described by MEN as distraught at how Manchester United have handled his future, with West Ham also falling out of the picture due to their top-four rivalry. United reportedly reckon Lingard would be worth £50m if his contract didn't expire. According to multiple reports, Tino Anjorin is in talks with Southampton over a permanent move. The Saints signed Tino Livramento and Dynel Simeu from the Blues and Armando Broja on loan this summer. England youth midfielder Anjorin was loaned to Lokomotiv Moscow earlier this season. Standard Sport's Dan Kilpatrick outlines the situation in north London after Tottenham missed Adama Traore. However, there remains hope of a deal for Luis Diaz. Juventus are looking for a new midfielder with Jorginho on their radar in the summer. Frenkie de Jong is another target according to La Gazzetta dello Sport and Chelsea also want the Dutchman. It is claimed that the Blues signing of De Jong from Barcelona could facilitate Juve's Jorginho move. Barcelona have come on for Adama Traore, according to The Athletic. Tottenham had hoped to sign the Wolves winger for around £20m but the Catalans, who raised Traore through their academy, have now outbid her with a £29m purchase option. It leaves Spurs' hopes in the water as Traore is reportedly not interested in playing under Antonio Conte at right-back. Robin Gosens' agent has revealed why German full-back Atalanta is swapping for Serie A rivals Inter. Gosens will undergo a medical examination together with his new signing Felipe Caicedo today. The Athletic report on Bruno Guimaraes undergoing a medical in Newcastle this week. The midfielder is in Ecuador as part of Brazil's World Cup qualifying schedule and is said to have been the subject of a £33.5million bid. However, Lyon have so far publicly denied any agreement on the transfer. Following reports on the Brazilian's next move after leaving Atletico Mineiro, transfer journalist Fabrizio Romano says the veteran is said to wait and see before making a decision. Arsenal are considering a move for Aston Villa midfielder Douglas Luiz as they are expected to miss Lyon's Bruno Guimaraes, Standard Sport's Jack Rosser writes. Lyon were due to decide on Thursday whether to approve the £30million sale of Guimaraes to Newcastle, with the midfielder set to undergo a medical in South America in the coming days. The Telegraph report on the Toffees promoting their interest in the Chelsea legend, who has been out of work for just over a year since he was sacked by the Blues. After his streak of nine goals in 16 games this season, a summer move may be on the cards for the ex-Lille star. La Gazzetta dello Sport cites the Partenopei's price tag due to the club's severe sales reluctance, with a Newcastle team reportedly monitoring his situation. Tottenham's hopes of sacking Tanguy Ndombele before the end of the month appear to be based on a deal with Paris Saint-Germain as the Frenchman is not interested in a move to Everton or Valencia, writes Standard Sport's Dan Kilpatrick. As Standard Sport reported on Wednesday, PSG are working to keep Ndombele on loan until the end of the season but want to trim down Mauricio Pochettino's bulging squad before signing new players. Ndombele has also been linked with Everton and Valencia, with reports in France claiming the La Liga club have reached an agreement with Spurs for the unwanted midfielder. But Standard Sport understand that Ndombele has no interest in moving to Goodison Park or the Spanish club as his heart is set on a reunion with Pochettino back home. Spurs are keen to get rid of Ndombele, who head coach Antonio Conte doesn't trust, and have planned a loan move for Fiorentina's Sofyan Amrabat as a potential replacement. Newcastle boss Eddie Howe wants a few more signings before the January transfer window closes, with a new midfielder and striker linked with the club. "There's a lot of hard work going on in England," Howe told NUFC TV. "Following consideration of three reports and engagements with key stakeholders, GFA has decided to end its relationship with coach Milovan Rajevac," read a statement. Former West Ham star Trevor Sinclair believes Jesse Lingard is keen on returning to the London Stadium, with a summer deal more likely. "I don't think he's going to join West Ham in this window," he told talkSPORT. West Ham would take him. But I don't think Man United would relinquish him to a rival for the top four. "I actually think he's going to end his contract. Whether he goes on loan for three months or four and then goes to West Ham...' Ander Herrera has turned down the chance to sign for Tottenham. Talks with Paris Saint-Germain over a swap deal for Tanguy Ndombele have led to a suggestion that the Spaniard could return to England, according to The Athletic. However, Herrera stated that he would only return to the Premier League if former club Manchester United stepped in for him. Zalan Vancsa, a 17-year-old MTK Budapest winger, will join the Premier League leaders after rival interest from Bayern Munich, AC Milan and Sevilla. Should the deal with Vlahovic go ahead as planned, Fiorentina have already found a replacement. Quotidiano Sportivo say the deal to sign Basel striker Arthur Cabral is on hold pending an announcement from the Serie A club for around £12million. It's a big day in the race for Dusan Vlahovic when Darko Ristic, the Serb's agent, arrives from Belgrade to negotiate a deal with Juventus. According to La Gazzetta dello Sport, only the final details and contracts between the player's camp and Juve remain to be discussed. No problems are expected, however, as a loose agreement has been reached over the past few days. Georginio Wijnaldum has discussed his situation at Paris Saint-Germain amid reports he is close to joining Arsenal. I've arrived at a new club, a new league. “I learn from my teammates and employees every day. The Mail claim Newcastle have given up hope of signing Jesse Lingard this month. The midfielder was the subject of a £2.5million loan offer from the Magpies, who would also reportedly cover his £100,000-a-week wages if they moved to Tyneside on a six-month contract. And Lingard is now said to favor a loan move which would allow him to sign a free transfer deal elsewhere in the summer. Erling Haaland has revealed why he claimed Borussia Dortmund were pressuring him to make a decision about his future. Earlier this month, the Norwegian sparked panic at his club when he pointed out his frustration at the few months of his career. Haaland told Sky: "I don't really want to say too much about it, but I felt like it was time to say something. Well, I don't want to say too much. Tottenham's rejected £37m bid for Luis Diaz has put Liverpool and Manchester United on high. According to Jornal de Noticias in Portugal, a potential deal with Porto could run well into Monday's deadline. The club are looking to get closer to the Colombian's £67m release clause. Welcome to Standard Sport's coverage of the latest transfer developments!

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7 PSG stars could leave before deadline as Premier League moves loom

Paris Saint-Germain are looking to sell a host of stars before the January transfer window closes, with less than a week to go and Premier League clubs on high alert (Author: Gardener)

7Paris Saint-Germain are looking to sell a host of stars before the January transfer window closes, less than a week to the deadline and Premier League clubs on alert The transfer deadline is fast approaching and Paris Saint-Germain could be one of them be the busiest clubs in Europe in the last days of the January window. Mauricio Pochettino's side signed seven stars over the summer but have only sacked one older player in the same period and need to balance the books if they are to boost and boost their Champions League hopes. A slew of names have been linked with leaving Parc des Princes before the end of the month as Premier League clubs remain vigilant to see if deals can be made. With that in mind, here are seven players who could leave PSG before the 11pm deadline on Monday. Which PSG players should Premier League clubs target? Wijnaldum starts with a player who has only spent six months in Paris. He is reportedly feeling "isolated" at PSG and struggling to adjust to life in Ligue 1. Arsenal and Newcastle United were the two clubs most commonly tipped a nosedive could see the 31-year-old loaned out for the remainder of the season. Wijnaldum left Liverpool last June and is said to be keen on a Premier League return, according to Sky Sports. The Dutchman is currently out with an ankle injury but his employers are said to want to keep the midfielder. PSG remain in midfield and could still try to sack someone in Wijnaldum's position to ease an arrival. Pochettino is reportedly looking to reunite with Tottenham Hotspur outsider Tanguy Ndombele, whom he brought to north London in 2019 for a club-record sum of Spurs. The 27-year-old was a target for Chelsea in January 2019 but opted for a move from Zenit St Petersburg to France. Although Ander Herrera is said to have been mentioned in talks between the two clubs, The Athletic report that the Spaniard would refuse to return to England out of respect for ex-club Manchester United. Paredes could be used as part of a deal to bring Ndombele to Tottenham Continuing the path of Ndombele's deal, Draxler is another player Tottenham and the Parisians have reportedly been in talks about. Still 28 and a Germany international, Draxler Conte and Co. would offer some much-needed creativity in attacking midfield. But the fiery 28-year-old has now been a PSG player for two and a half years and has featured prominently under both Pochettino and Thomas Tuchel. However, Icardi's time at the club could soon be over as longtime admirers Juventus are looking for someone to replace Barcelona target Alvaro Morata. Icardi still has a keen eye for goals, as shown by his five goals this season, although his divisive personality could prove to be the biggest stumbling block to any deal. Not many players in PSG's squad have been at the club as long as Kurzawa, but the left-back is being pressured into leaving in his seventh year before deadline. And one team in dire need of defensive improvement is Newcastle United, who have made a "concrete approach" for the 29-year-old, according to Get Football News France. However, the ex-Monaco youngster's two years left on his contract means a loan move is the most likely option for any suitor given he hasn't played once this season. To a lesser known full-back and Dagba has been the subject of a transfer battle across London if some reports are to be believed. It has been claimed Arsenal have expressed an interest in the 23-year-old, who has made just four starts in Ligue 1 since the start of the 2020-21 season. Like Kurzawa, the Boulogne academy graduate in Paris' contract runs until 2024, meaning he will be in no rush to sever ties with the French giants. Dagba could sign for Arsenal before the deadline. Someone who certainly has time on his side is 18-year-old Simons, who joined PSG from Barcelona in 2019. The Amsterdam-born prodigy has been struggling for minutes lately and Rangers are said to be leading the race to sign him on loan.

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Rangers director James Bisgrove talks Castore deal extension

Rangers marketing director James Bisgrove has touched on the club's partnership with Castore and a possible extension. (Author: Gardener)

James BisgroveJames Bisgrove, director of commercial and marketing at Rangers, has revealed the Gers may sign another deal with the 'phenomenal' Castore if the club's current contract ends in 2025. The contract is in 2020 and ahead of the current season Kit records broken. With stores also opening in Glasgow, Belfast and Glasgow International Airport, Castore's time is a far cry from the boycotts of the Sports Direct era. Rangers signed partnerships and retail deals with sporting institutions and personalities around the world, and were Castore's first-ever football club, with the deal originally intended to be worth around £5million a year over five years [Scotsman]. With reports of four more deals taking effect across Europe next season, it's an exciting time for Castore and James Bisgrove was quick to reiterate it in an exclusive interview with leading Rangers fan media Four Lads Had a Dream. The Rangers director was also clear that the club's ambition is to boost the club's revenue to as much as £8million under the retailer, in line with ambitions outlined when the deal was signed. It's an excellent interview and well worth reading as Bisgrove goes beyond Castore and discusses the club's commercial potential and ambitions and we recommend any Rangers fan watch it HERE. "We all know the history of the equipment and retail situation and I spoke with great positivity at the AGM about the Castore partnership and outlined how the deal has transformed our equipment and retail businesses in a short period of time," Bisgrove said. “The first year of the partnership has had some fantastic highlights but also some challenges; Rangers stores were closed more times than they were allowed to open! “The revenue generated, both through the partnership fee and through sales royalties, has brought this commercial revenue stream back to the level a Rangers-sized club should expect and is higher than the figure you were referring to. "As with any commercial partnership in football, I'd like to think that when the time came, we'd sit down with Castore and discuss the prospect of a renewed deal on the back of a great mutual success. "Likewise when Rangers come back on the market we will look completely different given the history compared to 2020 and I would expect Rangers kit and retail rights to be in high demand." Rangers have £4.2million from the Castore deal scrapped in the latest financial accounts for the year ended June, released last November [Rangers]. The reported financial details of a Castore deal with a major Dutch club also put the details of the Rangers deal with the retailer into focus.

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Rangers are loaning the winger from Manchester United until the end of the season

Amad Diallo will be in the Rangers squad to face Ross County live on Sky Sports on Saturday. Manchester United signed Amad Diallo from Atalanta for £37.2m; The winger has made nine appearances for the Premier League and has scored one goal (Author: Gardener)

Manchester UnitedRangers have completed the signing of Amad Diallo on loan from Manchester United. The 19-year-old winger joins the Scottish Premiership leaders until the end of the season, a year after moving to Old Trafford. Signed by Manchester United in a £37.2million deal from Atalanta, Diallo has made nine appearances in all competitions, scoring one goal. United believe this move will be good for their development as Diallo is seen as part of the Premier League club's long-term plans. Diallo could make his Ross County debut live on Sky Sports and said: "I'm really excited to be with Rangers until the end of the season." I'm looking forward to training with my teammates for the first time tomorrow and welcoming them meet fans for the first time in Ross County on Saturday.” Manager Giovanni van Bronckhorst added: “I am delighted to add Amad to our squad for the rest of the season. "He will add quite a bit to our squad and give the players in the front ranks even more competition." Diallo's arrival follows news that winger Ianis Hagi will miss the rest of the season after undergoing knee surgery in London. Diallo was born in Ivory Coast before moving to Italy around the age of 10, joining Atalanta in 2015. The youngster made his debut for Atalanta in 2019 and at 17 years and 109 days became the youngest player to score with his Serie A debut in the 7-1 win over Udinese. As a result, the Ivorian traveled to Lisbon with Atalanta's side, only to be defeated by Paris Saint-Germain in the Champions League quarter-finals. The player impressed so much in training that Papu Gomez compared him to a certain Lionel Messi. To stop him in training, we have to kick him! He plays like Messi," said Atalanta's captain before Diallo joined United. Diallo made his debut for Manchester United in a 4-0 win at Real Sociedad in the Europa League last February before scoring his first goal for the club against AC scored Milan a few weeks later in the same competition."One of the most exciting young prospects in football," is how Ole Gunnar Solskjaer described Diallo after signing him for Manchester United last year -team experience before his move to Old Trafford but quickly left one behind makes a big impression: The Ivory Coast international boasts tremendous ball power and a low center of gravity, as well as impressive dribbling ability and an eye for the right pass Diallo is raw but his fearlessness and enthusiasm could be key if Rangers clinch a second title in a row in the Scottish Premier League. Keep up to date with mi t the latest transfer news and rumors on our dedicated Transfer Center blog on Sky Spo rts digital platforms. You can also read about the pros, cons and analysis on Sky Sports News.

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Rangers are loaning the Manchester United winger out for the remainder of the season

Manchester United signed Amad Diallo from Atalanta for £37.2m; the winger has made nine appearances for the Premier League and scored one goal; Rangers will finalize the deal in the next 24 hours (Author: Gardener)

seasonRangers are close to signing Manchester United winger Amad Diallo on loan until the end of the season. The 19-year-old joined Old Trafford from Atalanta for around £37.2million last year but has only played nine games in all competitions. United believe this move will be good for their development as Diallo is seen as part of the Premier League club's long-term plans. Diallo's move to Rangers is expected to be completed on Thursday, with the Scottish Premier League side looking to act quickly to replace the injured Ianis Hagi. Diallo was born in Ivory Coast before moving to Italy around the age of 10, joining Atalanta in 2015. The youngster made his debut for Atalanta in 2019 and at 17 years and 109 days became the youngest player to score with his Serie A debut in the 7-1 win over Udinese. As a result, the Ivorian traveled to Lisbon with Atalanta's side, only to be defeated by Paris Saint-Germain in the Champions League quarter-finals. The player impressed so much in training that Papu Gomez compared him to a certain Lionel Messi. To stop him in training, we have to kick him! He plays like Messi," said Atalanta's captain before Diallo joined United. Diallo made his debut for Manchester United in a 4-0 win at Real Sociedad in the Europa League last February before scoring his first goal for the club against AC scored Milan a few weeks later in the same competition."One of the most exciting young prospects in football," is how Ole Gunnar Solskjaer described Diallo after signing him for Manchester United last year -team experience before his move to Old Trafford but quickly left one behind makes a big impression: His left foot is his favorite to attack from the right, but his ability to play in multiple positions in the last third is one of his standout qualities.The Ivory Coast international has considerable ball power and a low center of gravity, as well as an impressive a Dribbling ability and an eye for the right pass Diallo is raw but his F his naivety and enthusiasm could be crucial in Rangers' pursuit of a second consecutive Scottish Premiership title. Keep up to date with the latest transfer news and rumors on our dedicated Transfer Center blog on Sky Sports' digital platforms. You can also read about the pros, cons and analysis on Sky Sports News.

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Rangers are loaning the winger from Manchester United until the end of the season

Amad Diallo will be in the Rangers squad to face Ross County live on Sky Sports on Saturday. Manchester United signed Amad Diallo from Atalanta for £37.2m; The winger has made nine appearances for the Premier League and has scored one goal (Author: Gardener)

Manchester UnitedRangers have completed the signing of Amad Diallo on loan from Manchester United. The 19-year-old winger joins the Scottish Premiership leaders until the end of the season, a year after moving to Old Trafford. Signed by Manchester United in a £37.2million deal from Atalanta, Diallo has made nine appearances in all competitions, scoring one goal. United believe this move will be good for their development as Diallo is seen as part of the Premier League club's long-term plans. Diallo could make his Ross County debut live on Sky Sports and said: "I'm really excited to be with Rangers until the end of the season." I'm looking forward to training with my teammates for the first time tomorrow and welcoming them meet fans for the first time in Ross County on Saturday.” Manager Giovanni van Bronckhorst added: “I am delighted to add Amad to our squad for the rest of the season. "He will add quite a bit to our squad and give the players in the front ranks even more competition." Diallo's arrival follows news that winger Ianis Hagi will miss the rest of the season after undergoing knee surgery in London. Diallo was born in Ivory Coast before moving to Italy around the age of 10, joining Atalanta in 2015. The youngster made his debut for Atalanta in 2019 and at 17 years and 109 days became the youngest player to score with his Serie A debut in the 7-1 win over Udinese. As a result, the Ivorian traveled to Lisbon with Atalanta's side, only to be defeated by Paris Saint-Germain in the Champions League quarter-finals. The player impressed so much in training that Papu Gomez compared him to a certain Lionel Messi. To stop him in training, we have to kick him! He plays like Messi," said Atalanta's captain before Diallo joined United. Diallo made his debut for Manchester United in a 4-0 win at Real Sociedad in the Europa League last February before scoring his first goal for the club against AC scored Milan a few weeks later in the same competition."One of the most exciting young prospects in football," is how Ole Gunnar Solskjaer described Diallo after signing him for Manchester United last year -team experience before his move to Old Trafford but quickly left one behind makes a big impression: The Ivory Coast international boasts tremendous ball power and a low center of gravity, as well as impressive dribbling ability and an eye for the right pass Diallo is raw but his fearlessness and enthusiasm could be key if Rangers clinch a second title in a row in the Scottish Premier League. Keep up to date with mi t the latest transfer news and rumors on our dedicated Transfer Center blog on Sky Spo rts digital platforms. You can also read about the pros, cons and analysis on Sky Sports News.

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Rangers are loaning the winger from Manchester United until the end of the season

Amad Diallo will be in the Rangers squad to face Ross County live on Sky Sports on Saturday. Manchester United signed Amad Diallo from Atalanta for £37.2m; The winger has made nine appearances for the Premier League and has scored one goal (Author: Gardener)

Manchester UnitedRangers have completed the signing of Amad Diallo on loan from Manchester United. The 19-year-old winger joins the Scottish Premiership leaders until the end of the season, a year after moving to Old Trafford. Signed by Manchester United in a £37.2million deal from Atalanta, Diallo has made nine appearances in all competitions, scoring one goal. United believe this move will be good for their development as Diallo is seen as part of the Premier League club's long-term plans. Diallo could make his Ross County debut live on Sky Sports and said: "I'm really excited to be with Rangers until the end of the season." I'm looking forward to training with my teammates for the first time tomorrow and welcoming them meet fans for the first time in Ross County on Saturday.” Manager Giovanni van Bronckhorst added: “I am delighted to add Amad to our squad for the rest of the season. "He will add quite a bit to our squad and give the players in the front ranks even more competition." Diallo's arrival follows news that winger Ianis Hagi will miss the rest of the season after undergoing knee surgery in London. Diallo was born in Ivory Coast before moving to Italy around the age of 10, joining Atalanta in 2015. The youngster made his debut for Atalanta in 2019 and at 17 years and 109 days became the youngest player to score with his Serie A debut in the 7-1 win over Udinese. As a result, the Ivorian traveled to Lisbon with Atalanta's side, only to be defeated by Paris Saint-Germain in the Champions League quarter-finals. The player impressed so much in training that Papu Gomez compared him to a certain Lionel Messi. To stop him in training, we have to kick him! He plays like Messi," said Atalanta's captain before Diallo joined United. Diallo made his debut for Manchester United in a 4-0 win at Real Sociedad in the Europa League last February before scoring his first goal for the club against AC scored Milan a few weeks later in the same competition."One of the most exciting young prospects in football," is how Ole Gunnar Solskjaer described Diallo after signing him for Manchester United last year -team experience before his move to Old Trafford but quickly left one behind makes a big impression: The Ivory Coast international boasts tremendous ball power and a low center of gravity, as well as impressive dribbling ability and an eye for the right pass Diallo is raw but his fearlessness and enthusiasm could be key if Rangers clinch a second title in a row in the Scottish Premier League. Keep up to date with mi t the latest transfer news and rumors on our dedicated Transfer Center blog on Sky Spo rts digital platforms. You can also read about the pros, cons and analysis on Sky Sports News.

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How to watch any Real Madrid football game online from anywhere in the world

Everything you need to know to watch a Real Madrid live stream for La Liga, Champions League, Copa del Rey and Supercopa de España - never miss a Real Madrid football match again! (Author: Gardener)

Real MadridNot only the Spaniards want to follow every Real Madrid game in the live stream. With almost unlimited cash reserves, an impressive club history and some of the best players in the world, it's good to know that you can use a VPN to watch a Real Madrid live stream anywhere in the world. Every single Real Madrid match can be viewed online and sometimes on TV, whether they are in La Liga, Champions League, Copa del Rey, Supercopa de España (Spanish Super Cup) and possibly even the Club World Cup and the European super play cup too. We'll break it down by region, but the happiest Real Madrid fans right now are those based in the US, who can watch a large number of their games on ESPN+ and their other games on Paramount+. Things are also going well in the UK, where BT Sport and Premier Sports are covering all of Real Madrid's live streams. In Canada, many games are shown on DAZN and TSN, while fans in Australia can watch most games on Kayo Sports and Stan Sport, with the odd game on SBS. Read on for all the details and don't forget to use a VPN to access your regular Real Madrid live stream when you're abroad. When you're away from home and having trouble tapping into your regular Real Madrid live stream service, you need a VPN. Use a VPN to watch Real Madrid live streams anywhere. ESPN is the official US broadcaster for La Liga, the Copa del Rey and the Supercopa de España. While some La Liga and Supercopa de España games are shown on the network's TV channels, be sure to subscribe to ESPN Plus for the most comprehensive coverage. That means you can watch Real Madrid in the Champions League on CBS or its streaming service Paramount Plus. You can catch Real Madrid in action in La Liga and the Copa del Rey on Premier Sports, available on TV from £12.99 a month via both Sky and Virgin Media. The network also offers its own streaming-only option, which also costs £12.99 for the full works, including Premier Sports 1 and 2, LaLiga TV and Box Nation, although you can only watch La Liga TV for a reduced fee of £7 £.99 per month. BT Sport, meanwhile, has the rights to both the Champions League and Supercopa de España, meaning you can watch Real Madrid on the BT Sport TV channels, BT Sport website or via the BT Sport apps. Real Madrid fans from Canada can follow La Liga on TSN. If you get the channel as part of your cable deal, you can live stream the coverage on the network's website by signing in with your TV provider's details. If you don't have cable, you can subscribe to the TSN Direct streaming service for $7.99 a day, $19.99 a month, or $199.90 if you commit to the service for a year. DAZN streaming service is the place to watch Real Madrid in Champions League where you can watch all the games for only $20 per month or subscribe annually for $150. There are no Copa del Rey or Supercopa de España broadcasters in Canada. You can see Real Madrid in action in La Liga by subscribing to either beIN Sports or Kayo Sports, both of which offer a two-week free trial to new users. Kayo Sports would be our recommendation as it includes beIN in its package alongside a massive variety of live sports. Stan Sport is the place to go to watch the Champions League in Australia with a subscription that costs $20 a month. Free-to-air broadcaster SBS has the rights to Supercopa de España matches in Australia, which means you can stream Real Madrid Spanish Super Cup matches live for free on SBS On Demand. There are no broadcasters for the Copa del Rey in Australia. beIN Sports has the rights to broadcast La Liga live in New Zealand and Sky subscribers can add it to their package for an additional fee of $31.99 per month. Spark Sport is the place to watch Champions League football in New Zealand, with a subscription priced at $24.99 per month after a 7-day free trial. In New Zealand there are no channels for the Copa del Rey or the Supercopa de España. Viacom18 Media has the exclusive TV rights to broadcast La Liga and Supercopa de España matches in India, meaning you can catch Real Madrid in action on Viacom 18's MTV channel and via streaming services Voot Select and JioTV to be able to see. Sony Pictures Networks is the place to watch the Champions League and you can stream Real Madrid's Champions League games live on the over-the-top streaming service SonyLIV. There are no broadcasters for the Copa del Rey in India. Real Madrid TV is the club's own free TV channel and streaming service, available in Spanish and English. You have to sign up to use it, and it offers coverage of Real Madrid games, including all pre-season friendlies - which are often not shown anywhere else - and La Liga fixtures. The catch is that you can't stream them live.

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Andy Murray gets support from Ash Barty as the tennis star performs in front of Australian Open crowds

ASH BARTY was not amused by the Australian Open crowd's chants of "siiuu" after Andy Murray called them "incredibly irritating". (Author: Gardener)

Andy MurrayWe use your registration to deliver content in a way you have consented to and to improve our understanding of you. We use your registration to deliver content in a way you have consented to and to improve our understanding of you. This may include advertising from us and third parties, as we understand it. This may include advertising from us and third parties, as we understand it. Ash Barty has sided with Andy Murray and admitted she's not a fan of the Australian Open crowd's rowdy Cristiano Ronaldo chants. Ash Barty has sided with Andy Murray and admitted she's not a fan of the Australian Open crowd's rowdy Cristiano Ronaldo chants. During Murray and Nick Kyrgios' two respective games, footballer-branded screams of 'Siuu' rang out in the stands and the Brit said on Tuesday it was 'incredibly irritating'. During Murray and Nick Kyrgios' two respective games, footballer-branded screams of 'Siuu' rang out in the stands and the Brit said on Tuesday it was 'incredibly irritating'. Medvedev gives a salty interview and slams the crowd after Kyrgio's win Medvedev gives a salty interview and slams the crowd after Kyrgio's win The Aussie Open crowd came under fire from some players this week. World No. 2 Daniil Medvedev called out to fans during his on-pitch interview after his four-set win over Kyrgios on Thursday. "I came to win this match and I'm glad I did it. That's the only choice when you get booed between the first and second serve," he said, then urged the crowd to be quiet and show "respect" and continued to boo and imitate Ronaldo's cheers while Jim Courier explained what the noise really was. Andy Murray also called out what he thought were boos during his first-round win over Nikoloz Basilashvili on Tuesday, saying in his own on-pitch interview: “Painful stuff there.

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Andy Murray and Emma Raducanu lost at the Australian Open

Andy Murray's 'huge loss' has him in doubt about his future as Emma Raducanu is forced to take medical leave. Dan Evans has free entry to the third round, but Heather Watson is also out. (Author: Gardener)

Emma RaducanuAndy Murray and Emma Raducanu both fell at the Australian Open, seriously threatening Britain's hopes of success in Melbourne. Murray was defeated in the second round of the tournament by the lowest-ranked player he has ever lost to in a Grand Slam. Taro Daniel, ranked at No. 120 in the world, beat the tennis star in straight sets to reach the third round. "I'm really, really disappointed," Murray said. "This is a really important year for me for a number of reasons and I want to do well in the big events." "I don't find it particularly motivating to make second slam rounds. It depends on how I deal with the results this year and how I do in the big events," he added. The two-time Wimbledon champion had never lost to a player ranked outside the top 100 in a Grand Slam event before. His 4-6, 6-4, 6-4 defeat by Daniel ended hopes that he could repeat his earlier successes after injuries have slowed him down in recent years. Murray received a warning for hitting his racquet against the court as his frustration seemed to take its toll during the game. Emma Raducanu had high hopes when she arrived in Melbourne after her historic US Open win last year. However, the 19-year-old's Australian Open debut ended in painful defeat when she was forced into a medical time-out after five games. The teenager appeared to be struggling with blisters on her right hand and sometimes winced in pain during her match against Montenegrin Danka Kovinic. Despite the pain she was in, she got the better of her opponent - world No. 98 - and ended up losing 4-6, 6-4, 3-6. Raducanu said: "I thought it was a pretty good learning experience for me." I was struggling with my hand before the game. There were some people on my team who might not want me to play, but I wanted to go out and fight my way through the US Open in September without losing a set and dropping out of Wimbledon with breathing difficulties last July. Dan Evans, number two in the British men's singles, was awarded free entry to the third round of men's singles when his opponent retired. The British number two of the women, Heather Watson, lost in a tight match to the Slovenian Tamara Zidansek: "I was satisfied with my performance, my fight and my concentration," she said after a 6: 7, 4: 6.

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