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Pogba’s future still unclear, Botman pleases Newcastle

The future of Pogba is still so vague, Botman in the little papers of the Magpies or Savanier who evokes his future: find all the information of the transfer window football this Friday, December 24, 2021.

Manchester United do not plan to sell Paul Pogba this winter

As his contract comes to an end at the end of the season, Paul Pogba’s future is still uncertain. The France international has had a Manchester United extension proposal since last summer but has yet to respond, favorably or not. Thus, for several weeks, rumors have been advancing that the Red Devils could be tempted to sell the 2018 World champion this winter in order to recover a consideration – financial or not – and thus avoid seeing him go free next summer. However, Fabrizio Romano tells us that this possibility ultimately does not exist. The Mancunian side have no intention of parting ways with their midfielder in the next transfer window. The ball is still in Paul Pogba’s court. Will he decide to continue his adventure at Manchester United or will he choose a change of scenery?

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Sven Botman in Newcastle’s little papers

Looking for elements to strengthen their central defense this winter, Newcastle have made Sven Botman (21) their priority, according to the latest indiscretions of Fabrizio Romano. The Magpies, and their new Saudi owners, are reportedly still awaiting a response from LOSC regarding the Dutchman’s possible sale price before going on the offensive. Excellent last season during the quest for the title of champion of France with the Mastiffs, the defender trained at Ajax Amsterdam is also courted by AC Milan. Last summer, Sevilla FC, Atalanta Bergamo and Wolverhampton were among others interested in his profile. Will the Lille team agree to separate from one of its major players in January?

Téji Savanier does not close the door to a transfer to a more upscale club

Guest of the show Rothen ignites on RMC, Téji Savanier (30) spoke about his future. The Montpellier playmaker, revealed at the highest level with Nîmes Olympique, assured that he was not really considering a transfer to a foreign club. However, the one who carried the MHSC in this first part of the season, has not at all closed the door to a departure to a more upscale club: “If I have the opportunity, yes. If I want to progress in this environment, it is through clubs a little higher than Montpellier. But like I said I feel good in my club», He confided. Words that could give rise to rumors in the coming weeks.

OL: Jean-Michel Aulas comforts Peter Bosz but puts pressure on him

At the middle of the championship, the record of Peter Bosz, who arrived in the Rhône this summer, is insufficient. If on the European chessboard, OL signed a clear round leaving their leading Europa League group, in the league, the Gones are disappointing, very far from the race for Europe. A worrying situation but Jean-Michel Aulas wanted to give his support to the man he went to look for: “We spent some time with Peter to give him our thoughts, as well as some solutions. There you go: there’s no way Peter won’t be here until the end of February. I leave us the two months of January and February to return to the Championship and perhaps the Cup, if we are lucky enough to be able to continue it.», Confided in The team the president of Lyon wishing to praise the profile of the Dutchman. “Peter is a very, very good coach. He continues to match the profile of the coach we want at OL. We are very late in L1, but it is not prohibitive. With our game late, we are potentially six points off the podium. ” See you in February to know the rest of the soap opera.

Inter Milan: Federico Dimarco prolonge

It’s official. Left-back Federico Dimarco has extended his contract with Inter Milan, the Italian team announced on Thursday. The 24-year-old Italian is now linked to the Nerazzurri until June 2026. Trained at the Milan club, the defender has had many loans since his stint with the professionals. Last season he was loaned to Hellas Verona.

RC Strasbourg: Bingourou Kamara loaned to Charleroi

RC Strasbourg (L1) goalkeeper Bingourou Kamara was loaned to Belgian club Charleroi (Belgian D1) without an option to buy until the end of the season, Racing announced Thursday evening. Arrived in July 2017, the 25-year-old Senegalese international (1.96 m) was one of the great architects of victory in the Coupe de la Ligue in 2019, a competition in which he had played seven matches. But he never won in L1, where he played only 27 games in four and a half years, helmed by Belgian goalkeeper Matz Sels and Japanese Eiji Kawashima. Bingourou Kamara, who before opting for the Senegalese selection had been international hopefuls with France, is under contract with RC Strasbourg until June 2023.

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