There are still several weeks left for the League championship to start and a long month for the transfer market to close. More than enough time for the teams to finish shaping their squads, with arrivals and departures that allow them to face the season with guarantees and, at the same time, balance your accounts at a time of economic uncertainty.
Atlético de Madrid moves
The rojiblanco club has made the renewal of the youngster official Manu Sánchezwho remains with the club until 2027. The under-21 international will once again play on loan at Osasuna, as announced by Atlético in a statement.
On the other hand, it seems that the negotiations with Valencia to the transfer of Samuel Lino They are on the right path. The midfielder, signed this season, has no place in the squad because he is from outside the community, and for this reason an exit has been sought for him that will allow him to get to know the League before returning to the Atletico dressing room next season.
Sevilla is already looking for a substitute for Koundé
The negotiations between the Andalusian club and Barcelona for the transfer of Koundé They move at a good pace. There are only details left of the operation that will lead the central defender to dress as a Barça player for a figure (between fixed and variable) close to 60 million. Money with which Monchi is already working on looking for signings to reinforce his squad.
An information of: Jaime Parejo
OFFICIAL: Dybala, to Rome
The Italian club made public the signing of the Argentine striker in a spectacular presentation in the streets of the city attended by thousands of fans. The images show the passion with which the signing by the club has been received
Bayern rule out Ronaldo
The CEO of the German club, Oliver Kahn, has acknowledged that they studied the possible incorporation of the Portuguese player, but that it was finally ruled out within the team. “We discussed internally the option of signing him. Otherwise, we would not be doing our job well. We come to the conclusion that, despite the appreciation we have for Cristiano, right now would not fit our philosophy club”, said the German
Rayo Vallecano, for Diego Costa
According to our friends from Relief, the Brazilian striker would have received a proposal to return to Rayo Vallecano. The player wants to return to Madrid, where his family is very comfortable, and Rayo’s offer is to his liking. It is a matter of time before both parties reach an agreement.
Rejection of the signing of Ronaldo by Atlético
The International Union of Peñas del Atletico Madrid has issued a statement in which it opposes the arrival of the Portuguese striker, formerly of Real Madrid, to the rojiblanco team. “He represents the antithesis of the values that constitute the hallmarks of our Atleti,” the statement explains.
Koundé, closer to Barcelona
After taking over Kessié, Christensen, Lewandowski, Raphinha and Pablo Torre, the Barça club is now looking to strengthen its defense with the arrival of the central defender from Sevilla. According to Sergi Font, the positions between Barça and the Andalusian club are getting closer and the agreement could be closed in the next few hours. Koundé was also wanted by Chelsea, who would have withdrawn from the operation due to Sevilla’s refusal to make his transfer cheaper
The future of Cristiano, in the air
The Portuguese striker, who signed for Manchester United last year, wants to leave the English club, which will not play in the Champions League this year. Ronaldo has forced himself in recent days, refusing to train with the team while looking for an offer that has not arrived. In fact, the only club that has shown some interest has been Atlético, although it has not gone beyond a mere rapprochement. The Portuguese returned to Manchester yesterday to try to fix his situation.
Transfer market 2022/23
Three weeks before the start of the League, and with more than a month still to close the transfer window in Spanish football, there continue to be ups and downs in the First Division, Second Division and also on the international scene. Until now, Barcelona has been one of the great animators of the market, with Lewandowski as the main attraction for its fans, in an austere transfer window marked by the economic crisis that the sector is going through