TRANSFER HOUR: ‘Club goes for JPL revelation, spectacular replacement Benzema’

The denouement of the season in club football is getting closer. But many teams are already busy with their transfer plans for next summer. Football News collects the most important transfer news daily at 12 noon in the TRANSFER HOUR.

For Club Brugge a turbulent season came to an end and so they can now fully focus on strengthening their core. They would already set their sights on a trendsetter from their own competition, because according to Algerian sources they are going to make a bid for Abdelkahar Kadri. They would have no less than 6 million euros for the playmaker of KV Kortrijk.

Another name on the Bruges wish list is van Alieu Fadera. Also KRC Genk would prey on the young flank attacker, who was highly successful this season Zulte Waregem. But the Belgian top clubs could well be outdone, because too Burnley would join the fight for the Gambian. Vincent Kompany is also charmed.

In addition, Club also realizes another sensitive ‘transfer’ in its own country. After all, it plucks an important pawn from city rival Circle Brugeswant Bart Plasschaert makes the switch from Cercle to Club. The 32-year-old coached Jong Cercle this season, which he just couldn’t lead to the first national. At Club he has to take care of the U16 next season.

Club also scouts for the U20 World Cup, which is currently underway in Argentina. There they would have tracked down a talented attacker, because they would have set their sights on Dor Turgeman. The 19-year-old Israeli from Maccabi Haifa is one of the sensations of the tournament and would therefore also be in the spotlight Benfica have played.

Anderlecht is also working on his first acquisition for next season. The Purple & White would aim its arrows at Milan van Ewijkthe 22-year-old right back of SC Heerenveen. They would like to make a quick offer and stuff PSV trump for his signature. Van Ewijk has to compete with Amir Murillo in the Lotto Park.


Shocking news Real Madridwhich announced that on Sunday Karim Benzema leaves the club. The Golden Ball immediately played his last game against Athletic Bilbao and will more than likely yield to the mega contract that is waiting for him in Saudi Arabia. His replacement could well become a spectacular name, because according to German media, the Royal would push through before the arrival of Kai Havertz (Chelsea).

Vincent Kompany is looking for reinforcements to join next season Burnley survive in the Premier League. For this he thinks of a number of old acquaintances. For example, he would have put a player on his wish list with whom he still worked at Anderlecht. He would like to Sergio Gomez want to rent, because the young Spaniard is barely recovering Manchester City.

Whoever seems to be leaving City is Ilkay Gundogan. The captain is out of contract and has still not signed. Bee FC Barcelona a three-year contract is ready for the German, but there could be a surprising twist. After the FA Cup final, Pep Guardiola indicated that he would love to continue with Gundogan and that he has instructed the board to make an extra effort to keep him on board.

Philip Clement will have to look for a new employer, because our compatriot was put on the cobblestones on Sunday AS Monaco. He failed to guide the Monegasken to a European ticket this season and therefore has to make way again after a year and a half. It is not yet clear where his future will lie.

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FRISCO, TX – Batten down the hatches, folks, because it’s time to find out which team is truly the best in the NFC heading into the second quarter of the 2023 season. On one hand, there’s the undefeated San Francisco 49ers, who also eliminated the Dallas Cowboys from playoffs in the last two postseasons, but this year’s version of the Cowboys has three dominant wins in four games; and they have the best defense in the league.

It’s a meeting of arguably the two best teams in the conference, who are also quite similar to each other on both sides of the ball.

There’s also no shortage of disdain when these two organizations face off, a rivalry that goes back decades and includes the legendary matchups of the early and mid-1990s, largely revitalized in recent seasons.

As the Cowboys attempt to land this year’s first blow against their current Boogeyman, as they did against Tom Brady in January and against Bill Belichick last weekend, everyone in the building is eager to get to work for the trip to Santa Clara.

Mike McCarthy, HC: “It’s an important game. You understand the history. Obviously there’s a lot of tradition in this game, and that’s part of it. You live to play in these types of games. You dream about it. You don’t want to make it bigger than it is, but the The reality is that it is not just another game. The important thing is that we learn [de la Semana 4] and let’s take things that we can improve. watching the tape [de los 49ers] and analyzing it, they are playing well. I am impressed by what I have seen. “We just keep our sights on the target.”

Dak Prescott, QB: “Now it’s about turning the page and studying these in depth. [49ers], understand who they have been and what this confrontation has been like in recent years. I have played against them in the playoffs and we understand that they are a team that if we get to where we want to go, we have to play against them again when the playoffs come. “I’m looking forward to the matchup, turning the page and coming up with a great game plan.”

Tony Pollard, RB: “We’re always ready. It doesn’t matter who we have next week. Whoever they put against us, we’ll be ready. … We definitely have that bad taste in our mouth from the two times we played them. But it’s a new year, we’ll start fresh zero and we’re ready to go. That’s every week for us. Every week that’s how we look at it.”

Dan Quinn, DC: “San Francisco’s formula is to see the effectiveness of its starts, not only in the running game but also in scoring and finishing. Certainly, [Christian McCaffrey] has been at the top of that list. “We’ll have a lot of work ahead of us… but it will be a lot of fun.”

DeMarcus Lawrence, DE: “Are they the ones we’re playing next week? Well, I’ll start with San Francisco on Tuesday. This is just another step on our path that we’ll have to go down. It’s still the regular season. It’s still early, so the important thing is to get that victory”.

Leighton Vander Esch, LB: “It’s definitely one I’ve been keeping an eye on, and so has everyone, but we can’t let our emotions get to us. We have to go out and play football the way we know how and bring that style that we usually play with. It’s got to be another great week of preparation”.

If the Cowboys make good in Week 5, they will deal a blow to both the high-flying 49ers and Dallas detractors who see this looming street fight as the first real litmus test of what the Cowboys could do. be this season.

They will travel to California hungry to take over everything, but they will discover that the village they are invading this week is heavily fortified and very well defended, which could be the game of the year so far.