Review Of The Day 5th October 2020

Review Of The Day 5th October 2020
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Argentine defender Juan Foyth has signed a new deal with Tottenham Hotspur.



Reading have completed the signing of midfielder Alfa Semedo on a season-long loan from Benfica.

Cameroon midfielder Jeando Fuchs has signed for Dundee United from Alaves.

Southampton have paid around £11m for Ibrahima Diallo from Stade Brest 29.

St Johnstone are hopeful of signing Israeli striker Guy Melamed from Maccabi Netanya, according to manager Callum Davidson.

Villareal have taken 22 year old defender Juan Foyth on a season long loan deal from Tottenham Hotspur with an option to buy.

Manchester United’s Portugese full-back Diogo Dalot has signed for AC Milan on loan for the season.

Paris Saint-Germain have signed Everton’s 20 year old Italian international striker Moise Kean on loan for the season, with an option to buy at the end.

Barcelona’s head coach Ronald Koeman has confirmed that they are trying to sign Eric Garcia from Manchester City.

Former Everton midfielder Davy Klaassen has revealed that he expects to rejoin Ajax from Werder Bremen before the window shuts.

Teenage defender Rayan Ait Nouri has signed for Wolverhampton Wanderers on a season long loan with option to buy deal from SCO Angers.

Spanish side CD Lugo have signed Portugese centre-back Frederico Venancio on loan from Vitoria Guimaraes.

Benevento have loaned Pietro Iemello to Las Palmas.

Former West Ham United youngster Toni Martinez has signed for Porto for a fee of just over £3m from Famalicao.

Stade Reims have signed Alexis Flips on a free transfer from LOSC Lille.

Werder Bremen have released Austrian winger Martin Harnik.

Bayern Munich have spent just over £8m on Spanish midfielder Marc Roca from Espanyol.

Udinese’s Brazilian forward Ryder Matos has joined Empoli on loan.

Former Liverpool and Middlesbrough full-back Antonio Barragan has joined Elche on a free transfer from fellow La Liga side Real Betis.

Tenerife have signed Argentine midfielder Valentin Vada on loan from Almeria.

Genoa have taken Alberto Paleari on loan from Cittadella.

Juventus have paid nearly £10m for Rolando Mandragora who has then immediately re-signed for Serie A rivals Udinese on loan.

Parma have paid £5.85m for Swiss teenager Simon Sohm from FC Zurich. The Italians have also paid a £900,000 loan fee to Argentinian side Godoy Cruz for Juan Brunetta on loan.

Nottingham Forest midfielder Tiago Silva has signed for Olympiacos.

Experienced winger Antonio Piccolo has been released by Cremonese.

Real Betis have signed David Carmona on a free transfer from Cadiz.

Portugese midfielder Adrien Silva has left Leicester City on a free transfer to join Serie A’s Sampdoria.

Stade Rennais have paid £1.35m in loan fees for Italian centre-back Daniele Rugano from Juventus and £2.25m in loan fees for Dalbert from Inter Milan.

Olympique Lyonnais’s sporting director Juninho has confirmed that former Manchester United winger Memphis Depay is close to joining Barcelona.

Parma coach Fabio Liverani has confirmed that former Manchester United full-back Matteo Darmian is set to sign for Inter Milan.


Injury Round-Up

Schalke 04’s German star Suat Serdar has been ruled out of the upcoming internationals with an injury picked up against RB Leipzig.


Managerial Changes



Disciplinary Charges

Chelsea and England striker Tammy Abraham has apologised after friends threw him a surprise birthday party which saw him and England teammates Ben Chilwell and Jadon Sancho break virus-bubble rules. The trio breached the 6-person ruling as a group of 20 people gathered to party in celebration of Abraham’s 23rd birthday. Abraham said: “I arrived home to find a small surprise gathering. Though I was totally unaware this was planned, I would like to wholeheartedly apologise for the naivety shown for the organisation and attending of this gathering. All I can do now is learn from it, apologise to everyone and ensure it never happens again.” Southgate, who last week said that “we won’t duck decisions” has ducked a decision to rule any of the trio out of his England squad.


Edouard Affected By Speculation

Celtic manager Neil Lennon has claimed that his striker Odsonne Edouard has not played to his best due to all the transfer speculation surrounding him at the moment. Lennon said: “I think it’s apparent it’s been affecting him. He’s a brilliant player but we are just not seeing the best of him at the moment, I think he has about three or four more gears to come. Hopefully he’ll calm down once the window shuts and come good for us.” Lennon took Edouard off just before an hour had gone in the vitory over St Johnstone.


Salzburg Refuse International Release

Austrian side Red Bull Salzburg have announced that they will not be releasing their players for international duty after 3 tested positive for CV. The club said that they will be enforcing a “team quarantine” after they faced Maccabi Tel Aviv on Wednesday, who had 11 players missing through positive tests ahead of the game. A Salzburg statement read: “All international call-ups for Salzburg players in the next two weeks have been rejected.”


Serie A Chaos

After Napoli had a couple of positive virus tests they informed Serie A that their local health authority had ordered the team not to travel and to go into isolation. They were due to face Juventus in Turin and Serie A refused to call the game off because they believe that the Naples Health Authority had failed to take into account the health protocol that had been agreed between Italy’s health ministry and the Italian FA. The protocol states that postponements without forfeit require ten players to have been infected: “The protocol lays down certain rules that cannot be deviated from, which allow league matches to be played even in the event of a positive result, deploying players who have tested negative,” Serie stated. Despite Serie A’s insistence that the game was to go ahead only Juventus turned up at the stadium and the Neapolitans now face forfeiting the game 3-0. It has meant that Napoli midfielder Fabian Ruiz will not be able to join up with the Spain squad due to Napoli being in quarantine, joining Thiago Alcantara in missing out due to CV.

Written by Tris Burke October 04 2020 23:48:54


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