Sport EN Hazard could be the super-signing that Barcelona are looking into to take advantage of Real Madrid’s transfer ban. Barcelona have joined the list of clubs that want Chelsea’s Belgian player Eden Hazard. According to the English press, they would pay 87 million euros to sign the Chelsea forward. FC Barcelona want to make this offer in the summer, it’s reported, and rob Real Madrid of a player they also want – Los Blancos will serve a transfer ban when the current window closes. Manchester United are another club in the hunt for Hazard, although the player, it’s understood, would choose Barça. The 24-year-old, who grew frustrated at the club’s struggling situation at the end of the Jose Mourinho era, was looking for an exit. However, the arrival of Guus Hiddink seems to have slightly changed things. Hazard also has an offer to improve his contract with Chelsea, even though the London club already have him tied down until 2020. 19/01/2016 Upd. at 14:01 CET Now he is much more relaxed, prepared to wait to see how the Blues’ situation changes. However, he remains open to offers.
In the second half Chile had the best chances, with Sergio Romero forced to make some smart stops. Upd. on 22/11/2016 at 03:06 CET Argentina earned a vital win over Chile in their World Cup qualifying campaign for Russia 2018, getting revenge at the same time. Rik Sharma Argentine survived and moved up to fourth, at least ahead of Neymar Jr’s Brazil taking on Luis Suarez’s Uruguay on Friday night. Lionel Messi starred although he didn’t find the net, but did set up Gabriel Mercado’s winner. 25/03/2016 Felipe Gutierrez headed La Roja in front from a corner, before Angel di Maria curled home a sumptuous equaliser after good work by Ever Banega. Playing in the same stadium where they lost the Copa America final to the same opponents last July, this time Argentina emerged victors. Last time, Chile won on penalties.
He said: “I don’t see this Atletico as one that’s too different from last season. They will win Group D if they beat PSV at the Vicente Calderon and Bayern draw or if they draw and Bayern lose their game against Rostov. CET Diego Simeone says Atletico Madrid have played to win since he took over as they attempt to clinch top spot in their Champions League group on Wednesday. Upd. at 23:18 EFE “We are working along the same lines as always,” Simeone said in his pre game press conference. IN SPORT.ES “They didn’t get the rub of the green in some games in the league but they’re a quality side and tomorrow will be a difficult game for us but we will fight.” PSV lost 1-0 at home to Atletico earlier this season and coach Phillip Cocu knows what to expect from Simeone’s side. “We are focused on tomorrow and we want to finish top of the group, of course. Without totally forgetting the past few games we’ve had, we’re focused on the here and now.” Simeone: “Nosotros jugamos desde hace cinco años a ganar” “We have played to win for the last five years. We know the difficulties that PSV can cause us. “They press you high, they can defend compact between the lines and it’s hard to create chances against them. Their style of play, for me, isn’t too different. 22/11/2016 Atletico are looking to bounce straight back from Saturday’s disappointing derby defeat to Real Madrid, which left them nine points behind their city rival.
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