Daily Archives: March 6, 2024

Aston Villa’s Ezri Konsa on Unai Emery’s trophy ambitions

Aston Villa are excelling in the Premier League this season, and they are now gearing up for a two-legged clash against European powerhouse Ajax, aiming to advance their pursuit of silverware. Ahead of their crucial match against Ajax, Unai Emery’s team is focused on achieving their goal of winning the Europa Conference League and securing a spot in the Champions …

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Sir Jim Ratcliffe is unlikely to allow a Nice employee to join Liverpool

Sir Jim Ratcliffe is wasting no time in doing things properly at Man United. Far from being a shrinking violet about things, the INEOS chief is believed to be getting his hands dirty at the club, all the while identifying practices and processes that could be streamlined and improved. It’ll likely be next season before we can truly start seeing …

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Aston Villa may have £200 million to spend in the summer

Aston Villa have seen significant strides in their footballing performance, but they’re facing financial challenges, evidenced by a £119 million loss in the latest financial year. However, with their current position under Unai Emery potentially leading to Champions League qualification, there’s hope for increased revenue prospects. Villa owners Wes Edens and Nassef Sawiris are considering Unai Emery’s requirements for the …

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Vini Jr is just a big wind up merchant but Real Madrid star is quality

When Vini Jr. connected with Jude Bellingham’s pass in the second leg of Real Madrid’s Champions League match against Leipzig on Wednesday night, you knew there was only one place the ball was going to end up. A swift and marauding counterattack from the Englishman was finished off in fine style by the Brazilian, and that is what the Los …

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MLS needs Messi to renew contract to boost MLS Season Pass

Lionel Messi will be out of contract with Inter Miami at the end of the 2025 MLS campaign. Despite that being almost two full seasons away, the emphasis for Major League Soccer is clear. If it does not lock down Messi for more time, it risks losing the momentum the Argentine has built on MLS Season Pass. Messi has helped …

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Alonso latest, midfielder links & more

This article was originally published on the Daily Briefing, a subscription service. If you would like to receive Neil Jones’ exclusive articles via email ahead of publication on caughtoffside.com, please sign-up for the service at thedailybriefing.io It has been a quite remarkable few weeks, even by Liverpool’s recent standards. I don’t think I would have been alone in wondering whether that …

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Roberto De Zerbi’s recent words will intrigue Liverpool, Barcelona and Bayern

Roberto De Zerbi has indicated that he doesn’t have immediate intentions of returning to Serie A, as he arrived in Rome discussing his ambitions of making history with Brighton, dampening some Italian expectations in the process. De Zerbi is prominently discussed not just for guiding Brighton through their inaugural European campaign and the current Europa League last-16 clash against Roma, …

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Gunners Add Evan Ferguson To Shortlist

Arsenal are reportedly targeting Brighton starlet, Evan Ferguson, as Mikel Arteta continues his search for a striker this summer. Arsenal Transfer News The Gunners have been linked with a plethora of strikers as they look to add to their squad this summer, but scoring goals has not been an issue for Mikel Arteta’s men. Winning three of their last five …

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Liverpool linked Simone Inzaghi breaks silence on Inter contract talks

Inter Milan’s manager, Simone Inzaghi, has been eyed by Liverpool as a potential successor to Jurgen Klopp. However, recent reports indicate that Inzaghi is poised to turn down any offer from Liverpool, making the likelihood of him taking over at Anfield slim. As per reports from La Gazzetta dello Sport, Inzaghi is determined to remain with Inter Milan for the …

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