Good evening to all our readers out there, it’s the time of the day again to check out the latest football news across the globe.
As our usual custom, it’s a series and it’s more of a build up on some of our previous posts. It will do you good to visit them in order not to miss out on any updates. Our time is GMT+1, ride with us.
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Juventus star Paulo Dybala is yet to recover from coronavirus since after a month. The Argentine tested positive alongside his partner since March 21 but he’s yet to be tested negative since then. He might be unable to resume to personal training next week as stated by the government of Italy.
The government of Switzerland have given the go ahead for Professional sports teams to resume training on May 11 and this may allow them to start playing again after four weeks though behind closed doors.
Police have suggested that some Premier League and EFL matches will have to be played at a neutral ground as they look to minimise the risk of emergency services.
Tottenham midfielder Tanguy Ndombele who has been a subject of transfer this month is considering his future with the Spurs after struggling since he joined last summer.
Barcelona star Arthur has stated his desires to stay at the club, dismissing speculations linking him to sign for another club. Juventus, Tottenham and Inter Milan have all be linked to him.
Robert Fernandez, former Barcelona technical director has suggested that the club should not allow the Brazilian to leave. Fernandez has also stated that want-away Philippe Coutinho should not be sold as he will be a key figure to the club if he’s used correctly.