Juventus star Sami Khedira is getting closer to ‘dream’ move to Premier League – Paper Round

Premier League club battle for Khedira

Premier League clubs are lining up to save Sami Khedira from his Juventus nightmare, the Sun said. The 33-year-old has yet to play this campaign for the Italian champions so far and has only played 22 games in Serie A in the past two seasons. Khedira still has six months on his current contract, but Juve are keen to sell him in January. The World Cup winner has admitted moving to the Premier League would be a “dream” and Manchester United, Everton and West Ham United have all been linked with a winter move for Khedira. Toffees boss Carlo Ancelotti recently admitted that he would “like to work with him again” after their time with Real Madrid.


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Paper Round’s opinion: Ancelotti is open to a Khedira reunion on Merseyside. The Italian recently brought James Rodriguez and Allan to Everton, who he led at Real Madrid and Bayern Munich (James) and Napoli (Allan), and now rumors have it that he would be taking Khedira and even Isco to Goodison Park in January! It does show how much influence a world-class manager can have in making big transfers. Despite the success (so far) of James and Allan, would Khedira really improve the Everton squad? The Juve midfielder is now 33 years old and has barely played in recent years. It might be worth your while to shop elsewhere …

Barca’s presidential candidate rules out Neymar’s return

Barcelona presidential candidate Toni Freixa has launched an attack on former club forward Neymar, completely ruling out the possibility of the Brazilian returning to Camp Nou if he wins the January election. The 28-year-old left the Liga club in 2017 for a world record transfer fee of 222 million euros, but has not lived up to expectations at Paris Saint-Germain. Candidate Freixa stated that he would not sign Neymar if he was president, claiming that the forward “is not even among the top 30 players in Europe at the moment”.

Paper Round’s opinion: It’s a bit harsh, isn’t it? Launching such an unnecessary attack on Neymar. Although the Brazilian is currently embroiled in a lawsuit against the club that goes back to contract issues from his time at Barcelona. Everyone knows that Neymar is a world beater from time to time. Maybe he lacks a little motivation in the French capital. PSG usually run the league and domestic trophies, making it difficult to ‘turn it back on’ just for Champions League matches. Last season, however, Neymar played the lead when the French champions reached the final. The 28-year-old would have a lot to offer Barcelona if he returned.

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Lionel Messi Stadium

Barcelona’s iconic Camp Nou stadium could be renamed. Presidential candidate Emili Rousaud has pledged to hold a referendum on renaming the stadium to Barca superstar Lionel Messi if he wins the upcoming election. Rousaud has revealed that the rebranding is one of his main policy areas – along with his goal of bringing Neymar back to Barcelona (as opposed to rival candidate Toni Freixa). The 54-year-old has said the Catalan club will “sign two top players” in the summer, revealing that it will be the return of Neymar, who left the Spanish side for Paris Saint-Germain in 2017.

Paper Round’s opinion: Well … that’s one way of trying to keep Messi in the club. Yes – it wouldn’t be totally outrageous to rename the stadium to a club legend – and in this case the best player in the club’s history and maybe even football history – but at least let the man retire first! It stinks of despair … but can you blame Barca? Maybe they are really worried he might leave after last summer’s saga. It is also quite unlikely that they will be able to afford “two top players” this summer. The club’s financial situation appears to be quite dire at the moment. Perhaps a trade deal between Neymar and Antoine Griezmann could work.

Klopp set course for Dortmund

Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp returns to Borussia Dortmund! But don’t worry, Liverpool fans – it’s with his current club … for a strange Champions League match. The Reds asked for an alternate venue for their European group match against FC Midtjylland due to a recent outbreak of a new strain of coronavirus in Denmark. Borussia Dortmund committed themselves and now the draw will take place on Klopp’s former stomping ground: Signal Iduna Park.

Paper Round’s opinion: Get ready for the media frenzy: Klopp returns to Dortmund! There will of course be some great scenes as we see the German return to the dugout, where he enjoyed a lot of silverware success between 2008 and 2015. On the other hand, it just adds to how strange it is that games are still played between clubs in different countries during a global pandemic. The Champions League gives the feeling that the football will continue (except for the fact that there is no real audience in the stands), but in reality, two clubs will be playing on neutral ground during this match due to the pandemic.


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