Chelsea fans are already calling for a crazy transfer window, Catalonia is on fire for Barça’s qualification in LdC

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The New Blues Empire

The new owner of Chelsea is making headlines in the English tabloids. As a reminder, a consortium led by the American Todd Boehly has signed an agreement to buy the London club for 4.68 billion euros. The sale should be finalized at the end of May, subject to the green light from the British government. The businessman was present in the spans of Stamford Bridge yesterday to see Chelsea get hooked by Wolves 2-2. It is “the birth of a new empire» announces the Daily Express. Boehly wants to meet Thomas Tuchel as a priority to prepare for the future of the club. Applauded, but also whistled by the London stadium, we can say that the Blues have already expressed their desires. “Get out the money Todd!shouted supporters several times during the match. The transfer window could quickly become interesting on the side of Chelsea.

Head to the LDC

On the occasion of the 35th day of La Liga, Real Betis received FC Barcelona last night. After a balanced game, the two teams thought they would part ways back to back after goals from Ansu Fati and Marc Bartra but Jordi Alba decided otherwise. He offered the victory to his family in the last moments, final score: 2-1. The Blaugranas will therefore indeed see the Champions League next season, their place is assured. A news that delights the media of the region. “Championscan we read that the front page of Sporta volley in the Champions League” for Mundo Deportivo which highlights Alba’s jewel. In Andalusia we blame the blow, “without fire” writing Sports Stadium with blunt Beticos.

Fed up United

Manchester United players have completely given up. Severely beaten by Brighton this Saturday 4-0, Manchester United will not play in the Champions League next season, it’s been confirmed. This umpteenth disillusion is the straw that broke the camel’s back for Ralf Rangnick. The interim manager had very strong words after the defeat. “At times today felt like we were on vacation” did he declare. Ralf Rangnick also wanted to “apologize to the supporters who made the trip for this terrible performance“. Bruno Fernandes agrees with his coach. The Portuguese admitted that they are only “not fit to wear the United shirt“. These disasters upon disasters discourage Cristiano Ronaldo. The five-time Ballon d’Or has discussed his future with Sir Alex Ferguson in a series of private meetings. Despite his age, Ronaldo is keen to play as many games as possible and that could lead to conflict if the future manager only wants to use him sparingly to prepare for the club’s future. Ronaldo’s future is therefore in the hands of Erik ten Hag.

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