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Postby chanoudom » Sun Apr 01, 2018 5:03 am

Manchester United prepared to sell Anthony Martial to fund £90 million swoop for Real Madrid's Gareth Bale
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wwwpic5678 Real Madrid's Gareth Bale is a reported transfer target for Manchester United.

According to a report from the Mirror, Manchester United are prepared to sell Anthony Martial this summer, in order to free up funds for a swoop for Real Madrid ace Gareth Bale.

Jose Mourinho is believed to be targeting a number of high-profile signings at Old Trafford this summer, in an attempt to close the gap on their bitter rivals Manchester City.

The Mirror claim that Bale has emerged as a key target for the Red Devils, and they could sign the Welsh wizard for a fee in the region of £90 million - the amount that Los Blancos paid for his services five years ago, wwwpic5678

The British tabloid go on to suggest that Mourinho is willing to sacrifice Martial in order to fund a move for the 28-year-old, with Juventus leading the race to sign the Frenchman.

Would Bale be a good signing for United?
Since moving to the Santiago Bernabeu in the summer of 2013, Bale has chalked up an impressive 79 goals and 58 assists in 179 appearances in all competitions.

He is still considered to be one of the most dangerous attacking players on the continent, and he would undoubtedly help United improve upon the potency of their play in the final third. wwwpic5678
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Ivan Rakitic says Croatia will have '4.5m players on pitch'

Postby chanoudom » Sat Jul 14, 2018 1:05 am

Ivan Rakitic says Croatia will have '4.5m players on pitch' in World Cup final

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sbobet777 Ivan Rakitic says Croatia will have "4.5m players on the pitch" when they face France in Sunday's World Cup final.Croatia defeated England 2-1 after extra-time in Wednesday night's semi-final to book their place in the final at Moscow's Luzhniki Stadium.

sbobet777 Barcelona midfielder Rakitic believes the pride of representing the smallest country to make the World Cup final in 68 years, with a population of just over four million, will motivate Croatia to create footballing history."This is a historic game for not just us, for everybody who is a Croat. There are 4.5m players on the pitch," said Rakitic.

"We will carry one another, we will have the energy, we know this is the biggest game of our lives."We want to leave the pitch with our heads held high. We just need a little bit of luck to get the result."Despite Croatia having played 120 minutes in their semi-final, a day later than France progressed against Belgium in St Petersburg in more straightforward fashion, Rakitic insisted fatigue will not be an issue in the showpiece final.

"There will be excess power and energy, no worries about that," Rakitic added.The 30-year-old will make his 71st appearance of the season against France in Moscow - more than any player at the World Cup - after winning a La Liga and Copa del Rey double with Barcelona. sbobet777
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