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Laporta fends off United’s attempts to join De Jong, Juventus seals Di Maria deal, Liverpool airport mocks Ronaldo and Italy crowned Mediterranean Games, and more.
Spanish club president of Barcelona Juan Laporta has confirmed that the club is not considering abandoning Dutch star Frenkie de Jong during the current summer transfer market. “De Jong is a player in Barcelona, and we don’t want to sell him, he certainly has offered, but we are not currently considering selling him.”
Transferring Market updates
Transferring Market has revealed the list of the most spent European clubs in the current summer transfer window so far, with Manchester City coming out on top after the deal with Erling Haaland, Calvin Phillips, and Stephan Ortega, to be the following (top five):
– Manchester City (3 deals) – 109 million euros
– Arsenal English (4 deals) – 97 million euros
– English Spurs (4 deals) – 87 million euros
– Liverpool English (3 deals) – 85 million euros
– Spanish Real Madrid (2 deals) – 80 million euros
Juventus decides Di Maria’s deal
Italian network Sky revealed that Juventus had sealed the deal for Argentine star Angel Di Maria. The network indicated that the player will arrive in Turin on Friday to sign the Old Lady.
Italy culminated in the Mediterranean Games with its 19th edition, which concludes today in Oran, Algeria, with the holding of the final of the women’s handball competition between Spain and Croatia and the men’s category between Egypt and Spain. Italy collected 159 medals, including 48 gold, 50 silver, and 61 bronze. Turkey, which had topped the medal table as of Sunday, finished second with a total of 108 medals with 45 gold, 26 silver, and 37 bronze. France finished third with 81 medals, including 21 gold, 24 silver, and 36 bronze.
Liverpool Airport has ridiculed news of Manchester United star Cristiano Ronaldo’s exit from the Red Devils this summer. Liverpool Airport mocked Ronaldo by offering his fastest escape route from Manchester. Liverpool Airport wrote on social media: “Are you eager to get out of Manchester but want to avoid queues?” “We are pleased to invite Cristiano to experience the fastest and easiest northwest airport where he can reach Munich or Lisbon or fly directly to Paris or Rome.”
The German club Borussia Dortmund announced on their official Twitter page that they were signing Ivorian striker Sebastian Haler from Ajax Amsterdam of the Netherlands during the current summer transfer window, and Axel Fitsel also signed with Atletico Madrid.