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Gloomy forecast on the transfer market of Premier League

Former Liverpool Football Director Damien Comolli believes that only three Premier League teams can spend money during the summer 2020 football transfer.

English football in particular and European football in general in general are heavily influenced by Covid-19. The club damage first is the ticket sales, due to play in an audience field. With the Premier League, if unable to resume the season, 20 clubs can lose more than a billion dollars.

Comolli, 47, French, participated in football activities for the first time as an Arsenal scout. He helped Arsene Wenger discover the Kolo Touré, Emmanuel Eboue and Gael Clichy. Later, when he moved to football director at Tottenham and Liverpool, he continued to help these two clubs recruit many successful contracts such as Luka Modric, Dimitar Berbatov, Luis Suarez and Jordan Henderson.

Lukaku turned away from the Premier League

Striker Romelu Lukaku no longer wants to return to the English Premier League, after spending his first successful season with Inter.

In a Q&A on Twitter on 18/4, when asked about his ability to return to the Premier League, Lukaku replied: “I don’t think so, but I really enjoy playing time for Everton.”

Lukaku played eight years in the Premier League, from 2011 to 2019 for Chelsea, West Brom, Everton and Man Utd. In particular, the most successful four seasons Everton coat. He scored 87 goals in 166 matches for the Merseyside blue shirt team.

Lukaku scored the most goals in the 2017-2018 season: 27 for Man Utd, and scored 15 more in the 2018-2019 season. However, according to coach Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, the Belgian striker did not fit the team’s play. This is also the reason why he came to Inter, where he contributed 23 goals in 35 matches in the first season.

Lukaku greatly admires Inter coach, Antonio Conte. In the reverse game AC Milan 4-2, Conte gave excellent instructions during the break that the players respect.

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The kind action of MU and Liverpool when Premier League is postponed

MU and Liverpool took the lead in kind action when the Premier League postponed the end of April because of Covid-19.

Premier League 2019/20 is suspended until April 30

The Covid-19 epidemic is crippling world football as most tournaments have been postponed to ensure public health. Recently, the Premier League organizers have agreed to postpone the tournament until the end of April instead of the April 3 milestone as originally expected. This decision was made after a stakeholder meeting on March 19.

Delaying the tournament for more than a month not only makes fans wait but also creates many other consequences. The easiest are those who make a match. Security, driving, sanitation staff, medical staff of the stadiums in the Premier League are in unemployment. They are usually seasonal workers and only get paid for the matches they take place.

According to a Independent UK investigation, these employees receive only about £ 8.21 per hour of work. With the tournament delayed until April 30, the risk of “starvation” of these employees is great. The same situation is experienced in the United States in the US professional basketball (NBA) teams.

The kind action of the football clubs

The clubs really want to help but cannot afford the cost to seasonal workers. Therefore, the French shadow star Rudy Gobert (Utah Jazz) has donated $ 200,000 to the employees of the stadium to cover life during temporarily unemployed.

However, the situation in England is somewhat brighter with nice gestures from the clubs. Independent newspaper survey with 20 clubs currently playing in the Premier League about the ability to pay for the staff of the stadium during the time off because of Covi-19 and obtained very positive results.

Typically, Liverpool, the Anfield home team, still accepts to pay employees for three days of playing at home as expected (March 21, April 12, April 25) despite the fact that it does not take place. Each match will cost about 200,000 to 250,000 pounds per match so the total amount of Liverpool “relief” for the staff falls from 600,000 to 750,000 pounds.

MU also confirmed the same thing when the Old Trafford team wants to reduce financial anxiety for seasonal employees and recognize their important role for the club. However, the prerequisite is that these employees must work for the club for 3 months or more. In addition, Brighton, Crystal Palace, Wolves are also responding to this movement.

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Four Most Successful Clubs in The History of English Football

English football has had a lot of teams that are successful for many years. Certain clubs are very consistent in ensuring that they stay relevant and keep winning trophies regardless of which players they get and which manager is running things.

Here are the four most successful clubs in the history of English football.

4. Chelsea, 24 Trophies

Although Chelsea is a team that has recently started winning titles, they have quite made up for it by having caught up to the highest teams. Chelsea has six league titles and one Champions League title to their name.

However, they have been ever present in European competitions, winning two Cup Winner’s Cup titles as well as two UEFA Cup/Europa League trophies, to require their tally to 24.

3. Arsenal, 30 Trophies

Arsenal is one amongst the highest three clubs in England football that has continuously been at the highest since they were promoted to the primary Division. Though the Gunners are presently nowhere near winning the league, they manage to win an FA Cup every now then.

Arsenal has 13 league titles and FA Cups and 2 European cups, their total trophy count is 30.

2. Manchester United, 42 Trophies

It was not too way back that Manchester United was fighting for the league title every season. Since the departure of Sir Alex Ferguson, they need floundering about, but that has not stopped them from winning other trophies, more recently being the FA Cup and therefore the Europa League.

Their tally of 20 league titles is that the highest in England and that they are joint first in terms of total trophies won – at 42.

1. Liverpool, 42 Trophies

Liverpool was recently the second within the list, but their Champions League trophy not only puts an end to their title drought but also puts them on par with hated rivals Manchester United in terms of who is that the most successful. Despite the fact that they have only 18 league titles, they have been significantly more successful in Europe, helping them reach 42 trophies overall.

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Liverpool plan to sign Real Madrid’s untouchable next year

Liverpool have plan of an audacious swoop for one of Real Madrid’s best players in the last few years, who is Zinedine Zidane‘s favorite.

After donning their prestigious FIFA Club World Cup badge for three years and over 1000 days on the trot, Real Madrid lost it to Liverpool. Inarguably now, the Reds are the world’s best team and most of it is down to Jurgen Klopp, who is reported by El Desmarque to be eyeing a huge transfer for one of Zinedine Zidane’s first names on the team list.

Casemiro has absolutely been pivotal for the Merengues at the heart of the midfield this season and his presence has led to their winning some crucial matches. The Brazil international has probably not even played any bad game this season, but when he was suspended against Athletic Bilbao on Sunday, it is fair to say that he was missed at the back.

In the Premier League, Liverpool are 11 points ahead of Manchester City with a game in hand and are possibly running away with the title ahead of the Citizens, but Jurgen Klopp is not overconfident about the quality of his team and therefore, according to claims, he will look to move for Real Madrid midfielder Casemiro in the upcoming months.

Klopp presently has Jordan Henderson to employ as a defensive midfielder but despite of playing really well of late, the England international has shown that he can be easily bullied off the ball by a player who is more physical than him. Additional, Henderson is not much of a threat going forward as is Casemiro who does occasionally chip in with the goods.

Zinedine Zidane and Florentino Perez will surely ask Liverpool to look at alternative options, but Casemiro has won every possible accolade with Real Madrid and it may not be surprising if he chooses to head to new beginnings in the upcoming years. Nevertheless, the Whites will slap an exorbitant price tag on him if anyone is interested.