Top Stories

SPORTING LISBON - Suitors for Rodrigo BATTAGLIA increasing

11.04.2018 20.33 by Claudio Colla  read 1104
© foto di Daniele Buffa/Image Sport

Playing for Sporting Lisbon just since last summer, Argentinian box-to-box midfielder Rodrigo Battaglia (26) is being reportedly targeted by an increasing amount of clubs. Former Sporting Braga player is in fact tracked by four Italian clubs (Inter Milan, Napoli, AS Roma, Fiorentina), three Spanish ones (Sevilla FC, Real Betis, Villarreal), as well as by West Ham, from Premier League. Currently on a deal with Leões until June 2022, a 60 million euros exit clause is set on the player, equipped with Italian citizenship.

Other news Top Stories
Other news

CHELSEA - Sarri on Christensen: "I am not interested in the father"

Another player who has cast doubt upon his Chelsea future is Andreas Christensen, who said during the international break that he may seek to leave the club if his game-time does not increase. This week, Christensen's father and agent said he would seek a meeting with Chelsea

JUVENTUS - Rugani's agent reveals about Chelsea possible move

Juventus defender Daniele Rugani reportedly rejected the chance to join Chelsea this summer. "Chelsea made a ver

REAL BETIS veteran JOAQUIN's father: "He agreed a move to Mou's Chelsea, back in 2006"

Interviewed by El Español, Aurelio Sanchez, father of former Spanish international attacking midfielder/winger and Real Betis captain 

TOTTENHAM -Pochettino: "No regrets"

Mauricio Pochettino says Tottenham have no regrets over the club's failure to make any signings in the summer. Speaking ahead of the game at West

MARSEILLE boss GARCIA: "I had the chance to keep on working in Italy"

Interviewed by Corriere dello Sport, Olympique Marseille boss Rudi Garcia stated: "What about landing back to Italy and train Serie A again, some

BAYERN MUNICH - chiefs have shocked German media in an unexpected news conference

Bayern Munich chiefs have shocked German media in an unexpected news conference, announcing they will no longer accept "degrading" criticism
   Editore: TC&C srl web content publisher since 1994 Partita IVA 01488100510