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10 Players Who Desperately Need Transfers Ahead Of The World Cup

Ahead of the World Cup, there is always an influx of transfers featuring players who are on the fringes of their national teams and want to secure a roster spot for the tournament. Many players who sit on the bench for bigger clubs and get limited minutes desperately need quality playing time to be noticed by their national team managers. With so many rumors and confirmed deals happening every day, let's take a look at 10 players who need a transfer ahead of the 2022 Fifa World Cup in Qatar.

Samuel Eto’o Pays $5.9 Million To Avoid Prison In Spain

BARCELONA — Former Cameroon striker Samuel Eto'o was handed a 22-month suspended prison sentence by a Spanish court on Monday after admitting tax fraud of 3.8 million euros ($4.00 million) while he was playing for Barcelona.

Eto'o agreed to pay a fine of 1.8 million euros and the 3.8 million in tax owed from image rights between 2006 and 2009.

The Rebirth Of Palermo FC And Its Impending Financial Takeover

For the majority of its history, Palermo FC has bounced between the top two divisions in Italy and has given many great stars their big break. After a financial meltdown, demotion and subsequent rebirth, the club now finds itself back in the second division and, potentially, under new ownership.

Johan Vásquez Tiene Nuevo Club En Italia: ¿Es La Apuesta Correcta?

A falta de la foto y de la confirmación oficial, Johan Vásquez seguirá su aventura en la Serie A italiana en el recientemente ascendido U.S. Cremonese. 

El defensa mexicano – dicen los rumores – tenía ofertas para retornar a la Liga MX e incluso de la MLS, pero su objetivo era mantenerse en Italia tras su descenso con el Genoa. Y Cremonese decidió abrirle la puerta a través de un préstamo por un año, con una opción de compra fijada en 10 millones de euros. 

Todo confirmado por el gurú del mercado de pases, Fabrizio Romano.

El Fútbol Mexicano Se Viste De Gala: América Vs. Real Madrid Y Chivas Vs. Juventus

La lista de amistosos internacionales de primer nivel que tendrán los equipos mexicanos durante el verano continúa engrosándose. Aprovechando la visita de varios clubes europeos a Estados Unidos, América enfrentará al Real Madrid mientras que Chivas medirá fuerzas ante la Juventus. Nada mal, ¿eh?

Ambos duelos son parte de una serie bautizada como Soccer Champions Tour y que también verá al Real Madrid vs. Barcelona.

It's Happening: Giorgio Chiellini Is Signing With LAFC And Could Make El Tráfico Debut

You can start imagining it now: It's Friday, July 8 — El Tráfico between LAFC and LA Galaxy at Banc of California Stadium is on. It's also the debut of the grandmaster of defense in MLS. There's 37-year-old Giorgio Chiellini now, sweltering in LAFC's black kit in the noonday Los Angeles heat, skull bleeding and bandaged after an early clash of heads with Chicharito.

"Porca Madonna!" he screams "Si è tuffato! Chi cazzo credi di essere?!"

Mourinho Drives Roma Bus While Living His Best Life In Rome During Conference League Celebrations

Videos keep emerging of Roma’s Europa Conference League title celebrations and one video has gone viral. Prior to Roma’s parade through the city is appears that manager José Mourinho grabbed the wheel and took the bus for a little spin.

Mourinho Driving Bus Video

34-Year-Old Rui Patrício Makes Unbelievable Full-Stretch Save To Secure Roma’s First European Trophy

José Mourinho made history on Wednesday when his Roma side became the first club to win the Europa Conference League defeating Feyenoord 1-0. He’s now the only manager in history to win all three of Europe’s tournaments and he can give a big thanks to goalkeeper Rui Patrício for making a massive save to keep his side ahead on Wednesday.

Rui Patrício was nearly written off as a goalkeeper heading into the 2021-22 season. The previous season he had been anything but consistent with Wolves and left for Roma after one of his worst seasons (51 goals conceded in 37 games).

Liverpool’s Already Planned UCL Victory Parade Has Some Juventus Fans Upset

MILAN — Liverpool FC's planned victory parade on Sunday has stirred unease for a representative of victims of the Heysel stadium disaster as it coincides with the 37th anniversary of the tragedy.

Liverpool, who play Real Madrid in the Champions League final on Saturday, plan a celebration in their home city after a season in which they have already won the two main domestic cup competitions in England and finished runners-up in the Premier League.

Cigars, Broken Tables And Inspiring Speeches — No One Celebrates Like Zlatan

Zlatan Ibrahimović is pompous, egotistical and arrogant. He’s also mostly good-natured, but you don’t want to piss him off. When he’s happy though? No one celebrates like Zlatan.

Ibrahimović brought the Scudetto to AC Milan on Sunday, just as he promised after joining the club. It was the Rossoneri’s first league title since 2011, during Zlatan’s first stint with the club.

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