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Cuatro Jugadores De Atlas Y Santos Laguna Que El Grupo Orlegi Debe Llevar Al Sporting De Gijón

Atentos, City Group e imperio Red Bull, que les sale competencia. 

El grupo Orlegi Sports, dueño de Atlas y Santos Laguna en la Liga MX, hoy le dio inicio a sus planes de internacionalización al adquirir oficialmente al Real Sporting de Gijón, equipo actualmente en LaLiga Smartbank, segunda división de España.

Por supuesto, instantes después del anuncio comenzó a hablarse posibles fichajes de jugadores mexicanos en el conjunto asturiano. Y aquí no aguantamos la tentación de subirnos al jueguito.

4 Of Kroenke’s Teams Won Championships This Year; So What About His 3 Soccer Teams?

Stan Kroenke, through Kroenke Sports & Entertainment, owns seven professional sports franchises and two eSports teams across the U.S. and UK, in Los Angeles, Colorado and London. Four of those teams have won championships in 2022: the NFL’s LA Rams, the National Lacrosse League’s Colorado Mammoth, Call of Duty League’s Los Angeles Guerrillas and, on Sunday night, the NHL’s Colorado Avalanche.

So, uh, I guess that means Arsenal is next, right? Or maybe the Colorado Rapids? How about Arsenal Women?

If you’re a fan of any of those teams, don’t hold your breath. 

Gareth Bale Is Coming To MLS With LAFC — This Is Not A Drill

Major League Soccer insider Tom Bogert dropped one of the biggest bombshell news drops in league history Saturday morning when he announced that Wales superstar Gareth Bale is leaving Real Madrid to join Los Angeles FC.

Gareth Bale LAFC Transfer

NWSL’s KC Current Unveil World-Class, $18 Million Training Facility And The Players Are Stunned

Two days before the 50-year anniversary of Title IX, the KC Current of the NWSL unveiled one of the most inspiring investments in professional women’s sports in America. The $18 million KC Current training facility opened on Tuesday is the first such complex built specifically for an NWSL team. It’s incredible, and the players couldn’t believe their eyes.

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.

Angry After Mbappé, Haaland Refused To Join, LaLiga Files Complaint Against PSG, Man City

MADRID — LaLiga has filed a complaint to UEFA against Paris St Germain and Manchester City over alleged Financial Fair Play violations, the Spanish professional soccer league announced on Wednesday.

The organization said it would take "further legal action to the European Union, France and Switzerland" justice systems as it understands that "these clubs are continually breaching the current regulations" of financial fair play.

American Teenager Kobi Henry Makes Record Move From USL Championship To Ligue 1

In recent years, the number of American soccer players moving to Europe has increased exponentially. Normally, these players leave MLS clubs or their academies, but the latest American to move abroad did not follow this traditional path.

He transferred from the USL Championship to Ligue 1 and set a domestic record in the process. On Tuesday, Orange County SC (OCSC) center back Kobi Henry joined Stade de Reims for a fee of $700,000 — the biggest fee ever accepted by a USL club.

No One Can Decide If MLS’s $2.5 Billion Apple TV Deal Is Good Or Bad

Major League Soccer is going all in with Apple TV. The two entities announced an agreement worth a reported $2.5 billion, but no one can figure out if the MLS Apple TV deal is a good thing for soccer in the U.S.

The current MLS TV deal with ESPN, Fox and Univision expires at the end of the 2022 season. Previously, ESPN+ has been the streaming home of MLS matches. Starting in 2023, every match will be streamed exclusively on Apple TV.

The Biggest Hollywood Celebrities Who Own Soccer Teams

Los Angeles is home to the biggest celebrities in the world. Hollywood stars live lavish lifestyles full of glitz and glamor, setting all the latest trends and must-have items. In recent years, the hottest thing to own has been a soccer club. The list of celebrity soccer owners is long and growing, and it all starts in Tinseltown.

French Youngster Tchouameni Becomes Real Madrid’s Fourth-Most Expensive Transfer Ever

Real Madrid have reached an agreement to sign French midfielder Aurelien Tchouameni from AS Monaco on a six-year deal, the two clubs announced on Saturday.

The French international, 22, will join the European champions for a fee of some 80 million euros ($84.12 million) with another 20 million in add-ons, according to media reports.

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