Cristiano Ronaldo’s Old, New Clubs Report Significant Financial Losses

England's Manchester United and Italy's Juventus, Cristiano Ronaldo's current and former teams, both suffered hefty financial losses for 2020-21 as the coronavirus crisis drained European soccer stadiums of fans.

While Executive Vice Chairman Ed Woodward expressed confidence in United's recovery as Old Trafford hosts capacity crowds for the first time in almost 18 months, Juventus said it would also end its 2021-22 financial year, which will still be heavily affected by the pandemic, with a "significant loss."

Now That Ronaldo’s Back, Who’s Man United’s Highest-Paid Player?

Cristiano Ronaldo finalized his transfer from Juventus to Manchester United on the final day of the 2021 summer transfer window, bringing an end to a three-year spell with the Old Lady and returning him to Old Trafford, where Ronaldo spent six superlative seasons between 2003 and 2009. The Cristiano Ronaldo Manchester United contract salary, despite now being 36 years of age, speaks to how prolific and valuable the forward still remains at the highest level.  

Es El Momento Perfecto Para Ver A Dani Alves En La Liga MX

¿Se imaginan a Dani Alves desparramando su talento en los campos de la Liga MX? ¿Surcando la banda derecha en el Azteca, el BBVA o El Volcán? Bueno, quizás hoy sea el momento para empezar a hacerlo realidad.

Hace unos días, el multicampeón brasileño dejó el São Paulo debido a que el club le debe más de dos millones de dólares en salario. La consecuencia directa de esto es que a sus 38 años busca un nuevo destino. 

Austin FC’s First Homegrown Player Is The 16-Year-Old Son Of Coach Josh Wolff

Austin FC signed 16-year-old Owen Wolff, the second-oldest son of head coach Josh Wolff, to a first-team contract on Thursday.

Wolff is the first homegrown signing in Austin's history.

Con 40 Años, Chupete Suazo Regresó A La Pandilla Y Tuvo Su Debut Junto A Raya2

Humberto Suazo volvió a hacer temblar a la afición del Monterrey.

Chupete, quien hasta hace poco era el goleador histórico del club, regresó a la Pandilla con 40 años en los hombros para defender la camiseta de Raya2, el equipo satélite del club en la Liga MX Expansión.

El jugador chileno fue presentado ayer, junto a su familia, y horas después tuvo su debut, ingresando en los últimos 25 minutos del duelo ante Tampico Madero, que terminó 0-0.

Nutmeg Queen Set To Make London Her New Home

Christen Press, Sam Mewis, Rose Lavelle, Abby Dahlkemper and Alex Morgan are all returning to the NWSL after brief stints in the FA Women’s Super League last season. But one USWNT star is sticking around: Tobin Heath.

One of the most entertaining footballers in the world, Heath has been searching for a European club to call home since the Olympics ended. It appears she’s found one in the only English club to win a Women’s Champions League title: Arsenal.

Reports on Thursday said Heath had agreed to personal terms to join Arsenal on a free transfer from Manchester United.

Liverpool Might Live To Regret The Sale Of Red-Hot Taiwo Awoniyi

Taiwo Awoniyi arrived at Liverpool in the summer of 2015 as a player to keep an eye on. Due to work permit regulations, the then-18-year-old was immediately loaned out to FSV Frankfurt in Germany's 2.Bundesliga. 

The next few years brought much of the same as the Nigerian was shipped off on six more loan spells, some more successful than others.

Americans Are Taking Over Europe; Here Are All 25 Transfers, Loans And Moves From This Summer

American players were moving across Europe this summer with more than 20 different transfers, loans and moves during the transfer window. This article will list them all. If you’re looking for USMNT transfers Summer 2021, then you’ve come to the right place.

The European summer transfer window closed on Monday, bringing an end to one of the most memorable windows in history. Lionel Messi going to PSG and Cristiano Ronaldo going back to Manchester United were the major headlines, but Americans also made some big moves.

Let’s look at all the various deals.

As Troy Deeney Departs Watford, His Legacy Extends Well Past His Playoff Goal vs. Leicester

After 419 appearances and 140 goals for Watford, Troy Deeney is announcing his departure from the club. His playing career is not over though, as he joined Birmingham on a free transfer — a fitting move since Deeney has a Blues badge tattooed on his calf, a tribute to his favorite club in the city in which he grew up.