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The Spanish footballer became an Indonesian citizen thanks to his origins

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Spanish footballer Jordi Amat became an Indonesian citizen.

The player was born in Canet de Mar, Spain, but was told by his grandmother as a child that he was the crown prince. The footballer has become a raja, like his great-grandfather. The lineage helped Amat gain citizenship in November. Jordi has already played for the Indonesian national team.

The player has played for Rayo Vallecano, Betis, Espanyol and Eupen.

Raja is the title of a ruler, prince or king.

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The Bayer Leverkusen player could move to Manchester City

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Manchester City have decided to sign the midfielder from Bayer Florian Wirts.

Other top European clubs are also applying for the player: Bayern, Borussia Dortmund, Arsenal, Tottenham and Newcastle.

Wirtz has provided 4 assists in 9 games this Bundesliga season.

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Ronaldo: “When you’re at the top, it’s hard to understand what’s happening down below”

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Forward of the club “Al-Nasr” Cristiano Ronaldo spoke about his departure from Manchester United.

I don’t think anything happens in life. I love the challenges I overcome, because then I can understand who was really on my side. In a difficult period, you can see who is with you.

I haven’t had the best of times, first in my personal life, and then in my career. There is no time for regrets. Even the least pleasant moments are part of life.

When you’re up high, it’s hard to figure out what’s going on down below, and I often haven’t been able to. I feel I’m better prepared now because I can understand some things.

It’s good that it has improved.

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Record fee Chelsea paid to Brighton for Potter

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Brighton have released their accounts for the 2021/22 season, revealing the record amount Chelsea have spent to compensate the Seagulls for Graham Potter.

Graham Potter took over as Chelsea manager last September, replacing Thomas Tuchel. In order for the Blues to take over the 47-year-old technician, they had to pay heavily to Brighton, where he was under contract. In order to even get his signature, they had to compensate the Seagulls with a record sum.

From the balance sheet released by Brighton, the amount that Chelsea have taken out of their coffers, which totals 24 million euros, has emerged.


This equalizer is a record in football history. It should be noted that Potter is also well paid by Londoners as he is paid €13 million annually.


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