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Al Khelaifi: “If the Mayor of Paris does not accept our offer, we will leave the Parc des Princes”

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Paris Saint-Germain has submitted a purchase proposal for the Parc des Princes, but is in constant dispute with the city administration. Indeed, in his interview with Equipe, Nasser Al Khelaifi argued that if the community does not accept the offer, the withdrawal is inevitable.

Paris Saint-Germain strongman Nasser Al Khelaifi spoke to French newspaper Equipe, including threatening to leave the Parc des Princes if the two sides fail to reach an agreement.

The Parisians have submitted a proposal to the French capital’s local authority to buy the stadium, however, the two sides have a financial difference.

Khelaifi, in particular, told the French newspaper: “I have a question. What is the value of the Parc des Princes without Paris? none. The mayor should be wondering what the team is bringing to the city of Paris. If they think we’re going to invest 500 million euros, we can just build another stadium.

I told the mayor that if they don’t take our offer, we’ll leave. We don’t threaten. We will shake hands, thank him and leave“.

An alternative plan, should the two sides fail to reach an agreement, is for Paris to play at the Stade de France.

Earlier, one of the partners of the Mayor of Paris, Emmanuel Grégoire, reported on this issue: “We have not categorically ruled out a sale, but only at the right price. Paris offers 40 million euros. For Paredes it is less. Really now; Do you think Parc des Princes is worth less than Paredes, which was acquired for €50m?“.

Source: sport 24

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Chelsea have announced 19-year-old Malo Gusteau on loan at Lyon until the end of the season

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Chelsea have announced the signing of 19-year-old Malo Gusteau from Lyon for €30m until 2030, with the young full-back continuing on loan for the French club until the end of the season.

In a forward-leaning transfer, Chelsea went ahead, making the 19-year-old Lyon defender his own. Malo Gusto. This was the Londoners’ second signing from the winter window, following the signing of Christopher Nkunku.

The young full-back, who will continue to play for the French club on loan until the end of the season, has signed a contract with the “Blues” until 2030.


From this fee, Lyon put the amount of 30 million euros in the coffers. Gusteau has recorded 15 Ligue 1 games with one assist this season, while 54 games in total and handing out six assists.

Source: sport 24

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Full Sunday schedule: where to watch AC Milan, Liverpool, Real Madrid and Napoli v Roma

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Football action continues across Europe on Sunday (29/01) with the schedule including great fixtures in the Stoiximan Super League, FA Cup, Serie A, La Liga, Bundesliga and Ligue 1. Check out the in-depth TV coverage.

The action continues in Europe and today’s schedule (29/01) includes some great matches in the Stoiximan Super League, FA Cup, Serie A, La Liga and Bundesliga.

Within the borders, the games between Olympiakos and OFI and AEK and Aris stand out. Abroad we have many games of special interest.

In particular Sportish area You can watch the entire TV schedule every day while all matches are broadcast live from the match center.

Sunday TV program

  • 13:15 Eredivisie: Twente – Feyenoord / Novasports launch
  • 13:30 Series A: Milan – Sassuolo / COSMOTE SPORT 3 HD
  • 14:00 League 1: Nice – Lille / Novasports Prime
  • 14:30 Belgian Championship: Anderlecht – Antwerp / Novasports 5HD
  • 14:30 2nd Bundesliga: Hamburg-Brunswick / Novasports 2HD
  • 15:00 League: Valladolid-Valencia / Novasports 1HD
  • 15:30 Emirates FA Cup: Brighton Liverpool / COSMOTE SPORT 8 HD
  • 15:30 Cinch Scottish Premier League: Livingstone-Harts / COSMOTE SPORT 6 HD
  • 15:30 Eredivisie: Excelsior-Ajax / Novasports 4HD
  • 16:00 Stoiximan Super League: Olympiacos – OFI / COSMOTE SPORT 1 HD
  • 16:00 Series A: Juventus-Monza / COSMOTE SPORT 2 HD
  • 16:30 Bundesliga: Schalke – Cologne / Novasports 3HD
  • 17:15 Series B: Frosinone – Benevento / Novasports launch
  • 17:15 League: Osasuna – Atletico Madrid / Novasports 1HD
  • 17:30 Portugal League Bwin: Casa Pia – Santa Clara / COSMOTE SPORT 5 HD
  • 18:00 Cinch Scottish Premier League: Dundee United – Celtic / COSMOTE SPORT 3 HD
  • 18:05 League 1: Ajaccio-Lyon / Novasports 2HD
  • 18:30 Bundesliga: Bayer Leverkusen – Dortmund / Novasports Prime
  • 19:00 Saudi Super Cup: Al Ittihad – Al Fayha / COSMOTE SPORT 9 HD
  • 19:00 Series A: Lazio – Fiorentina / COSMOTE SPORT 2 HD
  • 19:30 Stoximan Super League: AEK-Aris / COSMOTE SPORT 1 HD
  • 19:30 League: Celta – Athletic Bilbao / Novasports 1HD
  • 21:45 Series A: Naples – Rome / COSMOTE SPORT 2 HD
  • 21:45 League 1: Paris Saint Germain – Reims / Novasports 2HD
  • 22:00 League: Real Madrid – Real Sociedad / Novasports 1HD

Source: sport 24

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Marseille 1-1 Monaco: The Monegasques withstood the pressure and left the Velodrome with the point

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Marseille struggled to turn their game against Monaco at the Velodrome but could only settle for a draw. Veretou sent the ball into his team’s net in the 17th minute and Alexis Sanchez set up the final score in the 47th minute.

Marseille hosted Monaco on the 20th day of the Ligue 1 derby at the Velodrome and there was a 1-1 draw, a draw no one will be happy with.

The visitors were more dangerous in the first half and took the lead in the 17th minute through a Veretto own goal, while Ruben Blanco stopped Ben Yender with a nice intervention in the 30th minute.

In the second 45 minutes, however, it was Igor Tudor’s side who dominated the pitch and found a goal with… good morning when Alexis Sanchez equalized in the 47th minute.

Balerdi almost became a hero for the “Seals” in the 73rd minute when his attempt at the Nubel post was stopped.

Marseille’s last good moment came in the 88th minute when Paget’s shot went just wide. Both teams stayed at 1:1. Marseille reached 43 points and missed a chance to catch Paris Saint-Germain, while Monaco follows in fourth place with 38 points, feeling the breath of the fifth-placed race.

Marseilles: Blanco, Beba, Zizo, Kolasinac, Inter, Ronzier, Veretou (86′ Girg), Tavares, Malinovski (86′ Paget), Gueduzi (46′ Balerdi), Sanchez.

Monaco: Nubel, Vanderson (90+2′ Aguilar), Disassi, Maripan, Enrique, Fofana, Matazzo, Diata (68′ Jacobs), Golovin, Ben Segir (68′ Gnxalo Martins), Ben Geder.

The schedule and the results of the 20th matchday

  • Lorient – Rennes 2-1 (13′ Talby, 31′ Le Bri – 73′ Tait)
  • Troyes – Lance 1-1 (50′ Laroussy – 88′ Thomason)
  • Marseille-Monaco 1-1 (47′ Sanchez – 17′ car Veretou)
  • 01/29 14:00 Nice – Lille
  • 29/01 16:00 Auxerre Montpellier
  • 01/29 16:00 Clermont-Nantes
  • 29/01 16:00 Strasbourg – Toulouse
  • 01/29 16:00 Brest – trouble
  • 29/01 18:05 Ajaccio-Lyon
  • 01/29 21:45 Paris-Reims

Source: sport 24

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