Champions League football news
Champions League, 1/4 finals
Ajax already won Real Madrid and did so in second leg of the tie in an away match, but it seems Juventus wanted to learn his own lesson. Ajax already made big noise trashing Madrid out of Champions league but one thing is the unstable Real Madrid, which had a temporary head coach, something else is Juventus, whose coach is perhaps the best tactician in all Europe and perhaps the only one that can be found who knows how to outscore Barcelona, on his home field.
Brazil national team former player Rivaldo is sure his compatriot Philippe Coutinho made a right decision last season. The Brazilian midfielder moved from Liverpool to Barcelona in the winter transfer window.
David de Gea is not thinking about leaving Manchester United for Real Madrid this summer, insisting his focus sits solely with the Spanish national team ahead of the Russia World Cup. De Gea signed a four-year deal with United, ending rumors for his possible transfer to Real'. "My future? The important thing is the World Cup and I don’t think of anything else that can divert or upset me," De Gea told reporters at Spain's Media Day ahead the World Cup.
Real Madrid winger Gareth Bale will not continue his career at Bayern Munich. According to Mirror, the new head coach of the German giant Nico Covac was interested in Wales national team player, but Bale refused the offer of Bayern.
Juventus head coach Massimiliano Allegri is pleased with the Brazilian midfielder Douglas Costa and is determined to make his move permanant, according to Goal. During the season-2017-18 Costa played at Vecchia Signora on loan with his transfer belonging to Bayern Munich.
Real Madrid are ready to pay for Atletico goalkeeper Jan Oblak € 100 mil in summer transfer window, according to A Bola. If that happens, it will be the highest price paid for a goalkeeper in the history of world football.
Bayern Munich and German national team forward Thomas Müller doesn’t think about switch to another club, but same time he doesn’t rule out a switch to another club in future. “It’s very difficult to leave Bayern. Every year I challenge with my current team for titles. Our side have an enormous potential.