Harry Wilson: The Liverpool’s Wales midfielder hopes to leave the club today and the 23-year-old has no shortage of interest. Nottingham Forest, Cardiff City, Swansea City and Derby County are all keen to secure his scroll, but reports from Wales indicate that he is currently undergoing treatment with Cardiff ahead of a 1. 1.2 million loan agreement. If Wilson moves to Cardiff, Swansea will try to replace him with Casey Palmer of Bristol City.
Ole Gunnar’s Solskizar talks about the plight of Harry Maguire
Manchester United: Ole Gunnar Salsakazar spoke to women and gentlemen in the media about Harry Maguire’s plight before his visit to Newcastle last night.
“Football is very … very … you’re always in the spotlight,” he said. “It’s a normal day when Harry is in the non-ranked team after losing to Belgium. And then when you stop sending you get titles, it’s just football for you. There are many ups and downs that we have been able to deal with individually and as a group.
“Harry is in great comfort, I know he will be back. He wants to play, he wants to get out of what was criticized from the last two games. He made a knock just before landing [against Denmark] So I’m just hopeful he’ll stay fit. We saw him yesterday and we’ll give him a test today. ‘
Watford: Speaking of the best men in football, Ben Foster can be on the move today. The Watford goalkeeper is being linked with a move to Liverpool, where he will act as irresistible to Alison instead of Adrian. One of the hardest working men in football journalism, it’s no surprise to learn that Ben Fisher had a very interesting chat with Foster long ago …
Nottingham Forest: Chris Houghton, considered one of the best men in football, returned to the dug-out on Saturday, when he brought Nottingham Forest to Ude Park for a game against Blackburn for his latest managed role. He has a big job to do after Forrest’s catastrophic start to the season, and Ben Fisher has spoken to him as he prepares to take charge of his first game …
Celtic vs. Rangers: The first Old Farm derby of the season will be held at lunch tomorrow, when Celtic will entertain the Rangers in the empty Celtic Park. Their manager, Neil Lennon, was talking about how strange it would be for players on both sides to go about their business in utter silence.
“I think going through what this generation of players is doing is a very difficult task,” he said. “Everyone we’ve adapted to, but it’s a huge element that’s missing: electricity, atmosphere, raw materials, noise, color … it’s going to be a derby we’ve never seen before. We’re running well and we want to keep that consistency. . ”
Crystal Palace: Wayne forced Hennessy to become Wayne’s most capped goalkeeper while representing his country for the 94th time against Bulgaria on Wednesday night. His injury could mean the loss to Crystal Palace Stoke City’s Jack Butland, who is looking for a fresh start elsewhere after falling behind Stoke City’s Adam Davis. Butland has been linked with Liverpool and Southampton.
Overseeing the business: Lots of players could go from the championship to the Premier League before the stumps at 5pm, with Watford winger Ismaila Sarke among the big names expected. There was a deadline bed for the 22-year-old, who was rejected on Manchester United’s most recent date, and their bid could be raised in an effort to bring him to Old Trafford. Brentford winger Saeed Benarahma, Bournemouth midfielder David Brooks, Norwich midfielder Todd Cantwell and Swansea center-back Joe Rodon are among others who could be promoted from their championship before the end of the day.
Greetings to all …
International breaks are behind us and normal – or as normal as the current climate – football returns this weekend. We’ll bring you news of a variety of press conferences, of which we can certainly expect to hear at great lengths and from a variety of organizations to justify how players were ill-advised to let go of their club bubbles and give gadding around. The world in the midst of an epidemic.
As if not one too many, the deadline second day also depends on us, so you can expect a lot of last breath horse business before closing the domestic window at 5:50 pm. Rules: Premier League clubs are not allowed to sign anyone from foreign clubs or do business with each other but they can continue the contract with the EFL or the team below.
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