Real Madrid and Barcelona are looking at Kane, Alli, and Eriksen but now Winks has emerged. The midfielder has been nicknamed ‘Little Iniesta’ by his Coach because of his ability and potential. Camp Nou has now changed their focus to the young England midfielder. Lionel Messi is set to set yet another record this weekend.
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3. Barcelona and Madrid fighting for Spurs midfielder Harry Winks
Tottenham has a number of players causing top clubs sleepless nights. The London side thrashed Real Madrid 3-1 at Wembley to book their place in Champions League last 16.
The team put together by Mauricio Pochettino is composed of young players. Hayy Kane is only 24 years but he has already lifted two Premier League Golden boots. Others include two-goal hero Dele Alli who is only 21-years and Harry Winks who is also 21.
Real Madrid and Barcelona are looking at Kane, Alli, and Eriksen but now Winks has emerged. The midfielder has been nicknamed ‘Little Iniesta’ by his Coach because of his ability and potential. Camp Nou has now changed their focus to the young England midfielder. He was given his debut against Lithuania in September and he is set to face Germany and Brazil next week.
2. Doctor REVEALS the funny reason why Dembele suffered a bad Injury
Finland surgeon Sakari Orava who operated on Ousmane Dembele after his terrible hamstring injury has blamed ‘pressure to succeed’ at Barcelona as the reason why he suffered the injury.
The 20-year-old had just completed a transfer worth €105million from Borussia Dortmund. The young Frenchman was signed to replace Neymar who had joined Paris Saint-Germain for record €222 million.
The player had felt pain few days before his final injury but he told nobody and as a result, he made it worse. He will be out for four months.
“Maybe it was a sin of youth not to say that he felt pain in that area before,” he told Mundo Deportivo.
“The pressure he’d been exposed to after his signing for Barca also could have influenced it.”
“I am in permanent contact with Barcelona Dr. Pruna, who is sending me reports about what Dembele’s doing,” he added.
“So far, everything’s going fine; his recovery is going well. Like most kids his age, he’s optimistic [saying two months], but I prefer to be a little more cautious and stick with the original assessment.”
1. RECORD ALERT: Messi new record loading, ONE match to go..See it here first
Lionel Messi will reach 600 appearances for Barcelona if he plays in his next match. The Argentine has so far played 599 matches for the Catalan giant scoring 523 goals. The 30-year-old made his debut in 2004 two years after joining the famous La Masia academy.
The five times World Player of the Year has already broken almost all the records both in La Liga and Camp Nou. The only man keeping awake at night is Real Madrid forward Cristiano Ronaldo. The Portuguese have been tipped to win his fifth Ballon d’Or award to go level with him on all fronts.