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Arsenal In Danger Of Losing Out On Signing French Midfielder



Arsenal are now on the verge of running out of time in their plan to sign Paris Saint-Germain midfielder Christopher Nkunku, says player’s agent Jose Pierre Fanfan.

The 21-year-old has been strongly linked with Arsenal move this month with Unai Emery keen on his former player reunion.

The Spanish manager knows the starlet well from his time at PSG before joining the Premier League side last summer.

Emery has been vocal on his transfer targets this month as he repeatedly revealed that he needs to sign at least two players.

Arsenal are in danger of losing out on signing Paris St-Germain midfielder Christopher Nkunku.

But according to Nkunku agent Fanfan, the London side are likely to lose out on signing the young prodigy.

“I am here (in the studio) tonight, which is not a good sign,” Farfan said to Canal+.

“There is a real interest from Arsenal for Nkunku, but the discussions are quite complicated.”

“There are restrictions from Arsenal’s side, they cannot do a transfer in the middle of the season.”

“It is still being discussed with PSG, things could still happen in the next 48 hours.”

“But as I said, the fact that I am here means that it does not look good.”

“His situation will be evaluated in June, then he will have just one year left on his contract, and his situation will need to be evaluated.”

“He is a young boy, who needs to play, enjoy himself, and to sign up for a project for the long term.”

“That is what he is looking for, and he was in that phase with Arsenal but it looks complicated. If we have to wait, then he is ready to do that, he will wait.”

The Gunners has also been linked with Inter Milan winger Ivan Perisic and Barcelona midfielder Denis Suarez.

Arsenal, who secured a 2-1 win over Cardiff City on Tuesday night at the Emirates, will return to action on Sunday evening as they travel to Man City in their Premier League showdown.

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Top 10 African scorers in the English Premier League




The English Premier League has seen African greats play in it and scoring.Lets take a look at the top 10 African scorers in the most loved league:

10. Benni McCarthy-37 goals (South Africa)

Born Benedict Saul McCarthy, the South African legend enters the top 10 with an incredible 37 goals.An achievement for an African player.

His vast stay in England was with Blackburn Rovers where he bagged in a 37 goals from 2006-2010.

A well travelled player, he moved to West Ham United in the 2010-2011 season where he appeared 11 times with no goals.He was a 2004 Champions League winner with FC Porto and is South Africa’s all time top scorer with 32 goals.

9. Demba Ba – 43 goals (Senegal)

Demba Ba

In 2011, West Ham United signed Demba Ba from TSG Hoffeinheim.The French-born Senegalese Ba, in his first EPL season in 2011 bagged in 7 goals in 12 appearances for the Hammers.

He moved to fellow premier league opponents Newcastle United in 2011 where he scored 29 goals in 54 appearances for the Magpies.

On 4th January,2013 Ba joined Chelsea for an undisclosed fee and signed a 3 and a half year contract,becoming the first ever Senegalese to play for the Blues.

He scored just 7 goals in his 33 premier league appearances for the club.Not getting enough playing time he moved to Besiktas in Turkey for the 2014/2015 season.He currently plays for Chinese outfit Shanghai Shenhua.

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Nine World Class Players Who Think Pep Guardiola Is A Very Bad Manager




New Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola is regarded by many of the fans and pundits as one of the best managers in football history, but not all of his former players have enjoyed his managerial tactics, Here are 9 world class footballers who think Pep Guardiola  is a very bad manager, including Zlatan Ibrahimovic, Samuel Eto’o, Cesc Fabregas and the others on this list:

9. Pep Guardiola ‘lacks experience’ – Franck Ribery


The French forward Franck Ribery hit out at Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola for his failure to win the Champions League during his time at Bayern Munich.

“Pep didn’t have a long career as manager,” he told Bild. “He is a young coach. He lacks experience. Sometimes he talks too much. Football is very simple.”

8. Cesc Fabregas was not aware of Pep’s system

Cesc Fabregas

“With Guardiola I ended up not understanding the system,” he admitted after the promotion of Tito Vilanova in the summer of 2012.

“I came from another type of football and to take in everything that he wanted so quickly was difficult because the others already understood it.”

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Paul Pogba to Manchester United: Raiola arrives in England to complete the deal




Paul Pogba’s agent Mino Raiola has reportedly arrived in England in order to move closer to reaching and completing an agreement over his transfer to Manchester United.

The 23-year-old has been linked with a return to Old Trafford for long time, and it appears as though there is a possibility he could be edging closer to completing a move.

According to La Gazzetta dello Sport via Daily Express, United are preparing to launch a ‘decisive assault’ for the Frenchman, with Raiola flying out to Manchester in order to finalise a deal reportedly worth a staggering €125m.

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10 Best Players who NEVER won the FIFA Ballon d’Or




10.Arjen Robben


Dutch international Arjen Robben has been probably one of the most underrated footballers in the World for close to a decade now. His trickery, hard work, dedication and blistering pace is what makes him one of the most dangerous players in the World.

He has won everything available in the game apart from the World Cup which has evaded the Netherlands twice in the last two World Cups. They came second in South Africa 2010 and third in Brazil 2014. He has been nominated several times for FIFA Ballon d’Or but has not quite got there. He is an amazing player to watch and we might realize that when his career comes to an end in few years time.

 Robben career medals

  • Eredivise title
  • Premier League title x2
  • FA Cup
  • Football League Cup x2
  • La Liga title
  • Bundesliga title x 4
  • DFB- Pokal x 4
  • Champions League
  • UEFA Super Cup
  • World Club Cup

9.Alessandro Del Piero

Del Pierro

Del Piero as he is known to many was in his days a master of his art. Juventus was the stage and football was the dance. He danced through Serie A, Champions League and even World Cup in 2006. He is up there with the likes of Maldini, Canavaro, Baggio among others. What is quite surprising is that he never even came close to winning the Ballon d’Or which is a pity. He should have won it and we all know that.

“Here he is, he is different from Zidane, he likes to play, he feels it in his soul; between he and the French (Zinedine Zidane), I stay with him.” Diego Maradonna

8.Steven Gerrard


We all know what the Liverpool legend has achieved in his illustrious career at Anfield. Most notable being the 2005 Champions League trophy that went down in history as one of the greatest comebacks in the history of the game. He is not only a Reds Legend but also the Premier League and football in general. He played with his heart and was never shy to show his love for the club. When you look at the available records it is shocking that he did not get the chance to lift the award. The closest he came was in 2005 when he came third. Ronaldinho won it that year.

“He has become the most influential player in England, bar none. Not that Vieira lacks anything, but Gerrard does more.” – Sir Alex Ferguson

“For the job he performs, he is one of the greatest.” – Ronaldinho

 Gerrard trophies at Liverpool

  • FA Cup: 2001,2006
  • Football League Cup: 2001,2003,2012
  • FA Community Shield: 2006
  • UEFA Champions League: 2005
  • UEFA Cup: 2001
  • UEFA Super Cup: 2001,2005

7.Raul Gonzalez

Real Madrid v Valladolid - La Liga

Like Ryan Giggs, It is difficult to understand how Real Madrid legend Raul Gonzalez did not lay his hands on the FIFA Ballon d’Or. Up until now he still remains Los Blancos highest goal scorer with 323 goals. He scored 40 goals for Spain national team. He won the Champions League three times among other accolades. He surely wasn’t the most talented but his achievements deserved a major recognition.

“I want to wish the captain good luck because he has been a tower of strength for many people and for the team, and he’s been a person that a lot of people should look up to because he is very dedicated to what he does and what he believes in. Thank you to him and the rest of the team, and good luck throughout the rest of their careers” David Beckham

Raul medals at Real Madrid

  • Intercontinental Cup: 1998, 2002
  • UEFA Champions League: 1997–98, 1999–2000, 2001–02
  • UEFA Super Cup: 2002
  • La Liga: 1994–95, 1996–97, 2000–01, 2002–03, 2006–07, 2007–08
  • Supercopa de España: 1997, 2001, 2003, 2008

6.Peter Schmeichel


In 1963, Lev Yashin became the first and the only goalkeeper to win the coveted  Ballon d’Or award. No other shot stopper has won it to date. It’s a shame because former Manchester United keeper Peter Schmeichel deserved it too.

Fans around the World, will agree with me that he was without a doubt one of the most amazing shot stoppers in the modern game. He won a whooping 5 Premier League titles and that famous Champions League trophy in 1999. He was so impressive in goal that opponent players feared him. His trade mark reflex saves will forever remain in the memories of many people.

“I don’t believe a better goalkeeper played the game. He is a giant figure in the history of Manchester United” Sir Alex Ferguson.

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