Here’s the latest gist in the football world today…
Man City Avoid Transfer Ban
It looks like Manchester City has been handed a fine of CHF 370,000 (£315,000/$380,000) after falling foul of regulations regarding the international transfer and registration of players under the age of 18.
Surprised right? We are as well considering that Barcelona, Real Madrid, Atletico Madrid and Chelsea were banned from signing new players as punishment for similar offences.
PSG Pissed After Neymar Talks with Barca
PSG will hold another meeting with Barca on Thursday during UEFA’s European Club Association gathering as the Camp Nou side looks to beat Real Madrid to the signing of Neymar.
“Karma Always Strikes Back,” De Boer Tells Mourinho
De Boer just can’t keep himself from shading Jose Mourinho. The Atlanta United boss added more to his war of words with the Portuguese manager stating that “karma always strikes back” always strikes back in respect to Mourinho’s sacking by Man Utd.
Mou had labelled the Dutchman the “worst manager in Premier League history” after his sacking at Crystal Palace.
Liverpool’s Mane Ready to Start UEFA Super Cup
Despite having just a 16-day break during the close season, the Senegalese forward is set to make a start in tonight’s UEFA Super Cup game against Chelsea.
Porto, Celtic Knocked Out of Champions League
Porto were knocked out of the Champions League after losing to Russia’s FC Krasnodar on away goals, while last season’s semi-finalists Ajax survived a scare to make the final play-off round. Scottish champions, Celtic were also knocked out by CFR Cluj.