Real Madrid manager Zinedine Zidane is said to be considering the idea of playing Spanish international IscoAlarcon when they play hosts Atalanta in the first leg of their Champions League last 16 tie on Wednesday night. Italian football club Atalantawould be hoping to capitalise on the numerous injury problems at Real Madrid when the two teams meet for the first time in the competition. Real Madrid are without several first team players for the game including Frenchman Karim Benzema, who would have led the line if he was available. In his absence, Zidane could start Isco as a false nine according to journalist JosepPedrerol, who works for El Chiringuito TV in Spain. It was revealed that striker Mariano could come in as a substitute later in the game if he is snubbed in favour of Isco, who would be able to control the ball better while leading the line.
PSG manager Mauricio Pochettino has confirmed that the club will try to look into the availability of Christian Eriksen. The Inter Milan midfielder has struggled for form and he is available in the market after Inter CEO Giuseppe Marotta confirmed that a few weeks ago about the same. Pochettino is no stranger to Eriksen after having managed the Danish midfielder during his time at Tottenham. After leaving Spurs in 2019, Pochettino had been out of work until now. However, he has been able to find a top job in the form of PSG. The serial French league champions will be aware about the quality possessed by Christian Eriksen.
Former Juventus and Real Madrid manager Fabio Capellohas apprised Lautaro Martinez on the move to Barcelona. He also said that he has been impressed by the talent of Martinez and he doesn’t want him to sit in the sidelines in Barca as he thinks that it is difficult to find a place in the first team of the club.
Martinez name has been linked with the transfer to Barcelona for the past few weeks and his performance in Inter has been good with him scoring 16 goals from 31 appearances in this season. Capello advises that Martinez will be having a better option if he stays at Serie A.
Amin Younes accuses that footballers are taught to be stupid regarding there finance and transfer money. With the lack of education regarding the finances, they are being manipulated and taken advantaged by others. He was a part of Borussia Monchengladbach youth academy and made his debut match in 2011-2012. He after playing a few times in the first level of the team was transferred to Dutch club Ajax. He scored 17 goals with 100 appearances during his three-year stay there. He then joined Napoli in 2018 in a free transfer.
In his brief career in football, he has played in three different countries for their big clubs. From his experience, he is of the opinion that not everyone has good intentions on developing a player’s talent. On the contrary, most of the people want to take advantage of the player. He also suggests that certain measures should be taken regarding the protection of player’s finance.