Daily News Summary In Last 24 Hours:
Portugal cruised into the semi-finals of the Confederations Cup as Group A winners after Cristiano Ronaldo, Bernardo Silva, Andre Silva and Nani secured a 4-0 victory over New Zealand.Mexico 2-1 Russia: Akinfeev error sends hosts crashing out
Igor Akinfeev’s awful mistake saw tournament hosts Russia exit from the Confederations Cup after a 2-1 loss to Mexico.Chelsea come back offering €70m for Alex Sandro
After Juventus turned down €60m for Alex Sandro, it’s reported they will be sorely tempted when Chelsea come back offering €70m.Arbeloa announces retirement from football: I have decided to hang up my boots
Arbeloa leaves the soccer: “It is time to say goodbye. I have decided to hang up my boots and quit football. ”
Guangzhou Evergrande midfielder Paulinho has confirmed in an exclusive interview with Globoesporte.com that Barcelona have made him an offer. Paulinho, who is happy in the Chinese Super League, admitted that his agent is in talks with the Catalan club.Gareth Bale: PSG ponder a move for Real Madrid winger
According to Le Parisen, Paris Saint Germain are resigned to losing the race for Mbappé, but would try to sign the Welshman if Real Madrid make him available.Man Utd try to tempt Nainggolan
Manchester United have offered Roma midfielder Radja Nainggolan wages worth €7.5m per year, claims Il Temponewspaper.
The Ligue 1 outfit are aware that the Gunners want their star striker, but they may decide to wait on Atletico Madrid to serve their transfer ban.
WHAT THEY SAY
“Chile and Germany are excellent teams but we have to focus on ourselves.”Said CR7 after Portugal’s 4-0 defeat of New Zealand in the Confederations Cup.Lampard: Chelsea’s biggest signing will be extending boss Conte’s contract
Frank Lampard claims a new contract for Antonio Conte will be Chelsea’s most important signing this summer.Del Piero: Juve have plenty of space for Cristiano Ronaldo
“if Cristiano Ronaldo is not happy at Real Madrid and wants to go, Juventus have a lot of space for him.”Said Alessandro Del Piero.
when asked by ESPN Brasil whether he would like to play under Mourinho – under whom he briefly worked at former club Real Madrid – Fabinho responded: “He is an excellent manager. No doubt.