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Messi’s replacement: PSG to sign Arsenal star for €65m

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Paris Saint-Germain have reportedly set sights on signing Arsenal captain Martin Odegaard as Lionel Messi’s replacement.

As per a report in El Nacional, PSG are keen on signing Odegaard following his impressive season with Arsenal as Messi’s future with the French Ligue 1 champions is at the moment unclear.

The Parisians have been keeping tabs on the former Real Madrid midfielder and have decided to make a €65 million move to bring him to France.

PSG will have to battle Bayern Munich, who are also interested in Odegaard.

The report added that Bayern Munich manager Thomas Tuchel is also a big fan of the Norway international and has asked the Bundesliga champions to make a move.

Messi’s replacement: PSG to sign Arsenal star for €65m

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Transfer: Nwabali move to Saudi club El-Ettifaq collapses

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Saudi club, El-Ettifaq has pulled out of transfer negotiations for Super Eagles goalkeeper, Stanley Nwabali.

According to SCORENigeria, El-Ettifaq pulled out of the deal after failing to reach an agreement with South African club, Chippa United.

Nwabali is still expected to leave Chippa United this summer despite El-Ettifaq’s failure to strike a deal for the shot-stopper.

Two other clubs remain interested in the 27-year-old.

The shot-stopper has been a wanted man since his five-star displays for the Super Eagles at the 2023 Africa Cup of Nations in Cote d’Ivoire.

Nwabali has posted 10 clean sheets in 25 league appearances this season after he only made six appearances last season.

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FA Cup Final: Man Utd will sack Ten Hag – Rio Ferdinand

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Manchester United legend, Rio Ferdinand believes manager Erik ten Hag will be dismissed by the club even if he secures an unexpected FA Cup victory at the end of the month.

Man United concluded their Premier League season with a 2-0 win against Brighton, yet Ten Hag remains under pressure after a challenging campaign.

Ten Hag’s side lost 19 games across all competitions, finished eighth and is poised to miss out on European football for the first time since 2015 unless they triumph over Manchester City in the FA Cup final next weekend.

Ferdinand expressed doubts about Ten Hag’s future, predicting that the club’s co-owners Jim Ratcliffe’s INEOS will review and possibly terminate his position following the FA Cup final.

“Win or lose, I don’t think Ten Hag will be there next season,” Ferdinand stated on his FIVE YouTube channel.

“I believe the club will look elsewhere. I don’t think winning the FA Cup changes anything in the eyes of INEOS. This is just my assumption, I haven’t spoken to anyone there.”

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WAFU U-17: Togo game ‘must win’ for Golden Eaglets – Manu Garba

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Golden Eaglets head coach, Manu Garba has warned his players that they must be at their best against Togo.

The holders will face the young Hawks in their last group game at the WAFU B U-17 Championship on Wednesday.

The Eaglets defeated Niger Republic 1-0 in their second game of the competition on Sunday night.

“We will have to beat Togo on Wednesday. They are a good side and we will not underrate them,” Garba said.

“We have trained the players on goal scoring drills. Nigeria should have scored three goals against Niger. So, we hope that the players will convert their chances against Togo.”

Nigeria currently occupy second position in Group B with four points from two games

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