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PSG want Mbappe to delay Real Madrid announcement

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Paris Saint-Germain is expected to make a significant request to Kylian Mbappé as he nears a move to Real Madrid.

The ongoing saga involving all three parties seems to be approaching a resolution in 2024, with Mbappé leaning towards leaving Paris.

According to updates from Le Parisien and ESPN, Mbappé has made a decision and is set to accept a move to the Spanish capital this summer. Real Madrid has remained confident about securing a deal for the French captain, and official confirmation appears imminent.

However, according to the latest report from Diario Sport, PSG is displeased with the leaks regarding Mbappé’s departure, and they will urge him not to announce his decision until the end of the season.

PSG is still competing on three fronts this season, including the Champions League, and the club is keen to avoid Mbappé’s exit news destabilizing their pursuit of trophies in the coming months.

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Man City win record fourth English title in a row as Foden scores twice in 3-1 win over West Ham

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Man City win record fourth English title in a row as Foden scores twice in 3-1 win over West Ham

Phil Foden scored twice early on as Manchester City clinched an unprecedented fourth consecutive Premier League title with a commanding 3-1 victory over West Ham.

Pep Guardiola’s dominant side showed little sign of last-day jitters, though a stunning goal from Mohammed Kudus just before halftime at the Etihad Stadium momentarily sparked hope for rivals Arsenal.

However, Rodri soon dashed those hopes by driving home City’s third goal, sealing their sixth league triumph in seven seasons under Guardiola’s inspirational leadership on a sunny Sunday afternoon.

The win ensured City remained out of reach for second-placed Arsenal, regardless of their result against Everton.

Arsenal had been relying on a favor from West Ham, who were already secured in ninth place and were playing their final match under David Moyes’ second tenure as manager.

With City demonstrating remarkable composure throughout the run-in, only the most optimistic Arsenal supporters believed they might falter.

City quickly put those hopes to rest, taking less than two minutes to assert their dominance and eliminate any doubts about the outcome.

With the sun shining and their player of the season Foden in scintillating form, City’s performance was nothing short of stylish.

Foden received a pass from Bernardo Silva on the right, cut inside, evaded a challenge from James Ward-Prowse, and unleashed a left-footed shot into the top corner from the edge of the box.

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Bayer Leverkusen complete UNBEATEN Bundesliga season under Xabi Alonso as they beat Augsburg 2-1

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Bayer Leverkusen complete UNBEATEN Bundesliga season under Xabi Alonso as they beat Augsburg 2-1

Bayer Leverkusen made history as the first team in the Bundesliga to complete a season unbeaten, following their 2-1 victory over Augsburg on Saturday. This win extended their impressive run to 51 games without defeat.

After securing their inaugural Bundesliga title in April, Leverkusen’s goals from Victor Boniface and Robert Andrich set them on the path to victory.

They are now eyeing a potential unbeaten treble with upcoming matches in the Europa League final against Atalanta and the German Cup final.

Leverkusen, managed by Xabi Alonso, took the lead 12 minutes into the match. Amine Adli capitalized on a mistake by Augsburg goalkeeper Tomas Koubek, gaining possession and passing to Boniface, who scored from close range.

Andrich increased Leverkusen’s advantage in the 27th minute, backheeling a rebound into the net.

Augsburg’s young talent, Mert Komor, scored a remarkable goal on his first start in the 62nd minute, but Leverkusen maintained their lead, securing the win ahead of what could be a historic week for the club.

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BREAKING: Porto hit with one-year ban from European competitions & fined €1.5m

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BREAKING: Porto hit with one-year ban from European competitions & fined €1.5m

FC Porto has been fined €1.5 million by UEFA for “debts owed to other football clubs, employees, and/or social/fiscal authorities.” In addition to the financial penalty, Porto has received a suspended sentence of a one-year ban from European competitions.

This means that if Porto fails to meet UEFA’s financial requirements in the future, the ban could be enforced, preventing them from participating in European tournaments for a year.

The club statement:

The UEFA Financial Control Committee confirmed yesterday that FC Porto faces a fine of €1.5 million and a one-year suspension from UEFA European competitions during the 2025/26, 2026/27, and 2027/28 seasons. The club was formally notified of this sanction on April 19, 2024.

The Management of Futebol Clube do Porto clarifies to the Members that this sanction results from reckless and ineffective management by the previous administration of the Club and its Sports Society.

These actions led to non-compliance with UEFA’s financial fair play rules, including payment controls related to employees, the tax authority/social security, and football clubs. The severity of the sanction is due to repeated non-compliance with these rules and the communication of incorrect and incomplete information to UEFA.

Despite these challenges, the new elected Board will ensure strict adherence to all rules and regulations, including UEFA’s financial fair play standards. The Management will also investigate the reasons for the club incurring this sanction and determine the responsibilities of those involved in repeated non-compliances and omission of facts.

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