Updated news, the latest world football event on March 29 is directly affected by the COVID-19 epidemic.
Chelsea are approaching Lille defender Gabriel Magalhaes, worth £ 30 million.
The 22-year-old also drew attention from Arsenal and Everton, but Chelsea dominated by reaching a fee agreement with Lille.
According to Eurosport reporter Manu Lonjon, the transfer is almost complete. Gabriel has impressed with Lille after 24 games in Ligue 1 this season, as well as in the Champions League with 2 times against Chelsea.
Chelsea aim for the Real Madrid full-back
Chelsea asked Real Madrid about wing-back Achraf Hakimi. The 21-year-old spent the season on loan at Dortmund and is one of the standout stars in the Bundesliga.
But the loan deal between the two clubs had no option of buying at the end of the season and that made Chelsea interested.
Real Madrid’s original plan was to bring Hakimi to the first team next season but coach Zinedine Zidane will make a final decision. The Moroccan plays primarily as a right-back but can also be a left-back or a winger.
Inter striker “green light” for Barca
According to Sport Mediaset, Lautaro Martinez has agreed to move to Barca next summer but must ask the Catalan club to make an appropriate offer for Inter.
The Argentinian striker has a release clause worth € 111 million but Barca can negotiate by adding players.
Chelsea, Real Madrid and Man City are also thought to be targeting Martinez, who has scored 16 goals in 31 matches this season.
The former Real Madrid goalkeeper paid a fortune to fly home
Faced with tensions caused by the epidemic in France, former Real Madrid goalkeeper Keylor Navas decided to leave Paris to return to his native Costa Rica by private jet.
In turn Navas “fled” from France
According to ESPN, the PSG goalkeeper and his wife Andrea Salas and their three children took a private flight on the night of March 27 when they had to pay a total of $ 200,000 with three small children from Paris to San Jose.
Dybala receives good news from the family
Paulo Dybala received good news from Argentina when all the Juventus striker’s family had tested negative for COVID-19. Gustavo’s brother, Alicia’s mother and Dybala’s sister-in-law were all checked at a hospital in Cordoba.
Dybala is being treated for COVID-19
Dybala, meanwhile, still has to undergo further screening and isolation for about a week due to COVID-19 treatment
Former Barca goalkeeper infected with COVID-19
Former Barcelona goalkeeper Rustu Recber was hospitalized after testing positive for COVID-19. This information was confirmed by his wife on social networks.
“I regret to say that my husband was hospitalized with the diagnosis of COVID-19. Everything was fine when he suddenly developed symptoms very quickly and we were still in a state of shock. These are important and difficult times, ”announced Rustu’s wife.
The former Turkish goalkeeper played with Valdes, Ronaldinho and Saviola in Rijkaard’s squad in the 2003/04 season.