Football News: 4th April 2022

PSG Boss Claims Super Bowl Is Bigger Than The Champions League And Football Showcase Needs An Opening Ceremony|

Al-Khelaifi, who is now the Chairman of the European Club Association, is desperate to see his team win a Champions League final at some point.

The Qatari businessman would want to see that win played alongside an opening ceremony that is akin to the halftime show seen at the Super Bowl, as he’s worried the American annual game is bigger than Europe’s showpiece.


Leeds, Newcastle among six English clubs queuing up to sign Bundesliga defende|

Leeds, Newcastle and West Ham are all hoping to land FC Koln defender Timo Hubers this summer, as per a report, although interest also stems from three more English teams.

Hubers came through Hannover’s academy before joining Koln’s second team in July 2015. A year later he moved back to Hannover and went on to make 39 appearances for the German club, scoring four times.

Chelsea could secure Eden Hazard return without a transfer fee amid Real Madrid plan|

Chelsea could get the opportunity to bring Eden Hazard back to Stamford Bridge without paying a transfer fee.

Hazard has struggled since his big-money transfer to Real Madrid in 2019, failing to replicate the form he managed in West London.

Initially, the Belgian struggled with injuries over the course of his first 18 months at the Santiago Bernabeu.

But for much of this season, he managed to stay fit, only to be overlooked by Carlo Ancelotti due to poor form.

Last week, however, he suffered a fresh fitness blow, now likely to miss the rest of the season due to osteoporosis from a previous operation.

Jurgen Klopp “happy” but may rest fatigued Mohamed Salah amid rotten goalscoring run|

Jurgen Klopp has dismissed fears over Mo Salah ’s goal drought, by insisting the striker is still making a massive contribution to Liverpool ’s quadruple bid.

And the Reds boss added emphatically that while there are no new developments in talks over a new deal with the Egyptian forward, he is completely “happy” with the situation, which he believes is “all good”. Salah has produced 28 goals and 10 assists in 37 games this season, to top the English football scoring charts, but incredibly, he hasn’t scored from open play for the Reds since February.


Udinese have been warned to ‘enjoy Beto for as long as we can’ after the Newcastle United target hit a hat-trick in Serie A this weekend, via Tuttomercatoweb.

He’s been compared to Romelu Lukaku but, inside half an hour at the Dacia Arena on Sunday afternoon, Beto scored more goals than Chelsea’s £97 million centre-forward has managed in his last 17 Premier League outings.

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