Real will spend more than half a billion euros on five stars in Summer 2019

Real Madrid will conduct the biggest overhaul over the past five years after experiencing the 2018/19 season of a complete defeat.

According to AS, coach Zinedine Zidane had a discussion with Real management to clarify 5 players he wanted to recruit to this Summer market. The total cost of purchasing players is up to 537 million euros. The names that the French legend requires include 5 midfielders and 1 striker: Paul Pogba (Man United), Eden Hazard (Chelsea), Christian Eriksen (Tottenham), Tanguy Ndombele (Lyon) and Luka Jovic (Frankfurt).

Until now, Real had a rookie, defender Eder Militao from Porto for 50 million euros. The big problem for Los Blancos is that Zidane stars who wish to be present at the Bernabeu this summer are not cheap, with Pogba promising to spend the most budget when the transfer fee is estimated at 150 million euros. Hazard ranked second with 112 million euros. Eriksen will likely cost Real 85 million euros, Ndombele is 80 million euros and Jovic “cheapest” with 60 million euros.

Looking at the list of players to buy from Zidane, it can be seen that Real focuses on reinforcing the middle line as well as strengthening the strength of public goods. Hazard, Pogba and Eriksen all proved more or less valuable in the Premier League, and they promised to bring a new wind to the lifeless midfield of the White Vulture. Meanwhile, Ndombele is going through an excellent season at Lyon and is said to be a worthy successor to Luka Modric.

Finally, Jovic is currently a young European striker with the impressive table style in Frankfurt shirt. The arrival of Serbian star is expected to share the burden with Karim Benzema – the 31-year-old player.

Juventus 1-1 Torino: Ronaldo rescues ‘Old Lady’

Cristiano Ronaldo’s goal in the final minutes helped Juventus have a home draw against Turin in the Turin derby.

Scored

Juventus: Ronaldo (84 ‘)
Torino: Lukic (18 ‘)

Entering the Turin derby, Coach Max Allegri for the first time this season arranged Ronaldo to pair with young striker Moise Kean in his relatively new 4-4-2. Not to mention, winger Juan Cuadrado also re-emerged after a long period of outing due to injury. Those are the two notable changes of Juventus, the rest in the defense of the most important cards are present.

Although giving the strongest team, but soon crowned the champion, the Juventus players entered the tournament without much determination. Meanwhile, Torino shows the ambition to win points to continue the battle to seek tickets for the European Cup next season. It was the new team that had the first chance of danger, when Andrea Belotti had a quick escape and put a powerful shot into the near corner to tie the goalkeeper Wojciech Szczesny to a hard save.

The match is overtaken by Torino players in the next few minutes of the match. By the 18th minute, Sasa Lukic made the mistake of Miralem Pjanic to steal the ball in the penalty area and unleashed an equalizer into the far corner of the match.

After the goal, Juventus players were awake and created many opportunities. Ronaldo dealt neatly in the penalty area and gave a good pass for Blaise Matuidi to get close to the goal but failed to win the visitors goal. Ronaldo has at least 4 definite situations, but all of them put the ball close to the post or the keeper Salvatore Sirigu blocked it. Half-time ended with only 1 goal scored for the visitors.

Entering the second round of competition, Juventus is still the team that holds the game completely. The way up the ball of the home team is directed to Ronaldo, but in a day playing quite ungainly, the shot of the Portuguese player is missing a bit of accuracy. It should be emphasized, this is a relatively successful match with goalkeeper Salvatore Sirigu, when he has many excellent saves for his home team.

It seems that Juventus will receive defeat in this match, the bravery of a star, the ability to choose a good position helped Ronaldo equalize in the 84th minute. Picking Spinazzola’s cross, Ronaldo was clever slipping into the gap between the central defender and the full-back to beat his head easily hit Sirigu’s net.

Draw 1-1, Juventus had the second consecutive draw after winning the championship and once again, Ronaldo was still the star, when he saved the home team in both matches with the goals. number. The goal against Torino also helped Ronaldo hit the 100th goal with his head.

Squad

Juventus: Szczesny; Cancelo, Bonucci, Chiellini, Spinazzola, Pjanic, Matuidi, Bernardeschi (De Sciglio 85 ‘), Cuadrado (Pereira 78’), Kean, Ronaldo

Torino: Sirigu; Bremer, N’Koulou, Izzo, Meite, Rincon, Lukic (Ola Aina 79 ‘), Ansaldi, De Silvestri (Zaza 89’), Berenguer (Baselli 70 ‘), Belotti

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