It may not be looking obvious or feasible yet, but according to Andrea Dossena, Juventus superstar Cristiano Ronaldo will renew his contract at the Italian club in the near future. There are lots of rumors and speculations currently surrounding the future of Ronaldo at Juventus, with some of those rumors claiming that the Portugal international legend may be heading for the exit, while reports have also claimed that he could be set to either return to his former club Manchester United or sign for French Ligue 1 heavyweights Paris Saint-Germain this summer instead.
Even before the start of the summer transfer window, it was already being reported that Ronaldo wants to seal a move away from the Old Lady because he is already fed up with how the club is being run. However, following the appointment of former manager Massimiliano Allegri, there is a popular belief not just among the squad but also in the media that the 36-year-old could be finally convinced to sign on the dotted lines pretty soon. Continue reading “DOSSENA BELIEVES RONALDO WILL RENEW JUVENTUS CONTRACT”→
For a side that were just crowned the UEFA Champions League title, many will think of English Premier League outfit Chelsea as a complete team but in actual sense, there is still a lot of work to be done by their manager Thomas Tuchel for him to continue building his legacy at the club. While he has done a good job at Stamford Bridge by delivering the European title to the Blues,
Before being appointed as the manager at Chelsea, only a few people, if any, would have thought that the German manager would be able to guide the club to Champions League glory, especially given under the circumstances that the club were in upon his arrival. However, even after he was able to conquer the whole of Europe with his Blues squad, a couple of people still believe that he could not rest and should instead seek to improve the squad in several areas. Continue reading “DOSSENA: CHELSEA STILL HAVE WORK TO DO”→
A former player of Liverpool football club has admitted that he would relish the opportunity to be the club’s manager one day. That’s according to former defender Andrea Dossena, who, in an interview, revealed that he would be fulfilling his dream if he is one day appointed as the club’s manager.
Since retiring as a professional footballer, Dossena has taken up the idea to go into football management and after completing his coaching badges, he is now the manager of Italy’s Serie D club Crema and is also helping them to see if they can earn promotion to the Serie C championship ahead of next season. Continue reading “FORMER REDS STAR REVEALS MANAGERIAL AMBITIONS”→
Andrea Dossena has once again made it to the news for the same reason as he pleads with his former club to complete the signing of highly-rated defender Kalidou Koulibaly. Dossena says the defensive powerhouse is what will give the Reds the kind of defensive solidity they need in the continued absence of club captain Virgil van Dijk.
The Senegalese defensive maestro is a hit cake around Europe and constantly gets linked to clubs across Europe every single transfer window. With a lot of clubs interested in acquiring his services, former Liverpool defender Dossena Insists now is the best time to jump ahead of the queue and seal the signing once and for all. Continue reading “Andrea Dossena Demands That Liverpool Sign Koulibaly”→
Andrea Dossena has asked his former club Liverpool to go all in and sign highly in-demand Napoli Centre-back KalidouKoulibaly. After the injuries Liverpool have suffered this season, including to talismanic defender Virgil van Dijk, and Joe Gomez, the club’s fans wouldn’t agree less.
Liverpool manager Rafael Benitez was very careful when preparing for the clash with Manchester United that lunchtime, as he hoped to disrupt the pendulum of the title race. Benitez didn’t have it his way as an injury to Alvaro Arbeloa during the warm-up forced a personnel change and a positional change too. The experienced Sami Hyypia came in at centre-half, while club legend Jamie Carragher moved to the right back of defence.