Reports from German media suggest that Juventus are interested in signing Bayern Munich midfielder James Rodriguez.
Sport Bild report that the Colombian international could leave the German champion in January with Juve among of number interested clubs, including a host of Premier League sides.
Despite the strong interest, Bild suggest that the Bianconeri could be in the lead due to their strong relationship with super agent Jorge Mendes who represents both Rodriguez and Cristiano Ronaldo.
Bayern signed the 27-year-old in 2017 on a two-year loan deal costing €10m with an option to buy outright at €32.5m, however the suggestion is that Bayern may not want to spend that much.
Seemingly, it’s utter nonsense, but as we approach the transfer window, it felt appropriate to share, especially on Halloween.
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Charlton nets six as New Canaan girls lacrosse reigns in rain against Longmeadow
Sunday April 21, 2019
New Canaan’s Natalie Lopez (23) knocks the ball away from Henna Brennan (2) of Longmeadow, Mass., as New Canaan’s Kaleigh Harden (6) also defends during Saturday’s girls lacrosse game at Dunning Field. — Dave Stewart/Hearst Connecticut Media The New Canaan Rams and Longmeadow Lancers of Massachusetts have developed quite a long-distance rivalry over the years. […]
Juventus close in on Kostas Manolas
Thursday April 25, 2019
Reports in Italy suggest Juventus are ever closer to completing a deal for Roma defender Kostas Manolas. The Bianconeri were first linked with the Greek international just days ago, but the Italian press report that a deal is close. Corriere Torino reported yesterday that Manolas has given his complete approval for a move to Juventus […]
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New Canaan girls soccer hands Ridgefield its first loss, 1-0
Sunday October 14, 2018
New Canaan’s Dillyn Patten (right), and Ridgefield’s Amelia Hynes (13) battle for the ball during the Rams’ 1-0 win at Dunning Field on Saturday. — Dave Stewart photo The New Canaan Rams have found motivation and drive in their status as underdogs in the FCIAC girls soccer playoff race. After their last couple of victories […]
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