Manchester United defender Phil Jones has joined his teammates Nemanja Matic and Juan Mata as potentially likely candidates to transfer to the United States Major League Soccer this summer, according to a lot of reports from various sources. The former England international central defender, prior to his return to the United first team, had been out of action for several months as a result of a major injury he suffered in 2020. The injury opened a path to other further injury problems and they all combined to stop him from playing football for quite a long time. However, with the help of Olé Gunnar Solksjaer and the United team of doctors, he was brought back to full fitness and was re-instated into the first-team as a result.
Of course, since then, he has not done enough to displace Harry Maguire and Raphael Varane in the starting eleven whenever they are fit, but he has always done a lot to remain on standby just in case his services are called upon. His return from injury and to football action has earned him some suitors who have shown interest in acquiring his services as early as in the summer transfer window. It was earlier reported that some clubs in the English Premier League and in the Championship had started showing interest in signing him but the reports stated that those clubs were waiting for the summer transfer window to open proper for business. Continue reading “REPORTS: JONES COULD MOVE TO THE MLS THIS SUMMER”→
Sergio Ramos has finally decided to join French Ligue 1 heavyweights Paris Saint-Germain as he snubs the approach made by several other clubs for his signature. The Spain international defender, whose contract only recently expired at Real Madrid this summer was a subject of serious speculations as a lot of clubs began showing interest in acquiring his signature following his announcement that he will be leaving Real Madrid in the summer. Manchester City, Chelsea, Manchester United, and Juventus were all linked with a move for the fierce defender but he seems to have decided to call Paris Saint-Germain his new home.
Ramos, 33, has reportedly agreed a deal in principle to sign for the French club and the deal will see him play for PSG for the next two seasons, with an option to further extend the contract. After leaving Real Madrid under strange circumstances, it was only normal for the player to find another club that he will sign for as he is still very much in top shape and raring to continue his career at the top level. Continue reading “RAMOS SNUBS MLS CLUBS, AGREES TO JOIN PARIS SAINT-GERMAIN”→