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Manchester United ‘in talks with Mexico midfielder Carlos Rodriguez’

Manchester United reportedly hold discussions with the agent of Monterrey midfielder Carlos Rodriguez. Manchester United are reportedly attempting to sign Monterrey midfielder Carlos Rodriguez. Ole Gunnar Solskjaer will make significant changes to his first-team squad during the next transfer window, and the Norwegian is looking to strengthen in a number of areas. United have already confirmed that Ander Herrera will leave Old Trafford this summer, and Los Pleyers suggests that the Premier League giants consider Rodriguez to be a potential replacement. The report claims that club officials were present to watch Rodriguez Monterrey play against Necaxa on Monday night, with talks later being held with the player’s representative. Rodriguez – who recently earned his first cap for ...

England’s nemesis Carlos Brathwaite recalled by Windies

The all-rounder famously hit Ben Stokes for four successive sixes to win the T20 World Cup in 2016. The West Indies have added Carlos Brathwaite, Sheldon Cottrell and John Campbell to their squad for the first two one-day internationals against England. The changes were made following injuries to Keemo Paul, Rovman Powell and Evin Lewis, as well as the four-game ban handed out to paceman Shannon Gabriel following his exchange with Joe Root in the third Test. Brathwaite is best known to England as the man who hit Ben Stokes for four successive sixes in the final over of the Twenty20 World Cup to win the trophy in Kolkata. Uncapped batsman Campbell, meanwhile, played in all three Tests as the Windies won the recent Wisden Trophy series 2-1 and left-arm seamer Cottrell has played six ODIs. Th...

Report: Tottenham Hotspur eye £30m move for Carlos Soler

Valencia midfielder Carlos Soler is reportedly a target for Tottenham Hotspur after being watched up close numerous times by the Premier League club. Tottenham Hotspur are reportedly contemplating a £30m end-of-season move for Valencia midfielder Carlos Soler. The Lilywhites have gone 12 months since adding to their squad and appear unlikely to get any deals over the line in the remaining two days of the January window. Spurs were keen to bring in Adrien Rabiot from Paris Saint-Germain in a £20m deal this month, but the French midfielder is believed to have turned down the chance to discuss a transfer, preferring to instead link up with Liverpool. ESPN suggests that plans are now in place for the summer, with Spain Under-21s international Soler being regularly watched by Tottenham scouts o...

Renault team safe amid Carlos Ghosn scandal

Cyril Abiteboul has played down suggestions Renault’s F1 project could be affected by the Carlos Ghosn affair. Cyril Abiteboul has played down suggestions Renault‘s F1 project could be affected by the Carlos Ghosn affair. Ghosn, the CEO of the major car manufacturer Renault, is currently in prison in Tokyo. Asked what impact the scandal will have on the F1 team, boss Abiteboul said in Abu Dhabi: “It’s fair to say that Carlos Ghosn was instrumental in the decision to return in late 2015, but obviously it’s not just one man’s decision. “It was debated at length in executive committee, at board level, and that was the decision of the company,” he added. Abiteboul said Renault has been in F1 for decades, and is currently in the middle of a seriou...

Helmut Marko denies Max Verstappen vetoed Carlos Sainz

Dr Helmut Marko denies that Max Verstappen vetoed Red Bull’s top driver choice for 2019. By GMM F1Filed: Wednesday, August 8, 2018 at 06:07 UK Last Updated: Wednesday, August 8, 2018 at 06:07 UK Dr Helmut Marko has denied that Max Verstappen vetoed Red Bull‘s top driver choice for 2019. Red Bull is considering which driver should replace the Renault-bound Daniel Ricciardo next year. At the top of the shortlist are Carlos Sainz and Pierre Gasly, but reports have suggested Dutchman Verstappen vetoed Sainz after their time together at Toro Rosso. Red Bull official Marko told Diario Sport: “The rumours are wrong. Red Bull is the one who decides about drivers.” For his part, Sainz is not jumping the gun. “At the moment I’m still a Renault driver,” he to...

McLaren admits interest in Carlos Sainz

McLaren admits that it considers Carlos Sainz as a potential team driver for 2019. By GMM F1Filed: Sunday, July 22, 2018 at 07:33 UK Last Updated: Sunday, July 22, 2018 at 07:33 UK McLaren has admitted that it considers Carlos Sainz as a potential team driver for 2019. Fernando Alonso‘s current teammate, Stoffel Vandoorne, has been the slowest driver all weekend at Hockenheim. However, Alonso defended the Belgian. “I don’t think it should damage his reputation,” said the Spaniard. “It was the same at Silverstone – there is something wrong with his car.” Nevertheless, the Sainz rumours would that mean McLaren could line up in 2019 with an all-Spanish driver lineup. “Carlos Sainz is a great driver and we could be interested in him,” McLar...

Carlos Valderrama warns Yerry Mina against joining Everton

Colombian legend Carlos Valderrama urges defender Yerry Mina to choose Galatasaray over Everton if he leaves Barcelona this summer. By Daniel Lewis, Football League CorrespondentFiled: Tuesday, July 17, 2018 at 17:20 UK Last Updated: Tuesday, July 17, 2018 at 17:20 UK Barcelona defender Yerry Mina has been told by Colombian legend Carlos Valderrama to avoid joining “a mid-table team like Everton“. The 23-year-old is in demand following his exploits for Los Cafeteros at this summer’s World Cup, earning links with a move to Liverpool and their Merseyside rivals, as well as Leicester City and Galatasaray. Mina’s agent was forced to deny rumours of a deal being struck between Barcelona and Everton last week, with a bid in excess of £20m likely to be required to snap up ...

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