Gabriel Barbosa, also known as Gabigol, scored the Copa Libertadores 2019 in Flamenco with his goals yesterday. But the Brazilian striker is on loan there as he belongs to Inter. Nerazzurri CEO Beppe Marotta raised the price of Gabigol after yesterday's match. The source that tells us this is the Gazzetta dello Sport based in Milan.
The information tells us that both the amazing performance of Gabigol yesterday, as well as the 31 goals and 10 assists in 38 appearances have shown that the footballer has raised his shares in the football stock market.
Yesterday's final was watched by a lot of people around the world. Gabigol became more famous and his scoring ability was proven. Marotta is considering bringing him back to Milan. Inter's Ceo aims to find a team to sell the Brazilian's rights. Flamenco is on loan this year, while for 23 years Inter have demanded 22 million euros and a resale rate.
Of course, this offer is now considered very low. Marotta is waiting for proposals of 35-40 million euros for Gabigol. The Brazilian has had an amazing season in Brazil and is fully accountable for that money.
Tough but honest words from the owner of Nice and the most wealthy Briton in the world
The richest Briton in the world, Sir Jim Ratcliffe, gave an interview to the "Times", through which he described the possible purchase of Manchester United as foolish.
Although a fanatic of the "red devils" from an early age, the failures in transfer planning and the lack of general planning in the post-Ferguson era discourage Ratcliffe from such an expensive market.
"Ineos (Ratcliffe's company) never wants to be the company that throws silly money," he said in a related question about buying United, and then added:
"Right now they are in a very bad position, as they have made the wrong choices in coaches and players. They have thrown stupid money at players who look like Fred. "
"We want to know first how to win here (in Nice) and then go write a big check somewhere. Our tactic is to invest in new players, just like Southampton and Lille. United have spent a lot since Ferguson's retirement and their harvest has been shockingly poor. "
With a fortune of 20 billion pounds, Ratcliffe bought the French Nice last summer, despite rumors linking him with the purchase of shares in Chelsea owner Roman Abramovich.
English bookmakers are already accepting bets on Unai Emery
Unai Emery's future in the technical leadership of Arsenal is in doubt and the English betting agencies are already accepting bets on his replacement.
Arsenal continue their "low flights" in the Premier League and on Saturday gave a 2-2 draw to Southampton. As a result, he dropped to 7th place in the standings with 18 points after 13 games.
Normally, most curses fall on Unai Emery. The Arsenal coach has not managed to present a competitive team and is fatally responsible.
Veteran "gunners" such as Tony Adams are demanding the dismissal of Emery, the fans are breaking out on social media but the administration insists on not commenting on the slightest thing. So, it is unknown whether she will replace her coach or support him for the umpteenth time.
However, the English bookmakers have already finished Emery from Emirates. To be precise, they have given percentages for its possible substitutes.
The first favorite is Michael Arteta with 4/1 and is followed by Mauricio Pochettino with 11/2. Pochettino was fired a few days ago by Tottenham and surely a move to her great opponent would cause "noise".
Massimiliano Allegri is on the list with 6/1, but the Italian as a free agent plays for every team that is looking for a coach and then is Nuno Santos, the former assistant of Zesualdo Ferreira at Panathinaikos with 10/1.
With the same percentage next is the veteran of London Patrick Vieira and then the former teammate of Freddie Ljungberg with 12/1…