Zlatan Ibrahimovic's reported move to AC Milan is off

Zlatan Ibrahimovic’s reported move to AC Milan is off

Our buddies at Football Whispers are here to round up the information from Europe’s sports webpages on Monday, December 10.

Italy

Zlatan Ibrahimovic’s transfer to AC Milan is off. There had been rumours that the Swede would move to the Serie A side on loan from LA Galaxy until the season’s end. Negotiations had been ongoing, however, the club’s sporting director has said that the move will not happen. (Sky Italy)

Cristiano Ronaldo has given interviews. Among subjects discussed are the way he’s adapted to Juventus along with also a telephone for Lionel Messi to take on the challenge of Serie A.”I would like him to return to Italy one day,” the Portuguese forward said. “I expect he takes the challenge like me, but if he is happy there then I respect that.” (La Gazzetta dello Sport)

Matteo Darmian misses house in Italy. The Manchester United full-back has said that he’s proud to be a United player, however, misses Serie A. His lack of playing time at Old Trafford has sparked rumours of a return to his homeland, reportedly which makes him an Inter Milan, Napoli, Roma and Juventus transfer goal. (La Gazzetta dello Sport)

Matteo Darmian admits he is missing his homeland

Matteo Darmian admits He’s missing his homeland

Roma are lining up replacement alternatives for director Eusebio Di Francesco. If benefits doesn’t improve, Laurent Blanc and paulo Sousa are in the framework\. Roma threw away a 2-0 lead at the weekend against Cagliari and also are eighth in the league. (Corriere dello Sport)

Spain

Atletico Madrid are interested in Celta Vigo ahead Maxi Gomez. The 22-year-old notched four assists this year and has scored eight. He reportedly has a release clause, and Atletico can make a movement in the summertime. (Marca)

Real Madrid might have used the next leg of the Copa Libertadores final to maintain some transport meetings. The team are interested in the 20-year-old midfielder Exequiel Palacios of River Plate. (ABC)

Real Madrid’s Marcos Llorente will decide his future in Christmas. Before stepping into an injured Casemiro’s shoes, the 23-year-old had played only 11 minutes of football this season\. Before deciding his future he will talk. (Marca)

Germany

Later acknowledging his period since German men’s national team supervisor is drawing to a finish, joachim Low has theorized he is considering handling Real Madrid. “I would prefer to not remain in Germany,” he said,”I think that my future is more likely to overseas. Real Madrid? They are an intriguing club for any coach.” (ZDF)

Joachim Low has hinted he is interested in managing Real Madrid

Joachim Low has theorized that he is considering managing Real Madrid

Bayern Munich can make a few moves in the winter transfer window, based on athletic manager Hasan Salihamidzic. “We are working on some things and will attempt to do something,” he said. (Sport Bild)

France

Matteo Guendouzi had attention from Paris but turned them down for Arsenal. It is the next time after having come through their childhood system that the club has turned down. He opted to proceed as he thought he would get a better probability of creating the first-team there if he was 15, to Lorient. (Canal+)

Property Tanguy Ndombele has talked from PSG, rivals of current team Lyon. “The club don’t want me to leave, and that I don’t feel like leaving,” the 21-year-old central midfielder mentioned, before afterwards adding”but I don’t close the door on anybody.” (Canal+)