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    THERE'S no better feeling than hearing your favourite football team has bolstered their squad in January - but can they represent two different teams in Europe? Previously, three new players could be added to the squad between the groups and knock-out stages as long as they had not played in the competition for another club. 2Philippe Coutinho signed for Barcelona during the January transfer window in 2018Credit: Reuters And this rule affected Philippe Coutinho when he made his mega £142million switch from Liverpool to Barcelona as the Brazilian had already represented the Reds in the Champions League that season. Clubs playing in Europe must still stick to the 25-man limit on 'List A' - players born before January 1, 1998 - and meet the quota of eight 'locally-trained players'. However, there has been a slight tweak in what competitions January signings can be involved in. Can January signings still play in the Champions League and Europa League? Since the 2018/19 season, UEFA confirmed that it no longer matters whether players have played in the same competition for another club, even...
    PEP GUARDIOLA can go on a £100million shopping spree in January if anyone catches his eye at the Qatar World Cup. Manchester City chiefs insist there will be no late arrivals before the transfer window closes on Thursday. 1Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola will be given £100million to spend in JanuaryCredit: Reuters That is despite their £104m summer outlay being one of their lowest in recent years. But the Etihad boss has been reassured major funds will be available if he wants reinforcements in the next window. City have brought in Erling Haaland, Kalvin Phillips, Sergio Gomez and Julian Alvarez over the past couple of months. But they have banked close to £250m in sales since January after a string of departures, including Raheem Sterling, Gabriel Jesus and Oleks Zinchenko. READ MORE IN FOOTBALLTransfer news Cristiano Ronaldo in SHOCK Napoli twist, Newcastle CONFIRM Isak signing Pep now has a core group of just 18 senior players. And although he has called on academy whizkids like Cole Palmer and Rico Lewis, the Spaniard could be left light if this season’s squeezed...
    ENGLISH clubs dominated the recent January transfer window as spending headed back to pre-pandemic levels, according to Fifa. Global spending topped £760MILLION - up from £440m just a year ago. 3Luis Diaz moved from Porto to Liverpool in a deal worth up to £50millionCredit: Getty 3Julian Alvarez will move to Manchester City at the end of the seasonCredit: Getty 3Julian Alvarez became a club-record signing for NewcastleCredit: PA And English clubs forked out a whopping £258m of that, representing more than a THIRD of total transfer fees paid. Liverpool splashed £33m on Porto’s Luis Diaz in a deal that could rise to £50m depending on performance. Manchester City added Argentina striker Julian Alvarez from River Plate after triggering his £17m release clause. And mega-rich Newcastle spent big on the likes of Bruno Guimaraes, who joined in a club-record £43m deal. The £258m outlay by English clubs is almost three-and-a-half times more than every other club outside Europe COMBINED. Non-European teams coughed up just £74m for new players in the January window. Most read in SportBRADY DUGOUT Tom Brady's new mansion...
    PREM clubs effectively declared an end to the Covid cash crisis as they went on a January spending spree. Transfers by the 20 top-flight teams added up to £274m over the month, according to figures compiled by Deloitte, the second highest January figure on record. 3 3Luis Diaz signed for Liverpool in a £37million deal from PortoCredit: EPA 3Kieran Trippier was part of Newcastle's £85million transfer spreeCredit: Getty And that was almost as much as the other four of the Big Five leagues COMBINED. Newcastle’s £85m splurge to bring in Kieran Trippier, Chris Wood and Brazilian Bruno Guimaraes led the way as the Toon began to utilise their new Saudi war chest. It helped take the Prem spend to the figure only exceeded by the £430m outlay in the 2018 window, which featured Virgil van Dijk’s move to Liverpool, Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang’s arrival at Arsenal and Lucas Moura’s capture by Spurs. By contrast, top tier clubs in Germany, Italy, Spain and France splashed out £315m between them, meaning the Prem spend added up to 48 per cent of the total across...
    (CNN)If 2021's unprecedented summer transfer window was a billion-dollar Hollywood blockbuster, then this January window had all the hallmarks of classic spy thriller, characterized by suspense and cunning.For Premier League club Tottenham Hotspur this January window arguably bore a painful similarity to the 2013 one. Then Spurs were set to sign Willian from Russian club Anzhi -- the Brazilian winger all but confirmed having completed a medical -- before arch rivals Chelsea swept in at the 11th hour to hijack the deal.The Brazilian's subsequent glittering trophy haul with the Blues only rubbed further salt into the wounds in north London, and yet nine years on, Spurs have seemingly unwillingly starred in a sequel -- once again involving a south American winger.Earlier in January, Porto's Colombian wide man Luis Diaz was widely reported to be heading to Spurs, with manager Antonio Conte keen to bolster a forward line sorely in need of greater depth.A direct and dynamic attacker, the 25-year-old had been in scintillating form in the Portuguese Primiera Liga team this season -- scoring 14 and assisting five -- the...
    MANCHESTER UNITED boss Ralf Rangnick is set to axe Paul Pogba, Edinson Cavani and Anthony Martial in January, according to reports. It comes after suggestions the trio are 'killing the mood' in the Old Trafford dressing room. 3Anthony Martial is one of three Man Utd players said to be at risk of being forced out by Ralf Rangnick this month, according to reportsCredit: Getty 3Edinson Cavani is another who is said to be 'killing the mood' in the dressing roomCredit: Getty 3Paul Pogba is also said to be at riskCredit: Getty Anthony Martial has already told Rangnick he wants to quit. Pogba is out of contract in the summer and Bild report the duo, along with Cavani, have too much influence in the dressing room in Rangnick's eyes. As a result, the German will reportedly try to move them on this month. Martial could be heading for Spain with a potential loan to Sevilla being hammered out. Pogba has been out with a hamstring injury but is still said to have been impacting squad members. And the three are not...
    LEEDS are favourites to sign Liverpool forward Divock Origi, according to Betfair. The bookmakers have priced Marcelo Bielsa’s side at 7/4 to complete a permanent transfer or loan deal for Origi before February 2. GETTY 2 Leeds are favourites to sign Liverpool forward Divock Origi BETFAIR BET £10 GET £50 IN FREE ACCAS* Southampton are also in the running at 4/1 with Wolves next at 6/1 and Crystal Palace the outsiders at 8/1. The Belgian international has plummeted down the pecking order at Anfield after the arrival of Diogo Jota. He’s made one Premier League appearance this season – replacing Sadio Mane in the 89th minute of a 3-0 victory over Leicester. And with so few first-team opportunities, Origi is being backed to leave Merseyside in search of regular action. A loan looks the most likely scenario with Origi having signed a new five-year contract with Liverpool in July 2019 Divock Origi next club odds – Betfair Leeds – 7/4 Southampton – 4/1 Wolves – 6/1 Crystal Palace – 8/1 Betfair – New customers bet £10 and get...
    08/19/2021 Act. At 11:47 CEST Although we are immersed in the transfer market for the 2021-2022 season; FIFA already knows the transfer window that the clubs will have next summer 2022; that precedes the 2022-2023 season that will be marked by the dispute of the world in December of that year. Market that, as the SPORT newspaper has learned, will last 9 weeks. Even being an atypical year for the World Cup event; the dates will be the same as the current one. Namely It will start on Friday, July 1, once the 2021-22 season officially ends, and will conclude on Wednesday, August 31. There are practically nine weeks where professional soccer teams will be able to sign players. This is the proposal that the RFEF, in agreement with LaLiga, transferred to FIFA That requires it to communicate about the chosen transfer periods for 2022. It is also within the maximum of 12 weeks that the highest body of world football authorizes for the transfer window. Winter market from Monday, January 3, 2022...
    Olivia Newton-John & Daughter Chloe Lattanzi to Release “Window in the Wall” – an Anthem to Unify & Heal – on Greenhill Records Friday, January 22, 2021 LAS VEGAS, Jan. 22, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – Four-time Grammy Award-winner Olivia Newton-John and her daughter, singer / songwriter Chloe Lattanzi will release their new duet, “Window in the Wall,” an anthem aimed to unify and heal during these unprecedented times in the world, on Green Hill Productions a subsidiary of Primary Wave, Friday, January 22, 2021. “I’ve always enjoyed singing duets more than singing on my own and when I first heard this song, I knew immediately that I wanted to sing it with my daughter Chloe,” says Newton-John. “The lyrics and melody really resonated with me and I hoped Chloe would feel the same way – and luckily she did!” Produced by six-time Grammy Award-winner Dave Cobb, “Window in the Wall” is not the first time this mother / daughter team has hit the recording studio. Their debut single, “You Have to Believe,” a remake of Newton-John’s # 1 single “Magic”...
    ♈ ARIES March 21 to April 20 With home life heating up, prepare for some full and frank discussions . . . started by you! If a family or couple have been less than totally honest, this can change. Your passion powers are boosted by Venus’ subtle matchmaking and you have already secretly wowed your fate mate. ♉ TAURUS April 21 to May 21 Yes, you love to be organised but your Uranus-led sign is ready to break a few of your own rules. In love, try not to plan and instead let passion lead you where it feels right. And rather than worrying about work, expect it to go well if, deep down, you know you have done all you can. ♊ GEMINI May 22 to June 21 Maybe too many voices have been telling you too many things. Try to step back and create some quiet solo space. The moon will help thoughts flow more freely and positively as a secret well of talent opens up for you. If you are already in love, answering questions together draws you closer. ♋...
    The 2021 Golden Globes will now accept nominations for films made between January 1, 2020 and February 28, 2021. The Hollywood Foreign Press Association (HFPA), which puts on the award show, announced the change on Monday. The awards typically only consider movies made from January 1 to December 31, but the expanded eligibility window puts the ceremony in line with the Academy Awards. More time: The Hollywood Foreign Press Association (HFPA) announced Monday that the eligibility window for the 2021 Golden Globes will be pushed back to match the Oscars Though filmmakers will now have a greater window to have their movie nominated,  the eligibility window for television remains unchanged, with the nominations cutting off at the end of 2020. The ceremony was previously moved back to February 28, after the Oscars led the way by moving back all the way to April 25 from its usual February spot. RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Tina Fey reveals how the 30 Rock special came about while... 30 Rock reunion trailer shows Liz Lemon hasn't...
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