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05/07/2023 Football

05/07/2023 Football – There are a few games being played today. In the Under-21 Championship, England takes on Israel and Spain plays Ukraine.

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05/07/2023 Football – Under-21 Championship – Israel v England

Despite their impressive performance in the tournament so far, England Under-21 manager Lee Carsley is cautious about labeling his team as the “favorites” in the upcoming Euro Under-21 Championship semi-final against Israel, scheduled to take place in Georgia this Wednesday. The Young Lions, who have managed to keep their net untouched throughout the tournament, are aiming to reach the competition’s final for the first time since 2009. They have already demonstrated their prowess by defeating Israel in the group stage.

Carsley has emphasised to his team the importance of expressing themselves on the field. He commends their mature approach to each game and challenge, and stresses the importance of focusing on the task at hand rather than getting too caught up in anticipation. He recalls his own experiences as a player, warning against the mental exhaustion that can come from overthinking a game before it has even begun.

The semi-final will be held at the Batumi Arena, with the victors set to face either Spain or Ukraine in the final. Carsley believes that the excitement should be reserved for the day of the game, and he is not underestimating Israel, despite England’s previous victory over them.

Unfortunately, England will have to make do without Aston Villa’s Jacob Ramsey, who has been forced to pull out due to an ankle injury sustained in the quarter-final victory over Portugal. Additionally, West Ham’s Ben Johnson and Norwich’s Max Aarons will be absent due to suspensions.

Carsley has a wealth of talent to choose from, with many of his squad members regularly featuring in the Premier League and some having already secured high-value transfer deals. He cites the examples of Morgan Gibbs-White’s £42.5m move to Nottingham Forest from Wolves, Anthony Gordon’s £45m transfer from Everton to Newcastle, and James Trafford’s imminent £15m move from Manchester City to Burnley. He believes that these high price tags are now the norm for young players, and praises his squad for handling the pressure with grace and humility.

Aarons, who is rumored to be on the verge of a lucrative move away from Norwich, agrees that the price tags become irrelevant once the players are on the pitch. He is not surprised by the high transfer fees given the talent within the group, but emphasizes that in a semi-final, the playing field is leveled and performance on the night is what truly matters.

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05/07/2023 Football Gossip & News

  • Manchester City is open to offers between £45m and £50m for Portuguese winger Bernardo Silva, aged 28.
  • Andre Onana, a 27-year-old goalkeeper, has declined interest from Saudi Arabia to pursue a move to Manchester United.
  • Newcastle United has shown interest in Marc Guehi, a 22-year-old England defender. However, Crystal Palace is asking for a fee of about £60m.
  • Thiago Alcantara, a 32-year-old Spain midfielder from Liverpool, is attracting interest from foreign clubs, including those in Saudi Arabia.
  • Arsenal is close to finalizing a £105m deal to sign England midfielder Declan Rice, aged 24. The fee is expected to be paid to West Ham over three installments.
  • Arsenal has also held talks with RB Leipzig about German midfielder Benjamin Henrichs, aged 26, as a potential replacement for Granit Xhaka.
  • Arsenal, Manchester City, Manchester United, and Tottenham have shown interest in Red Bull Salzburg’s Israel midfielder Oscar Gloukh, aged 19.
  • Brighton’s Spain goalkeeper Robert Sanchez, aged 25, is being considered as a potential target for Manchester United.
  • Barcelona has agreed to sign Vitor Roque from Athletico Paranaense but must first reduce their wage bill. The 18-year-old Brazil forward may join the team this summer, in January, or next summer.
  • Paris St-Germain and Christophe Galtier have agreed to part ways. Luis Enrique will be introduced as the team’s new manager on Wednesday.
  • Brighton has renewed their interest in Ajax’s Nigeria centre-back Calvin Bassey, aged 23, as a possible alternative to Chelsea’s English defender Levi Colwill.
  • England winger Callum Hudson-Odoi, aged 22, has decided to leave Chelsea this summer, with AC Milan joining the race to sign him.
  • Arsenal is open to selling Folarin Balogun this summer and have set a valuation of £50m for the USA striker, aged 22.
  • Manchester United has been offered the chance to compete with Atletico Madrid for Fiorentina’s Morocco midfielder Sofyan Amrabat, aged 26.
  • Newcastle’s French winger Allan Saint-Maximin, aged 26, has been targeted by the Saudi Pro League.
  • Aaron Ramsey has held talks with Cardiff about returning to his boyhood club after being released by French club Nice. The Wales midfielder is 32 years old.
  • Former Spain midfielder Andres Iniesta, aged 39, has received offers from Inter Miami and Saudi Arabia after leaving Vissel Kobe.
  • Barcelona has won the race to sign Brazilian striker Vitor Roque, aged 18, from Athletico Paranaense.


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