13/06/2023 Football

13/06/2023 Football – No major games being played. Check back tomorrow to see if there are any football fixtures taking place.

13/06/2023 Football – Other Football


1:45am UK TUE / 8:45pm ET MON
ARGENTINE PRIMERA DIVISION – Instituto Cordoba v Racing
USA – Paramount+

1:45am UK TUE / 8:45pm ET MON
ARGENTINE PRIMERA DIVISION – Velez Sarsfield v Argentinos Juniors
USA – Paramount+

1:00pm UK / 8:00am ET
TOULON TOURNAMENT – Japan v Ivory Coast
Malaysia – Astro Supersport 3

4:30pm UK / 11:30am ET
TOULON TOURNAMENT – Panama v Morocco
Malaysia – Astro Supersport 3

10:00pm UK / 5:00pm ET
UK – OneFootball
USA – Paramount+

10:00pm UK / 5:00pm ET
ARGENTINE PRIMERA DIVISION – Defensa y Justicia v Belgrano
USA – Paramount+

13/06/2023 Football Gossip & News

  • Arsenal is on the verge of finalizing a £100m deal for Declan Rice, the 24-year-old England midfielder from West Ham.
  • Pep Guardiola, the Manchester City manager, has plans to depart from the club when his contract ends in 2025.
  • RB Leipzig is expected to demand a minimum of £75m to sell Josko Gvardiol, the 21-year-old Croatia defender, to Manchester City.
  • Manchester City has turned down an offer from Paris St-Germain to include Marco Verratti and Gianluigi Donnarumma in a deal to sign Bernardo Silva.
  • Arsenal is concerned that Chelsea might outbid them for Brighton midfielder Moises Caicedo by offering the Ecuador international a higher salary.
  • Chelsea has identified Cameroon international Andre Onana as their primary target for a new keeper, with Inter Milan demanding at least £50m for the 27-year-old.
  • Manchester United is in ongoing negotiations with Chelsea over England midfielder Mason Mount, but the valuation gap for the 24-year-old remains.
  • Manchester United is unlikely to bid for Tottenham striker Harry Kane, as Spurs are not interested in selling the England captain, particularly to another Premier League team.
  • Tottenham plans to negotiate with Brentford over a fee for Spain keeper David Raya, but both Tottenham and Manchester United are hesitant to meet the £40m asking price.
  • Wilfried Zaha, Crystal Palace winger, is likely to reject a £30m-per-year offer from Saudi Arabian side Al-Nassr, with Paris St-Germain and Marseille showing interest in the Ivory Coast forward.
  • Newcastle United is planning to bid for Wolfsburg’s German midfielder Felix Nmecha, who is expected to cost around £15m, and is also considering Nice and France midfielder Khephren Thuram.
  • Frenkie de Jong, the Dutch midfielder who was a target for Manchester United last year, anticipates playing for Barcelona next season and is expected to be a crucial part of manager Xavi’s plans.
  • Aston Villa is interested in hiring Sevilla sporting director Monchi, who has previously worked with manager Unai Emery.
  • Chelsea is planning to sell up to 10 players during the summer transfer window.
  • Christian Eriksen could assist Manchester United in their pursuit of Atalanta and Denmark forward Rasmus Hojlund.
  • Ansu Fati, the Barcelona and Spain forward, is in disagreement with his agent Jorge Mendes and is not interested in leaving Barcelona for Wolves in a swap deal with Portugal midfielder Ruben Neves.

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