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15/05/2023 Football

15/05/2023 Football – A few games are being played today. In the Premier League, Leicester takes on Liverpool at 20:00 on Sky Sports Premier League.

15/05/2023 Football
15/05/2023 Football - Premier League
15/05/2023 Football - Premier League

15/05/2023 Football – Premier League – Leicester v Liverpool

The Leicester City duo, James Justin and Jannik Vestergaard, are noticeably missing from the lineup, and the status of Ryan Bertrand remains uncertain.

Meanwhile, Kelechi Iheanacho, another Leicester City star, has been side-lined due to injury, with his return not expected until the upcoming season.

On the other side, Liverpool will be facing their own share of hurdles as they prepare to journey to Leicester. They will be doing so without a quartet of their key players: Calvin Ramsey, Stefan Bajcetic, Naby Keita, and Roberto Firmino, all of whom are not available due to various reasons.

Adding to the list of Liverpool’s injury woes, their midfield maestro, Thiago Alcantara, has recently undergone a hip surgery. Unfortunately, the recovery process is expected to keep him off the field for the rest of the season. This string of injuries and absences is undoubtedly a test for both teams as they navigate through the rest of the season.


15/05/2023 Football -La Liga
15/05/2023 Football -La Liga

15/05/2023 Football – Other Games


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ARGENTINE PRIMERA DIVISION – Barracas v Central Cordoba
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7:30pm UK / 2:30pm ET
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7:45pm UK / 2:45pm ET
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8:00pm UK / 3:00pm ET
IRISH PREMIER DIVISION – Shamrock Rovers v St Patrick’s
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10:00pm UK / 5:00pm ET
UK – OneFootball
USA – Paramount+

15/05/2023 Football Gossip & News

Manchester United appear to have reignited their pursuit of French midfield maestro Adrien Rabiot, whose stint at Juventus is nearing its conclusion, according to reports from L’Equipe.

Meanwhile, over at Real Madrid, the club’s interest in Paris St-Germain’s exceptional French forward, Kylian Mbappe, persists. However, the Spanish giants are reportedly unwilling to fork out a transfer fee for the 24-year-old, according to Marca.

In the managerial scene, Mauricio Pochettino is reported to be on the brink of sealing a three-year contract to take over the reins at Chelsea, as per the Telegraph. However, his imminent arrival at Stamford Bridge might not be in time to salvage the contract talks with English midfield talent, Mason Mount, suggests the Sun.

Brighton’s boss, Roberto de Zerbi, is bracing for the potential summer departures of their midfield talents Moises Caicedo from Ecuador and Argentine Alexis Mac Allister, as per the Metro.

Elsewhere, Dutch forward Wout Weghorst is set to engage in discussions with Burnley’s manager Vincent Kompany once his loan term at Manchester United concludes, according to the Sun.

Crystal Palace, on their part, are reportedly eyeing a summer move for Lyon’s French forward Moussa Dembele, as per Football Insider. Meanwhile, Manchester United are said to be joining Arsenal in the chase for RB Leipzig’s young French defender, Mohamed Simakan, as per Fichajes.

AC Milan are reported to be eager to extend the stay of Real Madrid’s loaned Spanish midfielder, Brahim Diaz, for the next season, according to Calciomercato.

In other Chelsea news, Thiago Silva’s intention to continue playing for the Blues next season has been confirmed by his wife, Belle, as reported by the Evening Standard.

Paris St-Germain are reportedly looking to make their loan deal for French forward Hugo Ekitike permanent. However, the youngster also has caught the attention of Eintracht Frankfurt, according to L’Equipe.

Spanish prodigy Gavi has dismissed rumours linking him with a Premier League move, maintaining that Barcelona remains his dream club, as per Barca TV via Fabrizio Romano.

Lastly, Real Madrid is reportedly keen on adding Nigerian striker Victor Osimhen from Napoli to their attacking lineup, according to Fichajes.

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