WHO Poll
Q: 2020/2021 Where will we finish up this season?
a. Top Four, Champions League here we come
b. 5th-7th Europa League is well within our grasp
c. 8th to 14th anywhere in mid table is about right
d. We're in a dog fight before a ball has been kicked and we'll do well to finish 17th or just above
e. GSB have derailed our season before a ball has been kicked, the Championship beckons

Alan 1:11 Thu Mar 25
Thursday newspapers (includes West Ham)

Liverpool are interested in re-signing Atletico Madrid's Uruguayan forward Luis Suarez, 34. (Fichajes via Four Four Two)

Atletico Madrid's Spanish forward Diego Costa, 32, will play for Benfica next season after reaching an agreement with the Portuguese club. (Mundo Deportivo - in Spanish)

Former Real Madrid president Ramon Calderon doubts the club have the funds to sign Tottenham and England striker Harry Kane, 27, this summer. (Talksport)

Real want to bring Spanish attacker Brahim Diaz, 21, back to the club following his loan spell at AC Milan. (Calciomercato - in Italian)
However, they are not interested in the return of Juventus' Portuguese forward Cristiano Ronaldo, 36. (COPE - in Spanish)

Villarreal's 24-year-old Spanish defender Pau Torres would be interested in a move to Manchester United this summer. (Manchester Evening News)

The appointment of John Murtough as football director at Manchester United was a factor in the club's former midfielder, Nicky Butt, leaving the coaching staff of the Old Trafford outfit. (Athletic - subscription required)

Liverpool midfielder Georginio Wijnaldum says he has "no news", despite reports the 30-year-old Netherlands international has agreed to join Barcelona when his Reds contract runs out in the summer. (Metro)

Arsenal and Chelsea were interested in signing Spain defender Eric Garcia but the 20-year-old has agreed to return to Barcelona when his contract with Manchester City runs out in the summer. (Star)

Tottenham could consider offers for Argentina forward Erik Lamela in the summer, with Serie A side Bologna interested in the 29-year-old, whose Spurs contract runs out in 2022. (Star)

Former Tottenham defender Alan Hutton has urged the club to sign England goalkeeper Sam Johnstone from West Brom as a replacement for Hugo Lloris. (Football Insider)

Former Arsenal striker Ian Wright says Arsenal should sign Norwegian midfielder Martin Odegaard, 22, on a permanent deal from Real Madrid this summer. (Ringer FC's Wrighty's House podcast via Metro)

Sunderland have begun talks with Wolves to sign English on-loan defender Dion Sanderson, 21, for £2m. (Daily Mail)

French forward Antoine Griezmann, 30, wants to stay and prove himself at Barcelona. (Radio Catalunya via AS)

Barcelona want to sell Griezmann and Brazilian midfielder Philippe Coutinho, 28. (El Confidencial - in Spanish)

Chelsea winger Christian Pulisic, 22, says he wants to represent the United States at this summer's rescheduled Olympic Games in Tokyo. (NBC Sports via Evening Standard)

Former Netherlands striker Marco van Basten, 56, says the offside rule should be scrapped. (Sky Sports)

Uefa is preparing to get rid of Financial Fair Play regulations to allow teams greater control over their finances. (La Gazzetta dello Sport via Mail)


Four London-based clubs eyeing summer transfer move for Watford man

Four Premier League clubs are reportedly interested in signing Watford defender Francisco Sierralta according to Envo Olivera (via Express Futbol).

Sierralta has been with Watford since 2020, and has gone on to make 22 appearances in all competitions this season, as Xisco Munoz’s side target promotion back into the Premier League at the first time of asking.

The defender originally struggled for game time with Munoz’s men this season, but has since gone on to establish himself as a regular in the starting XI for the promotion-chasing Hornets.

Watford are currently sat second in the Championship table, and are six points clear of third-placed Swansea City after a strong run of recent results in the second-tier.

The Vicarage Road faithful will be hoping that their side can hold their nerve in the race to win promotion this season, with a return to the top-flight being in Watford’s hands with eight matches remaining in this year’s campaign.

Sierralta played the full 90 minutes in Watford’s recent 3-0 win over Birmingham City, as they kept the pressure on their promotion-chasing rivals.

For now though, Sierralta will be focusing on Watford’s bid for promotion into the Premier League, as they’re set to return to action after the international break, when they take on struggling Sheffield Wednesday at Vicarage Road on Friday 2nd April.

The Verdict:

He could prove to be a solid addition for clubs in the Premier League.

Sierralta has really impressed me this season with Watford, and you have to question whether they’d be in a stronger position than they’re currently in if they had played him earlier into this year’s campaign.

He’s adjusted well to life in the Championship, and strikes me as the sort of player that is more than capable of making the step up to the Premier League.

It wouldn’t come as a surprise if he was to see if Watford win promotion this term, before making any decision on his future at Vicarage Road.

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Texas Iron 3:56 Thu Mar 25
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ted fenton 1:54 Thu Mar 25
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Thanks Alan 1:22 Thu Mar 25

blueeyed.handsomeman 1:47 Thu Mar 25
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THankyou Alan

Thanks Alan 1:22 Thu Mar 25
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bill green 1:17 Thu Mar 25

Thanks Alan 1:22 Thu Mar 25
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bill green 1:17 Thu Mar 25

bill green 1:17 Thu Mar 25
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Thanks Alan

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