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Injuries to Harry Kane (L) and Son Heung-min (R) left Tottenham in a difficult situation
Goals are also a problem for their opponents, Christian Pulisic sidelined due to injury and Tammy Abraham failed to continue on his promising start to the campaign.
A lack of signatures in the past two transfer windows is visible to the Blues, who have not done it since the departure of Eden Hazard.
The likes of Olivier Giroud and Michy Batshuayi also offered little, but the situation is promising in midfield with Mateo Kovacic and Jorginho making an impression alongside N & # 39; Golo Kante.
In terms of options, you should say that Lampard has more at its disposal.
Who has the lead? Chelsea
Mateo Kovacic is one of the few striking artists from Chelsea so far season
Mourinho performed a small miracle by getting Spurs back in the battle with injuries for the top four after succeeding Mauricio Pochettino with the club that got away on the 14th, 11 points behind fourth place, back in November.
The Portuguese were not surprisingly criticized for his & # 39; negative & # 39; style of football, but he has done about as well as could be expected of him in the absence of star man Kane and won eight of his 14 league games.
These are the major games in which his team was undone, three of his four defeats came to United, Chelsea and Liverpool.
Lampard, on the other hand, is under increasing pressure on Stamford Bridge, with some parts of the fan base seriously asking if he is the right man for the job.
Both Mourinho ( L) as Lampard (R) are under pressure in anticipation of the last 12 games of the season
The club legend made a good start, praised for dealing with the young talent of the team while he the team led to a series of six straight league wins to leave the Blues second after 12 games.
However, his inexperience begins to show as the season progresses, a third consecutive defeat for Ole Gunnar Solskjaer who draws particular attention.
With Lampard on completely unknown territory, you should give the upper hand to Mourinho, a manager who knows exactly what is needed to get the job done in this competition.
Who has the advantage? Totteham Run-in
The Blues are almost here, but both parties certainly have a lot of tough competitions ahead.
Saturday's match starts with a run of seven league games with six teams in the race for a spot in the Champions League, Wolves, Burnley and United following.
Generally, they are reading themselves for eight games against the top 11 in their final play, while Chelsea has six.
However, the side of Lampard still has to face both Liverpool and City.
Who has the edge? Chelsea
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& # 39; I cannot change what people think & # 39 ;: Pep Guardiola insists that a two-year Champions League ban for FFP infringements does not affect the performance of Manchester City
Manchester City has been criticized for & # 39; serious breaches of FFP regulations
Pep Guardiola insists that the success of the city will not be undermined by judgment City speaks a two-year Champions League to ban at the Court of Arbitration for sport
Pep Guardiola Claimed Manchester City will not waste time worrying about public opinion after the two-year Champions League ban from UEFA.
Premier League champions have lifted five of the last six domestic trophies, but encountered sharp criticisms after & # 39; serious offenses & # 39; on the rules of Financial Fair Play.
Guardiola insisted that this does not affect the recent successes of City and that he cannot change the judgment from outside the club prior to an appeal to the Court of Arbitration for Sport.
Pep Guardiola claimed that Manchester City is not wasting time worrying about public opinion
Guardiola emphasizes that City's success will not be affected by the & # 39; serious offenses & # 39; of FFP
& # 39; I can't change what people think, & # 39; he said. & # 39; I know how hard we have worked and am so proud of what we have done in recent years. Nobody helped us from outside.
We have worked incredibly well every day, every competition. Nothing is going to change. It is not yet ready, it is not over yet, and we will see what happens. & # 39;
Guardiola, hoping to get David Silva fit for Saturday's trip to Leicester City, seemed relaxed about an interview with Raheem Sterling published in Spain
Sterling praised Real Madrid and posed for a photo with the shirts of both clubs before the European date of next week.
& # 39; The players are free to talk and say what they believe, think what they believe, & # 39; said Guardiola. & # 39; We are not here to tell them what to say. It is normal that if you do an interview with the Madrid media to talk about Madrid.
Guardiola seemed relaxed about the future of Raheem Sterling after an interview in Spain Spain
& I am absolutely sure of the commitment of our players. They have shown it for years, nothing has changed. We are going to decide what we do with the club and players. I have no doubt about the rest of the season. & # 39;
City runs into scorer Jamie Vardy at King Power Stadium and Guardiola sets the ball forward as one of the best on the continent.
& # 39; We play 40 meters in front and it's perfect for him, & # 39; Guardiola joked. & # 39; Jamie Vardy scored goals against us, but against all teams. The last third is exceptional, one of the best strikers I have ever seen with his movement. & # 39;
& # 39; No fire sale would be needed & # 39 ;: Manchester City will not be forced to sell star players if the two-year ban on the Champions League continues … and the ruling can financially benefit the club good ones
Kieran Maguire, an expert in the field of football financing, says that Manchester City continues to hold star people
FFP loss limits under UEFA amount to € 30 million over three years, compared to £ 105 million in PL
As a result, City may have more financial breathing room to sign players
Manchester City Will Not are forced to fire their top players if a two-year Champions League ban continues to exist and could even benefit financially from their time outside of Europe, according to a top football finance expert.
City, who appeals against the judgment of UEFA to the Court of Arbitration for Sport, loses tens of millions of income for every season outside the competition.
Pep Guardiola and CEO Ferran Soriano are both convinced that City will be in the Champions League again next season.
Manchester City will not be forced to do so become a fire sale of their best players if the UEFA ban is enforced
And it is claimed that working according to different rules for financially fair play in the Premier League will remove the need to sell players. "No fireplace is needed," said Kieran Maguire of the University of Liverpool
& # 39; They will benefit from not being in Europe because the FFP limits under UEFA are € 30 million losses over three years, compared to £ 105 million under the Premier League limits. & # 39;
Meanwhile, Leicester boss Brendan Rodgers has given up hope of winning the title of City 2014 after his Liverpool side finished in second place
He said: & # 39; It's real away. It doesn't change anything. It does not take away from what we did. & # 39;
Nobody can wake up the city of Bergamo from their
Champions League dream – Atalanta & # 39; s historic victory against Valencia at the San Siro will remain in the club's history forever.
4-1 victory is one of the finest stories in this season's Champions League. Their run to this point of the competition is like a fairy tale, and currently there is no sign that it will stop.
A number of stores were closed in Bergamo last night, outlets were wearing club scarves and flags, and many children did not go to school during the 31-mile trip to Milan.
Atalanta surprised Valencia in the Champions League on Wednesday and won 4- 1 in Milan
Traveled from about 40,000 supporters to the San Siro from Bergamo applaud their team
Even the mayor of the st ad Giorgio Gori, a former employee of Silvio Berluscon I in the Italian media company Mediaset, supported children who skipped their academic studies because he allowed his own son to attend the competition.
He published a photo on Instagram and said: & # 39; Edoardo [his son] will be absent from school this afternoon for historical and cultural reasons. He will help his father on a page in Bergamo's history. FOOD ON ATALANTA! & # 39;
Atalanta played their European games in the San Siro this season because the Gewiss Stadium in Bergamo is not considered suitable for UEFA games, with a capacity of only 21,300.
has skipped Bergamo Mayor Giorgio Gori a post on Instagram to explain why his son's son skipped school
The Serie A minnows have never experienced a significant run in Europe. In fact, it was not surprising that Atalanta was the first match in the Champions League knockout stages for a club that is all too used to the heartache of relegation to Serie B.
This season is Atalanta, however, certainly a candidate to match the striking run of Ajax to the semi-final of last season.
The two clubs share similarities. Both had no strong European ambitions at the start of the campaign and both coaches (Erik ten Hag and Gian Piero Gasperini) have a similar philosophy: aggression, intensity and retention of possession.
Atalanta plays in a way that encompasses everything that Gasperini stands for. The 62-year-old has transformed Josip Ilicic into a complete player, while giving striker Papu Gomez more responsibility, allowing him to flourish.
Atalanta manager Gian Piero Gasperini has already delivered a remarkable performance with his side
He also plays a 3-5-2 formation and is the only Italian coach who is successful with this formation in Europe, because he capitalizes the strengths of his players: tactical insight and impressive fitness levels.
After the last 16 draw in December, Valencia thought they could easily overcome their Italian opponents and were excited that they had avoided a European super club.
But Atalanta is now at the forefront of qualifying.
It is hard to imagine a sudden collapse in the second leg after having shown such a dominance in the San Siro. .
Atalanta ahead Papu Gomez did not score on Wednesday but was instrumental in the victory
Within all this, it should not be forgotten that while Atalanta is playing in the San Siro, both Milan parties have not reached the Champions League knockout stages.
AC Milan did not fully reach Europe's largest league this season after breaking UEFA's financial fair play rules, while Inter was eliminated in the group stage and will now play in the Europa League.
This makes the story of Atalanta all the more unique, especially in comparison with the economic value of both clubs in Milan.
Atalanta fans hold up their scarves scarves up during the 4-1 victory at the home of both clubs in Milan
The transfer policy of the club has also been a hallmark of their success. They tend to bring in new players at a low price and then make a big profit when they leave the club for new pastures.
Roberto Gagliardini in 2017 and Franck Kessie and Gianluca Mancini were sold to Inter, AC Milan and Roma last summer, respectively, and are only three of the sales that have economically enriched and strengthened the club.
But above all, it is surprising that Atalanta achieved the last-16 in the first place.
They started the group stages with three consecutive defeats, against Dinamo Zagreb, Shakhtar Donetsk and Manchester City.
Atalanta defeated Shakhtar Donetsk 3 -0 in Ukraine on match day six to qualify from their group
They were apparently destined for the bottom spot in Group C, but managed to scrape by, scoring seven points of their remaining three games enough for second place.
If they proceed to the quarterfinals, as expected now, the reward would not only be economically large, with an expected £ 5.8 million, but only a reward for a group of hard-working players all heading in the same direction .
This small club from Bergamo, after pummeling from Valencia on Wednesday, has one gigantic foot in a quarter final of the Champions League in April.
& # 39; I don't know what went through his mind to say that & # 39 ;: Lionel Messi reopens his row with Eric Abidal because he admits that Barcelona is not good enough to win the Champions League thanks to & # 39; stupid mistakes & # 39;
Lionel Messi reassured Barcelona fans that he would not leave the club
The Argentinian also commented on Eric Abidal's dismissal van Valverde
Messi admitted he attacked & # 39; felt by his former teammate and responded
The skipper of Barcelona also believes the club is not good enough to conquer Europe
Lionel Messi has again visited his argument with Eric Abidal by admitting that he responded to his former teammate's criticism of attacking & # 39; & # 39; felt.
The spectacular fallout of the pair came after the latter suggested that members of the team were responsible for Ernesto Valverde lost his job last month.
The line led to questions as to whether Messi's time at the Nou Camp was coming to an end when
Manchester City and other clubs followed his situation.
Lionel Messi has his row with Eric Abidal visited again about the dismissal last month by Ernesto Valverde
In an interview with
Messi Mundo Deportivo reassured the spirit of Barca supporters insisting that leaving the Nou Camp t occurred to him as he questioned Abidal's first remarks.
& # 39; I don't know what went through his mind to say that, & # 39; said Messi. & # 39; I responded because I felt attacked. I felt he was attacking the players.
& # 39; Too many things have been said about the dressing room, such as that we control everything, that we choose the players and [what happens to] the coaches; and [it’s said] especially about me: that I have a lot of power and decide things. & # 39;
Messi also believes that he and his teammates are far away from winning another Champions League trophy.
More to follow
The Champions League returned this week with a bang as
Borussia Dortmund Atletico Madrid ] and RB Leipzig have taken major steps towards three major upset.
PSG at home, while Erling Haaland continued his meteoric rise with clinical braces, while Liverpool was watered down by a Diego Simeone master class in the Wanda Metropolitano.
Jose Mourinho was thought through by Julian Nagelsmann because the exhausted attack by Tottenham could not shoot at home.
Erling Haaland proved the difference while Borussia Dortmund defeated PSG on Tuesday evening
While in Italy, the fairy tale campaign of Atalanta continued with a 4-1 hammering from Valencia at home.
Sportsmail look at some of the things we have learned from a fascinating midweek of European action …
Haaland surpasses Mbappe and Neymar
Can we shock you? Erling Haaland is good at football. No, he's really good.
Eight goals in the Champions League group stage for outsiders rank Red Bull Salzburg proved that this 19-year-old had more than his last name.
For a man who now scores 39 times this season, it seems vaguely ridiculous to suggest that Tuesday's brace against Paris Saint-Germain was the night the teenage sensation announced itself.
But that is the power and allure of the biggest podium in world football. Kylian Mbappe beat the goals in Ligue 1, but it wasn't until he repeated the trick in the final stages of this competition in 2017 that Europe noticed it.
Haaland presented everything about his game that has wagging its tongue, even a box-to-box sprint in just 6.64 seconds went viral. It is the variety in his game that is so impressive, he is a goalkeeper who can play the last defensive shoulder, who can also eat deeply and pass the ball.
His two strokes, one an instinctive poke in the six-yard box and the other, a piledriver out of reach, showed how hard he is to stop. On the other side of the field, Mbappe and Neymar could only stand and admire.
PSG are less than the sum of their parts in Europe
It's that time of the year again. The winter is declining, spring is coming and PSG is bursting out again in Europe.
The eternal underachievers of the Champions League are on the verge after a new defeat. They have now won only two of their last nine away games in the knockout phase.
Three years after not defending a 4-0 lead on the first leg over Barcelona, they don't seem closer to casting out those demons. Real Madrid surpassed them in 2018, while last year's loss to Manchester United was as inexplicable as it was dramatic.
PSG & # 39; s star-studded attack against a team that until now had only held zero twice looked flat and, if anything, underwhelming.
It will be a different story at home and they will go in as favorites to get the job done. But it remains astonishing that a team as full of talent and big names as PSG is so far away from the pace of Europe's heavyweights.
The return of next month can be decisive for some of these players, and especially manager Thomas Tuchel.
Neymar and Kylian Mbappe were surpassed as PSG lost again on the road in Europe
Reports of the downfall of Diego Simeone are exaggerated
The wrong opponents at the right time – there are many who made the trip from Liverpool to Atletico Madrid Viewed. A team and playing style that was Jurgen Klopp's kryptonite a few years ago was now seen as a formality.
Atleti is not the team that they were, and the message from Diego Simeone no longer penetrates. Liverpool is not only European champion, but this season by far the best team on the continent.
Tuesday night, Simeone proved that there is still enough life left in his methods and his team. It was a master class, a textbook night by Simeoneball. Scrappy early goal followed by 85 minutes of a deep, full defense strangling the lives of their opponents.
Liverpool fell and with both Sadio Mane and Mohamed Salah withdrawn in the 72nd minute, Klopp was almost
The German warned Atletico fans for the power of Anfield after the last whistle, and it will certainly be another game in the return match. But that puts an end to Simeone's genius, who has proven time and again that he is much more than a cheerleader on the sidelines.
Diego Simeone proved that he is much more than a cheerleader like Atletico Madrid Liverpool defeated
Liverpool & day's blues could cost them
They are the champions of Europe, but Liverpool is surprisingly brittle on the road in the Champions League. Tuesday night's defeat was the sixth in their last 10 away games in the league.
No one has lost on the road in this time. It says a lot for the Anfield record in Liverpool that they have managed to thrive with such a sad record, far from home. in that time.
But this is a recurring problem for Klopp, who seems to be stuck between two crutches when it comes to away matches in the Champions League.
It stretches back to the group stages of the 2018-19 season, where the Reds were defeated by Napoli, Red Star Belgrade and PSG.
Last year's masterful defeat of Bayern Munich in the Allianz Arena increasingly looks like an anomaly. At a certain stage, this series could eventually cost the Reds.
Mohamed Salah and Liverpool were in color in a sixth defeat in 10 away from home in Europe
Klopp needs Keita in midfield three
Liverpool had 73 percent of the ball in Spain, but succeeded not to create open openings against Atletico. Every replacement Klopp made seemed to make his side worse, with Divock Origi and Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain who had no form of impact.
N 90 Ke sitting on the couch was Naby Keita, the only man who could have unlocked that full defense.
Klopp entered midfield three with his first choice, who started the Champions League final last season.
But when they have to set the time and take the initiative, the combination of Jordan Henderson, Georginio Wijnaldum and Fabinho misses a lead.
Klopp started Keita at the Nou Camp last year, and certainly has no aversion to starting him in major games, so it was strange not to see him at any point on Tuesday.
With a two-point win over Anfield next month, Klopp needs the Guinea midfielder, and probably from the start.
Jurgen Klopp wants more from Fabinho and his midfielders in the return leg in Anfield
Spurs will miss Son more than Kane
Jose Mourinho said Spurs was going to fight a gun without bullets & # 39; after he was beaten home by Leipzig on Wednesday evening.
Tottenham was despicable in their home leg and seemed to play a different game in a different era than their lively opponents.
They were not helped by an injury crisis that has stripped them of Harry Kane and Son Heung-min, their two leading lights in attack.
However, it is the absence of the South Korean that hurt the most this week. Without his pace, they missed a certain x factor and were unable to really stretch Leipzig.
Giovani Lo Celso looks more and more at home, but Dele Alli struggled and his angry reaction to replacement was a window on a team that is far from happy.
It's hard to see Spurs overthrowing this in the second leg – even a hat trick from Lucas Moura may not be enough this time.
Tottenham looked toothless against RB Leipzig, despite the efforts of Giovani Lo Celso
Mourinho looked like yesterday's man against Nagelsmann
There are 25 years between Mourinho and Leipzig manager Julian Nagelsmann, and boy do it show.
Mourinho won a knockout tie in the Champions League six years ago. That drought will certainly now extend to seven.
Every time his style seems more outdated than the last, and it has never been so grim as this year against 32-year-old Nagelsmann.
He became the youngest manager ever to take the lead in the knock-out phase of this competition and he seems to stay a long way.
He immediately looked home, but Mourinho is increasingly the man of yesterday.
Jose Mourinho looked like yesterday's man while Tottenham was wrong home to beat
Atalanta is the surprise package of the season
The trip from Valencia to Atalanta did not start the pulse for many fans, but it offered further proof that the hosts are the surprise package this year.
Their debut campaign seems to take them to the quarterfinals after a booming 4-1 win over the San Siro.
The side of Gian Piero Gasperini has won admirers for their slick attacking style, and it was fully visible here.
They are probably the first chocolate of opponents in the last eight, but they cannot be underestimated.
After losing their first three group games, they have more than earned their place in this company.
Atalanta rose to a 4-1 win over Valencia while their fairy-tale season went on
REVEALED: RB Leipzig LOST a box of shirts en route to their Champions League clash with Tottenham … meaning Timo Werner was carrying another sponsor for teammates
Leipzig lost a box of matchday shirts on their way to Tottenham
It meant that Timo Werner and a select pair of shirts had to be worn with different sponsors
Werner and Christopher Nkunku wore a full-color sponsor strip for the second half
Boss Julian Nagelsmann confirmed the confusion in his post-match conference
Leipzig won the match thanks to a second half Werner penalty
RB Leipzig was the victim of lost luggage on Wednesday after they arrived in the
Tottenham Hotspur Stadium with a number of incomplete match day shirts for their Champions League collision with Spurs.
The mix left Timo Werner, Lukas Klostermann and Christopher Nkunku wearing the Leipzig absence strip with a monochrome Red Bull sponsor while their teammates had full-color branding for the game.
However, after the break, Werner and Nkunku were able to exchange shirts for don the kit with a colorful sponsor, while Klostermann saved the back and white sponsor version.
RB Leipzig lost a box of matchday shirts on the way to the face Tottenham who left Lukas Klostermann (circled on the left), Christopher Nkunku (circled in the middle) and Timo Werner (circled on the right) with different versions of the club's away match
Werner (L) puts on a monochrome sponsor shirt in the first half before going after the break switches
] Leipzig boss
Julian Nagelsmann confirmed in his press conference after the match that the club had indeed lost a box of shirts at the airport after landing in England.
Many fans noticed the discrepancy during the first 45 minutes, where Leipzig ran the hosts in the aimless first half.
The German side, however, did not give in and was awarded a penalty after a clumsy mistake by Ben Davies in the box.
Klostermann (right) held his back and white sponsored shirt for the second half at Tottenham
Forbes journalist Manuel Veth reported that Nagelsmann confirmed the mix-up after the game
Werner stepped up to change the penalty. with the famous red and yellow logo on the front of his shirt.
On Thursday it was also confirmed that the black and white shirt sponsor of Leipzig is in fact the kit registered with UEFA.
It is the Leipzig kit that has won for previous encounters in the Champions League and will be the strip they will use for future away matches in the competition.
& # 39; Don't talk too loudly, Barcelona, that's my advice & # 39 ;: Pep Guardiola hits his former club after their president supported the ban on the Champions League of Manchester City … and says they don't have to spy & # 39; & # 39; on him on social media
Manchester City was banned from UEFA contests for breaches of financial fairness for two seasons
The President of Barcelona Josep Bartomeu thanked UEFA and supported City & # 39; s spell
Pep Guardiola hit back at his former club and told them & # 39; not to talk too loud & # 39;
Bartomeu has also been charged with hiring a social media company to Guardiola as well as key figures in the club such as Lionel Messi and Gerard Pique
Pep Guardiola has hit back in his former club Barcelona after their president seemed to support Manchester City & two seasons Champions League ban by UEFA.
City were banned from all UEFA competitions after alleged violations of the rules of Financial Fair Play, but will appeal to the Arbitration Court for Sport and have confidence in the verdict to be annulled.
But in light of the decision, Barca chief Josep Bartomeu spoke out to thank UEFA for their work to ensure that clubs comply with FFP rules and said the club supported them.
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Pep Guardiola has been beaten back by Josep Bartomeu, head of Barcelona, after taking the UEFA ban from City
has supported. & # 39; I want to thank UEFA for FFP, & # 39; he said. & # 39; They have done fantastic work in recent years. We have regular research and we have supported UEFA in everything it does in football. & # 39;
But Guardiola has its former employers & # 39; Don't talk too loudly & # 39; told after Bartomeu's comments and also responded to claims that the supreme hired a social media company to smudge him and other important Barca staff to improve his own image.
& # 39; I don't know if they are spying on me, but they know me, there is no need to spy on me, & # 39; Guardiola said.
The former boss of Barcelona was not satisfied with comments about City from his former side
& # 39; If they are happy that we are suspended, I tell the President of Barcelona: & # 39; give us two objections & # 39 ;. I now ask that people trust what they have done.
Do not talk too loudly about Barcelona. That is my advice, because everyone is sometimes involved in situations.
& # 39; We are appealing and hopefully we can play Champions League against Barcelona in the future. & # 39;
Barcelona President Josep Bartomeu is forced to deny that he hires a bureau of social media experts to to smear names of various key figures in the club
Barcelona has denied allegations that Bartomeu hired the social media company I3 Ventures to smear Guardiola or anyone else.
In a statement, it said it strongly denies any relationship and, even more strongly, contracts services linked to social network accounts that have spread negative or contemptuous messages in relation to a person, entity, or organization that has a relationship has or has had with the Club & # 39 ;.
It was claimed that Barca was behind a series of negative stories on social media to erase the images of various stars and ex-players while at the same time improving the image of the president.
The city is preparing to battle against Barcelona & # 39; s LaLiga rivals Real Madrid in the Champions League last 16 next week while they want to make their UEFA crisis disappear.
Manchester United & # 39; confidence in winning race to sign Jadon Sancho & # 39; but & # 39; need Champions League qualification & # 39; to seal £ 120m deal
Manchester United are confident in winning the race to sign Jadon Sancho
The 19-year-old is 19 emerged as the most requested player of European football
Borussia Dortmund leaves the starlet on leave with a huge £ 120 million deal
United is aware that Champions League football is needed to start the move
Danny Gallagher for Mailonline
Manchester United have been to reportedly sure of winning the race to sign Borussia Dortmund sensation Jadon Sancho this summer.
The side of Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is at the head of a long list of clubs competing for the signature of Europe's most requested offensive player.
But the Red Devils know that their optimism is based on the need to secure a top four Champions League place this season, such as report
Sky Sports .
Manchester United is confident win race to sign Jadon Sancho in the summer
United is able to meet Dortmund's financial requirements for the player while having the power to win the lucrative wage offers of any rival to match.
Dortmund has already made it clear that they want the younger to leave, but it will cost £ 120 million to sign a deal.
Things are at Solskjaer & # 39; s men currently sitting at four points drifting from the top four places, and recently made serious ground with victory over rivals Chelsea over Stamford Bridge.
The Blues have also been associated with Sancho, who grew up supporting the club as a child in Kennington.
Sancho again illuminates the Bundesliga with 13 goals and 13 assists in 26 games
Frank Lampard is able to offer England the first guaranteed first-team football in England, although his work has been shortened to ensure that his side will join the Champions League elite next season. belongs.
Jurgen Klopp & # 39; s Liverpool is also among the interested parties of the Premier League and is a favorite with bookmakers to close the deal.
Sancho has 13 goals and 13 is to his name this season, after 26 Bundesliga games played
He recently played a leading role in Dortm und & # 39; s European triumph over Paris Saint Germain, in which Erling Haaland scored twice during a 2-1 comeback.