Barcelona & # 39; close to the signature & # 39; of Valencia defends Hugo Guillamon on a free after following the Spanish youth international for some time
- 20-year-old center-back sees his Valencia contract expire in the summer
- Barcelona & # 39; is close to signing & # 39; the Spanish youth international for a free transfer
- He is a double European champion at youth level for Spanish national side
Guillamon made his first team debut for Valencia in LaLiga on Saturday
The 20-year-old whose contract with the Mestalla expires this summer has been followed by Barcelona for some
And according to Spanish newspaper Sport the Nou Camp club believes that the European champion at the level of under 17 and under 19 has the attributes to break into their first team.
Guillamon made his senior Valencia debut against Real Sociedad on the weekend that was regularly seen by their second team.
He will probably start with the Barcelona B team to bring him to the first team photo in the near future, with a long-term contract offered.
Guillamon was part of the Spanish team that won the European Championship under 17 in 2017 and beat England on penalties in the final.
And he also helped Spain win last year's European Under-19 Championship with a 2-0 win over Portugal in the final.
& # 39; I don't think it's about happiness … there are many positive things & # 39 ;: Captain Hugo Lloris of Tottenham insists that the shape of the club is not a coincidence
- Tottenham only lost twice in 2020 and has four victories in their last five
- Goalkeeper Hugo Lloris thinks their good form failed
- Spurs defeated Aston Villa 3-2 on Sunday with a late winner from Son-Heung Min
Hugo Lloris has rejected suggestions Tottenham & # 39; s recent form is a fluke.
Son Heung-min's last minute goal achieved an exciting 3-2 win at Aston Villa in the Premier League on Sunday.
A third consecutive victory saw Jose Mourinho climb to the fifth – a position that could give them a place in the Champions League after the European ban of Manchester City before violating the financial stock exchange Game rules.
Spurs defeated City 2-0 earlier this month, with Lloris saving Ilkay Gundogan's penalty kick and the visitors missing a series of chances, while Son & # 39; s 50th Premier League goal that Villa refused came after a defensive error.
I don't think it's about luck, & # 39; goalkeeper Lloris told the Evening Standard. & # 39; If you watched some games earlier this season, we were very unlucky. We know we can do much better.
& # 39; Especially in this period of the season, only the points are important. We had a difficult game. We have to give Villa a lot of honor, but we never gave up. We had expected a tough game, it was a big fight that was played in difficult circumstances with a lot of wind.
& # 39; There are many positive things, we still have to correct the negative, but we have to be happy with the result.
& # 39; We could have managed the ball better, especially in the first half. We have given away too much property, but away from home it is never easy.
& They are playing for their safety, so we knew they would start with a lot of energy. We did not admit a goal at the best moment, but then we remained strong. & # 39;
Toby Alderweireld & # 39; s own goal gave Villa the lead, but the defender – whose partner had a son on Saturday – came in the first half.
Son & first attack, following up after Pepe Reina had saved his penalty, brought Spurs 2-1 to the break, but Bjorn Engels's header made it 2-2.
Reina frustrated Tottenham with a series of rescues in the second half before being beaten by Son after Engels missed a routine clearance.
& Let's take the courage of the performance we put on the field & # 39 ;, Reina told the official site from the club, with Villa a point above the drop zone.
It happens, we all make mistakes. Engs has played a brilliant game, but unfortunately it happens.
& # 39; We must cheer him up because he has been fantastic.
& # 39; During the training of the last week or 10 days after the winter break, the team did very, very well.
& # 39; I think the team has done a great job. We always believe in the three points and that is the only way to maintain Villa. We believe in that. & # 39;
Tottenham 2-0 Manchester City PLAYER REVIEWS: Jose Mourinho must be happy Hugo Lloris is fit again, while Ilkay Gundogan had a miserable afternoon after penalty miss
Bergwijn, for £ 25 million signatories of PSV Eindhoven this week, immediately made an impression when he opened the score in great style, with Son Heung-min the most impressive three points of the Mourinho government in the north of London picked up so far.
Sportsmail & # 39; s SAMI MOKBEL was at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium to judge the performance of both sets of players.
Hugo Lloris – the hero of Tottenham on a euphoric. Mourinho must be happy that his captain is fit again. 8.5
Serge Aurier – combative view from the right and occasionally offered some thrust to assist the attacking third. 7
Toby Alderweireld – Need for eyes on the back of his head to thwart City's attack in the first half. Tower of strength for Spurs. Booked. 7.5
Davinson Sanchez – Careless passing costs tracks several times but can be happy with his overall contribution. 7
Japhet Tanganga – Oriented by the city as a weak link, but was high when Mahrez tried to take advantage of his inexperience. 7.5
Giovani Lo Celso – now seems to be the first choice in the central midfield of Mourinho. An adult version. Booked. 7.5
Harry Winks – Things kept ticking routinely. His discipline was a key factor when Spurs became victorious. 7.5
Heung-min Son – seemed to unlock the most likely city and was rewarded with its crucial deflected second. 7.5
Dele Alli – Well recovered after Sterling's reckless challenge on his ankle. Remain courage to continue. 6.5
Steven Bergwijn – Returned in panic to dispositions Walker who immediately made himself an idol. What happened next … well! 8
Lucas Moura – Cut a frustrated figure who leads Tottenham's attack, but worked tirelessly and ended up with an assist. 7
Subs: Lamela 6.5 (for Alli 69); Ndombele 7 (Mountain wine 69); Animal (Moura 84)
Subs not used: Gazzaniga, Vertonghen, Sessegnon, Fernandes.
Jose Mourinho – A trademark Mourinho master class. But his team seemed destined to beat before Zinchenko left. 7.5
MAN CITY (4-3-2-1)
Ederson – A virtual spectator until Tottenham fully benefited from their numerical advantage. 6.5
Kyle Walker – Spend most of the game facilitating City in attack, but had to be aware of the threat from Bergwijn. Booked. 6.5
Nicolas Otamendi – Strolled through this game with a cigar before Spurs raised the ante. 6
Fernandinho – Even in defeat the ever-green Brazilian made an impression. It looks like he's been a center for 20 years. 7.5
Oleksandr Zinchenko – rightly sent for a second yellow card. His resignation changed the game. 5.5
Kevin De Bruyne – The brilliant Belgian was unusually quiet, despite his team dominating large parts. 6.5
Rodri – Patroled effectively in the area for his defense until Tottenham got their lifeline. Booked. 7
Ilkay Gundogan – Miserable afternoon for the German who missed the controversial first half of the city sentence. 5.5
Riyad Mahrez – Had enough options to play a decisive pass, but his last ball turned out to be missing. 6
Raheem Sterling – In the middle of the action. Could have seen red for an early challenge on Alli before raging Spurs with a failed penalty claim. Booked. 6.5
Sergio Aguero – A disappointing afternoon. Wasted three excellent chances before he was replaced. 5.5
Subs: Cancelo 6 (Aguero 64); Jesus (Mahrez 72); Bernardo Silva (Sterling 84);
Subs not used: Bravo, David Silva, Foden, Garcia.
Pep Guardiola – His team were pummeling Tottenham to the red card of Zinchenko. City was punished for not completing Spurs off. 6.5
Referee: Mike Dean – VAR saved him for the clear first half of City penalty – but received Zinchenko & # 39; s red card spot. 6.5
& # 39; The atmosphere is great … everyone is happy & # 39 ;: Hugo Lloris and Son Heung-min DENY claims that Spurs stars are shocked by the tactics and training sessions of Jose Mourinho because France is # 1 on it state that they are fighting & # 39; for their boss
& # 39; He needs a mission that is missing – a trophy & # 39 ;: Hugo Lloris reveals that Jose Mourinho is desperate to bring silverware to Tottenham Hotspur
- Tottenham goalkeeper Hugo Lloris has been out of action with an elbow injury
- Since his injury, Spurs have been fired by Mauricio Pochettino for Jose Mourinho
- Lloris says his team colleagues work with one of the greatest coaches
- The French stop says Mourinho is desperate to win trophies with the club
Hugo Lloris spoke about his hope for an impending back to first team action at Tottenham – and his thoughts about management change at the club.
And during his recovery, Spurs plundered Mauricio Pochettino and brought in Jose Mourinho
& # 39; It's not fun to to see someone you love leaving, & # 39; said club captain L Loris of Pochettino.
& # 39; But you also know that it is part of football. But it's not up to the players to say anything about it. You must immediately be employed by the new coach. & # 39;
And that coach is serial winner Mourinho – the man who after many infertile years was brought to Spurs with silverware.
Lloris only knew Mourinho casually before the Portuguese came to the club.
& # 39; We crossed the field during the Premier League games, but this is the first time I have spoken to him in depth. & # 39;
Lloris – in an interview with the French newspaper L & # 39; Equipe – does not doubt what Mourinho can bring to the team.
"It is an opportunity for the players to work daily with one of the greatest coaches of the past 20 years.
" He has won everywhere. He needs a mission for the only thing missing: a trophy. & # 39;
Lloris acknowledged that, under Pochettino, Spurs were easy to see. However, silverware is harder to find.
& # 39; We have played well, but we have shown nothing for our efforts. & # 39;
Now the 33-year-old World Cup with France in 2018 plans to be part of that mission … sooner rather than later.
The injury in Brighton was the worst that Lloris has experienced during his career, but his rehabilitation is going well.
] & # 39; I am on the pitch with the other keepers, & # 39; he revealed. "I started with a specific training and it feels good.
" I train normally and can dive the same way on both sides. I have to work on my upper body strength for 30-45 minutes every day. & # 39;
A long absence has given Lloris time to think and make sure he – physically and mentally – will be in top condition when he returns.
& # 39; I have had time to prepare well in both my body and my head. I worked on movement, at a distance, on hitting the ball.
& # 39; But it is necessary if I am 100 percent when I return.
& # 39; I used the time to regenerate – and also to spend time with my family. That refreshed me. & # 39;
Lloris only wears elbow protection to cover the scar on his left elbow that was damaged during a fall at Amex Stadium.
& # 39; I can use my left arm and I only miss five or ten degrees of flexion. And that is back in time. & # 39;
The news about Lloris is a timely boost for Spurs returning to the Champions League-action against Leipzig next month and – with the loss of Harry Kane until April – Mourinho wants everything the experience he wants gain in the coming months.
Tottenham captain Hugo Lloris gives Jose Mourinho a huge boost by returning to full training after severe elbow injury in October
- Tottenham goalkeeper Hugo Lloris is about to return to full training
- The captain of the club has been eliminated after a nasty elbow injury in October
- Lloris has returned to light training but can be in full training are within 10 days
- Harry Kane is injured with a hamstring problem, so Lloris returns is a boost
- Manchester City drew 2-2 with Tottenham Hotspur
- City seemed to have won the game late when Gabriel Jesus VAR intervened and ruled the goal for an earlier handball by Aymeric Laporte
- Hugo Lloris has been absent since dislocating his elbow against Brighton
- Lloris is making good progress after surgery on the injury
- The goalkeeper says he takes the positives of his time on the sidelines
- Hugo Lloris has handed Tottenham as a setback when his comeback has to be postponed
- The Frenchman has an operation had on his left arm but & # 39; is suffering & # 39; during his recovery
- Lloris is now expected to return later than the expected return in January
- Spurs goalkeeper Hugo Lloris is operated on elbow, club announced
- Lloris made a mistake when he dropped a cross and landed awkwardly when he fell
- Tottenham released a statement on Thursday morning to give an update on injury
Tottenham An important boost by returning return to full training.
The captain of Spurs has been missing since he sustained a serious elbow injury in October in the 3-0 loss against Brighton .
But the France international goalkeeper has returned to light training back at the Enfield HQ club.
If everything goes according to plan, Lloris is expected to resume full training within 10 days – news that will be a huge boost for manager Jose Mourinho.
Lloris hopes to be able to return to the action of the first team by the end of January or the beginning of February.
The 33-year-old has worked closely with the newly appointed goalkeeper coach Nuno Santos of the club and has already begun balding and contact exercises while preparing for higher training.
Paulo Gazzaniga has delegated Lloris in his absence, but the impending return of the World Cup will be an important lift for the business end of the season.
Tottenham is in the midst of an injury crisis: Harry Kane, Moussa Sissoko, Danny Rose, Tanguy Ndombele and Ben Davies are all currently on treatment.
So the return of Lloris to fitness comes at a fast time, especially with the resumption of the Champions League approaching
The disturbing injury problems of Spurs have forced the club to approach it in January to reconsider the transfer window.
Mourinho originally aimed for a new full-back this month, but the injuries for Kane mean in particular Ndombele and Sissoko that Spurs is also on the market for a new center striker and midfielder.
Meanwhile, former boss Harry Redknapp fears that the current inconsistencies of Tottenham will continue.
After a first improvement immediately after arrival of Mourinho, Spurs are non-profit in their last three games prior to Saturday's visit to champion-elect Liverpool.
& # 39; Tottenham, they are just going through a funny little, quite a long, spell when you look at it, & # 39; Redknapp told Sky Sports.
& # 39; The last 25 games with Poch in charge, they went so well and then suddenly that big series of bad forms. And the shape has really gone up and down right now.
& # 39; Jose went in there, we know his record, it's incredible, but nobody got a magic wand and at the moment the team just doesn't look good. & # 39;
& # 39; Frankly I thought it was a goal & # 39 ;: Hugo Lloris admits that he did not expect VAR to exclude Gabriel Jesus' strike against Spurs and admits that the outcome & # 39; unfortunate & # 39; was for Manchester City
The goalkeeper was confronted with 30 shots of City players, but Spurs walked towards the last minutes of the courtesy of Lucas Moura's header from a corner, despite the dominance of the hosts.
Jesus seemed to have won the draw after taking a shot in the corner of the net. However, it was ruled out due to a handball by Aymeric Laporte in the run-up, where officials from Stockley Park discovered the offense.
Speaking to Sky Sports, Lloris admitted: & # 39; I honestly thought it was a goal. The way the referee made his decision was 100 percent, so VAR canceled the goal and it's a bit of bad luck for City.
& # 39; Anyone can have a different interpretation of this clip, but we are very happy with the point. Lucas earned a lot of praise.
& # 39; I just asked him what was going on. I looked at the screen and we realized that there was a handball.
& # 39; It's good for us and bad luck for City, but there are plenty of games ahead. We just have to enjoy the moment. & # 39;
Meanwhile, Spurs hero Moura continued to thank the video assistant referee system for the intervention.
& # 39; It was crazy & # 39 ;, he said. & # 39; It was the last minute, I thought it was over.
& # 39; This kind of action is so hard to see. Only the VAR can see and thanks for that.
& # 39; It is a good result for us because we know how hard it is to play here. That is the spirit that we must retain.
Discussing his goal, he continued: & (39) (Pochettino) gave me the strategy, the position I had to play, he said, go to the penalty area, I was there.
& # 39; Before I entered, I thought I scored a goal, when I saw the ball, I just said I would jump and score. I'm just happy to help this team. & # 39;
& # 39; My goal is to be ready for January & # 39 ;: Hugo Lloris aims for rapid return of elbow injury and vows in & # 39; top form & # 39; to start the Tottenham season
Tottenham goalkeeper Hugo Lloris has revealed that he could return to action as early as January while continuing his recovery from a dislocated elbow.
Lloris suffered the shocking injury when he stumbled into his own net and Brighton encountered a goal in the first half of Spurs' 3-0 defeat against Brighton in October.
It was immediately clear that Lloris would require a long period of recovery on the sidelines, but the Frenchman says he is making rapid progress.
Everything is fine, & # 39; he said. "There may always be dangers, but my goal is to be ready for January.
" Whether it is the beginning, the middle or the end, I don't know.
& # 39; I take the time to ensure that I am well healed and that I can come back in top form.
& # 39; I also use the time to regenerate myself. I've never been away from the field for so long, so it's something new, but I treat it positively.
& # 39; I use this period to spend time with my family and my children.
& # 39; I am in good hands and we are making good progress.
& # 39; Now we focus on rehabilitation, reinforcement, gradually more mobility and trust. & # 39;
Lloris spent this week with his French team – friends as they prepared for Thursday's 2-1 win over Moldova.
Tottenham handed injury setback with Hugo Lloris & # 39; wrestles & # 39; still after the operation on the & # 39; unstable & # 39; left elbow and dislocated in defeat against Brighton
Tottenham have suffered a new injury setback with Captain Hugo Lloris returning from a dislocated elbow that would be postponed after surgery.
The goalkeeper of Spurs has had surgery on his & # 39; unstable & # 39; left arm. He was originally excluded at the earliest until January after a tricky fall during their 3-0 defeat by Brighton last month.
Manager Mauricio Pochettino admitted on Friday that Lloris suffers & # 39; as he recovers from the injury that Spurs thought would not require surgery.
His assistant Jesus Perez said & apparently yes & # 39; when asked if Lloris now wants longer out than was previously expected.
& # 39; After a few weeks they started to get a different opinion about how it healed and for our keeper they had to fix something in his elbow and that's why it could take a little longer, & # 39; he. & # 39; But we don't know yet. & # 39;
Pochettino added: & # 39; I didn't see him last week because I wasn't here. But he is strong, he is very mature, he is a man.
The Tottenham manager said & when you assess all circumstances I think it is normal to be in the position that we are. & # 39; But he insists that it is still & # 39; possible & # 39; is for his side to secure the Champions League qualification.
He claimed that they are working hard to get the right & balance, calm and the right direction & # 39; under the plow.
But Pochettino admitted that his side could not fast forward the time after he slipped back to a place similar to where they were five years ago.
That 2014-15 season, Pochettino & # 39; s first in North London, saw Spurs miss a top-four finish with six points and the Argentinian said there were & # 39; many similarities & # 39; were between that time and their current situation.
The Spurs boss refused to elaborate on what they were. But prior to Saturday's visit to the high-flying Sheffield United, he said: & We need time to get everything right because we went back to where we were five years ago in terms of position, situations and things like that, so takes time.
& # 39; But we can't help the club move forward quickly, to speed things up, we can't. We can't speed up time, that's the problem … we have to stay calm and work hard because there is no other way to change this dynamic.
& # 39; We cannot speed up time. & # 39;
Tottenham goalkeeper Hugo Lloris is operated on his left elbow and dislocated in defeat against Brighton last month
Lloris made an error when he dropped a pass from Pascal Gross for three minutes in the match – an error that led to Brighton opener – and he landed awkwardly when he fell in his goal. Television compositions showed his arm bent backwards at the point of the elbow, leaving the French World Cup winner in fear of death.
The club issued a statement on Thursday morning to give an update on the injury to the World Cup winner.
The statement said: Na After further clinical tests and investigations, Hugo Lloris has now undergone surgery on his left elbow.
& # 39; The French goalkeeper dislocated his elbow and sustained slight damage during our Premier League match against Brighton & Hove Albion last month.
& # 39; Surgery was advised after further assessments by specialists and found the elbow to be unstable.
Our Club captain remains on track to return to training early next year. & # 39;