Lyon have completed the free signing of Brazilian winger Tete until the end of the season after he left Ukrainian side Shakhtar Donetsk following Russia's invasion of the country in February. Brentford and Leicester City were both interested in signing the 22-year-old, who is valued to be worth around £25million. However, it was the French side that won the race to his signature, which they confirmed on Friday. 'The arrival of Tete thus reinforces the squad of Peter Bosz, at the dawn of the run-in in Ligue 1,' Lyon said in statement. Tete made 108 appearances since joining Shakhtar from Brazilian side Gremio in 2019, scoring 31 goals in all competitions.
Fernandes quickly became one of the club's most important players after arriving from Sporting Lisbon in 2020, and he has scored 49 goals in 117 appearances. As a result, the Red Devils have moved to tie down the attacking midfielder to fresh terms, with the new deal running through until June 2026 with the option of an extra year. Fernandes has now doubled his wage and will earn around £240,000 a week at Old Trafford, according to The Athletic. As a result, the Red Devils have moved to tie down the attacking midfielder to fresh terms, with the new deal running through until June 2026 with the option of an extra year. The 27-year-old revealed that his dream of playing for the Red Devils has become a 'reality' and that he was 'honoured' to extend his stay at the club. Bruno Fernandes told the club's official website: 'From the moment that I joined Manchester United, I have had a special relationship with the club and our amazing fans. I grew up watching this team, dreaming of getting the chance to play here one day. 'That dream is now a reality and an honour. 'Even after two years, it still feels amazing to step out at Old Trafford, to hear the fans sing my song and to score in front of the Stretford End. It is a true privilege to wear this shirt and to fight for our incredible club.
The secretary general of the 2022 Qatar World Cup says criticism by players and managers has been "ill-informed" and the nation "should not be apologetic" about hosting the tournament. Qatar has been heavily criticised over the country's human rights record. There are strict anti-LGBTIQ+ laws in Qatar, while there are also concerns over the treatment of migrant workers. "Some people have made statements that in my opinion were ill-informed," Hassan Al-Thawadi told BBC Sport. Speaking to BBC sports editor Dan Roan, Al-Thawadi added: "We should not be apologetic over our ambitions to host this tournament because we are football loving region. "We are football crazy and football mad like anywhere else. We have the legitimate ambition to showcase our region to the rest of the world and to change people's perception of who we are."
The United States and Mexico secured their place at this year's World Cup finals in Qatar after securing the results needed to claim the last two Concacaf automatic qualifying places. The USA lost 2-0 to Costa Rica, who had to win by at least six goals to take third spot from Gregg Berhalter's side. Wolves striker Raul Jimenez was on the scoresheet as Mexico eased past El Salvador 2-0 to finish second. Canada lost 1-0 to Panama but had already secured top spot in qualifying. Having finished fourth in the standings, Costa Rica will now face New Zealand in a play-off in June for a place at the World Cup, which gets under way on 21 November. The draw for the finals is on Friday in Doha. It would have taken a freakish set of results on Wednesday to deny Mexico or the USA their place in Qatar. Two second-half goals in eight minutes by Juan Vargas and Anthony Contreras raised hopes of a miracle for Costa Rica, but the USA regrouped to close out the game, qualifying ahead of their opponents on goal difference. "I'm extremely proud of this group," said USA and Chelsea forward Christian Pulisic, whose country failed to qualify for the 2018 World Cup in Russia. "It's a bit of a weird feeling right now because I hate to lose so much. But I'm really proud and I can't wait to go to the World Cup. "It's definitely been a rollercoaster." Mexico ended their see-saw qualifying campaign with a victory which ensures they will continue their record of appearing at every men's World Cup since 1994. Uriel Antuna jabbed home in the first half before Jimenez sealed the win from the penalty spot. In Wednesday's other qualifying game, Jamaica defeated Honduras 2-1.
The hosts, bottom of Serie A in their first season in the top flight since 1999, were the ideal opposition for Juve after their 4-0 defeat at Chelsea and 1-0 home loss to Atalanta. Paulo Dybala hammered in their opener before Giorgio Chiellini had a goal ruled out by VAR. Alvaro Morata poked home Juve's second soon after coming on and Dybala slipped as he missed an injury-time penalty. Juventus are now seventh in Serie A, 11 points behind leaders Napoli. Elsewhere, fourth-placed Atalanta beat Venezia 4-0 with Mario Pasalic scoring a hat-trick and Fiorentina overcame Sampdoria 3-1. Dusan Vlahovic scored his 39th Serie A goal in that victory for Fiorentina. Erling Braut Haaland is the only player born in the 2000s to score more goals in Europe's top five leagues.
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|5th Dec||Espanyol - Real Valladolid||3.88||HT/FT 1/1||3-1 (2-0)|
|5th Dec||Homburg - St Pauli||3.05||2 & BTTS||1-4 (1-1)|
|5th Dec||Slavia Sofia - CSKA Sofia||2.62||2 & Under2.5||0-1 (0-1)|
|5th Dec||Saint Etienne - Guingamp||2.47||Over2.5 & GG||1-3 (1-1)|
|5th Dec||Derby County - Fleetwood Town||2.12||HT/FT 1/1||3-0 (1-0)|
|5th Dec||Quevilly Rouen - Bordeaux||1.9||GG||3-2 (2-0)|
|1st Dec||Heerenveen - Almere City||1.6||1||3-0 (2-0)|
|1st Dec||Schalke 04 - 1899 Osnabruck||1.54||1||4-0 (1-0)|
|1st Dec||FC Groningen - VVV Venlo||1.52||Over2.5||2-1 (0-1)|
|1st Dec||Randers - Vejle BK||1.45||DrawNobet 1||0-0 (0-0)|
|30th Nov||Molde - Qarabag||1.65||Over2.5||2-2 (0-1)|
|30th Nov||Eintracht Frankfurt - Paok||1.59||Over2.5||1-2 (0-0)|
|30th Nov||Atalanta - Sporting Lisbon||1.58||GG||1-1 (1-0)|
|30th Nov||Bodo/glimt - Lugano||1.55||Over2.5||5-2 (1-0)|
|30th Nov||Aston Villa - Legia Warsaw||1.5||Over2.5||2-1 (1-1)|
|30th Nov||Breidablik - Maccabi Tel Aviv||1.47||Over2.5||1-2 (0-1)|
|30th Nov||Al Ittihad - Al Khaleej||1.35||1||4-2 (2-1)|
|29th Nov||Ipswich Town - Millwall||2.55||Over3.5||3-1 (3-0)|
|29th Nov||Benfica - Inter Milan||1.77||DrawNoBet 2||3-3 (3-0)|
|29th Nov||Real Madrid - SSC Napoli||1.55||GG||4-2 (2-1)|
|29th Nov||Southampton FC - Bristol City||1.54||1||1-0 (0-0)|
|29th Nov||SC Braga - Union Berlin||1.48||DrawNoBet 1||1-1 (0-1)|
|29th Nov||Arsenal FC - RC Lens||1.39||1||6-0 (5-0)|
|29th Nov||Colwyn Bay - Connahs Quay||1.38||Over2.5||2-3 (1-1)|
|28th Nov||Forest Green Rovers - Bradford City||3.88||HT/FT 2/2||0-3 (0-2)|
|28th Nov||Watford - Norwich City||3.45||Over3.5||3-2 (2-2)|
|28th Nov||Hull City - Rotherham United||3.05||1 & Over3.5||4-1 (3-0)|
|28th Nov||Middlesbrough - Preston North End||2.92||HT/FT 1/1||4-0 (3-0)|
|28th Nov||Manchester City - RB Leipzig||2.65||1 & BTTS||3-2 (0-2)|
|28th Nov||BG Pathum - Ulsan Hyundai||2.55||2 & BTTS||1-3 (0-2)|
|28th Nov||Milan - Borussia Dortmund||2.25||Over2.5 & GG||1-3 (1-1)|
|28th Nov||Shakhtar Donetsk - Royal Antwerp||1.88||1||1-0 (1-0)|
|28th Nov||Feyenoord - Atletico Madrid||1.61||Over2.5||1-3 (0-1)|
|28th Nov||Lazio - Celtic||1.59||1||2-0 (0-0)|
|28th Nov||FC Barcelona - FC Porto||1.48||1||2-1 (1-1)|
|28th Nov||Notts County - Crawley Town||1.47||Over2.5||3-1 (1-1)|
|28th Nov||Winchester City FC - Walton and Hersham||1.47||Over2.5||2-1 (1-1)|
|28th Nov||Maidstone United FC - Havant & Waterlooville||1.42||1||3-1 (2-0)|
|28th Nov||Pyramids FC - Ismaily||1.41||1||2-1 (0-1)|
|27th Nov||Basaksehir - Pendikspor||3.89||1 & Over3.5||4-1 (1-1)|
|27th Nov||Angers - Caen||3.42||HT/FT 1/1||3-0 (1-0)|
|27th Nov||FK Jezero - Rudar Pljevlja||3.05||1 & BTTS||4-1 (2-1)|
|27th Nov||GKS Tychy - Bruk Bet Termalica||2.75||Over3.5||3-2 (0-2)|
|27th Nov||Fulham - Wolves||2.25||Over2.5 & GG||3-2 (1-1)|
|27th Nov||ADO Den Haag - Jong FC Utrecht||1.92||HT/FT 1/1||6-0 (4-0)|
Thierry Henry wants to see Arsenal beat the “teams at the top” of the Premier League after their recent good form. The Gunners play Manchester United tonight at Old Trafford with Mikel Arteta’s side guaranteed to move into the top four with a win. Arsenal have only lost one match in their last 12 in all competitions, while they have four wins in their last five Premier League fixtures. The Red Devils, on the other hand, have only won one of their last eight games in the league and currently sit in tenth position ahead of their clash with Arsenal on Thursday night. Man Utd were one of the pre-season favourites to challenge for the Premier League after bringing in Raphael Varane, Cristiano Ronaldo and Jadon Sancho. And Henry wants to see Arsenal pick up results against teams like Man Utd – despite their lowly league position – if they are to challenge for a top-four position.
Spurs finally return to Premier League action this evening following their last-minute postponement at Burnley on Sunday afternoon. Back in north London, Antonio Conte’s side welcome top-flight newcomers Brentford to the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium for the most intriguing of encounters. Only three points separate the Lilywhites and the Bees heading into kick-off, which is a rather damning indictment on the latter’s incredible rise and the former’s recent fall from grace. It means that Spurs’ last competitive fixture was nearly a week ago, in which they were humiliated by the Europa Conference League’s lowest-ranked team, NS Mura, who defeated a heavily-rotated lineup in Slovenia.
Chelsea are being linked with a summer transfer move for Leicester City defender Caglar Soyuncu. After winning the UEFA Champions League for the second time in their history last month, the Blues, who will face Crystal Palace on the opening day of the 2021/22 Premier League season, are hoping to strengthen in this summer's window to challenge Manchester City for the title next term. Although outgoings have been the main focus of Chelsea's window so far, with Fikayo Tomori and Victor Moses among those sealing permanent exits, new arrivals are expected, with Thomas Tuchel - the Blues head coach - keen to strengthen a handful of areas within his squad.
Barcelona are ready to give boss Xavi Hernandez 'a green light' to make crucial signings in January, according to a new report. Due to the financial difficulties that have decimated the club's ability to be a major player in the transfer market, it was unclear if Xavi would find himself limited to free transfers, as his predecessor, Ronald Koeman, was in the summer. But a report in Sport say that Barcelona are preparing to be busy in the winter window and it will be Xavi, rather than the board, who gets the final say on their list of targets.
Xavi Hernandez has been given hope that he will be allowed to strengthen his Barcelona playing squad during the January transfer window. The Catalan club are in a dire financial situation and it was unclear if they had the funds to make additions in the winter. Barcelona's financial turmoil saw them settle for three free transfers and a loan deal in the summer, and recently it was revealed that they will have no funds available for the winter transfer window. However, CEO Ferran Reverter has confirmed that they will be able to make additions not only in January but also next summer. Apart from making additions next month, one of the Spanish club's priorities will be to extend Ousmane Dembele's contract. The Frenchman's current deal has just seven months to run, which will allow him to speak to clubs outside Spain and agree a pre-contract in January. Reverter, though, remains optimistic that they can make additions that Xavi desires and re-sign Dembele to a new long-term deal. However, it remains to be seen how the club will accomplish both feats after their spending cap was slashed to €97 million this season from over €300 million last year.
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