Pole has been regularly linked with a switch to Spanish capital side — and came close to joining on various occasionsROBERT LEWANDOWSKI is ignoring all talk of a move to Real Madrid and is focusing all of his energy on Bayern Munich. The Polish striker, 29, has been close to a transfer to the Bernabeu in the past — and recent reports suggest he has told the Bundesliga giants to let him join Los Blancos. However, he insists he is only focused on delivering success to his current employers.
Reports claim he is unable to pay back high-interest loan taken from hedge fund and is being sued by two banksAC MILAN’S owner Yonghong Li has declared bankruptcy and his assets will be auctioned off, according to reports Italy. The Chinese businessman completed the purchase of the seven-time European champions for £628million in the summer. A lack of transparency clouded the mega-deal, with many questioning where the vast amount of money was coming from.
Catalan giants will not stand in way of loyal midfielder if he opts to leave — but knows he is still important playerANDRES INIESTA is mulling over a sensational move to the Chinese Super League, according to reports in Catalonia. The Spanish midfielder is one of the best players of his generation and has spent his entire career at Barcelona. Now 33, he is still a key member of Ernesto Valverde’s side, but the Catalans are managing his game time.
Why was the 9.09 train from PShaws East to Glasgow Central cancelled at such short notice?! I looked at the app at 9.01 and there was no mention of any delay or problems...
If you're going to cancel services inform your customers.
@emctear That was Jan/Feb 2016. EK beat Linlithgow Rose to play Celtic that year- this year Rose got to the same stage and played your beloved Buddies. Doing a shoot with them was another highlight of 2017.
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