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Real Madrid heavily criticized after elimination
Still in the race yesterday at 9 p.m. for a championship-Champions League double, Real will have to resolve to go for La Liga since the end of the evening. Beaten by Chelsea (1-1; 0-2) in the semi-finals of the Champions’ League, the Madrilenians lost big yesterday and the Spanish press knows it. She shoots red balls this morning on Zinedine Zidane’s men (and on ZZ himself) even if she recognizes the superiority of the English at Stamford Bridge. “Madrid crushed by a train”, title in particular Marca. For everyday life, players “Were exhausted and lost” in the field. For Ace, it was a Real “Without strength” who showed up in London. The media also does not include Zidane’s choices to line up Eden Hazard and Vinicius Junior in the right piston position. For El País, “Real had nothing to say, nothing to offer” yesterday. This is “A deserved return home”, write in chorus Sport and Mundo Deportivo this Thursday.
A return from Neymar divides Barça
The Catalan press had warned: if Paris Saint-Germain was knocked out of the Champions League by Manchester City, it would still make money on Neymar’s future. Barely more than 24 hours after leaving the road, so it is the case this morning in one of Mundo Deportivo. For the media, Neymar is tired of the criticisms he suffers in France on his level of play and his involvement within the club. So he would think of returning to Barcelona. The FCB is ready to repatriate him, but Nasser Al-Khelaïfi does not intend to let his star go. For Ace, there is also another problem with the Catalan fantasy. This return of the Brazilian would divide within FC Barcelona. There are those who would like to give him another chance, like Joan Laporta, and those who still resent him for having spun in 2017. In short, Spain is still obsessed with Neymar.
Juve’s plan for Donnarumma
We have known for a few weeks: Juventus wants to play a nasty trick on AC Milan by stealing his goalkeeper, Gianluigi Donnarumma this summer. At the end of the contract on June 30, the Italian is dragging out his response to the proposed renewal of his leaders. Suddenly, the Old Lady is engulfed in the breach and would now have a plan to try to attract the transalpine international. Juventus already want to start by selling their current number 1 to the post, the Pole, Wojciech Szczęsny. Two clubs would be interested in his coming, according to Tuttosport : Chelsea and Everton. This step would then allow Juve to offer a big contract to Donnarumma. The soap opera continues.