Real Madrid is already dreaming about their galacticos, while Barcelona is planning to sign a new French international.

Real Madrid is already dreaming about their galacticos, while Barcelona is planning to sign a new French international.

The potential offensive trio of Real Madrid is already the stuff of legends.
This morning in Spain, Real Madrid is creating headlines. The Madrilenians’ great ambition, an attacking trio that promises with Karim Benzema, Kylian Mbappé, and Vincius Junior, is revealed by the publication AS. “The trident of 100 goals,” summarizes the Iberian press, because with Benzema’s 44 goals, Mbappé’s 36 goals, and Vincius Junior’s 21 goals in all competitions this season, all three have achieved the 100-goal mark, an incredible feat.
It’s simple: even the great BBC, as AS notes, has never done so much.


Barcelona is chasing a French international
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According to a large file on the main page of Mundo Deportivo, the goal of Barcelona’s leaders is to sign Jules Koundé, if the Catalan publication is to be believed. Xavi adores him, and his clause is worth 90 million euros. A significant sum for Barça, who would seek to reduce the cost of a potential purchase by bringing in other parties.

Mundo Deportivo also points out that Sevilla FC has vowed to make it easier for Koundé to leave after slowing down his transfer to the Premier League in the last mercato.
The Premier League title will be decided on the last day. Liverpool defeated Southampton 2 goals to 1 on Tuesday night, seizing the three points in the second half. According to The Guardian on Wednesday, the Premier League title race is still ongoing.

“Fighting to the end,” says the headline on the front page of the newspaper. The story is making its way around the English press, including the Daily Express, which hails Liverpool’s triumphant striker, Joel Matip. The newspaper wants him to be crowned. Jürgen Klopp’s side are only one point behind Manchester City courtesy to his goal, and there is still one day to go.
This is exactly what The Sun and the Daily Star both point out this morning.

Liverpool is still in contention for an unprecedented quadruple.

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