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What’s Next for Lukaku?

This morning, breaking news dropped, as Everton star Romelu Lukaku rejected a new contract and told the club that he intends to move on this summer. This came as a surprise, considering his agent Mino Raiola had just stated that Lukaku was set to sign an extension that would’ve made him the highest paid player in Everton’s history. With Everton sitting in 7th in the Premier League, and 8 points off the top four, the striker stated the desire to play in the Champions League as the main reason he wanted an exit. And given that Lukaku has scored 19 goals and provided 5 assists in just 27 matches this season, there should be no shortage of quality teams that pursue the Belgian. In this article, I’m going to take a look at four clubs that could sign Lukaku this summer if he does indeed leave. Continue reading What’s Next for Lukaku?

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Twitter Reacts to Barcelona Comeback

Football fans all over the world just witnessed one of the greatest matches in football history. The second leg of the Champions League Round of 16 matchup between FC Barcelona and PSG will forever live in the history books for the records it set. Without further ado, here are the best twitter reactions from the historic night: Continue reading Twitter Reacts to Barcelona Comeback

UCL OUTLOOK: Arsenal and Barcelona

This week has been a stunning week for the football world. In the Champions League, two teams have absolutely demolished other top tier teams. First, we start with Barcelona vs PSG. Barcelona is known to be a fantastic team and some would even say the best in the world… at least usually. They traveled to France to take on PSG in the round of 16 where it all starts to get interesting. Everyone including me expected a back and forth game with excitement and loads of goals. We did get loads of goals…just not from Barcelona. PSG came out with a fire that got them to a quick start with an 18th-minute goal by Ángel Di Maria. After that, it was all PSG for the rest of the match. The final score ended with a 4-0 win for the French side.

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