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Unai Emery has received an early boost to his Arsenal career after majority shareholder Stan Kroenke agreed to release an extra £20million in transfer funds. Arsenal had set a £50m restriction on their transfer budget, discounting money made on sales, but Telegraph Sport understands that figure has now increased to around £70m. It is understood that Kroenke himself gave the green light to provide Emery with a bigger budget than initially expected in a bid to help Arsenal’s new head coach as much as possible. Arsenal will still need to bring significant money in through sales to be able to compete with their rivals in this summer’s transfer market, but the extra cash has been welcomed by Emery. Head of recruitment Sven Mislintat will work closely with Emery on transfers under Arsenal’s new set-up and the pair have already started to identify targets. Unai Emery is known to be an admirer of Roma midfielder Lorenzo Pellegrini Credit: Getty Images Roma midfielder Lorenzo Pellegrini, whose contract contains a £26m release clause, is admired by Emery along with Sampdoria’s Dennis Praet, who has been strongly linked with Juventus. Freiburg defender Caglar Soyuncu had been targeted by Mislinat and Arsenal before Emery’s appointment, as was Bayer Leverkusen goalkeeper Bernd Leno. Emery claimed he only intends to make small changes to his squad before the start of next season, but Arsenal particularly want to strengthen their defence and midfield. The former Paris Saint-Germain and Sevilla manager has also promised to use Arsenal’s young players and, according to chief executive Ivan Gazidis, Emery is already a fan of Ainsley Maitland-Niles. “What was really impressive was when you scratched the surface to go deeper and deeper and deeper,” said Gazidis. “If we were speaking about one of our young players, if we targeted Ainsley Maitland-Niles for example, Unai knows Ainsley. Ainsley Maitland-Niles has particularly impressed Arsenal's new head coach Credit: Reuters “He’s watched him, he’s familiar with his patterns of play, his capabilities, he’s very excited about his potential and was able to talk about how excited he was to work with Ainsley, to develop him as a player. “Very specifically, when you asked the follow-up question and the follow-up question and the follow-up question, you’d get more and more depth about how exactly he would do that, exactly how him and his team would work with an individual player to develop them into the best player they can possibly be and also within the team dynamic. “There are a lot of platitudes in the game of football, a lot, and people can speak at a surface level very easily to sound confident and impressive. “What’s impressive to me is when you scratch through that and you get deeply involved in what exactly they mean.”
Arsenal increase summer transfer budget to £70m in early boost for Unai Emery
Unai Emery has received an early boost to his Arsenal career after majority shareholder Stan Kroenke agreed to release an extra £20million in transfer funds. Arsenal had set a £50m restriction on their transfer budget, discounting money made on sales, but Telegraph Sport understands that figure has now increased to around £70m. It is understood that Kroenke himself gave the green light to provide Emery with a bigger budget than initially expected in a bid to help Arsenal’s new head coach as much as possible. Arsenal will still need to bring significant money in through sales to be able to compete with their rivals in this summer’s transfer market, but the extra cash has been welcomed by Emery. Head of recruitment Sven Mislintat will work closely with Emery on transfers under Arsenal’s new set-up and the pair have already started to identify targets. Unai Emery is known to be an admirer of Roma midfielder Lorenzo Pellegrini Credit: Getty Images Roma midfielder Lorenzo Pellegrini, whose contract contains a £26m release clause, is admired by Emery along with Sampdoria’s Dennis Praet, who has been strongly linked with Juventus. Freiburg defender Caglar Soyuncu had been targeted by Mislinat and Arsenal before Emery’s appointment, as was Bayer Leverkusen goalkeeper Bernd Leno. Emery claimed he only intends to make small changes to his squad before the start of next season, but Arsenal particularly want to strengthen their defence and midfield. The former Paris Saint-Germain and Sevilla manager has also promised to use Arsenal’s young players and, according to chief executive Ivan Gazidis, Emery is already a fan of Ainsley Maitland-Niles. “What was really impressive was when you scratched the surface to go deeper and deeper and deeper,” said Gazidis. “If we were speaking about one of our young players, if we targeted Ainsley Maitland-Niles for example, Unai knows Ainsley. Ainsley Maitland-Niles has particularly impressed Arsenal's new head coach Credit: Reuters “He’s watched him, he’s familiar with his patterns of play, his capabilities, he’s very excited about his potential and was able to talk about how excited he was to work with Ainsley, to develop him as a player. “Very specifically, when you asked the follow-up question and the follow-up question and the follow-up question, you’d get more and more depth about how exactly he would do that, exactly how him and his team would work with an individual player to develop them into the best player they can possibly be and also within the team dynamic. “There are a lot of platitudes in the game of football, a lot, and people can speak at a surface level very easily to sound confident and impressive. “What’s impressive to me is when you scratch through that and you get deeply involved in what exactly they mean.”
Unai Emery has received an early boost to his Arsenal career after majority shareholder Stan Kroenke agreed to release an extra £20million in transfer funds. But Emery’s first signing may well be a free transfer, with the Gunners working on a deal for right-back Stephan Lichtsteiner. The 34-year-old will be a free agent when his Juventus contract expires and Arsenal believe he could bring some much-needed leadership to the squad, as well as relieving the workload on Hector Bellerin. Arsenal had set a £50m restriction on their transfer budget, discounting money made on sales, but Telegraph Sport understands that figure has now increased to around £70m. It is understood that Kroenke himself gave the green light to provide Emery with a bigger budget than initially expected in a bid to help Arsenal’s new head coach as much as possible. Unai Emery is known to be an admirer of Roma midfielder Lorenzo Pellegrini Credit: Getty Images Arsenal will still need to bring significant money in through sales to be able to compete with their rivals in this summer’s transfer market, but the extra cash has been welcomed by Emery. Head of recruitment Sven Mislintat will work closely with Emery on transfers under Arsenal’s new set-up and the pair have already started to identify targets. As well as Lichtsteiner, Roma midfielder Lorenzo Pellegrini, whose contract contains a £26m release clause, is admired by Emery along with Sampdoria’s Dennis Praet, who has been strongly linked with Juventus. Freiburg defender Caglar Soyuncu had been targeted by Mislinat and Arsenal before Emery’s appointment, as was Bayer Leverkusen goalkeeper Bernd Leno. Emery claimed he only intends to make small changes to his squad before the start of next season, but Arsenal particularly want to strengthen their defence and midfield. Ainsley Maitland-Niles has particularly impressed Arsenal's new head coach Credit: Reuters The former Paris Saint-Germain and Sevilla manager has also promised to use Arsenal’s young players and, according to chief executive Ivan Gazidis, Emery is already a fan of Ainsley Maitland-Niles. “What was really impressive was when you scratched the surface to go deeper and deeper and deeper,” said Gazidis. “If we were speaking about one of our young players, if we targeted Ainsley Maitland-Niles for example, Unai knows Ainsley. “He’s watched him, he’s familiar with his patterns of play, his capabilities, he’s very excited about his potential and was able to talk about how excited he was to work with Ainsley, to develop him as a player. “Very specifically, when you asked the follow-up question and the follow-up question and the follow-up question, you’d get more and more depth about how exactly he would do that, exactly how him and his team would work with an individual player to develop them into the best player they can possibly be and also within the team dynamic. “There are a lot of platitudes in the game of football, a lot, and people can speak at a surface level very easily to sound confident and impressive. “What’s impressive to me is when you scratch through that and you get deeply involved in what exactly they mean.”
Unai Emery given increased Arsenal summer transfer budget - but first signing could be free agent Stephan Lichtsteiner
Unai Emery has received an early boost to his Arsenal career after majority shareholder Stan Kroenke agreed to release an extra £20million in transfer funds. But Emery’s first signing may well be a free transfer, with the Gunners working on a deal for right-back Stephan Lichtsteiner. The 34-year-old will be a free agent when his Juventus contract expires and Arsenal believe he could bring some much-needed leadership to the squad, as well as relieving the workload on Hector Bellerin. Arsenal had set a £50m restriction on their transfer budget, discounting money made on sales, but Telegraph Sport understands that figure has now increased to around £70m. It is understood that Kroenke himself gave the green light to provide Emery with a bigger budget than initially expected in a bid to help Arsenal’s new head coach as much as possible. Unai Emery is known to be an admirer of Roma midfielder Lorenzo Pellegrini Credit: Getty Images Arsenal will still need to bring significant money in through sales to be able to compete with their rivals in this summer’s transfer market, but the extra cash has been welcomed by Emery. Head of recruitment Sven Mislintat will work closely with Emery on transfers under Arsenal’s new set-up and the pair have already started to identify targets. As well as Lichtsteiner, Roma midfielder Lorenzo Pellegrini, whose contract contains a £26m release clause, is admired by Emery along with Sampdoria’s Dennis Praet, who has been strongly linked with Juventus. Freiburg defender Caglar Soyuncu had been targeted by Mislinat and Arsenal before Emery’s appointment, as was Bayer Leverkusen goalkeeper Bernd Leno. Emery claimed he only intends to make small changes to his squad before the start of next season, but Arsenal particularly want to strengthen their defence and midfield. Ainsley Maitland-Niles has particularly impressed Arsenal's new head coach Credit: Reuters The former Paris Saint-Germain and Sevilla manager has also promised to use Arsenal’s young players and, according to chief executive Ivan Gazidis, Emery is already a fan of Ainsley Maitland-Niles. “What was really impressive was when you scratched the surface to go deeper and deeper and deeper,” said Gazidis. “If we were speaking about one of our young players, if we targeted Ainsley Maitland-Niles for example, Unai knows Ainsley. “He’s watched him, he’s familiar with his patterns of play, his capabilities, he’s very excited about his potential and was able to talk about how excited he was to work with Ainsley, to develop him as a player. “Very specifically, when you asked the follow-up question and the follow-up question and the follow-up question, you’d get more and more depth about how exactly he would do that, exactly how him and his team would work with an individual player to develop them into the best player they can possibly be and also within the team dynamic. “There are a lot of platitudes in the game of football, a lot, and people can speak at a surface level very easily to sound confident and impressive. “What’s impressive to me is when you scratch through that and you get deeply involved in what exactly they mean.”
Unai Emery has received an early boost to his Arsenal career after majority shareholder Stan Kroenke agreed to release an extra £20million in transfer funds. But Emery’s first signing may well be a free transfer, with the Gunners working on a deal for right-back Stephan Lichtsteiner. The 34-year-old will be a free agent when his Juventus contract expires and Arsenal believe he could bring some much-needed leadership to the squad, as well as relieving the workload on Hector Bellerin. Arsenal had set a £50m restriction on their transfer budget, discounting money made on sales, but Telegraph Sport understands that figure has now increased to around £70m. It is understood that Kroenke himself gave the green light to provide Emery with a bigger budget than initially expected in a bid to help Arsenal’s new head coach as much as possible. Unai Emery is known to be an admirer of Roma midfielder Lorenzo Pellegrini Credit: Getty Images Arsenal will still need to bring significant money in through sales to be able to compete with their rivals in this summer’s transfer market, but the extra cash has been welcomed by Emery. Head of recruitment Sven Mislintat will work closely with Emery on transfers under Arsenal’s new set-up and the pair have already started to identify targets. As well as Lichtsteiner, Roma midfielder Lorenzo Pellegrini, whose contract contains a £26m release clause, is admired by Emery along with Sampdoria’s Dennis Praet, who has been strongly linked with Juventus. Freiburg defender Caglar Soyuncu had been targeted by Mislinat and Arsenal before Emery’s appointment, as was Bayer Leverkusen goalkeeper Bernd Leno. Emery claimed he only intends to make small changes to his squad before the start of next season, but Arsenal particularly want to strengthen their defence and midfield. Ainsley Maitland-Niles has particularly impressed Arsenal's new head coach Credit: Reuters The former Paris Saint-Germain and Sevilla manager has also promised to use Arsenal’s young players and, according to chief executive Ivan Gazidis, Emery is already a fan of Ainsley Maitland-Niles. “What was really impressive was when you scratched the surface to go deeper and deeper and deeper,” said Gazidis. “If we were speaking about one of our young players, if we targeted Ainsley Maitland-Niles for example, Unai knows Ainsley. “He’s watched him, he’s familiar with his patterns of play, his capabilities, he’s very excited about his potential and was able to talk about how excited he was to work with Ainsley, to develop him as a player. “Very specifically, when you asked the follow-up question and the follow-up question and the follow-up question, you’d get more and more depth about how exactly he would do that, exactly how him and his team would work with an individual player to develop them into the best player they can possibly be and also within the team dynamic. “There are a lot of platitudes in the game of football, a lot, and people can speak at a surface level very easily to sound confident and impressive. “What’s impressive to me is when you scratch through that and you get deeply involved in what exactly they mean.”
Unai Emery given increased Arsenal summer transfer budget - but first signing could be free agent Stephan Lichtsteiner
Unai Emery has received an early boost to his Arsenal career after majority shareholder Stan Kroenke agreed to release an extra £20million in transfer funds. But Emery’s first signing may well be a free transfer, with the Gunners working on a deal for right-back Stephan Lichtsteiner. The 34-year-old will be a free agent when his Juventus contract expires and Arsenal believe he could bring some much-needed leadership to the squad, as well as relieving the workload on Hector Bellerin. Arsenal had set a £50m restriction on their transfer budget, discounting money made on sales, but Telegraph Sport understands that figure has now increased to around £70m. It is understood that Kroenke himself gave the green light to provide Emery with a bigger budget than initially expected in a bid to help Arsenal’s new head coach as much as possible. Unai Emery is known to be an admirer of Roma midfielder Lorenzo Pellegrini Credit: Getty Images Arsenal will still need to bring significant money in through sales to be able to compete with their rivals in this summer’s transfer market, but the extra cash has been welcomed by Emery. Head of recruitment Sven Mislintat will work closely with Emery on transfers under Arsenal’s new set-up and the pair have already started to identify targets. As well as Lichtsteiner, Roma midfielder Lorenzo Pellegrini, whose contract contains a £26m release clause, is admired by Emery along with Sampdoria’s Dennis Praet, who has been strongly linked with Juventus. Freiburg defender Caglar Soyuncu had been targeted by Mislinat and Arsenal before Emery’s appointment, as was Bayer Leverkusen goalkeeper Bernd Leno. Emery claimed he only intends to make small changes to his squad before the start of next season, but Arsenal particularly want to strengthen their defence and midfield. Ainsley Maitland-Niles has particularly impressed Arsenal's new head coach Credit: Reuters The former Paris Saint-Germain and Sevilla manager has also promised to use Arsenal’s young players and, according to chief executive Ivan Gazidis, Emery is already a fan of Ainsley Maitland-Niles. “What was really impressive was when you scratched the surface to go deeper and deeper and deeper,” said Gazidis. “If we were speaking about one of our young players, if we targeted Ainsley Maitland-Niles for example, Unai knows Ainsley. “He’s watched him, he’s familiar with his patterns of play, his capabilities, he’s very excited about his potential and was able to talk about how excited he was to work with Ainsley, to develop him as a player. “Very specifically, when you asked the follow-up question and the follow-up question and the follow-up question, you’d get more and more depth about how exactly he would do that, exactly how him and his team would work with an individual player to develop them into the best player they can possibly be and also within the team dynamic. “There are a lot of platitudes in the game of football, a lot, and people can speak at a surface level very easily to sound confident and impressive. “What’s impressive to me is when you scratch through that and you get deeply involved in what exactly they mean.”
Unai Emery has received an early boost to his Arsenal career after majority shareholder Stan Kroenke agreed to release an extra £20million in transfer funds. But Emery’s first signing may well be a free transfer, with the Gunners working on a deal for right-back Stephan Lichtsteiner. The 34-year-old will be a free agent when his Juventus contract expires and Arsenal believe he could bring some much-needed leadership to the squad, as well as relieving the workload on Hector Bellerin. Arsenal had set a £50m restriction on their transfer budget, discounting money made on sales, but Telegraph Sport understands that figure has now increased to around £70m. It is understood that Kroenke himself gave the green light to provide Emery with a bigger budget than initially expected in a bid to help Arsenal’s new head coach as much as possible. Unai Emery is known to be an admirer of Roma midfielder Lorenzo Pellegrini Credit: Getty Images Arsenal will still need to bring significant money in through sales to be able to compete with their rivals in this summer’s transfer market, but the extra cash has been welcomed by Emery. Head of recruitment Sven Mislintat will work closely with Emery on transfers under Arsenal’s new set-up and the pair have already started to identify targets. As well as Lichtsteiner, Roma midfielder Lorenzo Pellegrini, whose contract contains a £26m release clause, is admired by Emery along with Sampdoria’s Dennis Praet, who has been strongly linked with Juventus. Freiburg defender Caglar Soyuncu had been targeted by Mislinat and Arsenal before Emery’s appointment, as was Bayer Leverkusen goalkeeper Bernd Leno. Emery claimed he only intends to make small changes to his squad before the start of next season, but Arsenal particularly want to strengthen their defence and midfield. Ainsley Maitland-Niles has particularly impressed Arsenal's new head coach Credit: Reuters The former Paris Saint-Germain and Sevilla manager has also promised to use Arsenal’s young players and, according to chief executive Ivan Gazidis, Emery is already a fan of Ainsley Maitland-Niles. “What was really impressive was when you scratched the surface to go deeper and deeper and deeper,” said Gazidis. “If we were speaking about one of our young players, if we targeted Ainsley Maitland-Niles for example, Unai knows Ainsley. “He’s watched him, he’s familiar with his patterns of play, his capabilities, he’s very excited about his potential and was able to talk about how excited he was to work with Ainsley, to develop him as a player. “Very specifically, when you asked the follow-up question and the follow-up question and the follow-up question, you’d get more and more depth about how exactly he would do that, exactly how him and his team would work with an individual player to develop them into the best player they can possibly be and also within the team dynamic. “There are a lot of platitudes in the game of football, a lot, and people can speak at a surface level very easily to sound confident and impressive. “What’s impressive to me is when you scratch through that and you get deeply involved in what exactly they mean.”
Unai Emery given increased Arsenal summer transfer budget - but first signing could be free agent Stephan Lichtsteiner
Unai Emery has received an early boost to his Arsenal career after majority shareholder Stan Kroenke agreed to release an extra £20million in transfer funds. But Emery’s first signing may well be a free transfer, with the Gunners working on a deal for right-back Stephan Lichtsteiner. The 34-year-old will be a free agent when his Juventus contract expires and Arsenal believe he could bring some much-needed leadership to the squad, as well as relieving the workload on Hector Bellerin. Arsenal had set a £50m restriction on their transfer budget, discounting money made on sales, but Telegraph Sport understands that figure has now increased to around £70m. It is understood that Kroenke himself gave the green light to provide Emery with a bigger budget than initially expected in a bid to help Arsenal’s new head coach as much as possible. Unai Emery is known to be an admirer of Roma midfielder Lorenzo Pellegrini Credit: Getty Images Arsenal will still need to bring significant money in through sales to be able to compete with their rivals in this summer’s transfer market, but the extra cash has been welcomed by Emery. Head of recruitment Sven Mislintat will work closely with Emery on transfers under Arsenal’s new set-up and the pair have already started to identify targets. As well as Lichtsteiner, Roma midfielder Lorenzo Pellegrini, whose contract contains a £26m release clause, is admired by Emery along with Sampdoria’s Dennis Praet, who has been strongly linked with Juventus. Freiburg defender Caglar Soyuncu had been targeted by Mislinat and Arsenal before Emery’s appointment, as was Bayer Leverkusen goalkeeper Bernd Leno. Emery claimed he only intends to make small changes to his squad before the start of next season, but Arsenal particularly want to strengthen their defence and midfield. Ainsley Maitland-Niles has particularly impressed Arsenal's new head coach Credit: Reuters The former Paris Saint-Germain and Sevilla manager has also promised to use Arsenal’s young players and, according to chief executive Ivan Gazidis, Emery is already a fan of Ainsley Maitland-Niles. “What was really impressive was when you scratched the surface to go deeper and deeper and deeper,” said Gazidis. “If we were speaking about one of our young players, if we targeted Ainsley Maitland-Niles for example, Unai knows Ainsley. “He’s watched him, he’s familiar with his patterns of play, his capabilities, he’s very excited about his potential and was able to talk about how excited he was to work with Ainsley, to develop him as a player. “Very specifically, when you asked the follow-up question and the follow-up question and the follow-up question, you’d get more and more depth about how exactly he would do that, exactly how him and his team would work with an individual player to develop them into the best player they can possibly be and also within the team dynamic. “There are a lot of platitudes in the game of football, a lot, and people can speak at a surface level very easily to sound confident and impressive. “What’s impressive to me is when you scratch through that and you get deeply involved in what exactly they mean.”
El primer ejecutivo de la farmacéutica Bayer, Werner Baumann, ofrece una rueda de prensa en Leverkusen (Alemania). EFE/Archivo
El primer ejecutivo de la farmacéutica Bayer, Werner Baumann, ofrece una rueda de prensa en Leverkusen (Alemania). EFE/Archivo
El primer ejecutivo de la farmacéutica Bayer, Werner Baumann, ofrece una rueda de prensa en Leverkusen (Alemania). EFE/Archivo
A Bayer Leverkusen's fan is seen in the audience as Werner Wenning, chairman of Bayer's supervisory board, speaks during the annual general shareholders meeting in Bonn, Germany, May 25, 2018. REUTERS/Wolfgang Rattay
Bayer AG chairman Wenning attends the company's AGM in Bonn
A Bayer Leverkusen's fan is seen in the audience as Werner Wenning, chairman of Bayer's supervisory board, speaks during the annual general shareholders meeting in Bonn, Germany, May 25, 2018. REUTERS/Wolfgang Rattay
A Bayer Leverkusen's fan is seen in the audience as Werner Wenning, chairman of Bayer's supervisory board, speaks during the annual general shareholders meeting in Bonn, Germany, May 25, 2018. REUTERS/Wolfgang Rattay
Bayer AG chairman Wenning attends the company's AGM in Bonn
A Bayer Leverkusen's fan is seen in the audience as Werner Wenning, chairman of Bayer's supervisory board, speaks during the annual general shareholders meeting in Bonn, Germany, May 25, 2018. REUTERS/Wolfgang Rattay
A Bayer Leverkusen's fan is seen in the audience as Werner Wenning, chairman of Bayer's supervisory board, speaks during the annual general shareholders meeting in Bonn, Germany, May 25, 2018. REUTERS/Wolfgang Rattay
Bayer AG chairman Wenning attends the company's AGM in Bonn
A Bayer Leverkusen's fan is seen in the audience as Werner Wenning, chairman of Bayer's supervisory board, speaks during the annual general shareholders meeting in Bonn, Germany, May 25, 2018. REUTERS/Wolfgang Rattay
A Bayer Leverkusen's fan is seen in the audience as Werner Wenning, chairman of Bayer's supervisory board, speaks during the annual general shareholders meeting in Bonn, Germany, May 25, 2018. REUTERS/Wolfgang Rattay
Bayer AG chairman Wenning attends the company's AGM in Bonn
A Bayer Leverkusen's fan is seen in the audience as Werner Wenning, chairman of Bayer's supervisory board, speaks during the annual general shareholders meeting in Bonn, Germany, May 25, 2018. REUTERS/Wolfgang Rattay
<p>Un altro nome caldo è quello del portiere del Bayer Leverkusen. Anche lui costa più o meno 20 milioni, ma ha quattro anni in meno di Rui Patricio (REUTERS/Wolfgang Rattay). </p>
… o Bernd Leno

Un altro nome caldo è quello del portiere del Bayer Leverkusen. Anche lui costa più o meno 20 milioni, ma ha quattro anni in meno di Rui Patricio (REUTERS/Wolfgang Rattay).

DIC Asset AG acquires office building in Leverkusen for c. EUR 51 million
DIC Asset AG acquires office building in Leverkusen for c. EUR 51 million
DIC Asset AG acquires office building in Leverkusen for c. EUR 51 million
DIC Asset AG erwirbt Bürogebäude in Leverkusen für rund 51 Mio. Euro
DIC Asset AG erwirbt Bürogebäude in Leverkusen für rund 51 Mio. Euro
DIC Asset AG erwirbt Bürogebäude in Leverkusen für rund 51 Mio. Euro
ARCHIVO - En esta foto del 15 de abril de 2017, el técnico del Bayern Múnich Carlo Ancelotti previo a un partido contra Bayer Leverkusen en Leverkusen. (AP Foto/Martin Meissner)
ARCHIVO - En esta foto del 15 de abril de 2017, el técnico del Bayern Múnich Carlo Ancelotti previo a un partido contra Bayer Leverkusen en Leverkusen. (AP Foto/Martin Meissner)
ARCHIVO - En esta foto del 15 de abril de 2017, el técnico del Bayern Múnich Carlo Ancelotti previo a un partido contra Bayer Leverkusen en Leverkusen. (AP Foto/Martin Meissner)
If Bayer Leverkusen are to part with their left-back, they are set to make the Ligue 1 side pay well in excess of €30 million
‘We don’t want to sell Wendell’ – Voller fires warning to PSG
If Bayer Leverkusen are to part with their left-back, they are set to make the Ligue 1 side pay well in excess of €30 million
If Bayer Leverkusen are to part with their left-back, they are set to make the Ligue 1 side pay well in excess of €30 million
‘We don’t want to sell Wendell’ – Voller fires warning to PSG
If Bayer Leverkusen are to part with their left-back, they are set to make the Ligue 1 side pay well in excess of €30 million
FILE - In this April 15, 2017 fiel photo Bayern head coach Carlo Ancelotti arrives to the German Bundesliga soccer match between Bayer Leverkusen and Bayern Munich in Leverkusen, Germany. Napoli&#39;s president has thanked coach Maurizio Sarri for his contributions after the Serie A club reportedly reached a deal to hire Carlo Ancelotti as his replacement. Napoli have not announced Sarri&#39;s departure, but a messaged posted on Twitter by president Aurelio De Laurentiis on Wednesday, May 23, 2018 and retweeted by the club&#39;s official account, seemed to confirm he is leaving. (AP Photo/Martin Meissner, File)
Napoli hires Ancelotti as coach, replacing Sarri
FILE - In this April 15, 2017 fiel photo Bayern head coach Carlo Ancelotti arrives to the German Bundesliga soccer match between Bayer Leverkusen and Bayern Munich in Leverkusen, Germany. Napoli's president has thanked coach Maurizio Sarri for his contributions after the Serie A club reportedly reached a deal to hire Carlo Ancelotti as his replacement. Napoli have not announced Sarri's departure, but a messaged posted on Twitter by president Aurelio De Laurentiis on Wednesday, May 23, 2018 and retweeted by the club's official account, seemed to confirm he is leaving. (AP Photo/Martin Meissner, File)
FILE - In this April 15, 2017 fiel photo Bayern head coach Carlo Ancelotti arrives to the German Bundesliga soccer match between Bayer Leverkusen and Bayern Munich in Leverkusen, Germany. Napoli&#39;s president has thanked coach Maurizio Sarri for his contributions after the Serie A club reportedly reached a deal to hire Carlo Ancelotti as his replacement. Napoli have not announced Sarri&#39;s departure, but a messaged posted on Twitter by president Aurelio De Laurentiis on Wednesday, May 23, 2018 and retweeted by the club&#39;s official account, seemed to confirm he is leaving. (AP Photo/Martin Meissner, File)
FILE - In this April 15, 2017 fiel photo Bayern head coach Carlo Ancelotti arrives to the German Bundesliga soccer match between Bayer Leverkusen and Bayern Munich in Leverkusen, Germany. Napoli's president has thanked coach Maurizio Sarri for his contributions after the Serie A club reportedly reached a deal to hire Carlo Ancelotti as his replacement. Napoli have not announced Sarri's departure, but a messaged posted on Twitter by president Aurelio De Laurentiis on Wednesday, May 23, 2018 and retweeted by the club's official account, seemed to confirm he is leaving. (AP Photo/Martin Meissner, File)
FILE - In this April 15, 2017 fiel photo Bayern head coach Carlo Ancelotti arrives to the German Bundesliga soccer match between Bayer Leverkusen and Bayern Munich in Leverkusen, Germany. Napoli's president has thanked coach Maurizio Sarri for his contributions after the Serie A club reportedly reached a deal to hire Carlo Ancelotti as his replacement. Napoli have not announced Sarri's departure, but a messaged posted on Twitter by president Aurelio De Laurentiis on Wednesday, May 23, 2018 and retweeted by the club's official account, seemed to confirm he is leaving. (AP Photo/Martin Meissner, File)
Leicester City are making defence an early priority this summer as they look to make Aleksandar Dragovic’s loan move permanent as well as completing a deal for West Brom centre-half Jonny Evans. Leicester are keen to bolster their defence after the departure of Robert Huth and question marks raised over the fitness of captain Wes Morgan. Recent acquisition Harry Maguire has also been linked with a move away from the club with Manchester United sounded out as a possible destination. Dragovic...
Leicester City Close in on Defensive Duo as Foxes Target West Brom and Bayer Leverkusen Stars
Leicester City are making defence an early priority this summer as they look to make Aleksandar Dragovic’s loan move permanent as well as completing a deal for West Brom centre-half Jonny Evans. Leicester are keen to bolster their defence after the departure of Robert Huth and question marks raised over the fitness of captain Wes Morgan. Recent acquisition Harry Maguire has also been linked with a move away from the club with Manchester United sounded out as a possible destination. Dragovic...
Leicester City are making defence an early priority this summer as they look to make Aleksandar Dragovic’s loan move permanent as well as completing a deal for West Brom centre-half Jonny Evans. Leicester are keen to bolster their defence after the departure of Robert Huth and question marks raised over the fitness of captain Wes Morgan. Recent acquisition Harry Maguire has also been linked with a move away from the club with Manchester United sounded out as a possible destination. Dragovic...
Leicester City Close in on Defensive Duo as Foxes Target West Brom and Bayer Leverkusen Stars
Leicester City are making defence an early priority this summer as they look to make Aleksandar Dragovic’s loan move permanent as well as completing a deal for West Brom centre-half Jonny Evans. Leicester are keen to bolster their defence after the departure of Robert Huth and question marks raised over the fitness of captain Wes Morgan. Recent acquisition Harry Maguire has also been linked with a move away from the club with Manchester United sounded out as a possible destination. Dragovic...
Leicester City are making defence an early priority this summer as they look to make Aleksandar Dragovic’s loan move permanent as well as completing a deal for West Brom centre-half Jonny Evans. Leicester are keen to bolster their defence after the departure of Robert Huth and question marks raised over the fitness of captain Wes Morgan. Recent acquisition Harry Maguire has also been linked with a move away from the club with Manchester United sounded out as a possible destination. Dragovic...
Leicester City Close in on Defensive Duo as Foxes Target West Brom and Bayer Leverkusen Stars
Leicester City are making defence an early priority this summer as they look to make Aleksandar Dragovic’s loan move permanent as well as completing a deal for West Brom centre-half Jonny Evans. Leicester are keen to bolster their defence after the departure of Robert Huth and question marks raised over the fitness of captain Wes Morgan. Recent acquisition Harry Maguire has also been linked with a move away from the club with Manchester United sounded out as a possible destination. Dragovic...
Nun ist es offiziell: Der finnische Nationaltorhüter Lukas Hradecky verlässt kurz nach dem Gewinn des DFB-Pokal Eintracht Frankfurt und heuert bis 2023 bei Bayer 04 Leverkusen an.
Bis 2023! Leverkusen holt SGE-Keeper Hradecky
Nun ist es offiziell: Der finnische Nationaltorhüter Lukas Hradecky verlässt kurz nach dem Gewinn des DFB-Pokal Eintracht Frankfurt und heuert bis 2023 bei Bayer 04 Leverkusen an.
Nun ist es offiziell: Der finnische Nationaltorhüter Lukas Hradecky verlässt kurz nach dem Gewinn des DFB-Pokal Eintracht Frankfurt und heuert bis 2023 bei Bayer 04 Leverkusen an.
Bis 2023! Leverkusen holt SGE-Keeper Hradecky
Nun ist es offiziell: Der finnische Nationaltorhüter Lukas Hradecky verlässt kurz nach dem Gewinn des DFB-Pokal Eintracht Frankfurt und heuert bis 2023 bei Bayer 04 Leverkusen an.
Nun ist es offiziell: Der finnische Nationaltorhüter Lukas Hradecky verlässt kurz nach dem Gewinn des DFB-Pokal Eintracht Frankfurt und heuert bis 2023 bei Bayer 04 Leverkusen an.
Bis 2023! Leverkusen holt SGE-Keeper Hradecky
Nun ist es offiziell: Der finnische Nationaltorhüter Lukas Hradecky verlässt kurz nach dem Gewinn des DFB-Pokal Eintracht Frankfurt und heuert bis 2023 bei Bayer 04 Leverkusen an.
Nun ist es offiziell: Der finnische Nationaltorhüter Lukas Hradecky verlässt kurz nach dem Gewinn des DFB-Pokal Eintracht Frankfurt und heuert bis 2023 bei Bayer 04 Leverkusen an.
Bis 2023! Leverkusen holt SGE-Keeper Hradecky
Nun ist es offiziell: Der finnische Nationaltorhüter Lukas Hradecky verlässt kurz nach dem Gewinn des DFB-Pokal Eintracht Frankfurt und heuert bis 2023 bei Bayer 04 Leverkusen an.
Nun ist es offiziell: Der finnische Nationaltorhüter Lukas Hradecky verlässt kurz nach dem Gewinn des DFB-Pokal Eintracht Frankfurt und heuert bis 2023 bei Bayer 04 Leverkusen an.
Bis 2023! Leverkusen holt SGE-Keeper Hradecky
Nun ist es offiziell: Der finnische Nationaltorhüter Lukas Hradecky verlässt kurz nach dem Gewinn des DFB-Pokal Eintracht Frankfurt und heuert bis 2023 bei Bayer 04 Leverkusen an.

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