“I have to speak to the club; I am open to listen to offers”

first_imgtraining: “We must prioritize health before everything and see how we can advance. We hope that we can return to normal, although we do not know how this will affect the return of the competition. There is some fear among the playersCoronavirus: “When you see most of the players who have been infected, as is the case with Pepe Reina, I spoke to him and he told me how bad it was …”.Charitable initiative: “It started as something small, but it has quickly grown to something nationally and internationally. The most beautiful thing is to see the number of supportive people. We are delighted with how everything is going, and hopefully continue raising funds to accumulate as much money as possible” .Sergio Rodríguez: “A luxury to meet Sergio Rodríguez again in a charity event and made to be close to the canaries who need it the most”. Offers: “I have to speak to the club, I have a contract until June 30. I am open to hear other offers”.Betis: “Betis? I don’t know, a meeting with Chelsea is pending.” Pedro Rodriguez went through the microphones of “The Stringer” of Cadena SER to talk about their future, the possibility of signing for Betis and about their solidarity initiative to help Canarian families disadvantaged by the coronavirus social emergency situation.last_img read more

Can you name Premier League’s costliest Brazilian? Top 20 revealed and ranked

first_img 21 21 21 21 21 =20. Sandro – Tottenham Hotspur (2010) – £8million 21 3. Robinho – Manchester City (2008) – £32.5million 18. Philippe Coutinho – Liverpool (2012) – £11.05million 17. Gabriel Paulista – Arsenal (2014) – £11.3million 21 11. Jô – Manchester City (2008) – £19million 16. Fernando – Manchester City (2014) – £12million 21 21 21 =12. Paulinho – Tottenham Hotspur (2013) – £17million 21 21 Chelsea are rumoured to be on the verge of signing Juventus fullback Alex Sandro for a club-record £61million.The Brazilian defender caught the eye for the Old Lady as they secured the Serie A title and progressed to the Champions League final against Real Madrid.Antonio Conte is set to raid his former club as he attempts to launch a credible challenge on both domestic and European fronts.Sandro will be joining fellow Brazilians David Luiz, Willian and Kenedy at Stamford Bridge, at a club that has always valued South American talent.But which other Brazilians have commanded the biggest transfer fees after joining a Premier League club?Here, talkSPORT takes a look at the 20 most expensive Brazilians to have been signed by English teams. Click the right arrow, above, to view the slideshow…. 21 21 =12. Ramires – Chelsea (2010) – £17million 7. Gabriel Jesus – Manchester City (2016) – £27million 21 14. Filipe Luís – Chelsea (2014) – £15.8million 9. David Luiz – Chelsea (2011) – £21.25million 1. Ederson Moraes – Manchester City (2017) – £35million 8. Anderson – Manchester United (2007) – £26.78million 2. Fernandinho – Manchester City (2013) – £34million 15. Afonso Alves – Middlesbrough (2007) – £12.5million 21 21 21 21 21 4. Willian – Chelsea (2013) – £30million 6. Roberto Firmino – Liverpool (2015) – £29million 21 10. Oscar – Chelsea (2012) – £19.35million =20. Elano – Manchester City (2007) – £8million 5. David Luiz – Chelsea (2016) – £29.75million 19. Alex – Chelsea (2007) – £8.5million last_img read more