Playing in top European leagues is a dream for every player across the world as the leagues in Germany, Spain and England have the bets quality going around. However, it is not easy to excel in such high level competitions and only
Jose Mourinho has made it abundantly clear that he intends to build upon the £150 million he spent in the summer transfer window at Manchester United. The Portuguese, still unsatisfied with the quality of his squad, believes further improvements must be made
Despite a summer of big spending, Manchester United’s activity in the transfer market looks set to continue under Jose Mourinho. The Portuguese oversaw the arrivals of Paul Pogba, Henrikh Mkhitaryan, Eric Bailly and free agent Zlatan Ibrahimovic in the summer. But the
Manchester United are reportedly eyeing Bayern Munich left-back David Alaba as there have speculations over Luke Shaw’s future at the Old Trafford in recent weeks. The Daily Mirror has reported that Jose Mourinho is eyeing the Bayern Munich ace along with his compatriot Julian Baumgartlinger.
According to reports in Spain, Real Madrid are plotting a big money move for Manchester City target David Alaba. The 24-year old is one of the best left-backs in the world and has been brought from the ranks of Bayern Munich academy. The
Widely considered as one of the world’s topmost defenders, the 23-year-old Bayern Munich Starlet was a huge fan of Arsenal and of Patrick Vieira in particular. Presently the Bayern Munich left-back seems unlikely to leave his club anytime soon, yet Bayern was
Munich, March 18 (IANS) German giants Bayern Munich have renewed the contract of their Austrian defender David Alaba for three more seasons until 2021. The contract was expiring on June 30, 2018. According to Bayern Munich official website, the Bavarian club’s chairman
Berlin, March 14 (IANS) Bayern Munich agreed to renew the contract of midfielder David Alaba on Monday. He was pursued by English football club Manchester City, which will be coached by the current coach of the German giants, Pep Guardiola, next season.