The striker is probably most famous for his brace against Germany in the 2002 World Cup final, as Brazil ran out 2-0 victors.
Mbappe, Martial and Dembele front 3 should be illegal. Imagine that trio in 5-6 years time.. with Pogba in midfield? They definitely should win a World Cup.
— MP² (@elsaetarubia) November 14, 2017
Neymar – £200m: 11 goals
Ousmane Dembele – £105m: 1 goal
Romelu Lukaku – £90m: 11 goals
Morata – £58m: 9 goals
Mo Salah – £39m: 14 goals
— El Kloppo (@FirminoFam) November 19, 2017
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Former Barcelona striker David Villa has told Marca
“I think that anyone who has actually watched an MLS game can say that it’s a very competitive, physical and attractive league,” Villa continued.
“The MLS is growing a lot and is having more and more global impact. Many [former teammates] have called me and are interested in what’s going on here.
“I’m very happy to know that people remember me but at the moment I’m very happy here and I’m not considering a return to Europe.”
?Former Premier League champions Leicester City have had a great dip in form since winning the title two seasons ago and this has caused a lot of speculation amongst the squad’s future.
Riyad Mahrez has previously been linked to transfers to Roma and Barcelona in the Summer but managed to stay put with the Foxes and remains one of their best players.
According to Spanish outlet ?Don Balon, Barcelona had been blocked by Lionel Messi from buying the Algerian because he believed the 26-year-old would have too much influence over Barca’s current style of play.
Since then, Pep Guardiola, a strong admirer of the winger, has gained a keen interest in bringing Mahrez to the Etihad.
Already in charge of the strongest squad in the league, the Spaniard wants Mahrez as an alternate option on the right or as an impact sub to insure Manchester City keep their solid winning streak.
The Algeria international played an integral part in Leicester’s first ever Premier League title with his pace and phenomenal skill on the ball.
He is looking to play in the Champions League again but insists that he is not focused on leaving the Foxes.
“Yes I am happy, I am happy,” he said.
“I don’t want to think about [January]. We still have 12 games to go until January, so if I think about January now I’m not going to play football.
“I need to play and concentrate on football and the team and we will see.”
?Barcelona manager Ernesto Valverde has revealed he is interested in signing Atletico Madrid striker Antoine Griezmann and will not close the door on a possible deal for him.
The Spaniard has reiterated his desire to do business for the player in January, after trying to sign Philippe Coutinho and Angel Di Maria in the summer.
Local reports claim the Brazilian is still top of the Blaugrana’s wish list ahead of the next transfer window, but Griezmann is a legitimate target as well.
Griezmann is expected to leave the club soon, with Diego Costa to be registered in January after signing from Chelsea.
The forward looked all set to join Manchester United in the summer, but performed a U-turn after the Court of Arbitration for Sport upheld the club’s transfer embargo. It resulted in the Frenchman staying put out of loyalty, knowing they wouldn’t be able to register a replacement for him.
Manchester United remain favourites for his signature, but Barcelona have joined the race, as have German giants Bayern Munich and the player’s buy-out is set at €100m.
Valverde said, as quoted by ?ESPN: “Griezmann is a great player, one of the names being talked about but for now I have the players that I have.
“In the future, we will see. Of course, the club, like all clubs, is open to doing business in the January window, even though we’re happy with what we already have. We’re not going to close the door on anything.”