Sports: Mercato: July truths and August

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trends in three days, Ligue 1, like its European counterparts, will resume its rights. But the start of the season does not rhyme with the end of the shopping. The transfer market will be in full swing all months of August. Some stars of the France team are already fixed. Others feed uncertainty, even concern, three and a half months from the World Cup. Overview, mid-term, from the Mercato of the Blues. And that of the main foreign stars.

with the Blues who breathe

we did not doubt the place of Jules Koundé in the Blues. We doubt even less after its transfer from Seville to FC Barcelona for almost 50 million euros. The 23 -year -old defender is eagerly awaited in Catalonia. Like his former teammate in Bordeaux Aurélien Tchouame, from Monaco to Real Madrid for € 80 million. They approach the future with ambition.

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like Nordi Mukiele, bought by PSG in Leipzig for € 15 million. The right side will have to fight for its place, in Paris as with the Blues. Where one of the competitors is called Jonathan Clauss, transferred from RC Lens to Olympique de Marseille. Despite rumors in the spring, the tricolor captain, Hugo Lloris, will not move from Tottenham.

and these blues who sweat

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Didier Deschamps will surely summon them for Qatar, but their club in summer may not be the same as in autumn. In Monaco, coach Philippe Clement "hopes" that Wissam Ben Yedder "will remain" , as he entrusted to Nice-Matin on Sunday. Presnel Kimpembe, he saw his departure being whispered at PSG. The door was opened, but neither the player nor his club dare to take the plunge, explained team in early July. Chelsea would have made his eyes soft. As in Benjamin Pavard, at the less and less certain playing time in Bayern Munich.

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further southern box, in Turin, it is the fog that envelops Adrien Rabiot. Juventus pushed him outside, but returned after the injury of Paul Pogba in the right knee. The world champion did not hide his joy on July 11, to leave the painful last months at the Manchester United behind him, and to find Juve, certainly in a less good condition than in his departure in 2016. But here He grimaces for fear of being too fair for the World Cup in Qatar, which will start on November 21.

Abroad, the Ronaldo

enigma failing to animate the market, some tricolors are collateral victims. In Bayern, the colony of French defenders (Hernandez, Upamecano, Pavard) saw Matthijs de Ligt disembark, torn from Juventus for nearly € 70 million. A big blow from the Bavarian ogre, which also offered one of the best attackers in the world, Sadio Mané, from Liverpool. It was necessary to compensate for the departure of Robert Lewandowski at FC Barcelona, ​​arrived with the Brazilian winger (and former Rennais) Raphinha, bought in Leeds for € 58 million. In Italy, Inter Milan recalled Romelu Lukaku on loan, a year after sold the Belgian striker for € 113 million in Chelsea, where he never found a smile.

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but the name that may obsess the football planet all the month of August is that of Cristiano Ronaldo. The five -year -old five -year -old Ballon of Golden wants to leave Manchester United, has hammered the British press for a month. Its age, slight decline and astronomical salary reduce the list of suitors with sorrow. Bayern has publicly said no. Atlético de Madrid has denied all rumors. PSG would consider its arrival as risky as it is superfluous. Everything suggests that the Portuguese striker will remain a Red Devil, whether he likes it or not. Even if, in the frantic universe of the transfer window, the truth of August 2 is not always that of 31.

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