What you may have missed between last night and this morning
1. Football – Mercato: Where will Ronaldo play next season?
Worried about the Manchester United transfer window and wishing to compete in the C1, Cristiano Ronaldo shakes up the transfer window. Monday, The Athletic advanced as well as Chelsea were considering making an offer. This Tuesday, AS reveals that a meeting between Joan Laporta and super-agent Jorge Mendes was on the menu in Barcelona on Monday, with the CR7 case mentioned. But, between XXL salary and advanced age, Ronaldo seems to be stuck at Old Trafford. For the rest of the summer?
Van Aert warned, Djokovic serious, quarters objective for the Blue and Nadal: The news on a plate
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Is CR7 right to be worried? “We should have realized this last year…”
2. Tennis – Wimbledon: Nadal in the quarters, the Blues on the mat
Despite a complicated last tie break, Rafael Nadal had almost no trouble getting rid of Botic van de Zandschulp on Monday evening, on the grass of Center Court (6-4, 6-2, 7-6). He continues on his way to the quarter-finals of the London Grand Slam, where he will find the American Taylor Fritz. For the French, on the other hand, it did not smile: Alizé Cornet, beaten by Ajla Tomljanovic (4-6, 6-4, 6-3), and Harmony Tan, swept away by Amanda Anisimova (6-2, 6- 3), have disappeared from the table.
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Basketball – 2023 World Qualifications : Three days after their misstep against Montenegro, the France team reacted perfectly by outclassing Hungary (81-40).
Football – Premier League : According to information from Telegrapha Premier League player, international, was arrested and taken into police custody Monday morning in North London, after a complaint of rape. If the name has not filtered, he would be one of the players likely to play in the World Cup in Qatar.
Athletics : Absent from the selections for the World Cup and the Euro, Aurel Manga brilliantly won the 110m hurdles of the Sotteville-lès-Rouen meeting on Monday in 13”29 (1.2 m/s of wind) ahead of Pascal Martinot-Lagarde (13”45).
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If you liked the GP of Silverstone, you will be hooked up with our Fous du Volant. Enthused by the race scenario, Gilles della Posta and Stéphane Vrignaud debrief this crazy Grand Prix while discussing safety, a major issue in the weeks to come after the frightening crash of Guanyu Zhou.
The growing controversy
As the Euro starts on Wednesday in England, some players feel cheated. The Icelanders will thus play their first two matches in the Manchester City Academy Stadium, with the maximum capacity of… 4,4000 seats during this Euro. Meanwhile, the English will start in a boiling Old Trafford. So, has the organization seen too small? To give you an idea, here are the stages selected.
From a 4,400-seat stadium to Wembley: the ten enclosures of the Euro
The catch-up video
As the Tour returns to France, a little update on the events of the first stages in Denmark. Our consultant Nicolas Fritsch looks back on this unexciting start to the Tour: and, for him, there is nothing to worry about. It’s even rather attractive since all the top names are still alive.
The Tour purred in Denmark and it’s not so bad
What not to miss today
1. Cycling – Tour de France: Return to the North and already pitfalls
After the big start in Denmark, the peloton is back in France and that’s not necessarily good news for the riders. This Tuesday, the 4th stage has its share of surprises in store from Dunkirk. On a hilly course, some punchers could do well and deprive the peloton of a massive sprint on arrival in Calais. Six climbs are notably on the program, just to break your legs… To follow the stage and the Tour de France, subscribe to Eurosport.
The profile of the 4th stage: For the entry into France, sprint or breakaway?
2. Football – Ligue 1: Galtier and Tudor presented this Tuesday
Events bring PSG and OM closer together. This Tuesday, the two clubs will present their new coach for next season. In Paris, Christophe Galtier will be inducted from 2 p.m. instead of Mauricio Pochettino, whose Parisian adventure never took on the expected scale. In Marseille, it is in the morning that we should learn even more about Igor Tudor. Two press conferences that will say a lot about the personality of the two men.
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3. Tennis – Wimbledon: Djokovic challenges Sinner for a place in the half
After complaining about playing too late, Novak Djokovic will have the honor of opening the ball this Tuesday in London with an explosive duel against Jannik Sinner. The young Italian continues to grow at high speed and represents a first real obstacle on the road to “Djoker”. Enough to stumble? The other men’s quarter-final will pit David Goffin against Cameron Norrie. Among the women, the beautiful story Tatjana Maria challenges her compatriot Jule Niemeier while Ons Jabeur faces Marie Bouzkova.
Last Danish act, Cornet shines, Sainz for a premiere: the news on a set
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