While COVID-19 still plagues the United States, much of the rest of the world has dealt with it effectively and responsibly. Therefore, European leagues are open for transfer business, with the window lasting from July 27 to October 5. Yahoo Soccer will keep you updated on the latest news and reports during an amended silly season.
Atléti has ‘agreement' for Luis Suárez with Barcelona
Barcelona’s exodus is about to be Atlético Madrid’s gain.
The club announced on Wednesday it had “reached an agreement” with Barcelona over the transfer of Luis Suárez, subject to a medical.
Suárez, 33, has spent the last six years in Barcelona, winning La Liga and the Copa del Rey four times each, along with the Champions League in 2015. He scored 198 goals across all competitions.
But Barcelona has fallen into disrepair recently, thanks in part to the decline of veterans like Suárez. Long past his days as part of the greatest attacking trio the game has ever seen alongside Lionel Messi and Neymar, Suárez was nevertheless coveted by Atléti manager Diego Simeone.
Formula One's governing body has warned teams it will introduce new rear wing flexibility tests next month amid suspicions of rule bending. Mercedes' seven times world champion Lewis Hamilton flagged up the issue after qualifying for last weekend's Spanish Grand Prix, which he won. Red Bull team principal Christian Horner told reporters on Sunday his cars' rear wings had passed stringent tests and were legal.
Packers head coach Matt LaFleur met with the media as the team started rookie minicamp on Friday and those who have been following the NFL the last couple of weeks won’t be surprised to learn that a veteran quarterback was a topic of conversation. Aaron Rodgers‘ reported displeasure with the Packers and desire to play [more]
Phil Mickelson is assured at least one more crack at the major that has given him the most heartache. Mickelson becomes the first player since Vijay Singh in 2010 to receive an exemption without having won the U.S. Open, and he's not without merit.
As veterans like Ha Ha Clinton-Dix and Kelvin Benjamin attempt to resurrect their careers by participating in rookie minicamps on a tryout basis, one team currently considering bringing a veteran back to the league after nine years of not playing is having no tryout candidates at the 2021 rookie minicamp. According to the Jaguars, they [more]