Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho expressed surprise Tuesday at the three-match ban that UEFA handed defender Eric Bailly on Monday. Ivorian Bailly was sent off for violent conduct in the second leg of United's Europa League semi-final victory over Celta Vigo in May for his part in a melee in the final minutes of a 1-1 draw at Old Trafford. "It was a red card in a semi-final, I think the punishment of not to play the final is enough, it's a big punishment not to play the final, and I say that normally he would deserve a clean sheet and start the next season with a clean sheet and ready to play the Super Cup," Mourinho said.
It’s been rumoured this week that Sam Larsson who is currently applying his trade in the Netherlands for Heerenveen is seeking out a move to Fiorentina. Larsson is a Swedish winger who plays on the left-hand side of midfield and likes to cut inside onto his favoured right foot. The Swede had very impressive numbers last season with 13 assists and 9 goals to his name. The 24 year old who is known for his immense dribbling and passing ability would be a smart acquisition by Corvino. Additionally, after the departure of Bernardeschi, there is an obvious demand for wingers and Larsson presents an opportunity to sign a highly promising talent. Fiorentina’s main rivals to acquiring Larsson are Celta