Manchester United legend Gary Neville has called on his former club to find a solution regarding David de Gea's future or risk encountering a "big problem" with him in the summer transfer window. De Gea has long been linked with a move to Spanish giants Real Madrid and Neville, who won countless honours during his time at Old Trafford, does not think the 26-year-old will be easy to replace. De Gea was not stringently tested during his side's 0-0 draw with Manchester City on Thursday evening (27 April) but managed to maintain his composure and quash any attempts to breach his goal.
If ever anyone needed a reminder of this fact, all they’d have to do is look at the many overpaid players in the National Basketball Association. If the market is going to allow professional athletes to make obscene amounts of money for playing a game, then they have an obligation to themselves — and their families — to make the most of it — literally. Now, thanks to the annual “Global Sports Salaries Survey,” courtesy of Sporting Intelligence, which pro team tops them all.
Bayern Munich has announced its decision to make Kingsley Coman’s loan from Juventus a permanent move. Coman, 20, operates as a right wing and striker, and can also play on the left. He’s made 40 Bundesliga appearances with six goals and six assists over two seasons for Bayern. It’s a $24 million option, and will bind Coman to Bayern through the 2019-20 season. From FCBayern.com: “Kingsley Coman is a crucial player for the future of our team, so we’ve decided to exercise the option,” commented Bayern chairman Karl-Heinz Rummenigge: “Kingsley is a promising player with great potential. We’re convinced he’ll help us in the coming years.” Coman, Renato Sanches, and Joshua Kimmich are all under the