If even a fraction of this summer’s transfer interest is real, Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho has taken every precaution against his biggest 2017 enemy: scheduled congestion. Mourinho was a regular critic of United’s schedule last season in
Alvaro Morata has his sights set on World Cup glory with Spain next year, even though he concedes it will be "impossible" to match La Roja's famous team from 2008 to 2012. Spain won the European championship twice and the 2010 World Cup during that era of unprecedented success. Real Madrid striker Morata is a key part of the squad targeting glory in Russia next year and understands the scale of the task facing Spain's new stars to follow in that team's footsteps.
The most important news for Spurs fans may be that Juventus appear to be looking at other right back options besides Man United’s Matteo Darmian to replace the departed Dani Alves. The Italian giants are now hoping to sign Real Madrid’s Danilo. While this doesn’t do anything as far as affecting the odds that City would still swoop in for Kyle Walker this summer, it does suggest that United may not need to shop for a right back after all—which is good news if you want the club’s top right back to stay at Spurs. (Yes, I’m trolling the Trippier Truthers. Deal with it.) Manolo Gabbiadini’s wedding cake is monstrous: A post shared by Martina Rubini (@martinarubini) on Jun 22, 2017 at 6:24am PDT Kevin