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Today’s Headlines: Ten Hag Speaks On Ronaldo Leaving Man Utd Ahead Of Liverpool Clash

 

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Ten Hag Speaks On Ronaldo Leaving Man Utd Ahead Of Liverpool Clash

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Manchester United manager, Erik ten Hag, has reiterated that Cristiano Ronaldo is in his plans as the transfer window edges towards a close.

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Ten Hag was answering questions during his Friday press conference ahead of Liverpool’s visit on Monday, where he was asked about the speculation linking Ronaldo with Borussia Dortmund.

Ronaldo wants to leave United in a bid to play in the Champions League this season.

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But Ten Hag is adamant that the 37-year-old will remain at the club, despite more rumours insisting the club is open to selling him.

You Left Real Madrid For Man United Because Of Money – Ben Foster Tells Casemiro

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Former Manchester United goalkeeper, Ben Foster has said that Casemiro only left Real Madrid for Manchester United because of money.

According to him, the Brazilian never wanted to leave Real Madrid until he was made a promise of £300,000 a week and a four year deal.

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He wondered what other reason would have forced the midfielder out of Real Madrid, a club that have the potential of winning the Champions League again this season to join a club only playing in the Europa League.

Joshua, Usyk To Get $40m For Rematch

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The prize money for Saturday’s (today) heavyweight title rematch between Anthony Joshua and Oleksandr Usyk in Saudi Arabia has been revealed.

According to Evening Standard, Anthony Joshua and Oleksandr Usyk will each receive a guaranteed minimum of £33.2m ($40m) for their rematch.

 

Recall that the duo went head-to-head on Wednesday at the final press conference ahead of the rematch.

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On noticing that Usyk had gotten bigger for the second fight, Joshua warned the Ukrainian that it won’t be enough and would only help him (Usyk) absorb more punishment.

Meanwhile, further reports say the pay for the rematch could rise close to $50m for either Joshua or Usyk if pay-per-view television sales reach a level sufficient to justify adding a bonus for the winner.

Joshua will be attempting to reclaim the lost world heavyweight titles when he locks horns with Usyk once again in Saudi Arabia.

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