Atletico Madrid striker Fernando Torres believes that Diego Simeone should remain as the club’s manager next season.
For him, there is no reason why Simeone should not continue the good job he is doing at the club at the moment.
Fernando Torres has been a serial winner of trophies in club and international level.
He has accumulated a number of trophies like the Champions League, Europa League, World Cup, and the European Championship to name a few. He has the chance to add yet another Champions League medal to his collection when Atletico Madrid bid to reach the final of the 2015-16 competition. They take on Bayern Munich in the semi-finals after having just eliminated Barcelona in the previous round. This is yet another huge test for the club in their attempts to create history, according to Torres.
In the opinion of the Chelsea shot stopper Thibaut Courtois, Jose Mourinho might have been sacked, but, he’s not the only man who is to be blamed for Chelsea’s slump. The onus has to fall on players as well for the position the team finds itself in.
Mourinho was axed by Chelsea the previous month after the team lost to Leicester City.
It was the 9th loss suffered by the Blues in the Premiership which left them just a touch above the drop zone in the standings.
Arsenal forward Thierry Henry believes that Chelsea superstar Eden Hazard is clearly not happy with the tactics of manager Jose Mourinho and this could be one of the reasons for his poor form this season.
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Leicester City is another one of those teams in the Premier League that are having a very difficult time in securing successive victories and are now competing just to avoid the relegation zone.
In 35 Premier League matches, Leicester City has won 9 matches and it hasn’t been enough to put the club out of the basement spots of the English league.
Even though Leicester City is at the bottom positions of the Premier League, the manager of the club believes that his team is good enough to not get relegated in this season.
Manchester United striker Radamel Falcao has struggled for form and fitness throughout the campaign and this is likely to see him return to his parent club Monaco at the end of the season.
Colombian striker Radamel Falcao has been a major disappointment since his £ 6 million loan move to Manchester United.
After featuring in more than 20 games, he has struggled to even get 10 goals for the campaign. His season has been hit hard with a couple of niggling injuries, while manager Louis Van Gaal also appears to have lost faith in him. Considering that it will take an astonishing £ 43 million to make the move permanent, it is widely suggested that United will pass the opportunity to sign the 29-year-old on a permanent basis.
Radamel Falcao has been one of major disappointments this season. Manchester United decided to pay the extravagant wage demands of £ 350,000 per week in the hope that they were getting a player of top quality.
Rather than sign the player on a permanent basis, they brought him only on a loan deal due to concerns about his knee. The loan fee in itself was at £ 6 million with the Premier League club agreeing to pay £ 43 million more if the move was made permanent. It looks like Falcao will be allowed to leave the club at the end of his loan spell.
Radamel Falcao was signed on a season long loan deal to Manchester United and the Premier League club has the option on signing him on a permanent deal but this will depend on the player himself as he needs to prove that he is capable of playing alongside his new teammates and it will also depend on whether or not Louis van Gaal is willing to sign him permanently.
The problem with Falcao is that he has been struggling with a series of injuries that has made him unable to perform at his best.
It is widely reported that Radamel Falcao is close to extending his spell at Manchester United into a permanent deal. The Colombian international joined the Premier league giants on a loan spell till the end of the season.
It was reported that the loan fee alone was in the region of £ 6 million, while there was a clause that enabled him to move permanently for £ 43 million additionally. This would value him at just under £ 50 million, which is the price Monaco paid for him 12 months ago from Atletico Madrid.