Internazionale 1 Lazio 1: Lucas wins penalty shoot-out



Lazio knocked Inter out of the Coppa Italia in dramatic fashion with a 4-3 win on penalties after a 1-1 draw.

Lazio reached the semi-finals of the Coppa Italia thanks to a penalty shoot-out win over Inter after a 1-1 draw at San Siro on Thursday.

Ciro Immobile’s scuffed and deflected strike eluded the otherwise-brilliant Samir Handanovic and looked set to secure Lazio’s progress until Mauro Icardi levelled with a penalty with seconds remaining.

Lucas Leiva struck what proved to be the winning spot-kick after former Roma man Radja Nainggolan saw his effort saved, ensuring another quarter-final triumph for Lazio and placing more pressure on Inter boss Luciano Spalletti.

Handanovic twice denied Luis Alberto before he produced a stunning reaction stop to deny Senad Lulic, although the offside flag would have disallowed any goal.

Inter then wasted the best chance of the first hour, as Antonio Candreva, against his former club, somehow side-footed high and wide with the goal gaping after Thomas Strakosha parried Joao Mario’s shot into his path.

Felipe Caicedo had the chance to score the winner off the bench with barely two minutes left of normal time, but Handanovic again made a superb save to keep out the striker’s uncertain finish, before tipping another Immobile shot wide.

In injury time, Strakosha blocked a Matteo Politano shot and the loose ball fell to Lautaro Martinez, who slipped and scuffed the shot over the bar.


Mauro Icardi saw a penalty shout waved away after a push by Sergej Milinkovic-Savic as Inter began to look likeliest to strike in extra time, but it was Immobile who at last broke the deadlock and sent Lazio through, the striker combining with Caicedo and sending a deflected shot just beyond the reach of Handanovic.

Kwadwo Asamoah had a late red card reduced to a yellow after a VAR review, but the bigger drama was yet to come, with Milinkovic-Savic ruled to have fouled Danilo D’Ambrosio by the video assistant in the last minute of stoppage time, allowing Icardi to bury an equaliser with the final kick after Stefan Radu had been sent off for his appeals.

Martinez and Riza Durmisi had penalties saved, but when Strakosha stood tall and parried Nainggolan’s effort over the bar, Lucas swept home to send his side into the next round.

What does it mean? Lazio to face AC Milan

Simone Inzaghi’s side will meet Milan in the last four, the Rossoneri having impressively overcome Napoli in their quarter-final on Wednesday.

The other tie will see Fiorentina face Atalanta, making this one of the more open last-four stages of this competition for some years.

Inter will consider this a good opportunity missed for a real chance of silverware, but their focus will now return to Champions League qualification.

Handanovic almost unbreachable

Handanovic made eight saves in normal time alone in what was a quite brilliant display of shot-stopping. His stop from Durmisi in the shoot-out was outstanding.

Candreva proves costly

Candreva did little to threaten his old club until the 65th minute, when he contrived to miss an open goal. He was probably fortunate to stay on the pitch, given his level of impact.

What’s next?

Lazio’s first leg with Milan takes place on February 26. Next up, though, Inter host Bologna in Serie A on Sunday, while Lazio head to Frosinone a day later.





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Arsenal, Morata, Pep & the winners and losers of the January transfer window


The European transfer window has now slammed shut until the summer, so who can be happy with their work in the winter market?


WINNER: ALVARO MORATA


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Alvaro Morata has played under two Chelsea head coaches and neither fancied him. Despite his credentials as a Champions League winner, the Spaniard never looked at home in Chelsea blue.

The club were trying to replace him as early as last January when Olivier Giroud was brought in from Arsenal.

There has been a similar striker-go-round this winter due to Maurizio Sarri’s dissatisfaction with the former Juventus man. He has got his preferred centre forward in Gonzalo Higuain with Michy Batshuayi also making way. AC Milan have replaced the Argentina international with Krzysztof Piątek and Morata has landed a dream move to his boyhood club Atletico Madrid where he can attempt to resurrect his career. And he can do it away from what is shaping up to be an impending disaster at the Bridge.


LOSERS: ARSENAL


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The transfer window started dismally for Arsenal with Unai Emery admitting that the club would be unable to land any permanent deals this January as there simply were not the funds available.

That came as shock to many Arsenal fans who were perhaps hoping for upgrades in the defensive and midfield areas, which required bolstering.

Then came the news that Aaron Ramsey, who Arsenal decided against renewing, would be signing for perennial Italian champions Juventus.

To top it all off head of recruitment Sven Mislintat departed the club barely a year after taking up the job. At the death, they missed out on Ivan Perisic and the signing on loan of Barcelona reserve Denis Suarez reeks of desperation.


WINNER: KEVIN-PRINCE BOATENG


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Barcelona’s desperate search for a backup striker took them down some pretty unlikely paths this January with former Middlesbrough forward Cristhian Stuani in the running at one stage to play understudy to Lionel Messi and Luis Suarez.

That role in the end went to 31-year-old journeyman Kevin-Prince Boateng, familiar to Premier League fans as a one-time Tottenham and Portsmouth midfielder. He plays as a centre forward these days and was in decent nick for Sassuolo in Serie A before the winter break and a pelvic injury put him out of action.

He has some La Liga pedigree having played a season there for Las Palmas but can probably scarcely believe his luck now that he gets to train alongside the best player in the world every day.


LOSERS: PSG


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Frenkie De Jong ultimately opted for Barcelona after becoming the most-sought after asset in the market. Ajax will profit to the tune of €75m for the sale of their midfielder, but will hold onto him until the summer. PSG were with Barca every step of the way but could not attract the young Dutch standout.

Instead they went for Zenit’s Leandro Parades at a vastly inflated €42m, who has pulled up no trees in Russia. Other targets they failed on were Everton’s Idrissa Gueye and Julian Weigl.

Worse still has been the news that Neymar is confirmed absent for at least 10 weeks with a metatarsal injury. He will miss their Champions League double-header against Manchester United.

They also face the prospect of losing wantaway midfielder Adrien Rabiot on a free in summer, with Thomas Tuchel having been forced to reintegrate the exiled midfielder into his plans late in the window.


WINNERS: BORUSSIA DORTMUND


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It’s not every team that can command around €60m for one of their fringe players but Borussia Dortmund managed exactly that in selling Christian Pulisic to Chelsea. The American is destined to be one of his country’s finest ever players but if he cannot get into the Dortmund team right now what chance has he got of making the Chelsea team?

He has suffered this season due to the presence of two new players in Jadon Sancho and Paco Alcacer. Those two – along with Marco Reus – have been too hot for the Bundesliga with Dortmund sitting top. Pulisic has been watching from the bench and with good reason too. He is not on their level.


LOSER: PEP GUARDIOLA


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Speaking of Jadon Sancho, Manchester City lost two of their shining prospects this January in Brahim Diaz to Real Madrid and Rabbi Matondo to Schalke. Those two transfers – like Sancho – confirmed that the very best youngsters will seek a path away from City unless they can get some minutes under Pep Guardiola.

He has been fruitlessly chasing another midfielder – with Frenkie De Jong not being convinced about the project on offer in Manchester. Guardiola has been at pains to explain that City won’t be held to ransom over wages and fees – despite their Abu Dhabi-derived wealth – but the list of targets they are failing to land is becoming longer by the window.


WINNERS: MLS


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Major League Soccer is coming to be known as one of the best developmental leagues for young talent anywhere in the world. That is proven by the calibre of club which is looking Stateside to recruit talents this January.  

Newcastle shattered their club transfer record and MLS’ historic mark to attract playmaker Miguel Almiron from champions Atlanta United.

This winter, Canada forward Alphonso Davies joined Bayern Munich from the Vancouver Whitecaps and defender Chris Richards from FC Dallas was also signed by the German giants after a spell on loan.

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RB Leipzig acquired Tyler Adams from sister club the New York Red Bulls while Zack Steffen is due to join Manchester City from Columbus Crew in summer.

MLS has a burgeoning reputation of being the ideal middle ground between the rough and tumble South American league and the rigours of the top level in Europe. And as more young players see the likes of Almiron and Acosta ahead of them earning big moves, the more they might be inclined to follow.

Atlanta have already paid a record fee to sign Gonzalo ‘Pity’ Martinez from River Plate as Almiron’s replacement while Lucas Rodriguez has moved to DC on an initial loan deal.



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Copa del Rey report: Girona 1 Real Madrid 3 (3-7 agg)



Real Madrid are through to the semi-finals of the Copa del Rey after completing a 7-3 aggregate success over Girona on Thursday.

Karim Benzema scored a superb double as Real Madrid won 3-1 at Girona to complete a 7-3 aggregate success and cruise into the semi-finals of the Copa del Rey.

A Sergio Ramos brace established a comfortable cushion for Madrid in the first leg and Benzema capitalised with two first-half strikes at Estadi Montilivi in Thursday’s return.

The former France international has now hit five goals in his last three appearances as he continues to thrive under the leadership of Madrid coach Santiago Solari.

Pedro Porro’s strike proved only a consolation as Marcos Llorente wrapped up the scoring – meaning Madrid join Real Betis, Valencia and holders Barcelona in the draw for the last four of the competition.


Girona needed a fast start and they hit the woodwork in the second minute, Alex Granell’s inswinging free-kick from wide on the right wing crashing back off the crossbar.

But Madrid took the lead in the 27th minute, Benzema swapping passes with Dani Carvajal to create space before thrashing a swerving drive past goalkeeper Gorka Iraizoz.

And Benzema put the tie beyond Girona before half-time, curling a wonderful strike beyond Iraizoz and in off the far post after linking up with Vinicius Junior.

Madrid should have added a third but when Iraizoz made a good save from substitute Marco Asensio, Lucas Vazquez somehow managed to hit the post with the goal gaping.

And while Porro beat Keylor Navas in the 71st minute to briefly spark hope for Girona, they had left themselves far too much to do and Llorente’s fine run and 20-yard drive settled matters.


What does it mean? Benzema flourishing as Asensio and Bale return

Injuries to Asensio and Gareth Bale have left Benzema as the main man for Madrid and he has shone in the spotlight. Both Asensio and Bale are back now, but with Vinicius impressing again Solari now has decisions to make over the shape of his attack.

Benzema earns his rest

Striker Benzema was always the lowest profile member of the famous ‘BBC’ Madrid forward line comprising of himself, Bale and the departed Cristiano Ronaldo. But Benzema is on his hottest streak of scoring form for some time, and it was no surprise Solari took the chance to rest him early in the second half, bringing on the fit-again Asensio in his place.

Iraizoz caught out of position

Benzema’s first goal was a vicious strike, but when he sees replays Iraizoz may feel he should have done better. The Girona goalkeeper took a step the wrong way, giving himself no chance of stopping the attempt.

What’s next?

Madrid’s momentum will be threatened by Sunday’s visit of high-flying Deportivo Alaves in LaLiga. After facing Madrid twice – plus league leaders Barcelona – over the last week, Girona will hope a trip to Eibar is less testing.





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Girona v Real Madrid Match Report, 31/01/2019, Copa del Rey



Girona 1 Real Madrid 3 (3-7 agg): Benzema brace helps secure semi-final spot

Real Madrid are through to the semi-finals of the Copa del Rey after completing a 7-3 aggregate success over Girona on Thursday.

Karim Benzema scored a superb double as Real Madrid won 3-1 at Girona to complete a 7-3 aggregate success and cruise into the semi-finals of the Copa del Rey.

A Sergio Ramos brace established a comfortable cushion for Madrid in the first leg and Benzema capitalised with two first-half strikes at Estadi Montilivi in Thursday’s return.

The former France international has now hit five goals in his last three appearances as he continues to thrive under the leadership of Madrid coach Santiago Solari.

Pedro Porro’s strike proved only a consolation as Marcos Llorente wrapped up the scoring – meaning Madrid join Real Betis, Valencia and holders Barcelona in the draw for the last four of the competition.

Girona needed a fast start and they hit the woodwork in the second minute, Alex Granell’s inswinging free-kick from wide on the right wing crashing back off the crossbar.

But Madrid took the lead in the 27th minute, Benzema swapping passes with Dani Carvajal to create space before thrashing a swerving drive past goalkeeper Gorka Iraizoz.

And Benzema put the tie beyond Girona before half-time, curling a wonderful strike beyond Iraizoz and in off the far post after linking up with Vinicius Junior.

Madrid should have added a third but when Iraizoz made a good save from substitute Marco Asensio, Lucas Vazquez somehow managed to hit the post with the goal gaping.

And while Porro beat Keylor Navas in the 71st minute to briefly spark hope for Girona, they had left themselves far too much to do and Llorente’s fine run and 20-yard drive settled matters.

What does it mean? Benzema flourishing as Asensio and Bale return

Injuries to Asensio and Gareth Bale have left Benzema as the main man for Madrid and he has shone in the spotlight. Both Asensio and Bale are back now, but with Vinicius impressing again Solari now has decisions to make over the shape of his attack.

Benzema earns his rest

Striker Benzema was always the lowest profile member of the famous ‘BBC’ Madrid forward line comprising of himself, Bale and the departed Cristiano Ronaldo. But Benzema is on his hottest streak of scoring form for some time, and it was no surprise Solari took the chance to rest him early in the second half, bringing on the fit-again Asensio in his place.

Iraizoz caught out of position

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Benzema’s first goal was a vicious strike, but when he sees replays Iraizoz may feel he should have done better. The Girona goalkeeper took a step the wrong way, giving himself no chance of stopping the attempt.

What’s next?

Madrid’s momentum will be threatened by Sunday’s visit of high-flying Deportivo Alaves in LaLiga. After facing Madrid twice – plus league leaders Barcelona – over the last week, Girona will hope a trip to Eibar is less testing.





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Transfers: Shinji Kagawa joins Besiktas on loan



The Japanese star confirmed his desire to join a LaLiga club but the has instead left Borussia Dortmund for the Turkish side

Besiktas have sealed the loan signing of Shinji Kagawa from Borussia Dortmund.

The Japan international joins Besiktas until the end of the season after falling out of favour at the Bundesliga leaders.

Kagawa had started one Bundesliga game this term for Dortmund, who currently hold a six-point lead on second-place Bayern Munich

But the former Manchester United midfielder will instead spend the rest of the campaign in Turkey‘s Super Lig.

“Shinji is not only an outstanding football player, but also a great friend of our club,” said Dortmund’s sporting director Michael Zorc. “We did not want to deny him this request.”

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Kagawa had previously stated his preference to play in Spain, a league suited to his ability on the ball, but the Japan star will now move to Turkey to join the Super Lig side.

Besiktas are sixth in the table despite taking four points out of a possible six since the Super Lig’s mid-season break.

Next up for Besiktas is a match with Bursaspor on Sunday.





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Barcelona Transfer News: Catalans bring forward signing of Toulouse’s Jean Clair Todibo



The teenager was expected to move to Camp Nou in July, but Barca have snapped him up at the end of the window after striking a deal with his club

Barcelona have confirmed that Toulouse youngster Jean-Clair Todibo will join the club immediately after bringing forward a transfer previously agreed for the end of the current season.

Todibo, 19, was out of contract at the Ligue 1 side in June 2019, and had already struck terms with Barca to move on a free transfer when his current deal expires.

But after negotiations between the two clubs, the Catalans have now revealed that he will be presented as a new signing in the current window.

Todibo will be presented as a Barca player on Friday and will wear the No. 6 jersey vacated by Denis Suarez when the midfielder moved on loan to Arsenal.

“FC Barcelona and Toulouse FC have come to an agreement over the French player Jean-Clair Todibo, with whom the Blaugrana had agreed a transfer from July 1 2019,” the club signalled in a statement.

“The agreement signed includes the immediate arrival of the French player, who will sign a contract with the club for the next four and a half seasons, until the end of the 2022-23 campaign.

“The French player will wear the number six. A shirt which players like Guillermo Amor, Xavi Hernandez, Dani Alves or Denis Suarez, the last to use it, have worn.”

Todibo is the second defensive signing of the current window for Barcelona, who also recruited Valencia‘s Jeison Murillo on a loan deal.

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Born in Cayenne, French Guyana, the player came up through the ranks of the Toulouse youth system after moving to the team in 2016.

This season he established himself in the heart of the Toulouse defence, but strained relations at the club with his refusal to sign a new contract.

The teenager made 10 starts in Ligue 1 for his club prior to being frozen out of the first team in November, scoring one goal.



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Leicester City complete signing of Monaco’s Youri Tielemans



Impressive coup for the Foxes

Leicester City have completed the loan signing of Monaco midfielder Youri Tielemans with Adrien Silva moving the other way as part of the deal.

The Foxes have been linked with a move for Tielemans for a number of weeks now.

Monaco are obviously in a very difficult position and could potentially suffer relegation from Ligue 1 if they don’t buck their ideas up.

Leonardo Jardim has returned to the club and Monaco have made a plethora of first-team signings which could have pushed Tielemans out the door.

Portuguese midfielder Adrien Silva went in the other direction on loan after failing to impress at the King Power.

Though, Monaco’s loss could be Leicester’s gain in relation to Tielemans.

That is because the Belgian was so highly rated during his time at Anderlecht.

Should Claude Puel get the best out of the midfielder, it could be a very shrewd piece of business.

Claude Puel

WOLVERHAMPTON, ENGLAND – JANUARY 19: Claude Puel, Manager of Leicester City looks on prior to the Premier League match between Wolverhampton Wanderers and Leicester City at Molineux on January 19, 2019 in Wolverhampton, United Kingdom. (Photo by Clive Mason/Getty Images)

Excited to get going at his new club

Now, Tielemans has been speaking about his move.

Safe to say, he’s very excited to get started at his new club and is excited to play in the Premier League.

“I’m really excited to get going,” he explained to the Leicester official website. 

The Premier League is one of the best leagues in the world and when I was young, I always watched Premier League games.

“I’m really happy to be here and I’m excited to get started.

“It’s a big family. Everybody is really kind and really good with me. I think it will be really good here.”

Man City thrown a lifeline by referee Martin Atkinson as Naby Keita was screwed vs Leicester

Leicester were in the headlines on Wednesday and not because of the transfer window.

It was because Liverpool were denied what looked to be a penalty against Leicester.

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Chelsea transfer news: Tottenham allowed to open talks with rivals Blues over loan star Batshuayi



The Blues forward is keen on a move but his options are narrowing, with a rival stepping into the breach

Michy Batshuayi is still looking for an escape route from his nightmare loan move from Chelsea to Valencia, as rivals Tottenham begin talks over a possible deal, Goal understands. 

Chelsea are unwilling to loan their 25-year-old striker to Spurs so they would only entertain a permanent deal from their fiercest rivals, while they are also asking for around £35 million ($46m).

Everton were also interested in the Belgium international but have been scared off by the asking price, while West Ham have failed in their attempts over a loan deal.

Real Betis have left the race to sign Batshuayi after having a loan offer accepted, because it was conditional on offloading Sergio Leon, who will now stay in Seville.

Batshuayi is understood to be desperate to find an escape route from his Valencia loan deal where he has only managed three goals in 10 starts.

Monaco had agreed a deal to take over Valencia’s remaining six months of their loan deal, but Chelsea held off allowing him to leave as they preferred to sell one of their 42-strong loan group.

Batshuayi has been training in Valencia, after a temporary lay-off to look for a club in Brussels, but the Liga side remain hopeful they will be able to get the striker’s high salary off their wage bill.

Valencia coach Marcelino suggested earlier in January that he was running out of patience with Batshuayi after substituting the forward during a shock Copa del Rey defeat to Sporting Gijon.

Batshuayi was given only 45 minutes before being substituted, in a decision Marcelino defended as “tactical” after the final whistle.

But the coach also let slip his concerns over his attacking options in strong post-match comments.

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“We need signings up front. In some cases our patience has run out,” he fired to reporters, while stopping short of naming either Batshuayi or Kevin Gameiro as the subject of his ire.

Chelsea boss Maurizio Sarri is also understood to not be interested in bringing back Batshuayi, with Gonzalo Higuain and Olivier Giroud to be his two strikers for the remainder of the season.

Neil Jones and Paco Rico contributed to this story. 



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Tielemans was in the right place at the wrong time with Monaco but could be a game-changer for Leicester


The Belgium international will offer an improvement to Leicester’s midfield as they continue their attempts to diversify away from counterattacking

Youri Tielemans was in the right place at the wrong time. Joining Monaco in the summer of 2017 was supposed to be his big step in the right direction.

He has long been regarded as the breakout star-in-waiting of Belgian football and the Ligue 1 champions should have been the perfect move. But that summer Monaco were hollowed out.

Headlining the departures was wonderkid Kylian Mbappe, who moved to Paris St-Germain on a controversial loan deal.

Manchester City picked up both Bernardo Silva and Benjamin Mendy, and Tiemoue Bakayoko joined Chelsea.

The standard of those players coming in – overall – was not as high and Monaco had no chance of overhauling PSG and repeating their feat of winning the French championship and remaining competitive in the Champions League.

And within a remodelled squad, Tielemans struggled to find his place.

The return of Leonardo Jardim and the subsequent departure of the young Belgium midfielder this month are very much in sync. Jardim is a naturally conservative coach and prefers to play with two deep midfield players to stymie opposition attacks.

The platform of Bakayoko and Joao Moutinho in the title-winning team gave Bernardo, Mbappe and Radamel Falcao the freedom to win games.

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Tielemans though is a very different kind of footballer to Bakayoko. While he can win the ball adeptly, he is primarily a playmaker with an eye for goal. A midfield of Tielemans and Moutinho was not built to coexist, certainly not in a Jardim system.

He made only 19 starts in his first season at Monaco and never truly convinced. And this season – though Tielemans has played more often – things all around him have plummeted.

Once Moutinho was sold to Wolves, Monaco simply did not have enough quality in the squad any more. Thierry Henry, who replaced Jardim, was often forced to play with unproven young players before his harsh dismissal last week.

As such, Tielemans had no one to play with.

Tielemans

He is a tempo-setter; the kind of player who makes others play better. But he requires a well-functioning unit around him. As has proven with Monaco, he is the type of player who can fail in the wrong system.

However, Leicester City fans should be excited by this signing. He is a premium talent and one who could very well go on to world class level. They are picking him up at a time when his stock is not at its highest, but he should not be written off as damaged goods.

He will come into the Leicester line-up and immediately dictate the play. He should slot in alongside Wilfried Ndidi but see a lot more of the ball than the Nigerian. That is if Puel can be persuaded to ease Namplays Mendy out of the lineup. Leicester fan frustration has centred on the team’s inability to get the ball moving effectively through the midfield and to connect the defence and attack. Tielemans is a progressive option in this sense and should bring about an improvement.

He is comfortable receiving a pass to feet in midfield with his back to the opposition goal and excels in turning with the ball either left or right. He has a happy knack of being able to go past people in midfield and that should help Leicester tilt the numbers game further up the field. And if Tielemans finds himself with a chance to strike at goal, expect him to take it. He possesses a goal threat from distance.

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Tielemans may only be 21 but already has vast experience. He started in the Anderlecht first team aged only 16, like Romelu Lukaku before him, and captained the team when he won his second Belgian title at the age of 20.

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He forced his way into Roberto Martinez’s Belgium squad for the World Cup last summer and featured in their most memorable victory at an international tournament, that being the win against Brazil in the quarter finals.

Those who have worked with Tielemans speak of a top mentality and describe him as a midfielder who is technically gifted. His range of passing – short or long – is unerring and that should help a Leicester team attempting to become more possession-based under Claude Puel. He will be tasked with becoming the main man.

Monaco might well come to be regarded as a mis-step but the move to Leicester will reinvigorate him. This could well be a game-changing signing.



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Leicester City transfer news: Youri Tielemans joins on loan from Monaco



The 21-year-old Belgium international makes the move to the Premier League for the remainder of the season while Adrien Silva moves the other way

Leicester City have announced the signing of Belgium international Youri Tielemans on loan for the remainder of the 2018-19 season, with Adrien Silva heading the other way to the Ligue 1 side from the rest of the current campaign.

“I’m really excited to get going,” Tielemans told LCFC TV. “The Premier League is one of the best leagues in the world and when I was young, I always watched Premier League games. I’m really happy to be here and I’m excited to get started.

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“It’s a big family. Everybody is really kind and really good with me. I think it will be really good here.”

The 21-year-old will be looking to get back on track a career that looked so promising when he made the move to the principality club from Anderlecht in the summer of 2017.

More to follow…



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