According to journalist German Garcia Grova, Villarreal have agreed personal terms with Giovani Lo Celso as a loan deal with Tottenham edges closer. The Argentine midfielder is unwanted by Antonio Conte and he is nearing a second loan move to the Spanish side. Villarreal came out winners from the loan deal when they signed Lo Celso last January. The midfielder was a crucial part of Unai Emery’s side that reached the Champions League semi-finals, beating Bayern Munich along the way.
Media personality Frankie Bridge has spoken about ex-footballer husband Wayne Bridge and how she likes the way the former Chelsea and Manchester City left-back parents her in their marriage. Frankie talked extensively about his marriage with Wayne Bridge in one of the episodes of Loose Women aired last month.
33-year-old Frankie Bridge discussed the dynamics of her marriage with Wayne Bridge on the Loose Women show alongside fellow panellists Nadia Sawalha, Carol McGiffin and Kaye Adams. Frankie Bridge talked about her marriage while the four co-host discussed the topic of parenting their partners and if they feel guilty about it. Continue reading FRANKIE SPEAKS ON MARRIAGE WITH WAYNE
Manchester United talisman Cristiano Ronaldo was a surprise omission from the list of the toughest opponents Wayne Bridge faced in his career. Portuguese international Ronaldo was an obvious absentee after Wayne Bridge was asked to name his toughest opponents earlier this season.
In a chat with Betting Expert, Wayne Bridge mentioned compatriots Aaron Lennon, Shaun Wright-Phillips, Kieron Dyer and Joe Cole as his toughest opponents in addition to Manchester City star RiyadMahrez. He mentioned those five players as his toughest opponents. Continue reading BRIDGE OMITS RONALDO FROM ‘TOUGH OPPONENTS’ LIST
Wayne Bridge scored once in 36 appearances during his seven-year stay with the England senior national team. The left-back played for both the England u-18s and u-21s before he was given a call-up to the senior team by Swede Sven-Goran Eriksson. Virtually all his managers in the England youth team setup predicted that Wayne Bridge will play for the senior team and that prediction came to pass when he was given an invitation to the senior team and the defender made his first full cap against the Netherlands on February 13, 2002. Wayne Bridge proved himself quickly as a reliable left-back and he went on to make two appearances at the 2002 FIFA World Cup tournament in Japan and South Korea. All his appearances at the World Cup in Korea and Japan came as a substitute.
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English left-back Wayne Bridge signed for Manchester City after they agreed an undisclosed fee believed to be around £10m with Chelsea for the player. Wayne Bridge left West London giants Chelsea to join Manchester City during the 2009 winter transfer window. He signed for the club while Mark Hughes was the Manchester City manager.
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England international left-back Wayne Bridge moved to Chelsea from Southampton in 2003. The Blues paid £7m plus Graeme Le Saux to secure the transfer of the player. He was a regular in the Chelsea team in his debut season at the club. Wayne Bridge produced his finest moment in an Arsenal shirt as he found the back of the net with a very good goal to give Chelsea a 2-1 win away from home in their Champions League quarterfinal second leg clash. His goal gave the Blues a 3-2 aggregate win as they progressed into the last four of the competition. It also ended a run of 18 games without a win for Chelsea in all competitions.
Wayne Bridge won his first trophy at Chelsea with the Premier League title at the end of the 2004/05 season under manager Jose Mourinho. The left-back started the season as the first choice before he sustained an ankle injury during an FA Cup tie with Newcastle United in February 2014. He was absent for the remainder of the season but the player had already made 15 appearances in the league, which was more than enough for a medal. Continue reading BRIDGE: CHELSEA MAJOR HONOURS REVEALED
The signing of Belgium international striker Romelu Lukaku has given the Blues a new identity, according to Chelsea manager Thomas Tuchel. The big Belgian sealed an audacious return to Stamford Bridge this summer after Chelsea agreed a £97 million fee with Italian Serie A giants Inter Milan following the brilliant season, he had with the Italian club last season as he helped them to win the league title. Lukaku was courted by Chelsea some weeks ago after the English club failed in their attempt to convince German Bundesliga side Borussia Dortmund for the transfer of striker ErlingHaaland.
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One of the most talked-about transfer sagas of all time (arguably) has finally been wrapped up and completed. English Premier League giants Manchester United have finally completed the signing of Jadon Sancho from German Bundesliga giants Borussia Dortmund and it has left the club’s fans in a very ecstatic and exciting mood. The transfer rumor that lasted for over two years has now finally been announced to have been completed, with both United and Dortmund releasing official announcements that they have both reached an agreement in principle for the transfer of the England international forward.
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Former Chelsea fullback Wayne Bridge is certain thatTottenham Hotspur striker Harry Kane will pick Premier League champions Manchester City ahead of Chelsea. Wayne Bridge played for both Chelsea and Manchester City before he made the decision to hang up his boots.
Continue reading KANE WILL PICK CITY OVER CHELSEA – BRIDGE
Retired English left-back played for seven more clubs after his beloved Southampton. He came through the Saints Academy before making his professional debut for Southampton in 1998. He scored two goals in 198 appearances for the Saints in the Premier League.
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