United are lining up a move for Paris Saint-Germain star Neymar according to a report in the
They claim United have told the Brazilian they will rival Real Madrid to sign him if he quits PSG this summer.
But, he wouldn’t come cheap as It is expected he would cost in excess of £200million. However, United have reportedly made it clear they will pay a world record fee to land him and match his £30million a year wages to bring him to Old Trafford
Arsenal and England midfielder, Jack Wilshere and his wife Adriani Michael have welcomed their first child together.
The 26-year-old footballer took to his Instagram page this night to announce the birth of his newborn daughter, named Siena
Sharing an adorable photo of himself cradling his newborn daughter while posing with wife in the hospital, he wrote: ‘Siena, my princess, you don’t even know how loved you are. Thank you @andriani_wilshere for our beautiful baby girl, we are blessed I can’t wait for you to meet your brother and sister. Unfortunately, the mrs didn’t like the name Arsena ???? thank you for the nice messages ??. ‘
This is the couple’s first child together and Wilshere’s third overall. He already has two children, Archie and Delilah with his previous partner, Lauren Neil.
??Chelsea FC have been charged by the FA for failing to control their players during their 1-1 draw with Huddersfield Town at Stamford Bridge on Wednesday night.
The draw at home sealed the Terriers place in the Premier League for 2018/19, but did no favours for the Blues, who now look set to miss out on Champions League football.
During the clash, Chelsea players were displeased with their opponents’ perceived gamesmanship throughout the evening, but tensions boiled over after referee Lee Mason awarded a corner during stoppage time only to blowing his whistle for half-time just as the Blues were about to take it.
Things got out of hand as several players approached the match official to protest, joined by their manager Antonio Conte. There was even need for stewards to get between the players and the referee as Mason tried making his way off of the pitch at the interval.
The FA have since levelled a charge against the Blues, with a statement (via the ?Daily Mail) reading: “Chelsea have been charged with failing to ensure their players and/or officials conducted themselves in an orderly fashion. The incident occurred at half-time of yesterday’s game against Huddersfield Town. Chelsea have until 6pm on Tuesday [15 May 2018] to respond to the charge.”
Antonio Rudiger had to be dragged away from remonstrating with the match officials by Blues coach Carlo Cudicini, while Cesc Fabregas and Cesar Azpilicueta were also heavily involved.