Real Madrid plot move for Real Betis star

first_img Promoted ContentCan Playing Too Many Video Games Hurt Your Body?5 Of The World’s Most Unique Theme ParksThe Most Exciting Cities In The World To VisitCouples Who Celebrated Their Union In A Unique, Unforgettable WayTop 8 Best Looking US First Ladies EverWho Earns More Than Ronaldo?What Happens To Your Brain When You Play Too Much Video Games?Top 10 Most Romantic Nations In The World9 Facts You Should Know Before Getting A TattooTop 10 Iconic Personalities On TV NowWhat Are The Most Delicious Foods Out There?11 Strange Facts About Your Favorite TV Shows Read Also: Real Madrid stars in quarantine over coronavirus outbreak The report adds that Fekir could be available for €25m this coming summer for Los Blancos, who could also include Dani Ceballos in any such deal. Ceballos – formerly of Betis, where he progressed through their academy – is currently on a season-long loan deal at Arsenal in the Premier League. FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Real Madrid are already planning their summer signings and have identified Real Betis playmaker Nabil Fekir as a transfer target. The news is reported by fichajes.net and the report claims that the France international’s starring role in Sunday’s 2-1 win for Los Verdiblancos against Madrid merely intensified interest. Loading… center_img The 26-year-old has netted seven goals and provided three assists in his 23 matches for Betis since his landmark summer switch from French club Olympique Lyonnais. Indeed, that signing was viewed as a significant coup for the Seville-based club and it has been widely reported that another club could swoop this coming summer.Advertisement Nabil Fekir au Real Madrid Bonne ou mauvaise idée ? pic.twitter.com/e2q4kouGTe— InstantMadrid (@InstantMadrid) March 10, 2020last_img read more

Colombia win football gold medal at the 23rd Central American and Caribbean Games, beating Venezuela

first_imgBarranquilla (Colombia), Aug 1: Hosts Colombia have won the football gold medal at the 23rd Central American and Caribbean Games, beating Venezuela 2-1 in the final at the Romelio Martinez Stadium here.Honduras won the bronze-medal match after crushing Haiti 3-0 on Tuesday, reports EFE news agency.The hosts took the lead early in the final after a Luis Sandoval shot touched Venezuelan Jean Gutierrez for an own goal in the 11th minute.They scored again in the 32nd minute to make it 2-0 after Leonardo Castro fired home from on a free kick.However, the Venezuelans fought back with a goal four minutes later as Yohandry Orozco scored on a rebound. (IANS)last_img

MIGHTY VASILIKA RALLIES TO WIN GRADE I, $500,000 GAMELY STAKES BY ONE LENGTH UNDER PRAT; TRAINED BY HOLLENDORFER, SHE GETS 1 1/8 MILES  ON GRASS IN 1:48.07

first_imgBy Art WilsonSouthern Calif. NewsGroup [email protected]   Sham73 on TwitterMIGHTY VASILIKA RALLIES TO WIN GRADE I, $500,000 GAMELY STAKES BY ONE LENGTH UNDER PRAT; TRAINED BY HOLLENDORFER, SHE GETS 1 1/8 MILES  ON GRASS IN 1:48.07 ARCADIA, Calif. (May 27, 2019)– Trainer Jerry Hollendorfer’s brilliant 5-year-old mare, Vasilika, continued to make her connections proud since being claimed for $40,000 in February 2018 at Santa Anita when she won Monday’s $500,000 Grade I Gamely Stakes in her usual come-from-behind fashion.Vasilika, a daughter of Skipshot, made it four victories in a row and 12 of 14 for her connections since the claim. The streak includes seven graded-stakes victories — two in Grade I events — and her latest came by one length over Rymska, a top-notch 5-year-old mare trained by Chad Brown.“I can’t believe she makes those kind of stretch runs. She has a great big turn of foot, which most horses don’t have. She continues to do it,” Hollendorfer said after Vasilika rallied from sixth in the eight-horse field to win the 1 1/8-mile turf race, running the distance in 1:48.07 as the even-money favorite.Hollendorfer, asked if Vasilika has exceeded expectations for her new owners, flashed his usual dry humor.“That’s safe to say,” he said.He didn’t offer any specific reasons why the ownership group, which includes Hollendorfer, reached in and claimed her.“A lot of times people are just looking for a horse, and we probably were, too,” Hollendorfer said. “We had to shake a little bit for her, but we ended up getting her. A lot of luck involved here.”Hollendorfer’s best claim ever?“I think so, yeah. Probably so,” he said.It’s been a tough year for Hollendorfer, who lost three of the 26 horses that have died at Santa Anita since Dec. 26. Battle of Midway, the 2017 Breeders’ Cup Dirt Mile winner, was among the fatalities. He also lost Kochees, injured Saturday and then euthanized Sunday morning after surgery couldn’t save his life.“It’s always good to have a win,” he said. “It picks everybody up, but we’re always thinking about our horses and we’re certainly pretty sad when they get hurt.”Hollendorfer said there were no signs that Kochees would suffer a fatal injury in Saturday’s sixth race, a $10,000 claimer.“We wouldn’t have led him over to run if we didn’t like him,” he said. “We thought he would run real well. We thought he would win.”He’s confident his barn followed all safety protocols put in place by The Stronach Group before the race.“In my mind, there is absolutely no doubt that we’ve done every single thing properly with Kochees and all the rest of our horses, too,” Hollendorfer said.last_img read more