Real Madrid’s Dynamic Trio: Vinicius, Rodrygo, and Camavinga Strengthen Bonds On and Off the Pitch with Joint Workouts

For the upcoming season, Camavinga, Vinicius, and Rodrygo train together. On and off the field, there is established brotherly love. Real Madrid’s three promising young players will lead Laliga in the upcoming seasons and restore the Spanish royal team to its former glory.













Pep Guardiola will maintain crunch Speaking as the Man City star considers a lucrative move to Saudi Arabia

In light of Saudi Arabia’s interest, Riyad Mahrez will speak with Pep Guardiola about his future with Manchester City.

Three-peat winners Although no formal bid has been made yet, City is preparing for a £30 million offer from Al-Ahli for the Algerian international. According to reports, Mahrez, 33, still has two years left on his contract, and Guardiola would like him to stay.

Mahrez, however, might join the ranks of other Premier League stars who play in the lucrative Saudi league, where he can earn three times as much money. Mahrez currently makes about £150,000 per week at City, but if he moves to the Saudi league, his pay could soar to £450,000 per week.

Winger Mahrez may decide it’s time to move on after becoming dissatisfied with his lack of playing time toward the end of the previous campaign. Mahrez wants guarantees about playing time at City before making a decision because he was an inactive substitute in both the Champions League and FA Cup finals.

Al-Ahli, one of the league’s original four clubs, along with Al-Nassr, Al-Hilal, and Al-Ittihad, were taken over by the nation’s Public Investment Fund (PIF), which also owns Newcastle United, earlier last month. They have since been promoted back to the Saudi top-flight. If Mahrez decides to sign with Al-Ahli, he will team up with Edouard Mendy, a former Chelsea star who joined the Saudi club last month.

Mahrez’s decision to move to the Middle East, where he has scored 78 goals in 236 games for City, would be a major victory for the Saudi Super League. Bernardo Silva, a teammate, has also been mentioned in transfer rumors.

Jordan Henderson, the captain of Liverpool, is reportedly close to signing a contract after the Knights of Ad-Dahna made him an unbelievable offer of £700,000 per week. His current salary at Liverpool, where he currently earns £190,000 per week, would more than quadruple.

Kop Outs, a Liverpool LGBT+ organization, was outraged by the developments and on Thursday issued a statement in which they expressed their hope that Henderson would “prove to be a man of his word” and stay in England. “Kop Outs have valued Jordan Henderson’s allyship,” they declared.

“We are horrified and alarmed that anyone would consider working for a sportswashing operation for a government that oppresses women and LGBT+ people and consistently tops the list of countries that execute people. Jordan Henderson has so far been the epitome of our club’s values, so we hope he can prove to be a man of his word and uphold them.


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