Sandro Tonali gets smashed by the English press, Juventus ruins Dortmund's plans for the future


By: Manu Tournoux

Sandro Tonali takes bets on his future

In England, what is making the headlines of course is the new announcement from the English federation on Sandro Tonali. Caught by the Italian patrol in a sports betting affair, the transalpine community is now pinned down by the English authorities. As written by Daily Express this morning, the Italian player risks new sanctions while he is already serving a sentence which runs until August. According to The Sun, he is said to have bet on Newcastle matches this season. This information appeals to the country's journalists who say they are shocked, because he had promised to work on his addiction. THE Daily Mirror dedicates an incriminating article to him to say that he did not respect the Magpies, because he allegedly made more than 50 bets after joining the English club, even though he knew the risks. Ultimately, Newcastle leaders hope that his future sanction will be served at the same time as the current suspension.

Juve put under pressure

The front page of Tuttosport pays tribute to the young talents of Juventus, but especially to Yildiz. The Turk could inherit number 10 next season. The Piedmontese are seriously counting on him for the future. He currently has a contract until June 2027, but the managers are doing their utmost to extend it. The player would first like to have guarantees on his playing time before even talking about a new lease. Be careful, Dortmund is following him very closely.

Endrick, the new king of Madrid

In the light of A.S. this Friday, once again, we find Endrick. The people of Madrid have become completely fans of the Brazilian after his very good matches with his selection. Real's investment in the 17-year-old young player is already seen as justified given his performances. The Spanish club should spend 35 million euros +25 in bonuses for this young crack, but several managers estimate that he is really worth 300 million euros, so no regrets.

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