The other big question is … Pogba or Haaland? French is Zidane’s endeavor, an old endeavor, it would be the third time that the white entity tried to hire them. The Norwegian striker, Haaland, is a necessity, given Madrid’s lack of goal (the double season averaged three goals per game and in this interrupted one it does not reach two), and even more so after the frustrated signing of Jovic (21 years old, 60 million, two goals in 24 games with Madrid). It is not clear that Madrid may not even sign one of the two, Pogba or Haaland, this summer. What is clear is that, to both, in no case.PATRIK STOLLARZ & nbsp; (AFP) ‘); return false; “class =” item-multimedia “>PATRIK STOLLARZ (AFP) Pogba’s case is different: a ready-made footballer (27 years old) on which to build a project. Or so Zidane sees it. The problem is that the directive, led by Florentino, does not think the same. Zidane wants it but not Florentino. As AS has published, Pogba is at the right time to sign him, he has a contract until 2021 and, although United can extend it one more unilaterally, the foundations have been laid for his departure. Pogba would prioritize Madrid, but he needs to get the offer. Between one or the other, Pogba or Haaland, Raiola would not care … the two players are his. What the coaching staff values in its meetings with Madrid’s general management at this time is which line, midfield or forward, is most important to reinforce. Speaking of the front, there are voices that indicate that Jovic, still very young, must be given a vote of confidence or at least a second chance. There are also accounts of what Asensio and Hazard can contribute face to door, who have lost practically all this season due to their injuries. Either way, there is evidence: Borussia does not want to release Haaland until 2022. Getting him to do it now can be very expensive: he is the forward of the future, he is 19 years old and can go for more than 100 million.PHIL NOBLE & nbsp; (REUTERS) ‘); return false; “class =” item-multimedia “>PHIL NOBLE (REUTERS) In this tense impass in which football is found, With the uncertainty about their finances, the range of possibilities that opens up for Madrid is enormous. There is a marked roadmap but it is not known if it can be carried out. The ultimate goal of Madrid, as this newspaper has been telling, is undertake the signing of Mbappé in 2021. It is a strategy that is playing for the long term. The key is that the Frenchman, who ends his contract in 2022, does not renew. And at the moment he is succeeding.
Jason Puncheon (Crystal Palace) – £6m – Click right for more top Fantasy Premier League tips – The 29-year-old could well be the most underrated players in the top flight. Last year he scored six goals, including strikes against Tottenham, Manchester City and Liverpool, while providing team-mates with seven assists. If he keeps up that form, £6m will be a bargain, especially given his set-piece abilities. 16 Joel Ward (Crystal Palace) – £4.5m – Click right for more top Fantasy Premier League tips – If youre in need of a cheap but half decent defender, our money is with the Eagles versatile full-back. Hes signed a new deal with the club and will be key for them again this season. He could do with scoring or assisting a few more goals but hes consistent and, with additions at Selhurst Park, could improve on the seven clean sheets he got last year. 16 Branislav Ivanovic or John Terry (Chelsea) – £7m – Click right for more top Fantasy Premier League tips – The two highest scoring defenders of the season are, of course, these two Chelsea stars. Both capable of scoring goals as well as keeping them out, popping one in your squad could be worth its weight in gold if youre prepared to stump up the fee. Hector Bellerin (Arsenal) – £5.5m – Click right for more top Fantasy Premier League tips – The Spaniard was a hit for the Gunners as fellow right-backs Mathieu Debuchy and Calum Chambers struggled with injuries. He rewarded Arsene Wengers faith with two goals and an assist, while he played his part in seven clean sheets, more than another tip, Danny Rose, managed in the whole of last season and got 77 points in total. 16 16 16 16 16 16 Harry Kane (Tottenham) – £9.5m – Click right for more top Fantasy Premier League tips – Will it be second season syndrome or superstardom for Kane this season? With Spurs unlikely to displace the fans favourite with a big money signing up top, we reckon the striker is guaranteed goals, although maybe not as many as last year. Hes cheaper than Aguero, Diego Costa, Wayne Rooney and Daniel Sturridge. Well worth a punt as it means you can spend big elsewhere. Ki Sung-yueng (Swansea City) – £5.5m – The South Korean midfield star might have gone a little under the radar last season but he managed to plunder eight goals as the Jacks finished the Premier League campaign in eighth place. Eleven clean sheets and 17 bonus points also boosted his score and he scored more than the likes of Aaron Ramsey, James Milner, Angel di Maria, Willian, Mesut Ozil and Oscar. Click here for a video recap of the top Fantasy League tips Eden Hazard (Chelsea) – £11.5m – Click right for more top Fantasy Premier League tips – Leave him out at your peril. The Belgian maestro isnt cheap but as the Premier Leagues best player in the Premier Leagues best team hes a must have and worth building your team around, especially as he scored the most points (233) last season. We’re just ten days away from the start of the season and the Premier League’s Fantasy Football game will soon be lighting up our lives and causing us to fight with our best mates and our colleagues.More than three million players took part last year as they attempted to prove themselves as the greatest Fantasy Football manager in the world.A sagely place captaincy and a shrewdly played wild card can make all the difference to a season but so can some top quality picks at the start of the campaign.Click the right arrow above to see who we want in our teams… Callum Wilson (Bournemouth) or Troy Deeney (Watford) – £5.5m – Click right for more top Fantasy Premier League tips – If youve decided to shell out the £13m on Manchester City striker Sergio Aguero, there is a chance you may be a little light on funds. If this is the case then you may want to grab one of these two stars. The pair hit 20 and 21 goals respectively as they fired their teams out of the Championship and could chip in with a few on the cheap for your squad from the bench. 16 16 16 16 Alexis Sanchez (Arsenal) – £11m – Click right for more top Fantasy Premier League tips – If youre feeling flush with the £100m you have to spend on your squad, you might also want to consider slotting the Chilean star into your team. He was the third highest scorer last year with 207 points, which isnt too shabby for a debut season. His Copa America win this summer is reason to be concerned as Arsene Wenger could leave him out of their first few games, as he did with his German World Cup winners last season but it will be handy to have him in from the start to avoid unneeded early season reshuffles. Memphis Depay (Manchester United) – £8.5m – Click right for more top Fantasy Premier League tips – Its difficult to say Depay will settle in his first season Man United. He was outstanding last night season at PSV Eindhoven, cutting in off the left-flank and scored 22 goals but Louis van Gaal appears to have him marked down as a central star, whether that be as a stirker or as a No.10 where he has played in pre-season. At £8.5m its worth testing the waters, especially as hes been listed as a midfielder, much like Alexis Sanchez. Danny Rose (Tottenham) – £5.5m – Click right for more top Fantasy Premier League tips – Or, if youre put off by the prices of Ivanovic and Terry, why not try picking up the Spurs left-back for £1.5m cheaper. The English star netted three goals and made four assists while rampaging forward down the flank and could do similar this season with his new found confidence. Victor Wanyama (Southampton) – £4.5m – Click right for more top Fantasy Premier League tips – A regular starter for the Saints, Wanyama could become a key player now Morgan Schneiderlin has moved on to pastures new. He scored three goals for Ronald Koemans side last year but could be the perfect player to guarantee consistent point scoring on the cheap. 16 Kasper Schmeichel (Leicester City) – £4.5m – Click right for more top Fantasy Premier League tips – Alternatively, if you want to spend more money on your outfield players you could opt for a cheaper shot stopper. If so, the Foxes Danish star Schmeichel could be the man for you. He kept six clean sheets last season in just 24 appearances, claiming 83 points, just one less than Tim Howard. 16 16 Petr Cech (Arsenal) or Thibaut Courtois (Chelsea) – £5.5m – Click right for more top Fantasy Premier League tips – Last year they were both fighting it out for the same No.1 shirt but this year they will be playing for rivals. It might have been a blow to Chelsea but its brilliant news for Fantasy Premier League players with one more quality goalkeeper available for selection. Last year Courtois got a huge 121 points in his debut season, mainly thanks to 13 clean sheets. Nathan Redmond (Norwich City) – £5.5m – Click right for more top Fantasy Premier League tips – Named in the European Under-21 Championship team of the tournament this summer, Redmond is an exciting young talent and is likely to be a key player for the Canaries next season. He netted four goals in the Championship last time out and could score more with better players around him this term. Hell nab a few assists too so could be a handy player to have on your bench. Nathaniel Clyne (Liverpool) – £5.5m – Click right for more top Fantasy Premier League tips – As the right-back looks to make an England spot his own, ahead of Euro 2016, he’ll be eager to make an immediate impact at Anfield. Last year, 13 clean sheets and two goals saw him emerge as one of the Fantasy Premier Leagues top scoring defenders. At an, arguably bigger team now, Clyne could do even better this time and is still a decent price. 16