New season excitement kicks off in Europe – TRT Spor


In the opening game of the English Premier League, Crystal Palace will host Arsenal, one of the most ambitious teams of the season, at 22:00 CEST.

Bayern Munich, who have lifted the Bundesliga trophy in the last 10 seasons, will share their trump cards with Eintracht Frankfurt in the first game at 21.30 CET.

The Ligue 1 opening match starts at 22:00 between Olympique Lyonnais and Ajaccio.

Here are the schedules for the first week of the three leagues:

English Premier League:


Tomorrow: Crystal Palace vs Arsenal.

Saturday 6 August: Fulham v Liverpool, Bournemouth v Aston Villa, Leeds United v Wolverhampton, Newcastle United v Nottingham Forest, Tottenham v Southampton, Everton v Chelsea.

Sunday 7 August: Leicester City – Brentford, Manchester United – Brighton, Hove Albion, West Ham United – Manchester City.


Tomorrow: Eintracht Frankfurt vs. Bayern Munich.

Saturday 6 August: Bochum – Mainz, Augsburg – Freiburg, Wolfsburg – Werder Bremen, Union Berlin – Hertha Berlin, Borussia Mönchengladbach – Hoffenheim, Borussia Dortmund – Bayer Leverkusen.

Sunday 7 August: Stuttgart-Leipzig, Cologne-Schalke 04.

League 1:

Tomorrow: Olympique Lyon Ajaccio.

Saturday 6 August: Clermont-PSG, Strasbourg-Monaco.

Sunday 7 August: Toulouse – Nice, Lille – Auxerre, Lens – Brest, Montpellier – Troyes, Angers – Nantes, Rennes – Lorient, Olympique – Marseille – Reims.

City and Liverpool strengthen their offensive line

The European club, which has seen its revenues plummet for a long time due to the COVID-19 epidemic, increased its budget last season by replenishing its stands and signed some of the season’s most important transfers. .

Defending champions of the English Premier League, Manchester City have made a significant contribution to their attacking line by paying Borussia Dortmund €60m for Norwegian star forward Erling Haaland, according to data from German site Transfermakt.

Manchester City have handed English player Calvin Phillips, who plays for Leeds United, a €48.75m transfer fee for the midfield area. Manchester City stepped up in goals and tied Germany’s Stefan Ortega, whose contract with Bielefeld has expired, to his free colours.

One of the championship favorites, Liverpool signed Benfica and Uruguayan striker Darwin Nunez to a €75 million deal, making him the second-biggest transfer fee of the summer transfer season.

In other transfers, Liverpool focused on young players, paying Fulham’s Fabio Carvalho (19) and Aberdeen’s Calvin Ramsay (18) a total of €11m.

Chelsea make up for their shortcomings

Owned by Russian businessman Roman Abramovich for 19 years, Chelsea this summer saw Todd Boley, partner of the Los Angeles Dodgers, one of America’s major league franchises, and Clearlake Capital’s Mark Acquired by a consortium including Walter. and he accelerated the transfer, Hansjoerg Wyss, did not cut.

Having parted ways with key defenders such as Antonio Rudiger and Andreas Christensen, and hired Belgian striker Romelu Lukaku for Inter, the London international gave English Raheem Sterling, one of Manchester City’s key players, a 56.2, He scored 38 over Senegalese defender Kalidou Koulibaly. who played for Napoli. Paid 1 million euros. Young talents such as British Carney Chucuemeca and US goalkeeper Gabriel Slonina were also included in the team.

Tottenham have signed an important transfer as they aim to open the season with top passwords led by Italian manager Antonio Conte. Everton’s Brazilian striker Richarison (€58m), Brighton’s Malian midfielder Yves Bisoma (€29.2m) and Middlesbrough’s English player Jed Spence (€14.7m) are associated with their colors. They have signed Spanish defender Clement Lenglet on loan from Tottenham, Barcelona and Turkey and signed Inter’s Ivan. Perisic for free.

Manchester United’s most notable transfer to the new structure under the management of Dutch coach Eric ten Hag was Argentinean defender Lisandro Martinez, who moved from Ajax for a €57.37 million transfer fee.

United have signed Danish midfielder Christian Eriksen for free and paid PSV Eindhoven’s Dutch full-back Tyrrell Malasia €15m.

Arsenal strengthens squad

Arsenal are one of the most famous teams in the English Premier League summer transfer window.

Arsenal, who paid Manchester City’s Brazilian forward Gabriel Jesus and Ukrainian left-back Oleksandr Zinchenko a total of €87.2 million, have paid Porto’s Fabio Vieira, Sao Paulo’s Marquinhos and US goalkeeper Matt Added thickness to the team with Turner.

Bayern Munich made a radical change to the team

Bundesliga side Bayern Munich, who in recent years have preferred to spend the transfer season in silence, have taken action by changing this strategy.

Bayern’s 11th straight title hunter, Senegalese-born Liverpool star Sadio Mane, Juventus Dutch defender Matisse de Ligt, Ajax midfielder Ryan Gravenberg and Rennes’ young talented French centre-forward Matisse Tell. A total of 137 testimonies were obtained. Out of his box of 5.5 million euros.

The German team that lost one of its most important players with the move of Polish star Robert Lewandowski to Barcelona is the German team.

Dortmund upset by detection of malignancy at Haller

Borussia Dortmund, who filled the vacancy of Haaland’s move to Manchester City with Dutch striker Sebastian Haller from Ajax, were shocked when a malignant testicular cancer was detected in a player at camp in Switzerland before the season. Borussia Dortmund are expected to bolster his offensive line in the absence of Haller, who is likely to undergo chemotherapy to close out the season.

The Dortmund team also tied with German striker Karim Adiemi from Salzburg, German defender Nico Schlotterbeck from Freiburg, national midfielder Salif Ozkan, who played for Cologne, and defender Niklas Sule, who left Bayern Munich. did.

Leipzig’s most notable transfers, another team with a shot at the top of the league, are German left-back David Raum, who joined the team for €26m from Hoffenheim, and Austrian left-back David Raum, who joined the team for $12 from Wolfsburg. It was midfielder Xaver Schlager. million euros.

PSG strengthened their roster

Paris Saint-Germain (PSG) were frontrunners for the championship in what was Ligue 1’s final year, making an important move from the Portuguese league.

After paying €41.5m for Porto midfielder Vitinha and €38m for Sporting Lisbon left-back Nuno Mendes, PSG have signed Leipzig’s French right-back Nordi Mukiere for €12m. The French national team have also hired 20-year-old striker Hugo Ekticke from Stade Reims.

Olympique de Marseille updates squad

Olympique de Marseille, which has entered the squad formation, has signed 10 players. France national team, Spanish goalkeeper Pau Lopez, French midfielder Matteo Guendouzi, Colombian and Polish strikers Luis Suárez and Arkadiusz Milik, French midfielder Jonathan. Klaus has signed 19-year-old defender Isaac Toure, Democratic Republic of the Congo defender Chancel Mbemba, Spanish goalkeeper Par Ben Blanco and Portuguese left-back He Nuno Tavares on loan.

Another high-profile move in the league was to Monaco, who added Liverpool’s Japanese player Takumi Minamino to the mix for a €15 million transfer fee.