Madrid, August 13
Barcelona officials headed to France today for talks with Paris Saint-Germain to seal a return to the Spanish club for Brazilian star Neymar, reports said. The club’s director for football, retired French international Eric Abidal, and two other top club officials flew to Paris to meet with their Paris Saint-Germain counterparts, Catalan radio Rac1 and Catalan television TV3 reported.
The deal which the Barcelona officials will propose could include players such as Philippe Coutinho or Ivan Rakitic, it added. — AFP
Argentine World Cup winner Brown dies
Buenos Aires: World Cup winner Jose Luis Brown, who scored Argentina’s opening goal in the 1986 World Cup final against West Germany, has died at the age of 62. Brown, affectionately referred to by his nickname ‘Tata’, spent most of his playing career at Estudiantes, making close to 300 league appearances for the club. Reuters
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