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Spain - Ter Stegen Agrees New Deal; €180m Buyout Clause | opeoluwa | today at 6:09 pm

Barcelona have confirmed that goalkeeper Marc-Andre ter Stegen will extend his contract until 2022.

Ter Stegen, 25, had two years left on his previous deal but had made it clear that he was keen to prolong his stay.

And in a statement issued on Monday, the club said: "FC Barcelona have reached an agreement with the player Marc-Andre ter Stegen to extend and improve his contract until 30 June 2022.

"His buyout clause now stands at €180 million, and his new contract will be signed on Tuesday."

Barca paid €12m to sign ter Stegen from Borussia Monchengladbach in 2014, but it is only this season that he has become the club's outright first choice goalkeeper.

In his first two campaigns he was backup to Claudio Bravo in La Liga, but played in both the Champions League and the Copa del Rey.

This season, following Bravo's move to Manchester City, he has been a regular in both La Liga and the Champions League, making 46 appearances.

Jasper Cillessen, who joined from Ajax to replace Bravo, has played in the Copa del Rey.

Third-choice goalkeeper Jordi Masip is out of contract this summer, but a source has told ESPN FC he will not be offered a new deal pending the final say of Luis Enrique's successor as coach.

Barca are working on a new deal for Lionel Messi, out of contract next summer, with reports in Spain suggest everything is in place for the deal to be signed before the start of next season.€180m
English League - Re: Moses dived because he was tired against Arsenal - Antonio Conte | charleslaw | today at 5:36 pm

Chelsea fans are here complaining because he dive,,,,have you people forgotten that this same MOSES help you people to win the EPL?????NO WONDER ALL CHELSEA FANS ARE PLASTIC........... Up MANCHESTER UNITED
Transfer and Rumours - Re: Inter Milan's Ivan Perisic agrees Manchester United move | Joshking | today at 5:36 pm

Ha this Manchester clubs have started again o buying everybody they see conte please act fast o
Domestic Leagues - Plateau United Extend Lead As MFM Stumble | opeoluwa | today at 4:48 pm

Nigeria Professional Football League leaders Plateau United were the big winners on match-day 21, while champions Enugu Rangers suffered another heavy defeat.

Lobi Stars 3-0 Shooting Stars
Kingsley Eduwo netted a first half brace and created an assist for the third as Lobi Stars secured a convincing 3-0 home win against Shooting Stars. The away team put up a lethargic display in Makurdi, their third successive loss as they struggle in the relegation zone. Eduwo opened the floodgates in the 11th minute, connecting with Ebube Duru's cross to finish with a flying header. He added a second just before the break, before setting up Sunday Akleche late in the match.

FC Ifeanyi Ubah 2-0 Kano Pillars
FC Ifeanyi Ubah extended their unbeaten league run to eight games following the 2-0 win against Pillars, with Godwin Obaje netting in each half to propel the Nnewi-based team up to third place. Obaje, who also scored twice in last week's win against Shooting Stars, finished King Osanga's low cross early on for the opener. His second came just after the restart from the spot, burying his penalty after Alassan Ibrahim handled in the area.

Niger Tornadoes 3-0 MFM FC
MFM FC continued their shaky start to the second round, recording a heavy away defeat in Lokoja against Tornadoes. The Lagos-based team were second going into the game, but ended the day in fourth after two goals from Wakili Abdullahi and another from Wilfred Ammeh.

El-Kanemi Warriors 2-1 Rivers United
El-Kanemi Warriors continued their perfect home form in Maiduguri, earning a narrow 2-1 win against Rivers United. Poster boy Samuel Mathias maintained his impressive scoring rate on his home ground, netting a now customary penalty for his 11th goal of the season. New signing Bala Yahuza doubled Warriors' advantage in the 81st minute following a goalmouth scramble, rendering Onoriode Odah's stoppage-time strike a mere consolation.

Abia Warriors 4-0 Enugu Rangers
Abia Warriors completed a league double over Enugu Rangers, battering the champions 4-0 in Umuahia to move into eighth place on the log. Sunday Adetunji was the hero for the home side, netting a brace, with Anthony Okemmiri and Obi Sampson getting the others as Rangers fell down to 15th place.

Plateau United 1-0 Remo Stars
Hamzat Owolabi netted the lone goal for Plateau United against bottom-placed Remo Stars; a win which further extended the Jos-based team stay at the top. The hosts could have hit double figures but for the profligacy in front of goal, but would ultimately settle for the lone strike that secured another three points.
Transfer and Rumours - Re: Inter Milan's Ivan Perisic agrees Manchester United move | BOMA | today at 3:44 pm

The guy is good, all those stupid wingers we have like Lingard shouldn't even be in our squad, the guy is a good signing, watch out
General soccer news - Re: Departing Chelsea captain John Terry taking week to decide future | emekaofuluchi | today at 3:17 pm

DOGO:U beta go coz this arsenal lose may be the beginning of disaster chelsea will face next season

Just saying

for ur mind
Transfer and Rumours - Re: Man United: Antoine Griezmann will stay at Atletico Madrid | emekaofuluchi | today at 3:03 pm

Emmanuel:Griezmann will surely come dz summer no doubt

go take am nah...
English League - Re: Moses dived because he was tired against Arsenal - Antonio Conte | Youngtom | today at 2:59 pm

Am a chelsea fan but dats not an excuse 4 him to fall to d ground like that
English League - Moses dived because he was tired against Arsenal - Antonio Conte | Emmanuel | today at 2:54 pm

Chelsea gaffer Antonio Conte has defended Nigerian international striker Victor Moses following his red card in the 2017 English FA Cup final against Arsenal on Saturday, May 27, 2017.

The Super Eagles forward was badly criticized for his dive which made Chelsea to finished the tie with 10 men, but his manager Antonio Conte stated that his player is not a cheat.

Conte stated that the 26-year-old Nigerian was tired and had no choice following his move than to fall on the ground.

"Honestly, I did not see the situation. I do not know for sure, but there is a lot of attention on this moment. Sometimes I think it could be tiredness.

"We are at the end of the season and a lot of players are tired and then there is a lot of pressure. For sure, it is not a good situation to dive, it is true.

"But Moses is an honest player and if there was this situation, he was tired and he did not want to cheat the referee."
 Conte explained.