Cavani escaped the penalty from the British Football Federation

According to the latest announcement from the British Football Federation (FA), MU's striker Edinson Cavani did not have to receive any penalty of collision situations with Yerry Mina in the match against Everton. The main reason is because the arbitration confirms that he witnessed the situation and did not think it was a cool bug of the Uruguay player.

Latest Football News on December 29: Cavani escapes the penalty from the British Football Federation
Cavani does not have to receive a penalty of collision with Mina (Photo source: Internet)

Cavani does not have to receive a penalty of collision with Mina

Barcelona welcomes the good news about Dembele

During the press conference in front of the last match in 2020, coach Ronald Koeman reported to the Barcelona fans about Ouspmane Dembele's case. "Dembele's situation is quite good. He practiced normally with the whole team. If nothing unexpectedly, Dembele will be named in the list of competitions". The return of Dembele is very timely time Why Messi is sticking with injury.

Erling Haaland picks out the best 3 midfielder current

In the recent interview, Erling Haaland chose the best 3 midfielder today, which was the opponents that the Norwegian striker felt "hard" in the face. "I think the world's best midfielders in the world are Sergio Ramos, Virgil Van Dijk and Kalidou Koulibaly. All 3 are physically strong, but they are also very wise."

KOVACIC defends Kai Havertz

The German midfielder was playing quite badly in Chelsea's shirt with a "blockbuster" in the last summer transfer. Even so, Meno Kovacic still believed in Leverkusen's former midfielder. According to Kovacic, Kai Havertz is a great talent but takes time to adapt to the harshness of British football.

Arsenal interested in Bendia

He said Arsenal was interested in attacking midfielder Emiliano Bendia playing for Norwich club in Championship. Bendia is one of the few players playing well for Norwich in the season before this club falls out of the Premier League, and he is an expert to lead the leading hits of the tournament. Arsenal plans to pay Bendia at £ 15 million, but Norwich is likely to refuse because they want more.